Mon, Jan 23, 2012, 1:25am
Ancient Eight scheduling tendencies have recently hurt the Lions in recent competition.
Thu, Dec 29, 2011, 8:03pm
Last week, the New York Times featured a few articles about recruiting athletes in the Ivy League. The first one examines the impact increased financial aid has had on improving the quality of Ivy athletics. The quality of athletes has generally improved, especially among those from middle-income...
Wed, Nov 30, 2011, 9:50pm
Many of its students will join the one percent. Its football team annihilated its rivals in front of over 55,000 in enemy territory. Its basketball team forced Florida State and Central Florida to blush shades of crimson in the process of taking over Atlantis.
Mon, Nov 21, 2011, 7:22pm
The final Saturday of the Ivy League football season was marked by one of the greatest games in recent league history. It took place right here at Baker Field, where the Lions won 35-28 in double overtime. From the champion Crimson's triumphant season to the Lions' wild 1-9 showing to everything...
Fri, Nov 18, 2011, 5:06am
The Lions may not have wins to show for their difficult Ivy season in football or the admirable effort for the basketball team at UConn, but it sure has been an interesting ride.
Fri, Nov 4, 2011, 2:16am
Major League Baseball had one of its greatest months ever. With the introduction of more playoffs, such drama could unfold in the Ivy League as well.
Wed, Oct 26, 2011, 3:42am
After spending some time down south, former Columbia Lion Mike Baxter is back in his home borough—playing for the New York Mets.
Mon, Oct 17, 2011, 2:09am
If you told me on Saturday morning that the Lions would have a second down on the four-yard line, trailing by only three points with under two minutes left in the game—I would’ve said either you’re one of those wide-eyed, overly optimistic freshmen or you know nothing about Ivy League football.
Wed, Oct 5, 2011, 10:15pm
“Boooooooooooo!” That is what greeted a harmless one-out eighth-inning pop-up by Alex Rodriguez at Yankee Stadium on Sunday. Meanwhile, when Derek Jeter struck out in a bigger spot in the next inning, to cap off an 0 for 5 day in which he made a key error, the response was mostly just murmurs.
Wed, Sep 21, 2011, 10:56pm
The Lions may have lost the biggest college football battle in New York City last Saturday, but at least the Light Blue and its fans were able to comfortably head back to 116th and Broadway, while the Rams had to stay put in the dull yet perilous Bronx.