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Whether you are a varsity athlete or just an avid sports fan, Columbia has a proud history of achievement. An original member of the Ivy League, Columbia offers 31 NCAA Division I varsity sports, and 45+ club and 40+ intramural sports. With 15 Ivy League Championships since 2007 and several Olympians and Olympic medalists, Columbia has an exceptional program and tradition for serious players or any athlete or fan with a fierce love of the game.
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The Class of 2017 was comprised of 160 student-athletes, who were responsible for delivering a total of five national championships, 15 team Ivy League Championships, and 22 individual Ancient Eight titles to Columbia Athletics. Additionally, this senior class earned 17 All-America selections.
Columbia University senior student-athletes Devon Roeper ‘17CC and Kesi Neblett‘17SEAS were honored with graduation cords by the Office of Multicultural Affairs on Tuesday. Roeper is a a member of the women’s basketball team, and Neblett, a member of the volleyball team. The OMA Graduation Cords are given to graduating seniors in Columbia College, Columbia Engineering, and School of General Studies who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to inclusion, global diversity, social justice, and multiculturalism through the Office of Multicultural Affairs, campus leadership, community involvement, academic endeavors, activism, and/or personal dedication.
Former Columbia Men’s soocer All-Ivy League honoree and current New York Yankees team physician Christopher Amhad is featured in the la