What Happened Last Week: The Ivy League got off to a great start: Yale hung with Duke for a half, Penn and Columbia topped solid teams, and Princeton and Harvard beat D-I opponents by D-III scores. But the weekend was brutal for everyone not named Miles Wright.
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 […]
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.
This is a guest post by Ronak Patel. Despite enjoying an impressive freshman season at Princeton University, sophomore point guard Amir Bell is not content.
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.
What Happened Last Week: The biggest Ivy League basketball weekend in quite some time. On Friday, Yale beat Harvard to claim its first Ivy championship in a decade. Saturday afternoon, word leaked that Penn will find a new coach after the season. And that night, Yale’s last-second loss at Dartmouth left the Bulldogs tied with […]
What Happened Last Week: Harvard lost at Cornell, falling back into a tie for first place with Yale at 10-2. The Crimson beat Columbia the following night, while the Bulldogs beat Princeton and Penn despite trailing both in the second half. Dartmouth earned an impressive road sweep of the New York teams.
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