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Bwog Sports Monday: Lions Squash Colonials

Some cool shit happened this weekend.  Squash squawker Max Rettig serves it up. The 11th-ranked Columbia women’s squash team defeated 14-ranked GW in the season-opener, taking 7 of 9 matches. The victory kept the Lions’ winning streak against GW alive, and it now stands at 3 games. While GW won the first two matches, Columbia […]

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Bwog Sports: Cross Country Crushes It

The Men’s cross-country team, ranked 30th in the nation last week, took the top spot at the Notre Dame Invitational on Friday. The Lions toppled a field of 28 teams in their pursuit and capture of first place. Columbia’s victims in the 5-miler include Colorado State (16), New Mexico (21), host Notre Dame (22), Virginia […]

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Bwog Sports Monday: Turkey Day Travels

Like the NFL figured out years ago, sometimes sports are better on Monday than they are on Sunday, even at the cost of an alliteration. Over the short Thanksgiving break, many Lions skipped out on the tryptophan lull and traveled far and wide to compete. Men’s Basketball headed to San Francisco to play in the […]

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