Ivy League Weekly Roundup: The Weirdest Season

This is the weirdest Ivy League season I can remember. Continue reading “Ivy League Weekly Roundup: The Weirdest Season”

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Cambridge Time

Inside this week: The five-week sprint of full back-to-backs gets off to a rocking start; Desmond Cambridge becomes the Ivy League’s next must-see player; and the injury outlook gets worse for two star point guards. Continue reading “Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Cambridge Time”

Columbia Tops Harvard in Manhattan Once Again

Harvard entered Friday night unbeaten in Ivy League play and coming off three straight away wins. Its road momentum continued early on, as the Crimson built a 15-point lead midway through the first half. But an offensive barrage from Columbia, plus a few key stops, completed a comeback that left the Lions with an 83-76 victory. Continue reading “Columbia Tops Harvard in Manhattan Once Again”

Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Contenders Separate

Inside this week: Harvard stays perfect, though not without trouble. The other Ivy contenders struggle to get separation, with Yale, Brown and Columbia each taking losses. And the women’s race heats up, with Harvard pulling ahead and Brown falling into trouble. Continue reading “Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Contenders Separate”

Harvard Wins In OT, But Can Crimson Get Offense Going?

Even with Bryce Aiken out injured, the Harvard basketball team is chock-full of recruits that the Ivy League likely wouldn’t have gotten a decade ago. Tommy Amaker has raised the bar, and went to where no Crimson team had gone before, four straight NCAA Tournament appearances and two NCAA victories (and a near Sweet 16 visit).

In many ways, Amaker and Harvard have dragged other Ivy League competitors, particularly Yale and Princeton, with them (Yale also grabbed an NCAA Tournament victory, while the Tigers lost by two to Notre Dame last season).

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