Alex Rosenberg, Grant Mullins Return in Columbia Season Opener

It was just one scoring play in a game that featured 169 total points, but early in the first half of Columbia’s season-opening, 107-62 win on Friday morning, Grant Mullins broke down Kean’s zone and dumped a pass to Alex Rosenberg on the left block for a layup. Continue reading “Alex Rosenberg, Grant Mullins Return in Columbia Season Opener”

Columbia Lions – End of Season Recap

Columbia had a season for the ages in 2013-14. The Lions won 21 games, won two games in the Tournament, and finished in the top half of the Ivy League. It was the first major step in Kyle Smith’s rebuilding of a program that hadn’t won 20 games in a season since 1969-70. Continue reading “Columbia Lions – End of Season Recap”

Why Columbia Is An Ivy League Sleeper

What a difference a season makes.

Just 12 months ago, Columbia was at the doorstep of contention. On the backs of seniors Brian Barbour and Mark Cisco, the Lions entered the season as the Ivy League’s preseason No. 3 selection. They were a “sexy” pick to win in a conference that lacked a dominant preseason favorite. Continue reading “Why Columbia Is An Ivy League Sleeper”

Preview: Columbia vs. LIU Brooklyn

There is no Q&A for tomorrow night’s game because well, LIU (0-4) and Columbia (4-2) are two teams we see a lot here on the site. The Blackbirds are still looking for their first win of the season and return to the Wellness Recreation and Athletics Center (WRAC) is exactly what the doctor ordered. Unfortunately, the opponent could be a little easier. Columbia has some good wins, and some odd losses, but the Lions certainly have the talent to make this game close. It’s a great local game. Here are some things to watch for.

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