athletics

athletics

Barnard student Anne Cebula `20 won a bronze medal in individual women’s épée (fencing with thrusting sword) at the Dijon Women’s Épée Junior World Cup.

One of the many things students value about their Barnard experience is the opportunity to compete in NCAA Division I Athletics through the Columbia/Barnard Athletic Consortium. Barnard is the only women's college—and one of only a few liberal arts colleges—to offer Division I athletics. This article features Shalon Conley '18, Women's Track & Field.

One of the many things students value about their Barnard experience is the opportunity to compete in NCAA Division 1 Athletics through the Columbia/Barnard Athletic Consortium. Barnard is the only women's college—and one of only a few liberal arts colleges—to offer Division 1 athletics. This article features Adele Bernhard '18, Women's Squash.

Alexis Sablone ’08, pictured in Paris in 2016, is known for skating precarious ledges. (Photograph by Richard Hart)

Marlena Holter, second from right and smiling, skates with the Skyliners Synchronized Skating Team. 

Photograph by Andrew P. Scott

Barnard athletes are inducted into the Columbia University 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame