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Columbia's Kaitlyn Davis rises for a right-handed layup on the fast break. There is no defense in sight; the only other player visible is her teammate, Jaida Patrick, trailing the play.

Sights and sounds from a weekend of Ivy League chaos

By Jenn Hatfield / January 9, 2023

Who is the Ivy favorite? Anyone’s guess

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Columbia’s Megan Griffith has Lions on the cusp of an Ivy League title

By The Next / November 3, 2022

Howard and coach Megan Griffith chat all things Lions’ program

Columbia women's basketball poses for a photo in Seville, Spain.

How eight days in the summer set the tone for Columbia’s 2022-23 season

By Jenn Hatfield / September 10, 2022

A trip to Morocco and Spain gave the Lions extra bonding opportunities, three exhibition games and a lot of confidence

After a wacky and historic WNIT win, the Columbia Lions are hunting for more

By Jenn Hatfield / March 26, 2022

Columbia’s rebuild under Megan Griffith came full circle in Thursday’s 17-point comeback against Boston College

‘I love a good rivalry’: How the Ivy League Tournament final foreshadowed even more to come

By Jenn Hatfield / March 13, 2022

Princeton wins again, but much of the league is young and primed to build on tournament experience

Big threes, air guitars and a proper sendoff: Inside the Ivy League Tournament semifinals

By Jenn Hatfield / March 12, 2022

Princeton and Columbia advanced, but Harvard showed ‘what Ivy basketball is all about’

What to watch for in the 2022 Ivy League Tournament

By Jenn Hatfield / March 10, 2022

Two-bid Ivy and Kathy Delaney-Smith’s last stand in play

‘We’re all energy givers’: Inside the culture that makes Columbia an Ivy League contender

By Jenn Hatfield / November 22, 2021

The Lions prepare to challenge the Ivy duopoly