Roar, Lion, Roar!

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.

Men's Basketball Team Wins Second Round in Tournament

Columbia won 69-56 against Eastern Michigan in the Postseason Tournament on Saturday, March 22.

Columbia baseball team wins Ivy League Championship

The team will be making their third NCAA Tournament appearance.

Columbia Men’s Basketball beats Villanova by 18

Victory marks the first time the Lions (3-1) defeated a BIG EAST squad since November 30, 1985, when Columbia beat Seton Hall, 85-65.

Men's Cross Country Earns Top 10 National Ranking

Columbia is ranked first in the Ivy League as the men’s and women’s teams head to the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship.

Women's lacrosse coach, Liz Kittleman discusses the upcoming season (youtube video)

Women’s lacrosse coach, Liz Kittleman discusses the upcoming season

Nadia Eke speaks about her experiences at the Ivy League Track & Field Championships (youtube video)

Nadia Eke at the Ivy League Track & Field Championships


NCAA Division I sports

Fencing coach Michael Aufrichtig discusses fencing at Columbia and coaching at the London Olympics (youtube video)

Inside Columbia Athletics: Fencing and the Olympics




seats in the stadium at Baker Field, home to Columbia's football, baseball, softball, rowing, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and track and field teams