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Ivy League Weekly Recap: Princeton Reclaims Pole Position

Last Week in the Ivy League: Princeton held serve at home, taking a two-win lead on the league. Yale split, thanks to “the dog and Oni show.” Columbia won on the road in a back-and-forth opener. Penn’s #PathToThePalestra is 0 miles, but it just got a whole lot longer.

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Princeton 66, Yale 58: Tigers Win, Bulldogs Go Down Fighting

The uniforms said “Yale” on the front, but you’ll be forgiven if the players inside them were unrecognizable to the fans at Jadwin Gym Saturday night. The defending champ Bulldogs again came in as possible Ivy League contenders, but did so like a Broadway show whose original cast had moved on to bigger and better […]

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Yale 68, Penn 60: Shooting The Ball Still Important

Penn, as it has done for most of the season, battled hard Friday night against defending Ivy League champion Yale, winning a good majority of the loose balls and making the Bulldogs work for everything they got on the offensive end. The Quakers also went more than 20 minutes without turning the ball over and […]

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Journey to The Palestra Begins

Last Week in the Ivy League: The #PathToThePalestra officially replaced the #14GameTournament. Favored Princeton and Harvard won their openers, but not without a bit of drama. Yale gets its start this week, making the league’s toughest road trip.

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Previewing Conference Play

Last Week in the Ivy League: In the last full week before conference play, the Ancient Eight lost a spontaneous #AEIvyChallenge (which I demand royalties for). Dartmouth continued its turnaround with a wild win. Columbia lost to Miami and Albany, but Nate Hickman became TSA-worker-level famous.

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Here Comes Harvard

Last Week in the Ivy League: Harvard came out of its finals break with a huge road victory. Dartmouth doubled its win total. Yale, Cornell and Princeton all held their own at top-100 teams in one of the league’s best weeks yet.

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Dartmouth 75, Bryant 69: Big Green Shrug Off Early Losses

As of last Sunday, Dartmouth was one of only three Division I teams (there are 351 in all) that hadn’t won a basketball game this season. That’s not exactly the way David McLaughlin wanted to start his Division I coaching career, especially one returning talented sophomore Evan Boudreaux and junior Miles Wright. The lack of […]

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Monmouth 96, Princeton 90

Monmouth defeated Princeton 96-90 last night in a battle of mid-major New Jersey powers. Princeton led by 13 points early in the contest and eight in the second half, but Justin Robinson scored 27 points to power the Hawks to victory. Here’s the video recap.

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Penn’s Big Win, Princeton’s Injury Woes

What Happened Last Week: Penn got its biggest win of the Steve Donahue era. Princeton is down another starter. Dartmouth’s ignominious streak ended. Nearly half the league rested, what with finals and all that annoying stuff.

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Contenders Emerge

Last Week in the Ivy League: Milestones and milestones. Harvard and Yale are on the rise, while Dartmouth is still winless. Princeton lost another big game, and will be without a starter, but at least Mitch Henderson got into the Hawaiian spirit.

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