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  Sports Editor Abby Rubel takes a break from frantically refreshing SSOL to check in with Columbia Athletics. Men’s Tennis: Sophomore Jack Lin and senior William Matheson were seeded first going into the ITA Fall Championships, but they were knocked out of the consolation bracket after losing to Constant De La Bassetiere and Gabriel Nemeth […]

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Like your hopes and dreams of doing all your reading after midterms, fall sports are coming to an end. Sports Editor Abby Rubel is here, as always, to give you the 411. (Do people still say that or have I been rewatching Clueless too much?) Men’s Tennis: Sophomore Jack Lin and senior William Matheson lost their […]

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Bummed about the disgustingly humid weather? Sports Editor Abby Rubel is here to cheer you up with the latest from Columbia Athletics. Women’s Soccer: The Lions (5-5-1, 2-1 Ivy) lost 1-0 against Penn (8-1-1, 2-0-1 Ivy) on Friday. The defeat drops them to fourth in the Ivy League, while Penn is now first thanks to […]

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Sports Editor Abby Rubel has been informed that Venus is in retrograde, which means we should spend time reflecting on relationships, including with Columbia Athletics! To help, here’s what’s going on this weekend. Women’s Soccer: Columbia (5-4-1, 2-0 Ivy) will look to stay on top of the Ivy League on Friday at 4:00 pm at Penn […]

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Who’ll play quarterback this weekend? What’s up with the soccer team? How many Cornell players does it take to change a lightbulb? Sports Editor Abby Rubel only answers one of those questions in this week’s sports preview. Football: The Lions (1-0) will take travel to Georgetown (1-2) on Saturday to take on the Hoyas at […]

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Sports Editor Abby Rubel gives you a preview of fall sports in case you need to impress anyone with your knowledge of Columbia Athletics. Football: Last year, the Lions finally showed us that they’re capable of having a winning record. After decades of disappointment, the Lions went 8-2, tying for second place with Dartmouth and […]

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Many students may come to Columbia for the academics, but this week’s sports recap has us feeling optimistic about the athletics. Men’s Tennis: The tennis team dominated at the Penn Invitational this weekend. The Light Blue swept William and Mary in four doubles matches and eight singles matches. Against Denver, the Lions won all four […]

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Sports Editor Abby Rubel is back with weekly previews and recaps of Columbia Athletics! Men’s Tennis: The Lions will open their season this weekend with a series of matches against William and Mary, Georgetown, Denver, and Middle Tennessee State at the Penn Invitational. The team welcomes back powerhouse players senior Victor Pham, ranked 13th in […]

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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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While you’re enjoying Bacchanal (or shivering your butt off), Columbia’s teams are busy taking on Ivy opponents. Baseball: The Lions (8-18, 4-2 Ivy) head up to Hanover this weekend to take on Dartmouth (5-13, 1-1-1 Ivy) in their first conference roadtrip of the season. Columbia is currently tied with Yale for first place; the Bulldogs […]

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Two separate teams for Columbia hit their highest national rankings in program history in the final days of January. Off of a sweep of Tennessee and Notre Dame, the men’s tennis team jumped up to #16 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association poll. And in other racket sports, men’s squash hit a program high and Ivy […]

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Aspiring sports journalists Ross Chapman and Max Rettig bring you the latest coverage of all things basketball (and other sporting festivities). Preseason Ivy League basketball favorite Harvard fell to Dartmouth yesterday, 61-70. 2013-14 runner-up Yale only barely beat Brown, 69-65. And Columbia found itself in a position to change the Ivy landscape and assert itself […]

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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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Bwog’s sports editor Ross Chapman brings us another weekend sports wrap-up. Volleyball is apparently rocking it this season, and the field hockey team is capable of crushing you under “an unforgiving stick.” Exciting! This weekend marked the beginning of the season for Men’s and Women’s Tennis, who went off to tournaments hosted by Princeton and […]

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