The Lions outscored the Crimson 30–16 in the first two games of their three-game series.
Columbia defeated Princeton in both games of a Saturday doubleheader this weekend.
Columbia’s historic season comes to an end in a heartbreaking loss at home against Seton Hall.
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.
If you’re looking for actual coverage of Saturday’s Columbia vs. Brown women’s basketball game, do not click on this.
The Lions let out a whimper as they fell to the Marist Red Foxes 67-82, leaving them 0-2 for the season.
Extra, extra! Bwog presents an interview with notoriously elusive John Carmmenhaal (CC’22), captain of the CU Sledding Team. This is a transcript fans of transcripts won’t want to miss.
The Lions lose 2-0 to Brown at their first Ivy League home game of the season.
Columbia Football takes home the first win of the season against Marist College, bringing together the CU community and raising school spirit after 18 months.
Jim Gossett, Head Trainer for Columbia Athletics and Associate Director for Sports Medicine, will retire after 42 years of service today.
Earlier today, the Ivy League Council announced that it is canceling all competition for the 2020-21 winter athletic season. Practices will continue to be allowed, provided that they are in compliance with federal, state, local, and institutional COVID-19 policies.
As an increasing number of institutions move to virtual courses for the remainder of the academic year, the Ivy League has decided to shut down all athletic programming for this upcoming spring season.