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Classes are almost over, the strike is (maybe) almost over, and most Columbia teams are finishing up their regular season!  Men’s Tennis: If Columbia (16-4, 5-1 Ivy) wins at Cornell (10-10, 3-3 Ivy) on Saturday at 1 pm, they’ll split the Ivy title with Dartmouth (20-5, 6-1 Ivy). Dartmouth, however, has already clinched the Ivy’s […]

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Champion of the sporting life Ross Chapman went to a softball game and lived to tell the tale, sustained only by fevered visions of you, dear reader. A few squandered offensive opportunities left the Lions low after game one, but a powerful pitching performance by Tessa Kroll helped the Columbia softball team split a cold […]

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This weekend’s athletic pursuits started off October on the right track (no pun intended, it’s not even that sport season, right?). Sportiest Bwogger Ross Chapman brings you this weekend’s victories by golfing queens and field hockey stars; read on for upcoming opportunities to spectate during homecoming month.  While Columbia Athletics lagged a bit this weekend compared […]

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This past weekend saw a sweet line of Lion victories in a variety of sports, but especially in continuing Women’s Soccer’s undefeated streak. Bwog sports editor Ross Chapman sums up this sporty weekend for Columbia, where we established supremacy as the better Ivy League school that is in New York, beings with a C, and whose school […]

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After the basketball team lost last Wednesday, BwogSports became depressed. All good things, like the Lions’ historic season, must come to an end, though. Today, that sadness turns into happiness and hopefulness. As Major League Baseball begins, and Columbia baseball and softball begin Ivy League competition, Max Rettig brings you an update on Columbia’s spring […]

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As “spring” begins and Columbia baseball starts its season, we can look forward to a changing tone in the school’s year. Beyond that basketball continues to own and things are looking good.  Gladly we have maximally effective sports commentator Max Rettig to provide coverage. The Columbia baseball team opened its season in sunny and warm […]

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The men’s heavyweight eight won their fifth race in a row last night, defeating 14th-ranked Yale and Penn for the Blackwell Cup at Orchard Beach Lagoon, N.Y. The Lions won the event with a time of 5:54.0, two seconds ahead of Yale and 13 ahead of Penn. The Varsity Eight has yet to lose this […]

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Baseball: For the second weekend in a row, the baseball team split its weekend Ivy league double-headers. After 13-9 and 8-6 wins over Yale, the team dropped two close games, 9-7 and 12-11, to Brown. A midweek 9-1 thumping of Rutgers, though, put the team back on track heading into four games this weekend against […]

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