The Ivy League scratched out a winning week, going 9-7 with a couple majors and a few high-quality mid-majors on the schedule. Cornell and Harvard led the league with a combined 6-0 mark, while Dartmouth and Yale took down Hartford, and Brown breezed past non-Division I University of the Sciences. The losses to Syracuse (Columbia), […]
It’s been a pretty brutal week for the Ivy League, the 7-12 mark made worse by the relative ease of competition faced during that stretch. Both Princeton and Harvard dropped disappointing games to an Army squad that seemed to benefit from its opponents’ off nights more than its own proficiency. Penn lost a pair of […]
With 17 games in the books during this young season, the Ivy League has fared slightly better than most would have expected, including a 7-4 mark in games against non-BCS competition. The first week had its fair share of highlights, as Cornell topped Alabama and blew past Massachusetts, while Harvard took down pre-season Patriot League […]
The 2009-2010 college basketball season is just a day away. (I know, I was surprised too, what with the 2010 Ivy League championship banner already hanging in Newman Arena.) Apparently, they’re still going to make all eight Ivy teams play out the remaining 28 or so games on their schedule despite the fact that Cornell […]
The final Ivy weekend provided some surprising results and exciting finishes in Philadelphia and Hanover. Tuesday’s regular season finale in Princeton will create a three-way tie either in third or sixth place, but other than that, the only drama remaining involves Selection Sunday, and a possible second postseason invite.