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Posts Tagged with "Jackie Dubrovich"

As we’ve been doing lately, here’s a weekly roundup on what’s been going on around campus on the athletics side. Sports connoisseur Max Rettig reports on the fit half of Columbia below. Foil Plans Columbia sophomore Jackie Dubrovich won a gold medal in women’s foil at the Bratislava Junior World Cup this past Saturday. In […]

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  Someone from Columbia is participating in Super Bowl XLVII tonight! Well, he’s not playing or anything, but Associate Athletic Director of Sports Medicine Jim Gossett with be on the sidelines serving as one of two “spotters,” whose job is to look for head and neck injuries during the game. Pretty big gig for an […]

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