Abbey Hsu

Columbia guard Abbey Hsu holds her follow-through after a shot. Princeton guard Skye Belker turns her back to Hsu to box her out.

Who will win Ivy League Player and Rookie of the Year this season?

By Jenn Hatfield / February 21, 2024

Let’s list the top contenders — and consult the historical record

Columbia guard Abbey Hsu walks onto the court and low-fives her teammates. They each tap one hand against their forehead in a preview of Hsu's pregame handshake.

How Abbey Hsu became Columbia basketball’s all-time leading scorer

By Jenn Hatfield / February 17, 2024

‘Just a great person to break a record’

Near center court, Columbia guards Fliss and Kitty Henderson jump in the air facing each other and bump chests.

For Columbia’s Kitty and Fliss Henderson, sisterhood — and toughness — travels

By Jenn Hatfield / January 25, 2024

‘[She’s] kind of like a piece of home’

Graphic with photo of Princeton's Madison St. Rose (23) celebrating during a game at Jadwin Gym. Text below reads "Setting the Ivy Table." Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. Headshots of guest Jenn Hatfield and host Howard Megdal at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Breaking down Princeton, Columbia and the Ivy League battles ahead

By The Next / December 21, 2023

With so many newcomers on the league’s top teams, who will emerge at the top of the standings in 2024?

Standing at the top of the key, Columbia guard Abbey Hsu yells and points toward teammate Riley Weiss, who is standing outside the 3-point line. The Columbia bench is visible in the foreground, jumping up and down and making the 3-point hand sign.

Columbia’s Riley Weiss is learning from — and scoring with — teammate Abbey Hsu

By Jenn Hatfield / December 5, 2023

Freshman protégée and senior star combined for 39 points, including Hsu’s game-winner, against Villanova

Columbia guard Abbey Hsu is shown in profile, smiling with her hands extended in front of her and her palms up. Guard Perri Page is walking up to her and extending her left arm to complete the high five.

Columbia’s Abbey Hsu sets Ivy League career 3-pointers record

By Jenn Hatfield / November 11, 2023

Hsu has 289 and counting with most of her senior season left to play

Graphic with a photo of Columbia head coach Megan Griffith taking down the net. Text under photo: "Lions keep climbing"

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Coach Megan Griffith, Columbia Lions are poised to reach new heights

By The Next / November 2, 2023

Howard and Megan talk all things Abbey Hsu and the 2023–24 Lions

Princeton guard Kaitlyn Chen shoots a right-handed midrange floater as Harvard forward Elena Rodriguez tries to contest with her right hand. Princeton forward Ellie Mitchell runs toward the basket while looking back at Chen.

2023-24 Ivy League preview

By Jenn Hatfield / October 28, 2023

Stars return leaguewide, and potential breakout players are waiting in the wings

Princeton guard Kaitlyn Chen tries to drive by Harvard's Lola Mullaney with her right hand. The text "Ivy preseason top 3" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Breaking down the preseason top three Ivy League teams

By The Next / October 20, 2023

Lions and Tigers and Crimson, oh my!

Abbey Hsu dribbles the ball across the free-throw line with her right hand as a defender chases on her left side.

From Columbia to Team USA: How Abbey Hsu made the AmeriCup roster

By Jenn Hatfield / June 30, 2023

A summer of red, white and Hsu