Friday, May 02, 2008

Big Weekend


Senior Co-Captain Henry Perkins (CREDIT: Columbia Athletics/Mike McLaughlin)


The Columbia baseball team heads to Hanover to play Dartmouth for the Ivy League title tomorrow and their is a fan bus available!


Columbia Athletics is sponsoring a spectator bus for fans to support the Lions at the Ivy League Baseball Championship at Dartmouth, Saturday, May 3. The bus will depart for Hanover, N.H. from Broadway/116th Street at 7 a.m. and return immediately following the second game of the doubleheader. Seating is limited and roundtrip bus tickets will cost $30 for alumni, faculty/staff and fans, $20 for students. There is no admission charge for the games. Bus tickets can be purchased at the Dodge Fitness Center during normal business hours. For more information, contact lionstickets@columbia.edu or 888-LIONS-11. Registration will conclude when all seats on the bus are sold or at 5 p.m. on Friday.

Also, you can see the game on the web if you sign up for the Side Lion Pass, (why haven't you already?).

A baseball title this year would be a nice boost for the overall athletic program.

Let's go Lions!

4 Comments:

At Sat May 03, 08:20:00 AM GMT+7, Blogger RLB said...

from the AD: Free web streaming and live audio will be available to fans, beginning one hour before the game. Live stats will also be available for each game.

 
At Sun May 04, 12:28:00 AM GMT+7, Blogger RLB said...

Baseball play-off games postponed until next week because of weather.

 
At Sun May 04, 10:50:00 AM GMT+7, Blogger Ryan said...

Hopefully Baumann and friends can pull this one out.

 
At Sun May 04, 11:52:00 PM GMT+7, Blogger Alex said...

Perhaps this might just help us - if it is during the weekday, possibly hard working Ivy league students won't go to the game... I assume both teams will get in extra practice time, so let's hope that Purdy, Baumann and Cooper et al, can get it done.

on another topic, anyone know if the Voy Ivy league sports blog is down for good? seems like about 2 days at least it has ceased to exist.

AP Lion Fan

 

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