FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Kevin Degnan – at 6’8” and mostly a post player – had only seven career three-pointers, but there he was on the wing in front of a Fairfield fast break, picking a low pass off his ankles and drilling a three-pointer anyway. As the intimate crowd roared, Degnan gave a clapping Sydney […]
The first half against Wofford didn’t go nearly the way Kyle Smith planned. Columbia opened the game with four straight turnovers and trailed at the break, but the Lions turned things around in the second half and defeated the Terriers 70-59 at Levien Gymnasium on Tuesday night.
What Happened Last Week: Columbia and Yale led most of their games at Northwestern and SMU, respectively, but couldn’t pull off upsets. Several teams forgot how to shoot free throws this weekend. Lehigh never wants to see the Ivy League again after being dominated by the Lions and Bulldogs. Penn improved to 3-0 for the […]
What Happened Last Week: All eight teams began the 2015-16 season, going a combined 6-4. Three of the losses came to major-conference teams and two wins were over D-III opponents, leaving the Ivy League 4-1 against mid-majors. Expected contenders Columbia, Yale and Princeton won their openers, and Penn kicked off the Steve Donahue era with a […]
It was just one scoring play in a game that featured 169 total points, but early in the first half of Columbia’s season-opening, 107-62 win on Friday morning, Grant Mullins broke down Kean’s zone and dumped a pass to Alex Rosenberg on the left block for a layup.
With all eight members of the Ivy League just hours away from tipping off their seasons, it’s time to unveil our Big Apple Buckets preseason awards.
With three days until the start of the new season, let’s break down some national projections for the Ivy League:
Welcome to the preseason, where everyone is healthy, the league is stronger than ever, and all the teams play faster than average.
The All-Metropolitan Men’s Basketball ballots were due yesterday. I’m a big fan of transparency, so for that reason I’m posting my full ballot here.
With the 14-Game Tournament officially wrapped (even though a 15th game is still pending), it’s time for our panel of me, John, and Ray to announce our Ivy League individual awards.
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