Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Block Party

Last Week in the Ivy League: Princeton fell to a disappointing 0-2. Brian Earl earned his first win as head coach, while Dave McLaughlin is still waiting. Penn got a name change. Yale pulled off the weekend’s biggest upset, though not in basketball. Continue reading “Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Block Party”

Ivy League Weekly Roundup: The Injury Monster Strikes Again

What Happened Last Week: Games started, but not before a season-changing injury. Yale upset another pack of Huskies despite missing two top players. Princeton fell short at BYU, and Harvard lost to Stanford on the other side of the world. Penn and Columbia looked like playoff contenders. Continue reading “Ivy League Weekly Roundup: The Injury Monster Strikes Again”

Ivy League Weekly Roundup: A Two-Team Race

What Happened Last Week: Makai Mason and Yale avoided Dartmouth déjà vu, finishing a perfect home regular season. Princeton did the same, essentially ending Columbia’s title hopes. The Bulldogs and Tigers now prepare for long road trips with their seasons on the line. Continue reading “Ivy League Weekly Roundup: A Two-Team Race”

Ivy League Midseason Breakdown

We’re at the halfway point of Ivy League play, with each team having played seven or eight games. The conference has sorted itself nicely: Yale, Princeton and Columbia are undefeated against the other five — who are all bunched at 2-3 wins — and the Bulldogs have the inside track to the championship. How did each team get there? Find out below. Continue reading “Ivy League Midseason Breakdown”

Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Princeton’s Comeback Shakes Up Race

What Happened Last Week: Just when we thought Columbia-ing was a thing of the past, Columbia Columbia’d in epic fashion. Yale and Princeton got road sweeps heading into Friday’s showdown. (Stay tuned for an Ivy League midseason mega-report later this week.) Continue reading “Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Princeton’s Comeback Shakes Up Race”