Columbia College's Mike Mazzulo has capped of an impressive career, and is currently practicing with the New York Red Bulls. Although a spot on the team is certainly not guaranteed, it is a step in the right direction.
In Spectator, as in all other pursuits, moderation and maintaining perspective is important.
Mangurian's NFL experience may not help him turn around ailing CU program.
With seven seniors graduating this spring, the soccer team looks for players to fill vacant roles, especially in the defensive midfield.
Columbia athletics was patient with coach Willy Wood, and after delivering a title with the cross-country team in 2003, he delivered again, nine years later, with women's track.
The Columbia baseball season starts next Thursday against The Citadel. Check out our 2012 baseball supplement to see where the Light Blue stands.
Last season, the entire league had to deal with a change to the bats used.
In preparation for regionals, the Columbia fencing team is traveling downtown to compete in the US Fencing Championships at NYU.
With Light Blue fencers representing their countries at national tournaments and Olympic trials, they often have to sacrifice competing in the Ivy League Championships.
The Light Blue is the good guy of Morningside Heights, and the Crimson may well be our bad guy.
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