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Athletics: Fall Break Edition

Stuck on campus this fall break? Take this weekend as an opportunity to actually learn the words to the Fight Song and flaunt those vocal pipes at any of the following athletic events on this list compiled by none other than Sports Editor Eunice Bae.

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Knickerbocker Recap: Sports Still Happen Even When Its Bacchanal Edition

The grind never stops for student-athletes at Columbia…even on Bacchanal weekend. Catch up on all the sports news you missed while you were too busy getting your cardio in by hiking to and from overcrowded pregames and sweating your heart out on the lawn. 

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The Hidden “Saturday Advantage” Of Ivy Basketball: A Study On Courts And Dates

Home Court Advantage has become an ever more contentious topic for the Ivy League since 2016’s announcement of an Ivy League Basketball Tournament. The men’s and women’s tournaments, which take place at Penn’s Palestra, give a marked advantage to Penn teams as compared to competitions on a neutral court or competitions on another Ivy court. […]

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Changing The Culture: Camille Zimmerman And Her Impact On Columbia Basketball

With the Columbia Women’s Basketball team tied with Cornell at the bottom of the league with 2-10 conference record, the team will certainly be playing their final games of the season at Levien this weekend, and seniors Camille Zimmerman, Paige Tippet, and Jillian Borreson their final games of their Columbia careers. As such, Bwogger Isabel Sepúlveda […]

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What Happened In Columbia Sports

America’s win in curling not exciting enough for you? Maybe this weekend’s Columbia games will do it for you! Men’s Swimming and Diving: Columbia finished the Ivy League Championships strong, coming in fourth with 1,107.5 points—523 points behind first-place Harvard and a mere 75 points ahead of Penn. First-year Jonathan Suckow won all the diving […]

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What’s Happening In Columbia Sports

Tired of all the basketball hype? Check out what some of the lesser-known sports have going on this weekend! (Ok, baseball is one of the major sports, but almost no one goes to games, so it counts.) Men’s Swimming and Diving: The Ivy League Championships started on Wednesday at Princeton and will continue through Sunday. […]

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What Happened In Columbia Sports

Maybe you spent all weekend writing a 10-page paper, maybe you spent it sleeping. Either way, you missed an exciting few days for Columbia Athletics. No worries though, Sports Editor Abby Rubel is here to update you on what you missed. Women’s squash: The Lions’ slim hopes of a national championship were dashed on Friday […]

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What’s Happening In Columbia Sports

You may not understand sports, but Bwog thankfully has someone who can. Sports Editor Abby Rubel is here with the DL on Columbia Athletics.  Women’s squash: Women’s squash, currently ranked sixth nationally, will head to Harvard on Friday for Nationals (officially “The Howe Cup”). The Lions will face third-ranked Trinity first at 1:30 pm, which […]

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What’s Happening In Columbia Sports

Sports Editor Abby Rubel brings you the athletics events to keep your eye on this weekend. Women’s Basketball: The Lions will take on Yale on Friday and Brown on Saturday. Both games will be held in Levien at 7:00 pm—Columbia’s first home games since losing to Cornell at the beginning of the Ivy season. Senior […]

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What Happened In Columbia Sports

Sports Editor Abby Rubel brings you up-to-date on Columbia Athletics, just in case you slept through the whole weekend after staying up way late on Friday. Archery: Results have yet to be announced. Men’s Tennis: Despite missing their star player, Jackie Tang, the men’s tennis team defeated Vanderbilt 4-3, including three straight victories in singles. […]

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What’s Happening In Columbia Sports

Sports Editor Abby Rubel brings you the athletics events to keep your eye on this weekend. Archery: Archery’s first tournament of the season is this Saturday in New Jersey at the Eastern Seaboard Championship. Last year, the team took first place nationally in both recurve and compound bow competitions. And only two players graduated, so […]

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#TBT To When Columbia Basketball Won The Ivy League

In case you missed the men’s basketball twitter’s excessive updates, Columbia Athletics will be honoring the 50th anniversary of the 1967-68 team at the game against Dartmouth on Friday. This team, one of the best in Columbia history, finished first in the Ivy League and made to the Sweet Sixteen. Sports Editor Abby Rubel reminds […]

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What Happened In Columbia Sports

Too busy being drunk and then too busy nursing your hangover to keep up with Columbia’s sports teams? Sports Editor Abby Rubel has you covered. Track and Field: The Columbia track teams performed poorly overall in the Columbia Challenge, with the men’s team placing 13th in a field of 16 and the women placing 14th […]

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