Broadcaster and sportswriter Dick Schaap was interviewed at halftime of a Columbia basketball game.
Discussion on the NBA, NFL lockout, paying college athletes and more on sports head Tom Di Benedetto's final Firing Lion. Hosted by Tom with panel: Gigi Clark, Lucas Shaw, Sam Tydings, Nick Bloom, Ryan Young and Raahi Sheth.
Columbia baseball wins its first Ivy Title in five years, dramatically sweeping Dartmouth in the Ivy League Championship Series to earn a spot in the NCAA tournament. Announcer: Sam Tydings.
Highlights (mosty low-lights) from Columbia football's winless 2013 season.
Recap of Columbia men's basketball's 1978-1979 season. Hosted by Gary Cohen.
Interviews from April 25, 1968 with Yankees centerfielder Joe Pepitone (0:00), manager Ralph Houk (0:38), and firstbaseman Mickey Mantle (8:40).
Includes interview with Ivy League Executive Director, Robin Harris; look back in to WKCR archives; brief Columbia update. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelist Kristyn Brundidge.
Audio from the final half-inning of the 2014 ILCS as Columbia baseball clinches the Ivy League Title. Announcer: Ryan Young.
Highlights of Columbia baseball clinching a spot in the 2014 Ivy League Championship Series and then sweeping Dartmouth to win the Ivy League. Announcer: Ryan Young.
Hosted by Ryan Young with panelist Kristyn Brundidge.
Columbia opened its 2011-2012 season at defending champion UConn on 11/11/11. Announcer Sam Tydings was particularly fond of the Huskies' Jeremy Lamb.
Highlights of Columbia football's wild double-overtime win over Brown in the final game of the 2011 season, avoiding a winless season. Also known as #WinOrGoWinless Saturday. Announcers: Sam Tydings, Nick Bloom, Ryan Young.
Commentary on Pete Mangurian's remarks during this week's Ivy League Football conference call and some MLB discussion following the trading deadline. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Yale Reisman and Charlie Wojcik.
Final 10 minutes plus postgame audio from Columbia men's basketball's victory in the 1967-1968 one-game playoff over Princeton to win its only Ivy League Title. March 5, 1968 from Alumni Hall in Queens. Announcers: Bob Kahan and Jay Levine.
Discussion on MLB; going around the league on the night before the Trading Deadline. (Begins at 6:00.) Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Yale Reisman and Dan Radov.
Discussion on Columbia baseball recuits/alumni, World Cup finals, NBA, and MLB. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelist Yale Reisman.
Interview with former Columbia baseball star Dario Pizzano and discussion on the World Cup. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelist Dan Radov.
Author Jonathan Eig joined us on the Firing Lion to talk about Lou Gehrig, two days before the 75th anniversary of his farewell speech.
Includes interview with author Jonathan Eig on Lou Gehrig and the 75th anniversary of his speech and a discussion on the World Cup along with other sports topics. Hosted by Ryan Young with panelists Yale Reisman, Mollie Galchus and Kristyn Brundidge.
Recap and analysis of the last three weeks in Columbia and professional sports, with the second half of the show focused on the World Cup. Panel: Ryan Young, Yale Reisman, Dan Radov.
Eric Sorenson (@Stitch_Head) of CollegeBaseballToday.com and ESPN joined Ryan Young on the Firing Lion to discuss Columbia and college baseball as well as preview the upcoming NCAA Baseball tournament.
We spoke to baseball coach Brett Boretti and senior ace David Speer following Columbia's 4-0 win at Penn in the one-game playoff for the Lou Gehrig Division.
Interviews with baseball head coach Brett Boretti and senior captain catcher Mike Fischer following Columbia's weekend split with Penn, setting up a one-game playoff.
Extended recap of Columbia baseball's weekend sweep of Princeton, featuring highlights and interviews. April 12-13, 2014.
Columbia softball beat Princeton on a walk-off squeeze play during our baseball broadcast in 2012.
WKCR Sports sits down with Kyle Smith before the Lions' game against Eastern Michigan University.
Featuring updates on Columbia athletics and a discussion on Columbia men's basketball team's season and the meaning of its upcoming postseason appearance.