Tag Archives: Two-Bid Ivy

Should Ivy League basketball have a conference tournament?

It’s the eternal topic of Ancient Eight debate: Should the Ivy League, like every other Division-I conference, have a postseason tournament to decide its automatic NCAA bid? The pros and cons of small-conference tournaments have become a national conversation this … Continue reading

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Three Pointer: Without Saunders, Harvard loses at UConn

If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Monday’s research on biases in shot-selection data. Today, a Three Pointer (and one) from Harvard’s 61-56 loss at Connecticut: 1. Harvard’s non-conference fate is sealed. Right now, Harvard is 13-2, one … Continue reading

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A two-bid Ivy League?

Before the season, several Ivy League teams were battling for the title of Harvard’s top challenger. But one month in, there’s no longer any debate as to who is the league’s #2 team: After an overtime victory over Penn State … Continue reading

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