Cross-divisional play—and the resultant dominance of the Lou Gehrig Division over the Red Rolfe—wrapped up last weekend.
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While other teams had an evenly-split week of wins and losses, Penn consistently dominated its opposition on a 7-0 run.
With one weekend to go, a Harvard win or Yale loss would give the Crimson the Ivy League's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
With only one weekend to play, Princeton and Penn are tied atop the standings, and Harvard is just a half-game back.
Both Columbia and Harvard were undefeated over the weekend, while Dartmouth and Cornell went winless in league play.
A winless weekend for Harvard allowed Princeton to nab the top spot in the Ivy women's basketball standings.
Both Harvard and Yale were able to sweep their games in a weekend that featured a number of close contests.
Harvard has a half-game edge on Penn and Princeton, having already played 8 Ivy games.
Forward Armani Cotton had a double-double in the Bulldogs' win over Harvard.
Yale and Cornell are no longer in first place, falling to fourth and fifth place respectively.
Aug 18, 3:24pm
The Center for Student Advising announced changes to the policy regarding medical leave and readmission for Columbia College and School of Engineering and Applied Science students in an email earlier... Read More
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