Columbia

Columbia guards Cecelia Collins and Abbey Hsu celebrate on the court, facing their cheering fans in the stands.

What Columbia’s win over Princeton showed about the Lions’ team and program

By Jenn Hatfield / February 25, 2024

Despite losing seven seniors, Columbia is tied for first place again in the Ivy League

Conference title check-ins: Why Stanford’s collapse against Arizona could threaten its March Madness seeding

By Em Adler / February 25, 2024

Projecting the regular season conference winner across high- and mid-majors

Side by side photo of Ivy League players overlayed on the Locked on WBB format that reads "Ivy League Update"

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Who is making a splash in the Ivy League?

By The Next / February 23, 2024

Ivy League beat reporter Jenn Hatfield talks Princeton-Columbia rematch, regular-season awards

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’

Harvard guard Lola Mullaney stands on the perimeter near the Columbia bench and pulls the ball behind her head with both hands to pass toward the center of the court. Columbia guard Abbey Hsu stands on the 3-point line with her hands out to pressure Mullaney.

Six storylines to watch in Ivy League play

By Jenn Hatfield / January 3, 2024

Freshman point guards, Princeton’s defense, a crucial injury and more

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?

Princeton sophomore guard Madison St. Rose in a black princeton jersey with orange lettering and numbers faces up towards the camera with the ball against a Villanova defender in a white jersey, perpendicular to the camera.

Introducing to women’s college basketball: The Knife Kid

By Em Adler / December 17, 2023

Bringing the concept of a Knife Kid, the dangerous and mercurial teams that are never lacking in chaos, to the world of women’s basketball

Three side-by-side photos of Penn's Floor Toonders, Columbia's Cecelia Collins and Harvard's Mona Zarić attempting shots. Toonders and Collins are shown from straight on, Toonders about to shoot and Collins holding her follow-through, while Zarić is shown in profile attempting a layup.

‘A third level of recruiting’: How transfers are impacting the Ivy League

By Jenn Hatfield / December 15, 2023

Most transfers into the Ivy League since 2012-13 have come from power conferences