NEW YORK -- Harvard's status as the lone unbeaten team in Ivy League play lasted less than 24 hours. The Crimson fell 78-63 to Columbia on Sunday in a game rescheduled from Saturday night because of the storm that hit the Northeast.
Princeton's loss Saturday night to Yale gave the Crimson (13-7, 5-1) an edge in the standings, but they couldn't contain Frankoski in the first half as Columbia took a 38-34 lead.
Lo had three baskets and two assists as the Lions increased their lead to 48-38 in the opening 3:04 of the second half.
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