The beauty of the Ivy League 14-game tournament is that every game matters, there is no getting them back in March when it matters or hoping to peak at the right time as the season winds down. Continue reading “Columbia Puts Dent In Yale’s Ivy Hopes, Sweeps Weekend”
Harvard point guard Siyani Chambers is best known for his clutch shots. There was the short floater to beat Boston University in just his seventh college game. There was the layup against Dartmouth later that year to cap a 10-point comeback and force overtime, and the last-minute three-point play against Columbia to take the lead for good. And last year, his pull-up jumper was a dagger to Cincinnati in the NCAA tournament. Continue reading “Another Siyani Chambers Game-Winner Leads Harvard Over Columbia”
Saturday night was a different kind of night for Columbia. For the second straight week, the Lions exorcised the demons of a Friday night loss by putting on a spectacular shooting show in an 83-56 victory over Penn. Continue reading “Hot Shooting Columbia Blows Out Penn, 83-56”
In the end Columbia just let Loyola (MD) hang on for one play too long. Continue reading “Loyola (MD) Wins Last-Second Thriller At Columbia”
After a last-second loss to Stony Brook to start the season Columbia welcomed Wagner to Levien Gymnasium on Tuesday night. The Lions were still without a number of key players due to injury and went almost 10.5 minutes in the second half without a field goal, but managed to pull out a 14-point victory over an inexperienced Wagner squad. Continue reading “Three Thoughts: Columbia 70, Wagner 56”
Columbia’s entire season changed on Monday night when Noruwa Agho went down for the season with a left knee injury. Agho was highly integrated into Kyle Smith’s offensive attack, and without him there will definitely need to be adjustments.
Columbia was in a tough, one-point game against Furman with 6:19 remaining when the team’s season flashed before the Lions’ eyes as preseason All-Ivy League selection Noruwa Agho went down to the ground clutching his left knee.