The Yale Bulldogs (15-11, 5-6) hit the road to take on the Columbia Lions (8-16, 4-7) in an Ivy League women's basketball matchup Saturday at 5:00 PM ET at Levien Gymnasium.
Yale fell to Cornell 66-56 on the road and Columbia defeated Brown 93-62 at home.
Roxy Barahman leads the Bulldogs in scoring, putting up 19.2 points per game. The junior guard also pulls down 6.5 rebounds per game and dishes out 3.7 assists.
Forward Camilla Emsbo chips in 10.9 points and eight rebounds per game and adds a team-high 1.8 blocked shots per contest.
Yale's defense has yielded just 61 points per game this season, with opponents shooting 36.3 percent from the field.
Columbia freshmen Sienna Durr leads the Lions in scoring at 14.9 points per game. Guards Janiya Clemmons (12.8) and Riley Casey (12.5) also put up double figures in points.
Durr leads Columbia in rebounding (6.2) while Casey leads the perimeter attack with 60 made three-point field goals this season.
The two schools met at Payne Whitney Gymnasium February 15 with Yale emerging victorious 69-61. Barahman scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the win and the Bulldogs outrebounded the Lions 45-36.
Casey scored 23 points and Clemmons posted 21 points and 12 rebounds in the loss.
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