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A Weekend Of Squash

A complete squash illiterate thinks they know everything about squash.

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Senior Staff Writer Frankie DeGiorgio attended this weekend’s Columbia Women’s soccer game versus Yale and reconnected with her past life as a soccer player.

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Enjoy last week’s highlights and see upcoming competitions for the week of October 2.

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Last week’s highlights and upcoming competitions for the week of September 25.

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Guest Writer Eva Wuerth recounts The Columbia Lion’s continued winning streak with a 5-0 triumph against the New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Highlanders last Wednesday night. 

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Elon Musk’s ‘Starship’ preparing to launch, exciting sports news, and more in this edition of Bwoglines.

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The Lions faced a tough challenge when SEC opponent Vanderbilt came to town. The Commodores pulled away in the fourth quarter to top Columbia 74–63.

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The Lions outscored the Crimson 30–16 in the first two games of their three-game series. 

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Columbia defeated Princeton in both games of a Saturday doubleheader this weekend.

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Columbia’s historic season comes to an end in a heartbreaking loss at home against Seton Hall.

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After splitting a doubleheader Saturday, Columbia looked to pick up the victory against Penn on Sunday to win the first series of their Ivy League campaign. They lost 13–7.

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If you’re looking for actual coverage of Saturday’s Columbia vs. Brown women’s basketball game, do not click on this.

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