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After being on pause for about a year due to the pandemic, sports are back in the form of phased activity with athletes training on campus hopeful for the upcoming academic year.

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Another school year, another season of Columbia Athletics.  Max Rettig brings you the week’s highlight: The Lady Lions beat Fordham yesterday in the Columbia Invitational’s second day by a score of 3-1. Moye-McLaren put up a double-double (kills and digs, not points and rebounds). Three frosh-girls also pitched in for the Lion victory, with Jennifer […]

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This past week was marked by highs and lows for Columbia Athletics. Men’s basketball suffered a crushing loss to Princeton on Friday night only to come back and slap Penn 58-41 the next day with notable performances by Grant Mullins, Brian Barbour, and Mark Cisco. Wrestling lost a heartbreaker match to Harvard and similarly came […]

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The Lions stepped up their game this weekend and hit some major milestones in the season: a seventh consecutive win, a first Ivy League victory, a spot in the ECAC finals, and more. Men’s Swimming & Diving took down Princeton in the final home meet of the season for their seventh straight win as they […]

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