Shon, Han Led Ivy Contingent at U.S. Women's Amateur
Princeton’s Kelly Shon and Penn’s Isabel Han [pic.] advanced to mach play at the 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship at the par-72 Charlotte Country Club.

Shon, Han Lead Ivy Contingent at U.S. Women's Amateur
Princeton’s Kelly Shon and Penn’s Isabel Han [pic.] advanced to mach play at the 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship at the par-72 Charlotte Country Club.

2010 Ivy Football Media Day Central
The Ivy League officially kicked off the 2010 football season on Tuesday, August 10, highlighted by its media day teleconference featuring all eight head coaches and the unveiling of the media’s preseason picks for the Ivy title.

2010 Ivy Football Media Day Teleconference
The Ivy League kicks off the 2010 season with its annual football media day teleconference, featuring all eight Ivy head coaches.

Harvard Selected 2010 Ivy Football Preseason Favorite
Harvard was selected the favorite in the annual Ivy League Football Preseason Media Poll to win the 2010 Ivy title for the fourth time in five years. The Crimson's quest for another Ivy title will be led by preseason All-America pick Collin Zych [pic.].

Ivy Football on SIRIUS for Sixth Season in 2010
The Ivy League will once again be featured on SIRIUS Satellite Radio for the 2010 season with Game of the Week broadcasts for football and men's basketball. This will mark the sixth year Ivy action from the gridiron and the hardwood will be featured on SIRIUS.

NFF to Co-Host Asa S. Bushnell Cup Presentation
The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) and the Ivy League announced today that the organizations will co-host the 2010 presentation of the Asa S. Bushnell Cup, which honors the Ivy League Football Player of Year, in New York City as part of the festivities surrounding the 53rd NFF Annual Awards Dinner.

Eight Men's Hoops Ivies Named To NABC Honors Court
Eight Ivy League men’s basketball players were named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court, recognizing those collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the 2009-10 season.

Sheehy to Lead Dartmouth Athletics
Harry Sheehy, a highly regarded administrator and former coach who has led Williams College to 17 Division III national team championships during his 10-year tenure, has been named Dartmouth's Director of Athletics and Recreation, effective September 7, 2010.

Four Players with Ivy Ties Named to WLAX National Team
The Ivy League will once again be represented on the U.S. National Team in women’s lacrosse as current Brown star Paris Waterman, former Dartmouth standouts Colleen Olsen and Devon Wills and Yale assistant coach Jillian Byers have been named to the 36-member team.

Colleran, Finney Join Ivy League Staff
Dan Colleran and Sarah Finney have been named Assistant Directors for Communications and Championships at the Ivy League Office, beginning August 2, 2010, Robin Harris, Executive Director of the Council of Ivy Group Presidents, announced today.

53 Ivy Trackers Named USTFCCCA All-Academic
The Ivy League boasted 53 student-athletes named to the 2010 Division I Men’s and Women’s All-Academic Track & Field teams announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Joakim Flygh Named Yale Women's Ice Hockey Coach
Joakim Flygh, who has been to the NCAA Tournament in five of the last six seasons as an assistant coach at Harvard and Minnesota-Duluth, has been named Yale's head women's ice hockey coach.

Ivies Help USA Claim Gold at 2010 FIL Championship
Five players with Ivy League ties helped the U.S. men’s lacrosse national team claim gold at the 2010 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England.

Princeton's McCulloough Wins Gold at IAAF World Juniors
Princeton freshman Conor McCullough won gold and set the championship record in the men's hammer throw, becoming Team USA's first individual gold medalist at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, N.B.

Preseason Honors Pour in for Ivy Football
The 2010 preseason accolades for Ivy League football have been pouring over the past few weeks as five Ivy players have received All-America honors so far.

The Battle Continues
Yale women's hockey player Mandi Schwartz, her parents Carol and Rick, and her fiancée Kaylem Prefontaine have been in Seattle since last week in preparation for a cord blood transplant on August 26 to treat her leukemia. The procedure will take place at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, which partners with Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Harvard's Lin Signs NBA Contract with the Warriors
Former Harvard guard and three-time All-Ivy League honoree Jeremy Lin ’10 has signed a multiple-year professional contract with the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association.

Two Ivies Named Arthur Ashe Scholar Award Finalists
Dartmouth's Margaret Smith and Princeton's Aundeah Kearney were named top 10 finalists for the 2010 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award.

Cornell Women's Hoops Named to WBCA Academic Top 25
For the second straight season, the Big Red women’s basketball team has been named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll.

Cutler Tapped as Women's Golf Coach at Princeton
Nicki Cutler, previously an assistant women's golf coach at Vanderbilt University, has been named as Princeton University's head coach of women's golf, Director of Athletics Gary Walters has announced.

Ford-Centonze Takes Over Dartmouth Women’s XC
Dartmouth head women’s track and field coach Sandy Ford-Centonze returns as the head coach for its women’s cross country program this fall, in addition to her duties that she has had for the last 18 years.

Former Penn Standout Running the Point for the Lakers
Former Penn standout Ibrahim Jaaber, the 2006 and 2007 Ivy League Men's Basketball Player of the Year, is trying to make his NBA dreams become reality, handling the point guard duties for the Los Angeles Lakers' summer league team.

Eiter to Coach Team USA in FILA World Jr. Championships
Penn wrestling head coach Rob Eiter will be adding another color to his wardrobe later this month, trading in his allegiance to the Red and Blue while leading Team USA in the 2010 FILA World Junior Championships in Budapest, Hungary from July 20-25.

Nixon to Participate in NCAA Mock Bracketing Exercise
Columbia head women’s basketball coach Paul Nixon will be one of 19 Division I head coaches and two Women’s Basketball Coaches Association administrators to participate in a “mock” selection exercise hosted by the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee and members of the NCAA staff July 16-17 in Indianapolis.

Harvard Hires Wojcik to Lead Men's Lacrosse Program
Former Harvard two-sport captain Chris Wojcik has been named the Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Lacrosse, announced by Bob Scalise, the Nichols Family Director of Athletics.

Two Ivy Golfers Named GCAA All-America Scholars
Columbia's Clark Granum and Penn's Chance Pipitone have been recognized as two of 119 NCAA Division I players across the country as Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars for the 2009-10 season by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).

Junot Named Harvard Men's Soccer Head Coach
Carl Junot has been named the Virginia B. and James O. Welch ’52 Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Soccer, Bob Scalise, the Nichols Family Director of Athletics, announced Thursday afternoon.

Harvard Heavyweight Crew Captures Henley Ladies’ Plate
The Harvard heavyweight varsity eight edged Oxford Brookes University and Oxford University by one-third of a length Sunday on the Thames River to capture the Ladies’ Challenge Plate at the 2010 Henley Royal Regatta.

Harvard Heavyweight Eight to Row for Henley Title
Harvard's heavyweight varsity eight won for the second straight day to advance to the Ladies’ Challenge Plate final at the 161st Henley Royal Regatta.

Ivy Crews Compete at 161st Henley Royal Regatta
Ivy League crews opened the 161st Henley Royal Regatta with Harvard carrying the banner for the Ancient Eight with its varsity four and heavyweight freshman eight each winning their first two races.

Former Harvard Hoops Standouts Get NBA Chance
Two former Harvard standouts will get their chances at their NBA dreams as Brian Cusworth [pic.] has signed to play with the New Orleans Hornets for their NBA Summer League team while Jeremy Lin has signed to play with the Dallas Mavericks' summer league team after an impressive showing at their mini-camp.

Cornell's Wittman to Play for Celtics Summer League Team
Cornell's Ryan Wittman, the 2009-10 Ivy League Player of the Year, has been signed by the Boston Celtics to suit up for their Summer League team when the squad plays in the AirTran Airways Pro Summer League in Orlando, Fla.

Dartmouth's Hudek Named USA Hockey Assistant Coach
Dartmouth women's hockey head coach Mark Hudek was named an assistant coach for the 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival, which will take place in August 13-21 Lake Placid, N.Y.

Dartmouth's Hudek Named US Festival Asst. Coach
Dartmouth women's hockey head coach Mark Hudek was named an assistant coach for the 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival, which will take place in August 13-21 Lake Placid, N.Y.

Ivy League Statement on Harvard Men's Basketball
The Ivy League and Harvard University announced today that Harvard has declared an unintentional secondary violation in connection with conversations in the summer of 2007.

Columbia's Steinman To Receive CoSIDA Lifetime Award
Former Columbia University Sports Information Director Bill Steinman will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on July 5 in San Francisco, Calif.

Kittleman Named Women's Lacrosse Coach at Columbia
Liz Kittleman, an assistant at Penn for the last four years, has been named Columbia's head women's lacrosse coach by M. Dianne Murphy, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education.

Harvard's Stone to Lead USA Hockey National Program
Harvard women's ice hockey head coach Katey Stone will lead the U.S. Women's Ice Hockey National Program throughout the 2010-11 season.

Columbia Receives NCAA Women's Basketball Grant
Columbia has been selected by the NCAA as one of 12 institutions and two conferences to receive a women's basketball grant for the 2010-11 season as part of the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Grant Program to increase awareness, exposure and attendance.

Ivies Dominate ECAC Hockey All-Academic Teams
One hundred sixty-eight Ivy League men’s and women’s ice hockey student-athletes were named to the 2009-10 ECAC Hockey All-Academic teams.

Drake Named Dartmouth Men's Tennis Head Coach
Dartmouth College’s Acting Director of Athletics and Recreation Bob Ceplikas announced today the hiring of Chris Drake as the head coach of the Big Green’s men’s tennis program.

Yale's Labosky Named First Team Academic All-American
Yale senior runner Chris Labosky has been selected to the 2010 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Men's Track & Field/Cross Country Team, which was announced Tuesday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Ivies Invest in Urban Education
For four Ivy League athletes, the recovery begins. That's because Trey Peacock, Adrian Colarusso, Jessie Rhee and Brittney Smith spent several days designing and preparing leadership curriculum for at-risk high school students from Indianapolis, followed by two intensive and exhausting weeks of implementing the program while also serving in mentorship and advisory roles for the students.

DeLuca Takes Over Men's Lax Reigns at Cornell
Ben DeLuca has been named The Richard M. Moran Head Coach of Men's Lacrosse at Cornell, replacing Jeff Tambroni, who resigned Thursday to take the head coach position at Penn State.

Tillman Resigns to Become Head Coach of Maryland Lax
John Tillman has resigned as the Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Lacrosse to accept the head coaching position at the University of Maryland, it was announced Wednesday afternoon.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in spring sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Harvard's Clark Leaves to Lead Creighton
Jamie Clark has stepped down as the Virginia B. and James O. Welch ’52 Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Soccer, to take the head coach position at Creighton.

 Clark guided the Crimson to a 26-10-1 (.716) overall record in two seasons.

Ivy Runners Finish Strong at NCAA Nationals
The Ivy League's NCAA Track and Field Championship contingent followed up Brown junior Craig Kinsley's national championship in the javelin with a total of five more All-American performances in the final two days of the competition in Eugene, Ore.

Kinsley Takes NCAA Title, Four Other Ivies in Finals
Brown junior Craig Kinsley became the first Bear to win a track & field national title in 58 years, taking the javelin competition at the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore., on Thursday. Four other Ivies will compete in national finals on Friday.

VERSUS to Broadcast Ivy Football Games in 2010 & 2011
The Ivy League Office today announced an agreement with VERSUS, the fastest growing sports cable network in the country, to televise at least three football games for the 2010 and 2011 seasons, culminating each year with the Harvard vs. Yale game—one of the most storied rivalries in sports.

Columbia's Spear Named Academic All-America of the Year
Columbia senior fencer Jeff Spear, named Academic All-America® of the Year for the Men’s At-Large Teams, highlighted the list of six Ivy League student-athletes named to the 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® Men’s and Women’s At-Large Teams, as selected by CoSIDA.

Co-Rookies of the Year Named Freshman All-America
Columbia's Dario Pizzano (pic.) and Dartmouth's Chris O'Dowd were named to the Louisville Slugger's Freshman All-American team, as announced by Collegiate Baseball. Pizzano was tabbed in the outfield, while O'Dowd earned the nod at catcher.

Twenty Three Ivies Set to Begin at Nationals
Twenty three (13 women and 10 men) Ivy League track and field student-athletes will begin competition tomorrow at the 2010 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships, taking place at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field June 9-12. Click inside for the list of athletes along with links to the live stream!

Eleven Ivy Women's Rowers Named CRCA All-America
Eleven Ivy League women’s rowers were named to the All-America teams announced by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association.

Princeton Lightweights Repeat as IRA Champions
Led by Princeton’s men's lightweight crew second-straight national championship, the Ivy League had another strong showing at the 2010 IRA Championships on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Late Homers Doom Upset Bid for #4 Dartmouth
The Big Green gave 20th-ranked Texas A&M all it could handle as freshman Kyle Hunter pitched beautifully, but solo home runs in the eighth and ninth ended Dartmouth's season in a 4-3 loss at the NCAA Regionals. The Ivy champs finish 27-19.

Offensive Explosion 23 Years in the Making
Although it is probably against protocol to post, but Dartmouth's Jason Brooks drove in six runs and Zack Bellenger blasted two home runs while Cole Sulser threw five innings of two-run relief as Dartmouth eliminated Florida International in the Coral Gables Regional with a 15-9 victory. The Big Green will now face Texas A&M in an elimination match.

Frantic Comeback Falls Short at NCAA Regional
After falling behind 11-0 through five innings, the Dartmouth Big Green pecked away against the 11th-ranked Miami Hurricanes but fell short in their comeback quest in a 12-8 loss in the first round of the NCAA Regional in Coral Gables, Fla.

Six Ivy Tracksters Earn CoSIDA Academic All-District
The 2010 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Men's and Women's Track/Cross Country Teams have been selected by the Academic All-America® Committee. In total, six Ivy Leaguers gained distinction, including five first-teamers.

Herrmann Answers Cleveland Indians' Call
Former Harvard pitcher Frank Herrmann has been called up to the Major League and will be pitching for the Cleveland Indians this weekend. The Chicago White Sox will host Cleveland before the Tribe returns home for a seven-game home stand with the first four coming against the Boston Red Sox.

Yale's Allain Named U.S. Junior National Team Head Coach
Yale men’s ice hockey head coach Keith Allain has been named the head coach of the 2011 U.S. National Junior Team, marking his third stint as the team’s head coach.

More Accolades Bestowed on Ivy Women's Lacrosse
In addition to the IWLCA selections, several publications have also dubbed Ivy League student-athletes as All-America for the 2010 season. Womenslacrosse.com and Womenslax.com have recognized six from Ancient Eight with postseason accolades.

Cornell's Intihar, Menaker Named Academic All-America
Cornell seniors Alyson Intihar [pic.] and Elise Menaker were each selected for spots on the prestigious ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America team for softball announced by CoSIDA.

Four Ivies Named IWLCA All-America
The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced the 48 Division I All-America selections, and four players from the Ivy League have been tabbed. Penn's Ali DeLuca, the Player of the Year, earned first-team honors while the others took third-team nods. The League also had 19 selections to All-Region teams.

43 Ivy Women's Rowers Named CRCA Scholar-Athletes
A total of 43 Ivy League women’s rowers were named National Scholar-Athletes by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association for the 2010 season.

Dartmouth Avoids Top-8 Seed; Heads to Coral Gables
Dartmouth (26-17; #4 seed) will join #2 Texas A&M and #3 Florida International in Coral Gables, Fla. as the University of Miami anchors one of the 16 NCAA Baseball Regionals. The Big Green avoided a Top-8 National seed and will face the host Hurricanes (40-17) at Alex Rodriguez Park on June 4.

Three Ivy Teams Finish in Top 6 at NCAA Women's Rowing
The Ivy League posted another strong showing at the 2010 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships with Princeton, Brown and Yale finishing in the top six of the team competition, Yale winning its second-straight varsity eight individual national title and Brown winning the NCAA individual title with its second varsity eight.

Cornell's Run Ends, Defeated in National Semis
The Cornell Big Red men's lacrosse team had its national title hopes come to an end today, falling 12-7 to Notre Dame in the first NCAA national semifinal in Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium.

Princeton Pair Falls Just Short in NCAA Doubles Rd. of 16
Princeton's Taylor Marable and Hilary Bartlett started fast but fell just short in a three-set defeat in the doubles round of 16 at the 2010 NCAA Division Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Princeton Duo Advances at NCAA Tennis Championships
The Princeton duo of Taylor Marable and Hilary Bartlett rallied to a three-set win in the opening round of the 2010 NCAA Division Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga., to advance to the round of 16 in the doubles tournament.

Den Hartog & Bacigalupo To Be Enshrined in Lax Hall
Two Ivy League lacrosse legends -- Francesca Den Hartog, Harvard ’83 and Scott Bacigalupo, Princeton '94 -- will be inducted into the 2010 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, as announced by the US Lacrosse Board of Directors.

Become A Hero
As Yale women’s ice hockey player Mandi Schwartz continues to battle leukemia, efforts to find her a matching marrow or cord blood donor have intensified. With help from some former Bulldogs, those efforts have expanded to include everything from hockey tournaments in Canada to the World’s Largest Baby Shower in Atlanta.

Yale's Witt Resigns as Women's Ice Hockey Head Coach
Yale women’s ice hockey head coach Hilary Witt has announced that she is resigning to pursue other interests after eight seasons at the Bulldogs' helm.

Twelve Men's Laxers Named All-Americans
A total of 12 Ivy League men's lacrosse players have been named USILA Division I All-Americans, as announced by the organization. Cornell sophomore Rob Pannell was the lone Ivy Leaguer to earn first team distinction.

NCAA Women's Rowing Championships Preview
Brown, Princeton and Yale are among the 16 teams vying for the 2010 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships May 28-30 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, Calif.

Wong, Cao Fall in Singles at NCAA Tennis Championships
Columbia’s Jonathan Wong [pic.] and Harvard’s Holly Cao both fell in the opening round of the singles tournament Wednesday afternoon at the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Wong, Cao Fall in Singles at NCAA Tennis Championships
Columbia’s Jonathan Wong [pic.] and Harvard’s Holly Cao both fell in the opening round of the singles tournament Wednesday afternoon at the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Ivies in Action at NCAA Tennis Individual Championships
Columbia’s Jonathan Wong, Harvard’s Holly Cao [pic.] and Princeton’s Hilary Bartlett and Taylor Marable will be in action in the singles and doubles competition at the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Nineteen More Ivies Earn Academic All-District Honors
A total of 19 Ivy League student-athletes have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Men's and Women's At-Large teams, as announced by CoSIDA.

Columbia Finishes 13th at NCAA Men's Golf Regional
The Columbia University men's golf team finished up its 2010 season at the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships East Regional in 13th place with three straight sub-300 rounds.

101 Ivies to Compete in NCAA East Regionals
The Ivy League will send 101 student-athletes — 51 men and 50 women — to Greensboro, N.C., next weekend to compete in the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds for a shot at the NCAA Championships in early June.

Cornell Beats Army, Back in Final Four
For the third time in four years, the Cornell men's lacrosse team has advanced to the NCAA Final Four, as the BIg Red defeated Army, 14-5, today in the NCAA Quarterfinals in Stony Brook, N.Y. Cornell will face Notre Dame next weekend in Baltimore, Md.

Cornell's Softball Season Ends at NCAA Tucson Regional
Cornell had its softball season come to an end at the NCAA Tucson Regional after a 7-0 loss to No. 14 Oklahoma State at Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Softball Stadium.

No. 1 Maryland Knocks Penn Out of NCAAs
Penn's bid for a fourth consecutive appearance at the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Final Four came to an end one stop early as the No. 8 seeded Quakers were knocked out of the 2010 NCAA Tournament by top-seeded Maryland, 15-10.

Cornell Shut Out by Arizona in NCAA Softball Opener
The high-powered Arizona offense scored three times in each of the first two innings and cruised to a 9-0, five-inning victory over Ivy League champion Cornell at Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Softball Stadium in game two of the NCAA Tucson Regional. Cornell meets Oklahoma State Saturday in a loser's bracket game at 7 p.m.

Ivy Student-Athletes Once Again Lead in the Classroom
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nation’s most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in the NCAA's official release, with 135 Ivy teams recognized.

Three Ivy Teams Make NCAA Women's Rowing Field
The Ivy League received three selections -- Brown, Princeton and Yale -- to the 2010 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships to be held May 28-30 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, Calif.

Penn Finishes 24th at NCAA Women's Golf West Regional
The Penn women's golf team finished up at the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships West Regional shooting 325 as a team to finish at 977 for the tournament.

Eight Ivies Named Academic All-District in Softball
Led by three first-team selections from Cornell, the Ivy League had eight District 1 honorees on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for softball announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Cornell to Play at Arizona in NCAA Softball Regional
The Cornell softball team will play at No. 10 Arizona in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Softball Championship on Friday, May 21 at 9 p.m. Eastern time.

All-Ivy Baseball -- 2010
Although turned away in the Ivy Championship Series, the Columbia Lions took the majority of superlative awards for the season. Pat Lowery (pic.) won Pitcher of the Year and Dario Pizzano earned Co-Rookie of the Year. Penn's Tom Grandieri and Dartmouth's Chris O'Dowd were also honored.

All-Ivy Men’s Rowing -- 2010
The 2010 All-Ivy teams for men’s rowing were determined at the Eastern Sprints in Worcester, Mass. The rowers in the first Ivy boat in the varsity eight grand final were named to the first team while the members of the second Ivy boat were named second team.

All-Ivy Women’s Rowing -- 2010
The 2010 All-Ivy teams for women’s rowing were determined at the Eastern Sprints in Cherry Hill, N.J. The rowers in the first Ivy boat in the varsity eight grand final were named to the first team while the members of the second Ivy boat were named second team.

Harvard, Princeton Capture Ivy Men’s Rowing Titles
The Harvard men’s heavyweight crew reclaimed its place as the Ivy League’s top varsity eight boast while the Princeton lightweights captured their second-straight Ivy title at the 2010 Eastern Sprints on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.

Yale Repeats as Ivy Women’s Rowing Champion
Yale avenged a regular-season loss to top-seeded Princeton to win its second-straight Ivy League Women’s Rowing and fourth in six years at the 2010 Eastern Sprints on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Princeton Men Fall to Notre Dame in NCAA First Round
The Ivy Tournament champion Princeton men's lacrosse team fell to Notre Dame, 8-5, in the first round of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships today at Princeton's Class of 1952 Stadium.

Princeton Edged by Virginia in NCAA First Round
The Princeton women's tennis team came just short in its 2010 NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Championships first-round match, edged 4-3 by Virginia.

Columbia Falls to Wake Forest in NCAA First Round
The Columbia men's tennis team dropped its first round match in 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships to #22 Wake Forest, 4-0. The match took place at the Snyder Tennis Center on the campus of the University of Virginia.

Harvard Dropped by Georgia in NCAA First Round
The No. 39 Harvard women’s tennis team suffered a 4-0 loss to No. 19 Georgia in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championshps.

Penn Handles Boston University in Women's Lax
In the first round of the NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship, Penn overcame Boston University 14-9 Saturday afternoon at Immaculata University's Draper Walsh Stadium. The Quakers advance to the quarterfinals where they will meet top-seeded Maryland next weekend.

Cornell Advances to NCAA Q'finals in 3OT Thriller
Cornell junior Max Feely picked an oppportune time to score his first career goal, as the All-Ivy defender lifted the No. 7 Big Red past Loyola (Md.), 11-10, in triple overtime of the first round of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships.

EARC Sprints Preview
The Ivy heavyweight and lightweight titles will be up for grabs as the 65th edition of the EARC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.

EAWRC Sprints Preview
Once again, the Ivy women’s rowing title will be up for grabs as the 37th edition of the EAWRC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

All-Ivy Softball — 2010
Ivy champion Cornell lead the way on this year's team with five first-team members, including Ivy Player of the Year Alyson Intihar and Pitcher of the Year Elizabeth Dalrymple (pic.), both repeat awardwinners.

Columbia's Spear Earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
Three-time All-American fencer Jeff Spear was recently awarded an NCAA postgraduate scholarship. The 2008 NCAA Individual Champion in sabre is one of 58 senior winter student-athletes across all NCAA divisions to gain the scholarship.

All-Ivy Outdoor Track & Field — 2010
2010 Outdoor Heps Men’s Most Outstanding Performer Joshua Kirkpatrick of Cornell leads this year's All-Ivy team after winning the decathlon and long jump this past weekend at the 75th Outdoor Heps meet in Princeton, N.J.

Penn to Host Boston U. in NCAA WLAX First Round
With the No. 8 seed, Penn's women's lacrosse team will face a familiar opponent, Boston University, in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship.

Cornell, Princeton to Host NCAA MLAX First Round Games
Following a classic battle in the inaugural Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament, Cornell and Princeton learned their NCAA fates by receiving two of the top eight seeds in the 16-team bracket for the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship.

Cornell Men & Women Double at Outdoor Heps
For the seventh time in the last eight years, Cornell has swept the men's and women's Outdoor Heps championships; both Big Red teams winning the 75th edition of the Ivy Outdoor championships in convincing fashion.

Princeton Wins 2010 Ivy Men's Lacrosse Tournament
In an overtime classic, Princeton outlasted host Cornell 10-9 to win the 2010 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion.

Outdoor Heps Day One Wrap-Up
An incredibly windy Day One at the 75th Outdoor Heps meet has wrapped up, and all is in place for a crazy Sunday at Weaver Track & Field Stadium.

Cornell Repeats as Ivy Softball Champs in Game Three
Junior Elizabeth Dalrymple finished the job she started on Friday with her third complete game in two days to give Cornell its fifth Ivy League championship in school history with a 3-2 win over Harvard. The Big Red will now await its NCAA destination.

Outdoor Heps Live VIDEO & Results Page
Day Two is underway! Check inside for all the results as they happen today at the 75th Ivy Heptagonal Outdoor Games at Weaver Track & Field Stadium in Princeton, N.J. LIVE VIDEO courtesy of Fauxtrack.com | Sunday Heat Sheets

Dartmouth Takes Ivy Baseball Championship
The 2010 Ivy League baseball championship series between Columbia and Dartmouth needed a third game to decide a champion. After it was all said and done, the visiting Big Green used timely hitting to win the Ivy title, 11-5, and earn the League's automatic bid to the NCAA Regional.

Eight Sandlot Ivies on CoSIDA Academic All-District
The Ivy League had a nice showing on the CoSIDA Academic All-District Baseball Team. In all, eight student-athletes were recognized in District 1, including three first team selections that are now eligible for Academic All-America.

Cornell Cruises in Second MLAX Tournament Semifinal
Cornell put together a dominating performance with seven goals in the third quarter to cruise to a 14-8 win over Brown to move on to the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion.

A House Divided
On the eve of the 75th Ivy League Outdoor Heps, comes a compelling five-part story from Brett Hoover of HepsTrack.com, chronicling the social, racial and political tensions surrounding the 1970 Outdoor Heps in New Haven. Click inside to read the fascinating piece.

Cornell, Harvard Split; Decisive Game Three Tomorrow
Cornell used a complete game four-hitter from Elizabeth Dalrymple to shut down Harvard in Game One, 3-1, but the Crimson took Game Two in dramatic fashion with a two-out walk-off homerun by Jennifer Francis to force a decisive Game Three tomorrow at 12:30 pm.

Princeton Survives in First MLAX Tournament Semifinal
Princeton withstood a valiant Yale comeback of four goals in a seven-minute span in the fourth quarter to hold on to a 7-6 win and advance to the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion. The Tigers face Cornell in Sunday’s showdown at Noon on ESPNU.

Harvard to Play Georgia in NCAA Women's Tennis 1st Rd.
The Harvard women’s tennis team has been selected to play in the upcoming NCAA Tournament. The Crimson will travel to Clemson, S.C. to take on Georgia on Friday, May 14 at 10 a.m. at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center.

Wise and Teuscher Chosen as Frank Keefe's Successors
Tim Wise, who spent the past 12 years as an assistant coach at Yale, and Cristina Teuscher, an Olympic medalist and NCAA champion at Columbia, have been hired to lead Yale swimming and diving. Wise has been named the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Men’s Swimming and Diving, while Teuscher will serve as the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Women’s Swimming and Diving.

4th Ivy Softball Championship Series Set to Begin
Due to the chance on inclement weather this weekend, the 2010 Ivy Softball Championship Series between South Division champion Cornell and North Division champion Harvard has been moved up one day. The two teams will begin the best-of-three series at Niemand*Robison Field on Friday, May 7 at 12:30 p.m. with the first two contests. Follow the action via Live Stats

Princeton Set to Host the 75th Outdoor Heps Meet
The battle for the 2010 Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships will take place this weekend at Weaver Track and Field Stadium on the campus of Princeton University in Princeton, N.J. Click here for today's HEAT SHEETS

Columbia to Meet Wake in NCAA Men's Tennis 1st Rd.
The Columbia University men's tennis team will travel to Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday, May 15 to face No. 22 Wake Forest at 10 a.m. in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships on the campus of the University of Virginia.

Princeton to Face Virginia in NCAA Women's Tennis 1st Rd.
The Princeton women's tennis team will open the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships against Virginia in Charlottesville on Friday, May 14 at 2 p.m.

2010 Ivy Men's Lacrosse Tournament Central
The 2010 Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion will take place Friday, May 7 and Sunday, May 9, at Schoellkopf Field on the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.

Men's Lacrosse All-Ivy — 2010
Rob Pannell's [pic.] 2009 ROY award now has some company on the mantle, as the Cornell sophomore has been unanimously voted the 2010 Ivy League Player of the Year. Princeton's Mike Chanenchuk is this year's Rookie of the Year and one of four Tigers to earn a spot on the first-team All-Ivy squad.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream MLAX Tournament Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Men’s Tournament Presented by Champion.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 9 - 5/4
Kyle Hendricks won both of his starts this past week, each coming in a critical game for Dartmouth. The Big Green needed to separate from the Brown Bears atop the Rolfe Division and then turn away a Harvard challenge for earn a berth in the Ivy League Baseball Championship. Hendricks' efforts certainly helped.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 10 - 5/3
Brown's Thomas Muldoon [pic.] and Yale's Brian Douglass both used hat trick performances to lift their respective teams to must-wins and shares of the Ivy title. Muldoon's third goal versus Dartmouth was the sudden death overtime game winner.

Columbia to Entertain Dartmouth for Baseball Title
Lou Gehrig Division Champion, Columbia, will host Dartmouth, the Red Rolfe Division winner, for in the 2010 Ivy Baseball Championship Series. The series will begin Saturday, May 8 at Columbia's Robertson Field at the Baker Athletics Complex. The opening pitch is slated for noon.

Kyle Smith Named Columbia Head Men's Basketball Coach
Former St. Mary's (Calif.) Associate Head Coach Kyle Smith has been named Columbia University's head men's basketball coach, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education, announced today.

Penn Staves Off Comeback to Take WLAX Title
Penn withstood a furious comeback to win the 2010 Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion. Down 5-2 at the half, and 7-2 with 26:49 remaining, Dartmouth scored five unanswered goals to tie the game with nearly 18 minutes on the clock. The Quakers took another two-goal advantage and held for the victory, 9-8. The win assures an automatic passage to the NCAA Tournament for Penn.

Cornell, Princeton, Yale, Brown Share Ivy MLAX Title
The final day of the 2010 Ivy men's lacrosse regular season was a wild one, as all three games were decided by one goal, and for the first time in Ivy men's lacrosse history four teams -- Brown, Cornell, Princeton and Yale -- will share the regular season title and head to the inaugural Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament in Ithaca, N.Y.

Penn Prevails in Second WLAX Tournament Semifinal
Penn eventually pulled away in the second semifinal of the Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament, 13-9, to secure a berth in the final. The Quakers turned away a valiant effort from Princeton and will now face Dartmouth in the tournament final -- Sunday, May 2, at 12:30 p.m. on CBS College Sports Network.

Dartmouth Wins in First WLAX Tournament Semifinal
Dartmouth women's lacrosse used strong defense and timely goals to take a 10-8 victory over Cornell in the first Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament semifinal. The Big Green advance to Sunday's championship game at 12:30 p.m. to face top-seed Penn.

CBS College Sports Network To Broadcast 2010 Ivy Women’s Lax Championship Game
CBS College Sports Network will broadcast live the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Women’s Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion on Sunday, May 2 at 12:30 p.m.

All-Ivy Men’s Tennis -- 2009-10
Yale freshman sensation Marc Powers quickly made his presence known on the Ivy League tennis courts during the 2009-10 season, becoming the first men’s tennis player in League history to win the Player and Rookie of the Year awards in the same season.

All-Ivy Women’s Tennis -- 2009-10
There was virtually no doubt among the Ivy League Women’s Tennis postseason awards for the 2009-10 season, paced by Princeton's Hilary Bartlett as the unanimous selection as Player of the Year.

Champion athleticwear Signs on as Presenting Sponsor for the 2010 Ivy Lacrosse Tournaments
The Ivy League announced a new partnership today with Hanesbrands, Inc. for Champion athleticwear to be presenting sponsor for the 2010 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Tournaments.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream the 2010 Ivy Lax Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Tournaments.

2010 Ivy Women's Lacrosse Tournament Central
Philly's Franklin Field is set to host the inaugural Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Final presented by Champion featuring Dartmouth and Penn. Click inside for more information on the matchups, directions, ticket info and much more.

All-Ivy Women's Lacrosse -- 2010
Penn's Ali DeLuca headlines this year's All-Ivy after being selected Player of the Year. 11 of the 13 first team selections will be featured in the Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament this weekend at Franklin Field. The champion will earn the League's automatic bid to the 2010 NCAA Tournament.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 8 - 4/27
Columbia freshman right-hander Tim Giel tossed seven shutout innings in the second game of Columbia's doubleheader at Cornell on Saturday, helping lift the Lions to a 3-2 win. Giel allowed just four hits over the first seven innings of the game.

Columbia's Lomax Signs with WNBA's Connecticut Sun
Columbia's Judie Lomax, the NCAA Division I rebounding champion in each of the last two seasons and the 2009-10 Ivy League Women's Basketball Player of the Year, has signed a professional contract with the Connecticut Sun of the Women's National Basketball Association.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 9 - 4/26
Brown defender Peter Fallon [pic.] was huge in the Bears' win at No. 8 Cornell, while Harvard freshman middie Alex White helped the Crimson to its first win over Princeton in 19 years, as two major upsets shook up the Ivy lax standings heading into the final weekend of the regular season.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 9 - 4/26
Cornell's Caroline Helmer won nine ground balls and caused four turnovers while limiting a pair of talented offensive players. She held the nation’s eighth-leading scorer to a single shot and zero goals against No. 10 Syracuse and helped the Big Red into the Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament by limiting Yale's most potent offensive threat to a single goal.

All-Ivy Men's Golf — 2010
Yale junior and 2010 Ivy Player of the Year Tom McCarthy [pic.] played to a third-place finish and first team All-Ivy status in the Ivy Championships, while fellow first-teamer Scotty Williams of Penn took the individual title at Baltusrol.

All-Ivy Women's Golf — 2010
Ivy individual champion Alyssa Roland of Yale leads this year's first team, while Ivy League Player of the Year Chrstine Cho of Harvard [pic.] garnered second team honors after an eighth-place finish at Baltusrol.

Penn Women Win First-Ever Women's Golf Title
The Penn women's golf team captured the program's first-ever Ivy League team championship today, taking the 2010 title at Baltusrol by 22 strokes. Yale junior Alyssa Roland won the individual crown by a single stroke over Quaker freshman Isabel Han

Columbia Men and Penn's Williams Triumph at Baltusrol
After a brutal day of weather on Sunday, the Columbia men's golf team won its third-straight Ivy title. Penn's Scotty Williams also used a terrific approach shot to within five feet of the pin to defeat Columbia's Clark Granum in the first hole of a play-off for the individual title.

US Soccer to Prep at Princeton for 2010 World Cup
The U.S. Men’s National Team has selected Princeton University as the site of its Pre-World Cup training camp in the United States. Players and coaches will begin training sessions on May 17 at Roberts Field. All team training sessions will be closed to the public.

Brown's Howard Selected by the Titans in the NFL Draft
With the 34th pick in the seventh round, the 241st overall selection, in the 2010 National Football League Draft, Brown’s David Howard was selected by the Tennessee Titans.

Lions Roar on Second Day at Baltusrol
The Columbia men's golf team head into Sunday at the Ivy Championships at Baltusrol Golf Club with the lead after 36 holes. Penn's Scotty Williams (pic.) leads the individual competition, shooting a 69 today (141 for the tournament).

Penn Women Hold Lead After Day Two at Baltusrol
Day Two of the Ivy League Women's Golf Championships at Baltusrol is in the books and it was Penn once again leading the way. The Quakers outdid its round one best of 314 yesterday, shooting a second round low of 308 on Baltusrol's upper course.

Cormier Returns to Lead Dartmouth Men's Basketball
Dartmouth has announced the hiring of Paul Cormier as the College’s head coach of men’s basketball. Having spent most of the past 12 years working in the NBA, Cormier is beginning his second stint with the Big Green having served as the head coach for seven seasons (1984-91).

Cornell Hires Bill Courtney as Men's Basketball Coach
Bill Courtney, an assistant coach at Virginia Tech and Virgina and who helped George Mason to mid-major prominence, has been named the Robert E. Gallagher '44 Head Coach of Cornell Men's Basketball by Cornell AD Andy Noel.

Harvard Men Lead the Links at Baltusrol
The Harvard men's golf team head into Day Two at the Ivy Championships at Baltusrol Golf Club with a strong 297 after 18-holes. Harvard's Tony Grillo (pic.) and Penn's Scott Williams lead the individual competition, each shooting 72 today.

Penn Women Lead the Way After Golf's Day One
The Penn women's golf team shot a round one-best 314 to take the lead after 18-holes of play at the Ivy Championships at Baltursol Golf Club. Harvard freshman Katie Sylven leads overall individuals with an even par 72.

Ivy Golf Titles on the Line at Baltusrol
The 2010 Ivy League Men's and Women's Golf Championships are underway at the fabled Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J., host of seven U.S. Open Championships and the 2005 PGA Championship. Click inside for live scoring.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 7 - 4/20
Dartmouth's Cole Sulser was nearly untouchable during the week, pitching 10 innings in three games while earning a win and a save. He gave up just one run on four hits and a walk in his 10 innings while striking out 11 for a 0.90 ERA as the Big Green moved into a first-place tie in the Rolfe Division.

In His Blood
Soon after finishing his freshman season on the basketball team at Princeton University, Will Venable went to the office of the baseball coach, Scott Bradley, and asked if he could also play on the Tigers' baseball team the next year. Bradley was thrilled. "Do you want to go hit?''

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 8 - 4/19
Princeton junior attack Jack McBride [pic.] had eight goals and two assists in wins over Rutgers and Dartmouth last week, while Cornell freshman goalie AJ Fiore led the Big Red's heartbreaking near-upset of top-ranked Syracuse with 20 saves.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 8 - 4/19
Penn had a decided advantage (13-4) on the draw in a 9-6 win at Dartmouth. Midfielder Ali DeLuca was a big part of that, coming up with a game-high five draw controls. The senior was clean on defense, playing tight in her own zone while not committing a foul and helping to limit Dartmouth’s duo of Kristen Goldberg and Hilary Smith to a single goal.

Nik-Ed Up
Nikhil Ashra hasn't had the best of luck during his time on the Princeton men's lacrosse squad, but his misfortunes have not gotten in the way of his work ethic and commitment to the program. Click inside for Jerry Price's feature on the senior goalie.

Columbia Captures Back-to-Back Ivy Men's Tennis Titles
Columbia closed out the regular season with a 6-1 win over Princeton to clinch the Ivy League Men's Tennis title for the second time in as many seasons.

Princeton Earns Second-Straight Ivy Women's Tennis Title
Princeton completed its clean sweep of the Ivy League since 2000 by defeating Columbia 7-0 to win its second-straight Ivy League Women's Tennis title.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 6 - 4/13
Columbia outfielder Dario Pizzano had a huge week at the plate, helping the Lions to a 4-1 week. The first-year batted .650 with five home runs and 11 runs batted in. He scored 11 runs, had a .682 on-base percentage, slugged at a 1.550 clip, and eight of his 13 base hits went for extra bases.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 7 - 4/12
Kaela McGilloway led Brown to an undefeated week with 20 points (9 goals, 11 assists) in three victories (Bryant, Columbia and Manhattan), all of which were on the road. The sophomore twice bested a career high in points, setting a new mark of 10 points (five goals, five assists) against the Jaspers.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 7 - 4/12
Cornell sophomore attack Rob Pannell capped an eight-point day by scoring the game-winning goal with 11 seconds to play, giving the No. 12 Big Red a much-needed 13-12 victory over No. 18 Harvard.

Columbia's Jones Accepts Associate Coach Position at BC
Joe Jones, the head coach of the Columbia men’s basketball program for the last seven years, has resigned to accept the position of Associate Head Coach at Boston College.

Usain Bolt Coming to Penn Relays
Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt will compete at the 2010 Penn Relays as part of the USA vs. The World event on Saturday, April 24. Bolt, a three-time Olympic gold medalist, is scheduled to compete in the men's 4x100 relay.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Donahue Named BC Head Men's Basketball Coach
Steve Donahue, who served as The Robert E. Gallagher '44 Head Coach of Men's Basketball at Cornell for the past 10 years, has accepted the head coaching position at Boston College.

All-Ivy Squash -- 2009-10
In a banner year that saw an All-Ivy women's national championship and another Ivy program in the men's final, the much anticipated All-Ivy Men's and Women's Squash teams have been named by the coaches. Harvard's Colin West and Laura Gemmel (pic.) are the Players of the Year for 2009-10.

Quakers Ink Fink to Lead Field Hockey Program
The University of Pennsylvania's Director of Athletics, Steve Bilsky, has announced the hiring of Colleen Quinn Fink as head field hockey coach. Fink replaces Val Cloud, who retired following the 2009 season.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 5 - 4/6
Tom Grandieri was the catalyst to Penn’s 4-1 record last week. The right fielder got a hit, an RBI and scored a run in each of the team’s five games. On the week he hit .476, scored eight times, hit two doubles and three home runs. The senior also had a team-high eight RBI and a 1.000 slugging percentage.

CSA Names 11 Ivy Men All-America in Squash
The Men’s College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 11 are representatives of the Ivy League, including four first-team selections.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 6 - 4/5
Freshman midfielder Devon Rhodes had 10 goals last week, including a remarkable effort in her first career game against archrival Harvard. Rhodes scored eight goals against the Crimson -- including the game-winner -- in a 17-13 Yale win Saturday at Reese Stadium.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 6 - 4/5
Last week saw two of the greatest individual statistical performances in recent Ivy League history as Dartmouth goalie Fergus Campbell [pic.] had 23 saves in an upset win over No. 6 Cornell, while Yale's Brian Douglass scored a combined 13 goals in back-to-back wins.

CU's Wittman, Foote At Final Four For Senior Showcases
Cornell seniors Jeff Foote and Ryan Wittman have been invited to compete in the Reese’s College All-Star Game, while Wittman was also participate in the ESPN 3-Point Shootout during Final Four weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.

Allen Named Penn Head Men's Basketball Coach
Penn's Director of Athletics, Steve Bilsky, has made it official: Jerome Allen W’09 is Penn’s new John R. Rockwell Head Coach of Men’s Basketball. Allen will be formally introduced at a press conference Wednesday at 2:30 in The Palestra.

Wittman named AP A-A, Donahue Gets Bee Award
Cornell senior forward Ryan Wittman [pic.] has been named an Associated Press honorable mention All-American, while head coach Steve Donahue was presented with the Clair Bee Award on Monday.

Columbia's Lomax Named Associated Press All-America
Columbia junior forward Judie Lomax, the 2009-10 Ivy League Women's Basketball Player of the Year, was named an honorable mention on the All-America teams announced by the Associated Press.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 4 - 3/30
Dean Forthun batted .533 in five games this week, posting an on-base percentage of .667 in helping lead Columbia to a four-game weekend sweep of Bucknell. Starting all five games behind the plate, Forthun had three multi-hit games and reached base safely in every game during the week.

Fucito Gets His Chance
In the 76th minute of a 2-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union, Harvard's Michael Fucito added his name to the growing list of Ivy League representatives in Major League Soccer. The Seattle Sounders featured his debut on SoundersFC.com.

15 Named to Women's All-American Squash Teams
The Women’s College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 15 are representatives of the Ivy League, including seven first-team selections.

15 Named to Women's All-American Squash Teams
The Women’s College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 15 are representatives of the Ivy League, including seven first-team All-Americans and eight second-team.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 5 - 3/29
The impact of junior defender Shannie MacKenzie on Dartmouth’s 2-0 week goes well beyond the statistics. MacKenzie turned in a stellar game in the Big Green’s upset of #6 Syracuse, 17-10, limiting Tee Ladouceur, who had led the nation in points per game, to a single goal.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 5 - 3/29
Cornell sophomore attack Rob Pannell guided the Big Red offense to a pair of big wins this week over Stony Brook and Penn, as he accounted for more than half of Cornell's 24 total goals, registering 12 assists and a goal for the week.

Yale Outlasted by BC in NCAA Men's Hockey Regional Final
In the highest scoring NCAA Tournament game in 50 years, fourth-seeded Boston College outlasted Yale 9-7 in the Northeast Regional final of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship.

Yale Advances to NCAA Men's Hockey Regional Final
Junior forward Denny Kearney scored two goals to lead Yale a 3-2 win over North Dakota and a date with four-seeded Boston College in the Northeast Regional final of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship.

Cornell Dropped in NCAA Men's Hockey Regional Semifinal
Cornell was knocked out of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship on a 6-2 loss to New Hampshire in East Regional Semifinal action in Albany, N.Y.

Ross Takes Women's Foil Title for Columbia
The Ivy League has a second individual national champion at the 2010 NCAA Fencing Championships at Harvard University. Columbia's Nicole Ross outclassed Penn State's Doris Willette, 15-9, to take the crown. She accumulated 23 victories in total.

Harvard's Vloka Takes Women's Sabre National Title
Avenging a 5-3 defeat during the round-robin competition, Harvard's Caroline Vloka upset Rebecca Ward (Duke) in the NCAA Women's Sabre National Championship bout, 15-13. Vloka finished with 21 wins in the tournament.

Ivies Fencing Well at NCAA Championships
The NCAA has provided a free live stream for the 2010 NCAA Fencing Championships, hosted by Harvard at Gordon Indoor Track March 25-28. Follow along as Ivy League student-athletes go for individual and team titles. Update: Two National Champions!

Ivies Garner Women's Ice Hockey Postseason Recoginitions
Ivy League women's ice hockey garnered national accolades among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Ivies Receive Men's Ice Hockey Postseason Honors
Ivy League men's ice hockey once again received national recognition among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 3 - 3/23
Penn’s Paul Cusick was simply dominating for the Quakers last week. Against Mount St. Mary’s on Sunday, he threw a complete game three-hit shutout for his first win of the year. On the week, the junior threw 8.1 innings, striking out ten and walking two with a 0.00 ERA.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 4 - 3/22
Junior midfielder/defender Kaitlyn Flatley had a six-point week, including the dramatic game-winning goal with nine seconds left as Yale beat Brown 8-7 in the Ivy League opener. She had two goals and an assist in that game, then followed it up by getting her first career hat trick vs. No. 5 Penn.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 4 - 3/22
Brown's Andrew Feinberg (pic.) exploded for four goals in the Bears' key victory over No. 11 Harvard on Saturday, while Princeton freshman Mike Chanenchuk continued his hot start, scoring six more goals in two games for the Tigers.

Cornell Outlasted in NCAA Women's Hockey Title Game
In the longest game in NCAA women’s ice hockey tournament history, Cornell lost a 3-2 triple overtime heartbreaker to Minnesota-Duluth in the title game of the 2010 National Collegiate Women’s Ice Hockey Championship.

Cornell, Yale Selected to NCAA Men's Hockey Field
Cornell and Yale were among the 16 teams selected for the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship.

Cornell Blanks Union to Win ECAC Men’s Hockey Title
Cornell senior goaltender Ben Scrivens stopped all 32 shots he faced as the Big Red men's hockey team claimed the 2010 ECAC Hockey championship with a 3-0 shutout over Union.

Harvard's J.P. O'Connor Takes National Title at 157 lbs.
Entering his senior season, Harvard's J.P. O'Connor had enormous expectations to live up to. After going 32-4 as a junior, his goal was a national title. With a 6-4 decision over Cal Poly's Chase Pami in the 157 lbs. final, he has one. He also has an undefeated senior campaign to cherish.

Kyle Dake Takes Title at 141, Cornell Finishes Second
Ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Wrestling National Championship brackets, Cornell's Kyle Dake defeated Iowa's Montell Marion, 7-3, to win the National title in the 141 pound weight class. Dake, a freshman, also earned All-America honors and propelled the Big Red to a second-place team finish.

Cornell Wins in OT Thriller, Advances to NCAA Title Game
Catherine White scored the overtime game-winner as the Cornell women's hockey team continued its unbelievable season, knocking off top-seeded Mercyhurst, 3-2, to advance to the national championship game.

Brown Selects Laughlin to Lead Men's Soccer
After conducting a national search of the most qualified candidates from around the country, Brown University found its new men’s soccer coach already on staff. Pat Laughlin, former Brown assistant coach, has been named the Friends of Brown Men’s Soccer Head Coaching Chair and becomes just the sixth coach in Brown’s 84-year soccer history.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 2 - 3/16
Columbia DH/1B Alexander Aurrichio flashed his power at the plate this weekend, hitting towering home runs in consecutive games at Richmond and at Virginia Tech. In three games, he batted .556 with two home runs, seven runs batted in and three runs scored and slugged at a 1.444 clip.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 3 - 3/15
Emily Szelest picked up a pair of wins for Penn, improving her record to 4-1. On Wednesday against Hofstra, she made eight saves in a 6-5 win. In the Red and Blue’s Ivy opener, she made four saves as Penn improved its Ivy winning streak to 23 games.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 3 - 3/15
Penn senior Rob McMullen played a hand in the Quakers' last six goals in a tough, 8-7 win over rival Villanova, scoring four goals including the game-winner with two minutes left in regulation.

Brown, Cornell Face Off in 2010 ECAC Men's Hockey Semis
Brown and Cornell survived the quarterfinal round and will now face each other in one semifinal in the 2010 ECAC Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament at the Times Union Center in Albany, N.Y.

Cornell Advances to First Women's Frozen Four
The Cornell women's ice hockey team made its first NCAA tournament appearance a memorable one, advancing to the Frozen Four with an impressive 6-2 win over fourth-seeded Harvard.

Harvard to Host NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals in '11
The NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Committee has selected Harvard and Hofstra to serve as hosts for the 2011 NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse quarterfinals. The Crimson will host two quarterfinal games at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass., on May 22, 2011.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 1 - 3/9
Harvard's Sean O’Hara batted .545 with four doubles for a .909 slugging percentage, three RBI and a .909 on-base-percentage for the Crimson this past weekend. O'Hara was 3-for-3 against Notre Dame, with all hits going for extra bases. The junior also went 2-for-3 against Kansas State.

Crimson Pair Takes Home Individual Honors at CSAs
Senior co-captain Colin West (16-1) and freshman Laura Gemmell (16-0) of the Harvard squash team capped stellar seasons by going 5-0 at the College Squash Association Individual Championships. Both student-athletes took home national titles and West earned the Pool Cup, while Gemmell earned the Ramsay Cup.

Princeton Men Leave Field in Wake; Cruise to Title
The final night of the Ivy League Swimming & Diving Championships has finished at Princeton's DeNunzio Pool and the host Tigers took the 2010 title in convincing fashion. On a night that honored legendary Yale coach Frank Keefe for his 32 years of service, the Tigers were just too strong, finishing with 1552.5 points.

All-Ivy Men's Swimming & Diving -- 2009-10
The Princeton Tigers retained the title at the Ivy League Men's Swimming & Diving Championships at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, N.J. on March 4-6, 2010. The following earned All-Ivy honors.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 2 - 3/8
Yale's Matt Gibson [pic.] was spectacular in the Elis huge win over No. 12 UMass, recording five goals and two assists, while Cornell's Ryan Hurley scored seven goals with two assists on the week in a pair of wins for the 3-0 Big Red.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 2 - 3/8
Dartmouth senior goalie Julie Wadland proved why she was named to the Tewaaraton Trophy watch list this week, making 14 saves and turning in a 5.35 goals against average in two victories over Vermont and #8 Notre Dame.

Four Ivies Continue in 2010 ECAC Men’s Hockey Tourney
The 2010 ECAC Men's Ice Hockey Tournament continues Friday, March 12 with Brown, Cornell, Harvard and Yale in action against each other in the quarterfinal round.

Two Ivies Earn Spots in NCAA Women's Hockey Tourney
Cornell and Harvard comprised two of the eight teams in the field for the 2010 National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship. The Big Red earned an automatic bid by virtrue of winning the ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship, while the Crimson earned an at-large selection and a No. 4 seed.

Cornell Wins ECAC Women's Tourney in OT Thriller
Sophomore Kendice Ogilvie's shot at the 7:52 mark of overtime lifted the Cornell women's ice hockey team to its first-ever ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship.

Method to the Madness
ESPN's Andy Katz recently sat down with Princeton Director of Athletics Gary Walters, who chaired the NCAA's Division I Men's Basketball Committee in 2006-07, to discuss the intricacies of the NCAA Tournament selection process for this week's edition of Katz's ESPNU College Basketball weekly podcast.

Thinking Man's Game
The Wall Street Journal once labeled him “the smartest man in baseball, if not the entire world,” and the presence of a molecular biophysics and biochemistry degree from Yale would appear to support the claim. However, when doubts crept in about his baseball future, Breslow, at least for once, went with his heart instead of his brain.

All-Ivy Men’s Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Leading Yale to back-to-back Ivy League and ECAC Hockey titles, senior forward Sean Backman was named 2009-10 Ivy League Player of the Year and first-team All-Ivy, becoming just the third player in League history to earn first-team honors every year of his Ivy career.

2010 Men's Swimming & Diving Championship Central
The 2010 Ivy League Men's Swimming & Diving Championships take place this weekend — Thursday, March 4th through Saturday, March 6th — at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, N.J. Information about the event can be found here.

All-Ivy Indoor Track & Field -- 2009-10
Columbia's Sharay Hale leads this year's indoor track and field All-Ivy team after winning a pair of events at Indoor Heps in Hanover, N.H.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 1 - 3/1
Senior Ali DeLuca wasted no time moving up Penn’s all-time scoring list. With her career-high six goals in Penn’s 14-7 season-opening win at Drexel, DeLuca climbed into fifth-place on Penn’s career goal-scoring list with 106 strikes.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 1 - 3/1
Dartmouth senior goalie Michael Novosel was spectacular in the Big Green's season-opening win at Colgate, recording 15 saves while facing 18 shots on goal for a .833 save percentage to lead the nation after the opening weekend.

National Champs! Harvard Women's Squash Unmatched
The top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team captured the 12th national title in program history, as the Crimson won the College Squash Association national women’s team trophy Sunday. Harvard defeated Penn, 6-3, to grab its first national crown since 2001 and cap an undefeated year.

Ivy Teams to Open in 2010 ECAC Men’s Hockey Tourney
Brown, Dartmouth, Harvard and Princeton will be on the ice in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Men's Ice Hockey Tournament while top-seeded Yale and second-seeded Cornell are on a bye until the quarterfinals.

All-Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving -- 2009-10
The Princeton Tigers took the Frank Keefe Trophy at the Ivy League Women's Swimming & Diving Championships on Feb. 25-27, 2010. The following earned All-Ivy status at the meet.

Ivy Teams Advance to ECAC Women's Ice Hockey Semis
Top-seeded Cornell swept Colgate and third-seeded Harvard swept sixth-seeded Princeton in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Women's Ice Hockey Tournament to advance to the semifinals.

All-Ivy Men's and Women's Fencing -- 2009-10
With a near perfect 15-1 record, Princeton freshman foilist Brianna Martin had an impressive Ivy League Fencing Round-Robins debut, leading her Tigers to the 2010 women’s title.

Princeton Captures Ivy Men's & Women's Fencing Titles
Princeton men’s and women’s teams left no doubt after the second day of the 2010 Ivy League Fencing Round-Robins, going undefeated over the two-day competition to clinch their first Ivy titles since 2001.

Princeton Sweeps Indoor Titles
The Princeton Tiger men and women's track and field teams have swept the Indoor Heps championships for only the third time in program history and, first since 1998.

Princeton Staves Off Harvard Charge for Swim Title
Princeton successfully navigated the waters at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass. to bring the Ivy League Women's Swimming & Diving title back to Princeton, N.J. The Tigers staved off a challenge from defending champion Harvard and raced away from the field with a winning score of 1465.

Indoor Heps Day One Round-Up
Day One of the 2010 Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Track & Field Championships is in the books and it was an eventful one in Hanover. Click inside for the wrap-up.

2010 Indoor Heps Results Page
Day Two is underway! Click inside for up-to-the-second results of the Ivy League track & field indoor championships, coming to you live from Leverone Fieldhouse on the campus of Dartmouth College.

Tigers Continue to Control Blodgett Waters; Lead WSWIM
Princeton (982 points) will enter the final day of the 2010 Women's Swimming & Diving Championships with a 38 point lead on defending champion Harvard. Cornell — paced by Chiara Spinnazola's 100 Back win — was the biggest mover of the day, going from 8th to 6th place with 448 points.

2010 Indoor Heps Men's Previews
Click inside for comprehensive team-by-team previews of the men's side of the competition at the Ivy indoor track and field championships, kicking off bright and early tomorrow morning at Dartmouth.

2010 Indoor Heps Women's Previews
Click inside for comprehensive team-by-team previews of the women's side of the Ivy indoor track and field championships, kicking off bright and early tomorrow morning at Dartmouth.

2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins - Part II
The second half of the 2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins have completed at Penn’s Hutchinson Gym in Philadelphia. Click here for the complete results.

Ivies Secure Six Gold as Canada Takes Ice Hockey
Canada beat its American rival 2-0 to win the women's hockey gold medal in a third straight Olympics. The victory means that six Ivy League athletes will take gold medals from the Vancouver Olympics. Team USA, which has three former Ivy Leaguers on its roster, took the silver medal.

Princeton Storms to the Lead After Day One
Paced by strong swims from its senior stalwarts Alicia Aemisegger and Courtney Kilkuts, Princeton has taken control of Day One at the Women's Swimming & Diving Championships in Cambridge, Mass. Through five events, the Tigers have 390 points, followed by Yale (353) and Harvard (348).

All-Ivy Wrestling -- 2009-10
Cornell's eighth straight Ivy wrestling title has been capped with an impressive eight first team All-Ivy selections. Freshman sensation Kyle Dake, the No. 1 wrestler in the country at 141 pounds, continues the Big Red six-year trend of capturing at least a share of the Rookie of the Year award.

All-Ivy Women’s Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Cornell's banner season for women's ice hockey was capped with a Big Red sweep in the Ivy postseason awards as sophomore forward Catherine White (pic.) was named Player of the Year and freshman defenseman Lauriane Rougeau was selected Rookie of the Year.

2010 Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving Championships
Staring down the direct path of yet another vicious Nor'Easter, the 2010 Ivy League Women's Swimming & Diving Championships take place this weekend — Thursday, Feb. 25 through Saturday, Feb. 27 — at Harvard's Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass.

Indoor Heps Just Days Away
The battle for the 2010 Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships will take place this weekend — Saturday, Feb. 27 & Sunday, Feb. 28 — at Leverone Fieldhouse on the campus of Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H.

Help for Haiti
Dartmouth women’s tennis team had a lot to pack into their two mini-vans for the return trip to Hanover, N.H., from the 2010 ECAC Women’s Indoor Tennis Championship.

Cornell Cruises to Eighth Straight in Wrestling
The Big Red wrestling team pinned five of its opponents to cruise to a 44-6 victory over Harvard and winning its eighth-straight Ivy League title on Saturday. Cornell has won 43-straight Ancient Eight matches to capture its 31st conference crown.

Dartmouth's Weibrecht Stuns Field at Vancouver 2010
To some, Dartmouth's Andrew Weibrecht may have been the biggest surprise of the Olympics so far in alpine racing, but the U.S. team's most consistent and improved skier joined teammate Bode Miller on medal podium, taking a bronze in the Super-G.

2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins - Part I
The 2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins Part I is in the books. Click here for complete results and selected video clips from day one action at Newman Arena in Ithaca.

No.1 Harvard Takes Women's Squash Title with Ease
With its 7-2 victory at arch-rival Yale, the top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team won the Ivy League crown and finished the regular season with a perfect 9-0 record. The Crimson, which posted an unblemished 6-0 mark in Ivy matches, has now claimed 17 Ancient Eight titles.

Yale Cruises to Ivy Title in Men's Squash
The No. 2 Yale men's squash team defeated the No. 5 Harvard Crimson 8-1 Saturday afternoon at the Brady Squash Center to claim sole possession of the Ivy League title.

Henderson Gets the Call-Up for New Zealand
Former Dartmouth men’s soccer captain Craig Henderson '09 has been named to New Zealand’s 17-man squad for its World Cup warm up match against Mexico on March 3 in Los Angeles. It is his first call-up to New Zealand's top squad and could bode well for a spot in South Africa in June.

Ivy SAAC Making A Difference With Shoe Drive
The Ivy League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is joining forces with Dartmouth men's basketball player Herve Kouna to conduct a League-wide shoe drive that will benefit Kouna's Heart of the World project, a two-day youth camp in his native Cameroon that promotes health and education through sports.

The Ivy League Teams Up With Waterbucket Media
The Ivy League has reached an agreement with Waterbucket Media to manage the marketing rights for its 2010 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Tournaments and to assist with the broadcast arrangements, as needed. As part of this agreement, Waterbucket Media will be soliciting corporate sponsorship opportunities for both tournaments.

Leveling the Field
Former Columbia soccer player Erica Woda has used her passion for sports and giving back through education to spearhead Level the Field, a non-profit that connects Lion student-athletes with young students in the neighboring Washington Heights community.

Ted Cable
In honor of Black History Month, comes the story of former Harvard track and field athlete Ted Cable '13 - a man who made his mark on history in many ways.

Career Day
Jimmie Lee Solomon graduated from Dartmouth in 1978 only to go on to attend Harvard Law and become a high-ranking executive at Major League Baseball. The former Big Green football player and trackster recently visited his high school alma mater in rural Texas for the first time in three decades to deliver a special message.

Crimson Rising
On the eve of a pivotal early-season Ivy weekend, comes a Sports Illustrated feature by Pablo Torre on Jeremy Lin, Tommy Amaker and the rise of Harvard Crimson basketball.

Kent Austin Named 26th Football Head Coach at Cornell
Kent Austin, who spent five years as a successful coach in the Canadian Football League and the last two years as offensive coordinator at the University of Mississippi, has been named The Roger J. Weiss '61 Head Coach of Cornell Football by Andy Noel, the Meakem*Smith Director of Athletics and Physical Education.

Tiger Quartet Named to Field Hockey All-America
Four members of the Princeton field hockey team earned All-America honors when the National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced the 2009 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America Teams.

Unity Through Sport
After high school, Brown women's soccer player Katie Gannett deferred attending college right away, opting instead to travel in Central America and—upon her return to the U.S.—work for Results, a non-profit organization whose mission is to end poverty by empowering individuals to exercise their power for change. Click inside to read more.

Coach Carril & the Kids
Working with players nearly six decades his junior, former Princeton coaching legend and Hall of Famer Pete Carril faces the daunting task of teaching the young Sacramento Kings how to hoop the American Dream.

Sharpshooter
Click inside to learn more about the NCAA's leader in Division I three-point shooting percentage - Columbia sophomore guard Noruwa Agho.

Yale's Melton Honored in NCAA Black History Exhibit
Patricia Melton, a seven-time Heps champion at Yale and 2007 NCAA Silver Anniversary award recipient, is one of 22 athletes being honored in the newly-installed NCAA Hall of Champions Black History Month exhibit.

Community Service
Former Dartmouth women's soccer standout Becky Poskin spent much of her time in Hanover giving back to communities all around the world. Her efforts made her one of five finalists for the Wooden Citizenship Cup, and she will find out later today if she has won the prestigious award. Click inside for a recent feature courtesy of Poskin's hometown Kansas City Star.

Princeton Pioneers
Princeton Athletics' Black History dates back to former Tiger basketball captain Art Wilson in the 1940s, but Rick Hyde '75 and Burton Smith '77 played their parts in pioneering the Princeton golf program in the 1970s.

Reiser Selected in Women's Professional Soccer Draft
Former Columbia University women's soccer standout and 2008 Ivy League Player of the Year, Sophie Reiser was selected by the Chicago Red Stars of the Women's Professional Soccer league with the fourth pick in the fifth round (No. 42 overall).

Two Ivies Named Finalists for Wooden Citizenship Cup
Dartmouth's Becky Poskin and Harvard's Melissa Schellberg have been named national finalists for the prestigious Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup, presented to the most outstanding role model among athletes.

Harvard Duo Taken in 2010 MLS SuperDraft
A pair of Harvard soccer players were selected in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. Forward Andre Akpan was taken with 22nd by the Colorado Rapids and the Columbus Crew secured the rights to defender Kwaku Nyamekye at pick #60.

Special Service
Brown senior basketball player Matt Mullery has used his brother's reality to develop a special connection with people with special needs. Click inside to read how the All-Ivy star is raising awareness and helping the cause.

नमस्ते! Harvard: Service to India
The Harvard women's squash team is traveling to India for an 11-day training and service trip. Members of the team will be checking in to say नमस्ते! (hello) by posting regular blog entries on GoCrimson.com during their trip over the next few weeks.

Cornell's Jim Knowles to Lead Duke Defense
Jim Knowles '87 has resigned his position as The Roger J. Weiss '61 Coach of Football at Cornell and has accepted the defensive coordinator position at Duke University. He took over the position at his alma mater in January 2004, becoming the 25th head football coach at Cornell and posted a 26-34 record and a 16-26 mark in Ivy play in six years.

Bob Surace Chosen to Lead Princeton Football
Bob Surace ’90, a key member of the 1989 Ivy League champion Princeton football team, has been named the Charles W. Caldwell Jr. ’25 Head Coach of Football at Princeton University, it was announced Dec. 23 by Princeton Director of Athletics Gary Walters ’67.

MLS Taps Four from Ivy League for Player Combine
The player showcase list for the 2010 adidas MLS Player Combine has been released and includes 62 of the top players in NCAA Division I college soccer, including four players from the Ivy League. The combine will be held January 9-13 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Harvard Globetrotter
After playing basketball at Harvard for two seasons, Darryl Finkton suffered a career-halting knee injury. Had that not happened, the recent Rhodes Scholar may not have had the time to accomplish all that he has.

Seven Ivy Women Named to NSCAA All-Region Team
The All-Region Teams were released by the NSCAA and seven Ivy League women's soccer players have been named to the list. Of the players selected, three were honored with second-team accolades, while four more earned recognition on the third team.

Akpan and Keat Brace for All-American; 12 All-Region
Harvard's Andre Akpan and Dartmouth's Daniel Keat were honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America as All-America selections for the 2009-10 season. Akpan earned his third first-team selection and Keat landed a third-team nod. In all, 12 Ivy Leaguers were recognized.

Akpan Looks to Claim Hermann Trophy Glory
Harvard's Andre Akpan is one of three finalists for the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer. The finalists were determined in voting by Division I men's soccer coaches who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).

Role Player
No matter the role, Cornell’s Kevin Boothe is ready to do his part either on the football field for the New York Giants or bringing smiles to children during the holiday season.

Living a Dream
Harvard senior basketball star Jeremy Lin has the Crimson off to its best start in 25 years. As it turns out, the Palo Alto, Calif. native is living out the dream of his proud father who taught him the game after coming to America from Taiwan over 30 years ago.

Two Ivies Earn AVCA All-Region Distinction
Penn junior setter Megan Tryon and Yale senior middle blocker Cat Dailey have been recognized by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) as Honorable Mention honorees on the All-Northeast Region Team.

Yale's Stuper Named NFHCA Mideast Coach of the Year
After leading the Yale field hockey team to a 12-5 record that included a school record for Ivy League wins, Pam Stuper has been named the Dita/NFHCA Mideast Region Coach of the Year for the 2009-10 season.

McGowan Joins Ivy League Staff
Celene McGowan has been named Associate Director for Championships and Sport Administration at the Ivy League Office, beginning January 4, 2010. McGowan's appointment was announced today by Robin Harris, Executive Director of the Council of Ivy Group Presidents.

Penn Volleyball Falls to Penn State
The Quakers played one of their best matches of the season, challenging the top-ranked Nittany Lions in each of the first two sets before going down in three on Saturday night, ending their season at 23-6.

Penn Advances to NCAA Second Round
The Penn Quakers volleyball team won their first NCAA tournament match in program history, defeating Army, 3-1, to advance to the second round where they will face top-seeded and undefeated Penn State tomorrow afternoon at 5 pm.

Harvard's Akpan is a Hermann Semifinalist
Senior forward Andre Akpan of the Harvard men's soccer team has been named one of 15 semifinalists for the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer. Akpan is making his third consecutive appearance among the semifinalists.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in fall sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Penn Volleyball Open NCAAs vs. Army
The Penn volleyball team will take on Army in the first round of the NCAA tournament this Friday. They make their first appearance in the Big Dance since 2003 with a matchup against the Black Knights at 5 p.m. in University Park, Pa.

Terrapins Oust Crimson in Men's Soccer Third Round
The 10th-ranked Harvard men’s soccer team suffered a 2-0 loss to Maryland in a third-round matchup of the 2009 NCAA tournament, held Sunday before 1,926 fans at Ohiri Field. The Terps will now meet Virginia in the Elite Eight.

Brown’s Jasinowski Earns Academic All-America Honors
Brown senior right tackle Paul Jasinowski has been named second-team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

All-Ivy Football -- 2009
Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (pic.) and Penn senior linebacker Jake Lewko share the Asa S. Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League Football Player of the Year for the first time since the trophy was initiated in 1970.

Tiger Women Finish Fifth at Nationals
The Princeton Tigers finished fifth at the NCAA Women’s Cross Country Championship for the second straight year. Senior Liz Costello was the first member of the Orange and Black across the finish line, taking 18th in 20:25.

Volleyball All-Ivy -- 2009
For the first time in Ivy volleyball history one team sends four players to the first team. Leading the way for Ivy champs Penn are 2009 Player and Rookie of the Year, Elizabeth Semmens (pic.) and Lauren Martin, respectively.

Ivy Weekly Football Report 11 - 11/23
Harvard junior quarterback Collier Winters threw two touchdown passes of 32 and 41 yards in the waning moments of the fourth quarter to lead the Crimson to a 14-10 victory at Yale in the 126th playing of The Game.

Timely Carom Sends UNC Past Brown in NCAAs, 2-0
After falling behind 1-0, Brown began to find some offensive rhythm and mounted a charge to level against No. 5 North Carolina in the second round of NCAA play. But the Bears suffered a cruel twist of fate on its best opportunity, as Dylan Remick's shot caromed off the crossbar, only to initiate a successful Tar Heels counterattack in the 89th minute.

With Crimson in triumph flashing: Harvard to Sweet 16!
The 10th-seeded Harvard men’s soccer team scored twice in the second half to defeat Monmouth, 3-0, in a second-round game of the 2009 NCAA tournament Sunday afternoon. Freshman Richard Smith opened the scoring before seniors Andre Akpan (pic.) and Adam Rousmaniere put the Crimson through to face Maryland in the Sweet 16.

Perfect: Penn Wins 2009 Ivy Football Title
Penn got rushing touchdowns from Lyle Marsh and Keiffer Garton in the first half and two touchdown passes from Garton in the second half to roll 34-0 over Cornell and capture its 14th Ivy League Football title.

Ivy Football Weekend Wrap-Up - 11/21
Check out the weekend that was Ivy Football for November 21.

NFHCA Recognizes 13 Ivies for All-Region
The 2009 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-Region Field Hockey Teams were announced recently and 13 Ivy League student-athletes were recognized. Princeton, which had four first team selections, earned seven selections. Cornell and Yale, which had two first team selections, both received three nominations to the All-Region Teams.

No. 1 Maryland Outlasts Valiant Princeton Effort in FH
Princeton was down 4-1 to No. 1 Maryland after 36 minutes in National semi-final at Wake Forest's Kentner Field. After a fifteen minute flurry that saw three goals, the Tigers tied the game at 4-4 only to see the Terps seize control with three more goals to advance to the NCAA Final, 7-5.

Rosa's Golden Goal Sends Brown to Chapel Hill
Brown's Sean Rosa entered Thursday's NCAA game with four goals on the season, but none was bigger than his fifth against Stony Brook. The goal at the 103:02 mark gave the Bears a double-overtime win and a date with the University of North Carolina on Sunday afternoon.

Double-Overtime Heartbreak for Dartmouth in NCAAs
The Dartmouth men's soccer team saw its 2009 season come to a heartbreaking end tonight in double overtime at Boston College, 2-1. The Big Green opened the scoring and held much of the play, but were felled in the 103rd minute on goal from Isaac Taylor.

Bucknell Weathers Storm to Oust Princeton in MSOC
A goal by Bucknell's Brendan Burgdorf in the 69th minute made the difference, as the Princeton men's soccer team fell to Bucknell, 1-0, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday at a rain-soaked Myslik Field at Roberts Stadium.

Columbia's Reiser Earns Academic All-America Honor
For the first time in program history, a Columbia University women's soccer student-athlete has earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors, as senior Sophie Reiser was named to the third team.

Dartmouth's Henderson Earns Academic All-America
Dartmouth men’s soccer co-captain Craig Henderson has been named to CoSIDA’a ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Second Team. He improved upon an Academic All-District second team selection last season and earned Academic All-America honors for the first time in his career.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference – 11/17
This week’s Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Penn head coach Al Bagnoli (pic.) talks about his team’s chance to claim the 2009 Ivy Football title outright with a win over Cornell in the Quakers’ season finale.

All-Ivy Men's Soccer -- 2009
Harvard's Andre Akpan — a four-time All-Ivy first-team selection and the 2006 Ivy League Rookie of the Year — caps off yet another stellar campaign with the most coveted individual honor, the 2009 Player of the Year.

Ivy Volleyball Awards 11 - 11/17
Princeton senior Sheena Donohue had one of the best weekends of her career in leading the Tigers to a sweep of Harvard and Dartmouth with a pair of dominant double-doubles.

Fantastic Four into the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament
For the first time since 1977, the Ivy League will have four teams in the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament. Ivy Champion Harvard will be joined by Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton in the 48-team field, which begins on Nov. 19th.

Ivy Weekly Football Report 10 - 11/16
Penn senior quarterback Kyle Olson had a stellar day in a driving rainstorm in the Quakers’ 17-7 win over Harvard to win a share of their first Ivy title in six seasons. Olson accounted for both of Penn's touchdowns, throwing for 159 yards and a touchdown on 14-of-24 passing, while also rushing for the game-winning touchdown.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 11 - 11/16
Antoine Hoppenot had a career game in a 4-0 shutout of Yale in Princeton’s regular season finale. Hoppenot tallied his first collegiate hat trick to help the Tigers extend their unbeaten streak to seven games, which should have Jim Barlow's club poised for an at-large bid into the 2009 NCAA Tournament.

Penn Clinches Outright Volleyball Title
The Penn volleyball team clinched the Ivy title and a trip to the NCAA Championship with a 3-1 win against Dartmouth on Saturday. The victory gives the Quakers its first Ivy League championship since 2003

Princeton Bests Syracuse, 7-3; Heads to Final Four
The Princeton field hockey team continued its potent offensive play in a convincing 7-3 victory over Syracuse today at the Class of '52 Stadium. The win means that the Tigers earn a showdown against No. 1 Maryland in the NCAA Semifinals.

Harvard Takes Outright Men's Soccer Title
Needing a win to earn the Ivy League's outright title and automatic big into the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament, the Harvard Crimson turned away an inspired Penn team, 1-0, courtesy of Richard Smith's finish. In other action, Brown closed out second-place with a 3-0 win over Dartmouth.

Princeton Field Hockey Rolls in Opening Round
The Princeton field hockey team navigated its first test of the 2009 NCAA tournament with a confident 4-0 result against Stanford. The Ivy League champs will now entertain Syracuse in the quarterfinals on Sunday at 2 pm.

Ivy Football Weekend Wrap-Up - 11/14
Check out the weekend that was in Ivy Football for November 14.

Harvard Women's Soccer Falls in NCAA First Round
In the first round of the NCAA tournament, the Ivy League champion Harvard women's soccer team fell to No. 7 Boston College, the two-seed in the bracket, 1-0, in Newton, Mass.

SIRIUS Football Game of the Week Change for Nov. 14
The Ivy League Football Game of the Week for Saturday, November 14 has been changed to the Penn at Harvard game, which kicks off at Noon and can be heard on SIRIUS Channel 130.

All-Ivy Women's Field Hockey -- 2009
In 2008, Princeton's then-newcomer Katie Reinprecht made history as the first-ever freshman to earn unanimous selection as the All-Ivy Player of Year. After 13 goals and 12 assists in 2009, it doesn't appear that she wants to relinquish the title just yet.

Former Cornell Soccer Player Named NEC Commissioner
1987 Cornell graduate and former two-time women's soccer co-captain Noreen Morris has been named Commissioner of the Northeast Conference, as announced by the NEC Council of Presidents.

All-Ivy Women's Soccer -- 2009
Yale junior forward and 2009 Ivy League Player of the Year Becky Brown exploded this season for 13 goals while leading the Bulldogs to a second-place finish.

The Road to Kentner Will Go Through Princeton
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team learned it would face 14th-ranked Stanford in the opening round of the 2009 NCAA Field Hockey Tournament. The Tigers will host a regional at Class of '52 Stadium that will also feature No. 8 Syracuse and No. 9 Boston College.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference – 11/10
This week’s Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Harvard head coach Tim Murphy (pic.) talks about his team’s big matchup against fellow Ivy unbeaten Penn in Cambridge this Saturday.

Ivy Field Hockey Weekly Awards 10 - 11/10
Yale's Dinah Landshut had two goals, including the game-winner, and an assist in a 6-2 win over Brown that gave the Bulldogs a school-record six Ivy League wins. She opened the scoring and then upped Yale’s lead to 3-0 in the second half. She has eight assists and 16 points on the year for the Bulldogs.

Ivy Volleyball Weekly Awards 10 - 11/10
Penn senior Elizabeth Semmens played a huge role in the Quakers weekend sweep, including the thrilling five set comeback win over Cornell to clinch a share of Penn's first title in six years.

Penn Volleyball Clinches Share of Ivy Title
The Penn volleyball team fought back from a 2-0 deficit to take the final three sets and win their 20th match of the season. The win, coupled with Yale's loss to Dartmouth, gives Penn a share of the 2009 Ivy League title.

Harvard Women's Soccer to Face BC in NCAAs
After winning its second straight Ivy title, Harvard has advanced to the NCAA tournament for the second time in as many years and will face No. 7 Boston College, a two-seed, in the opening round of the 2009 NCAA Championship.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 10 - 11/9
With No. 11 Harvard and Columbia tied 1-1 in overtime Saturday, midfield Alex Chi lifted the Crimson to a dramatic 2-1 victory, as he buried a shot off a cross from Brian Rogers in overtime. The win kept Harvard in sole possession of first place in the Ivy League with a 4-1-1 record.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 10 - 11/9
Harvard sophomore forward Melanie Baskind scored twice, including the golden goal in overtime, lifting the Crimson to a 2-1 win over Columbia and the program's first outright Ivy title in exactly 10 years.

Ivy Weekly Football Report 9 - 11/9
Dartmouth freshman quarterback Greg Patton broke the school's single-game rushing record with 243 yards on the ground on 29 carries, plus scored both Big Green touchdowns, in a 20-17 double-overtime victory against Cornell in his first action in a collegiate varsity game.

Harvard Women Clinch Outright Soccer Title
Harvard used two Melanie Baskind goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to clinch its first outright Ivy women's soccer in a decade, as the Crimson beat Columbia 2-1.

Ivy Football Weekend Wrap-Up - 11/7
Check out the weekend that was in Ivy Football for November 7.

Princeton Skilled to Perfection in Field Hockey
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team completed its second-straight and 13th overall perfect Ivy League season as it blanked Penn 7-0 to secure a perfect 7-0 league record. The Tigers outscored Ivy opponents 46-5 on the year and now await an opponent for the NCAA Tournament.

Princeton Skilled to Perfection in Field Hockey
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team completed its second-straight and 13th overall perfect Ivy League season as it blanked Penn 7-0 to secure a perfect 7-0 league record. The Tigers outscored Ivy opponents by a combined 46-5 on the year. Princeton will now await its opponent in the NCAA tournament.

Two Ivies Named to Academic All-District Volleyball Team
Two Ivy League volleyball players have been named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District teams as voted on by members of CoSIDA. Harvard senior Lily Durwood earned second team honors, while Yale senior Cat Dailey was named to the first team.

Sibling(s) Rivalry
The 186th meeting between Harvard and Dartmouth kicked off each school's 2009-10 season in Hanover, N.H. Since that century-old rivalry began and the formal beginning of Division I play in 1948, there have been thousands of hockey games. Not one, however, can match the unofficial records established in Dartmouth's Thompson Arena on that particular Friday night.

CoSIDA Names 8 Ivies in Football All-District
The Ivy League boasted eight student-athletes on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for football announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

CoSIDA Names 8 Ivies in Football All-District
The Ivy League boasted eight student-athletes on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for football announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

All-Ivy Cross Country — 2009-10
The All-Ivy teams for men's and women's cross country were determined at the Ivy Heps Championships on Friday. Harvard junior Daniel Chenoweth (pic.) took first place in the men's race en route to a first team All-Ivy nod.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference – 11/3
This week’s Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Yale head coach Tom Williams (pic.) talks about his Bulldogs’ come-from-behind win over Columbia and previews his team’s home matchup with Brown.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 9 - 11/3
Sophomore Katie Reinprecht (pic.) had a goal and three assists to help lead Princeton to a 10-1 win over Cornell. The win clinched Princeton’s fifth-straight Ivy League championship. The Co-Player of the Week scored the game’s first goal and assisted on the team’s second, third and fifth.

CoSIDA Names 10 Ivies in Women's Soccer All-District
A total of 10 Ivy League women's soccer players have been named to the 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District women's soccer team, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

CoSIDA Names 10 Ivies in Men's Soccer All-District
The 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Teams for Men's soccer have been selected. Not surprisingly, the Ivy League — traditionally strong in the University Division selections — has put forth a formidable group of 10 candidates to this year's squads, including four first team selections.

Ivy Weekly Football Report 8 – 11/2
Harvard junior running back Gino Gordon became the first player on record in school history to total 100 rushing and 100 receiving yards in a single game in the Crimson’s 42-21 win over Dartmouth. Gordon tallied 222 yards and three touchdowns on just 12 touches, amassing all of his yardage in three quarters.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 9 - 11/2
After being shutout in its last two games, Yale needed someone to step up to salvage its season. Brad Rose, the team's leading scorer, answered the call, scoring twice in a 2-1 win over Columbia. His brace put the Bulldogs within striking distance of the League lead with two Ivy League games remaining.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 9 - 11/2
Harvard junior forward Katherine Sheeleigh scored the biggest goals of the Ivy League season, lifting the Crimson to at least a share of the Ivy title and an automatic NCAA bid with her two goals in Harvard's tight 2-1 win over Dartmouth.

Harvard Women's Soccer Clinches Share of Ivy Title
Behind two goals from junior forward Katherine Sheeleigh, the Harvard women's soccer team clinched at least a share of its second consecutive Ivy League championship with a 2-1 win over Dartmouth.

Ivy Football Weekend Wrap-Up - 10/31
Check out the weekend that was in Ivy Football for October 31.

Princeton Rolls to Fifth-Straight Field Hockey Title
The Princeton field hockey team defeated Cornell, 10-1, to clinch at least a share of its fifth consecutive Ivy League title and the League's automatic NCAA berth. It marks the Tigers' 19th overall Ivy title and 14th in the last 15 years.

Columbia Comes Through
Princeton's bid for a fourth straight men's Heps championship came to a narrow end as the Columbia Lions, led by a fifth-place finish from Brendan Martin, defeated the Tigers by a single point. The 60-61 score was the closest Heps finish since 1972.

Princeton Women Do It Again; Make History
The Princeton women's cross country team just captured its fourth consecutive Heps title with a perfect score for the first time in history. Tiger senior Liz Costello took the individual crown, becoming only the second female three-time champ ever.

Brown’s Jasinowski Named 2009 NFF Scholar-Athlete
Brown senior offensive tackle Paul Jasinowski was named a 2009 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete and one of the 16 finalists for the prestigious William V. Campbell Trophy, endowed by HealthSouth.

New Hardware for Ivy XC Champions
For the first time ever, the team champions of the Ivy League Cross Country Men's and Women's races will be able to bring back some hardware back to campus. Dedicated on May 12th, 2009, the new trophies will be up for grabs on Friday at Van Cortlandt Park. Fans of the Ivy League will surely recognize the trophy's namesakes.

Official Heps Preview
Ivy cross country Heps is here! Click inside for comprehensive team-by-team previews of tomorrow's race at New York City's Van Cortlandt Park.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 8 - 10/27
Forward Gabby Kozlowski played a huge role in helping Columbia to a 2-1 record last week. In the three games, the first-year worked her way into the starting line-up and contributed two goals and an assist for the Lions. The Rookie of the Week ranks fourth on the team with seven points on the year.

XC Heps Returns to Van Cortlandt on Friday
The Ivy League cross country championships return to New York City's historic Van Cortlandt Park this Friday, October 30, with the women's race kicking things off at 11:15 am and the men following suit at 12:15 pm. Princeton's Liz Costello looks to become the first three-time women's Heps champion in 25 years.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 8 - 10/26
Princeton goalkeeper Alyssa Pont almost single-handedly ended Harvard's six-game winning streak and grasp of first place in the Ivy standings, as the junior made 10 saves en route to the Tigers' 1-0 win in Cambridge.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 8 - 10/26
Antoine Hoppenot scored three goals to lead Princeton to a 2-0 week, as the Tigers posted wins over Colgate and nationally-ranked Harvard. He was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for his exploits that extended Princeton's unbeaten streak to four games.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 7 - 10/20
Senior Ashley McCauley had seven points over the weekend, including a pair of goals and an assist in Yale’s 5-2 win over Dartmouth that gave the Bulldogs sole possession of second place in the Ivy League. McCauley now has 24 points on the year.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 7 - 10/19
Harvard's Andre Akpan, who leads the Crimson with 21 points on eight goals and five assists, tallied one of the biggest goals of the season in a 1-0 win over #15 Brown. Akpan 43 career goals now trails Chris Ohiri ('64) by four in Harvard's all-time career mark.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 7 - 10/19
Penn's Jessica Fuccello was simply dominant this weekend, scoring three goals and dishing off an assist in the first 25 minutes of the Quakers' 5-1 win over Dartmouth.

Princeton's Bradley Leads US MNT to South Africa
In a week that saw two of its soccer players suffer serious injuries, one in an automobile accident and one in a game, the US Men earned a World Cup berth for the sixth straight time. Led by Princeton's Bob Bradley ('80), the Americans secured the top spot in the CONCACAF Region with a 3-2 win over Honduras and a 2-2 tie with Costa Rica.

Dolgikh Leads US Veterans to 10 Medals in Moscow
Cornell University women’s fencing coach Iryna Dolgikh recently traveled to Moscow, Russia, to serve as a coach of the U.S. National Veteran's Fencing Team, and helped lead the squad to 10 medals at the 2009 World Veteran Championships.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 6 - 10/13
Kat Sharkey continues to pace the League-leading Princeton Tigers. The reigning Rookie of the Year scored two goals and added an assist in split of games with top-ranked Maryland and American. She scored in a 3-2 loss at Maryland as the Tigers pushed the defending NCAA champions to overtime and had a goal and an assist in a last-minute win over American.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 6 - 10/12
Columbia sophomore striker Ashlin Yahr was huge this week, scoring in the 82nd minute to salvage a tie against Lehigh in mid-week action, before notching two much-needed goals in the Lions' big Ivy win over Penn.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 6 - 10/12
Freshman Ben Kenyon scored his first career goal in the Big Red’s 1-1 draw with No. 8 Harvard on Saturday night in Ithaca, to lift the Big Red to an early lead. Kenyon was also instrumental in keeping the Crimson scoreless until the 77th minute.

Help From Above
The Greeks learned to hate it. Aristotle wrote severely of it. Later generations, counting Shakespeare and Nietzsche among their ranks, followed suit in railing against the deus ex machina, the ancient Greek plot device in which a crane — literally, ‘the machine of God’ — would either pluck a character off the stage and out of trouble or help a god descend to the rescue. Enter Jaro Zawislan of Cornell Men's Soccer.

NL Divisional Series Has Ivy League Flavor
The St. Louis Cardinals (91-71) travel to the Los Angeles Dodgers (95-67) tonight in the opening game of the National League Divisional Series. The team that will emerge from this match-up is yet to be determined, but one thing is true: an Ivy Leaguer will be one step closer to a World Series berth upon conclusion of the best-of-five series.

Columbia Duo Shine at Fencing World Championships
Columbia senior Kurt Getz reached the top eight at the 2009 World Championships this weekend in Turkey, upsetting the world's third-ranked fencer, Richard Kruse (Great Britain), in the process. Classmate Daria Schneider reached the round of 16.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 5 - 10/6
Kat Sharkey scored a goal in each of Princeton’s wins over the weekend against Columbia and fifth-ranked Connecticut. The reigning Rookie of Year leads the Ivy League in goals (11) and total points (29) through 10 games with the Tigers.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 5 - 10/5
Dartmouth's Craig Henderson had to sit out much of the his sophomore (2006) season because of an injury sustained in the fourth game. After being granted a medical redshirt, the senior was in fine form for the Big Green, scoring twice and assisting on two goals in wins over Vermont, 3-1, and Princeton, 4-2.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 5 - 10/5
Penn sophomore Marin McDermott led the Quakers to a 3-0 week, scoring three goals on the week, including the game-winner in Penn's Ivy win over Cornell on Friday night.

NCAA Sportsmanship Award Goes to Brown's Mackiewicz
The NCAA recently announced that Brown fencer Aleksandra Mackiewicz has been chosen from to receive the organization's annual Sportsmanship Award. The Award honors student-athletes who have demonstrated one or more of the ideals of sportsmanship, including fairness, civility, honesty, unselfishness, respect and responsibility, through their actions in the competitive arena of intercollegiate athletics.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 4 - 9/29
In a 2-0 weekend for Dartmouth, Kelly Hood collected an amazing 16 points on seven goals and two assists. Against Brown in an 8-3 win, she rewrote the Ivy League single game goal record with a five-goal performance then followed up with two goals and two assists in a 4-2 win over Bryant.

Banker-Doctor
Over a decade ago, former Princeton basketball players Steve Goodrich and Gabe Lewullis (pic.) hooked up to complete one of the most memorable moments in NCAA tournament history. Since then, the two have taken very different paths to post-basketball success.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 4 - 9/28
Yale junior keeper Ayana Sumiyasu was flawless in a perfect week for the Bulldogs, as she posted two shutouts in a pair of victories, including the Ivy opener versus Princeton. Sumiyasu leads the Ivies in GAA and save percentage.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 4 - 9/28
Brown's Dylan Remick played outstanding during an extended California trip over the weekend that saw both games go to the full complement of extra-time. The freshman has played an integral role in a stingy Bruno defense that has yet to be defeated and has only surrendered three goals on the year.

Schneider Helps Presidential Pitch for Chicago 2016
Columbia senior fencer Daria Schneider was invited to the White House last week in support of Chicago's bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics. She and fellow U.S. National team member Tim Morehouse put on a fencing exhibition at the White House for President Barack Obama.

Protection Project
Hall-of-Famer Mark Messier spoke to Harvard Men's ice hockey team members about a collaboration aimed at addressing concussions. The campaign is an all-encompassing grassroots and educational initiative which aims to change priorities in the sport by encouraging athletes to play smart and choose the best protective equipment.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 3 - 9/22
Catie De Stio provided all of the Big Red’s offense this past weekend as Cornell picked up a pair of wins over Penn and Lehigh. Against the Quakers, she scored all three goals, on five total shots, including the 3-2 overtime game-winner. Versus the Mountainhawks, the junior scored the lone goal of the game.

Tass to Compete in Fencing World Championships
Brown University's Atilio Tass will travel to Moscow this week to compete in the 2009 FIE Veterans World Championships. The leader of Brown fencing qualified for the Men's Sabre 50-59 division by competing in three prerequisite events.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 3 - 9/21
Dartmouth junior Daniel Keat kept up his stellar play with a five point weekend at the San Diego Nike Classic. He was named to the all-tournament team after tallying two goals and an assist in a 1-1 weekend in which the #5 Big Green defeated San Diego and fell to #18 Loyola Marymount.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 3 - 9/21
Penn senior Jessica Fuccello had a performance for the ages, scoring three goals in a span of 8:16 to lead the Quakers back from a 3-0 deficit and salvage a 3-3 tie with previously 7-1 Georgetown.

The Ivy League Mourns Passing of NCAA's Myles Brand
The Ivy League mourns the passing of NCAA President Myles Brand, who died Wednesday from a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer.

Baltusrol to Host 2010 Ivy Golf Championships
The Ivy League office announced today that the 2010 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships will be played April 23-25 at the world-renowned Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J.

Shot at Change
Princeton shot putter and Heps champion Eric Plummer is an imposing figure. But the Tiger senior also has a huge heart, as shown by his dedication to social activism and work for change in the local Princeton community.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 2 - 9/15
Chloe Keating totaled three goals and three assists to lead the Harvard Crimson to two wins this week. The junior had a hand in each of Harvard's goals in a 4-1 win against UC Davis, scoring twice in the first half and assisting both in the second. She also had a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over Bryant.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 2 - 9/14
Ivy Rookie of the Week Aurelia Solomon helped Dartmouth to two huge victories, including a 1-0 upset of No. 12 West Virginia, en route to winning the Nike Virginia Classic. She tallied the game-winning assist in an overtime win over Seton Hall.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 2 - 9/14
Harvard's Austin Harms improved to 4-0 this season with a 1-0 shutout win over No. 14 Boston University and a 4-0 win against Army this week. Against the Terriers, he earned his second shutout of the year, making three saves to preserve the upset. His six saves against the Black Knights have helped Harvard to its best start since 2007.

Sport and Service
Former Cornell hockey player Ken Dryden (pic.) and Princeton basketball player Bill Bradley are two of the Ivy League's all-time greatest athletes and most distinguished alums. The pair recently headlined a panel discussion titled “Lives on the Run: Sports, Service and Leadership” held on the Cornell campus.

NCAA DI SAAC Announces Nine New Members
The NCAA Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) recently welcomed new members whose terms begin this month - Columbia junior tennis player Natalia Christenson represents the Ivy League.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 1 - 9/8
Cornell's Kelley Kantarian (pic.) registered seven points as she helped the Big Red get off to a 2-0 start with victories over Davidson and Georgetown. She joins Princeton's Kat Sharkey — who also scored three goals on the weekend, including the game-winner over No. 18 Ohio State — as Co-Players of the Week.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 1 - 9/8
Josh Walburn (pic.) led Princeton in scoring, as the Tigers opened the season 2-0. A defender, Walburn scored three of Princeton’s four goals to help the team to its best start since 2001. He shares Player of the Week honors with Harvard's Andre Akpan, who broke the 100-point barrier for his career.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 1 - 9/8
Penn senior forward Jessica Fuccello powered the Quakers to a perfect 2-0 start with a performance that included a school-record four goals in the Penn win versus La Salle.

Difference Maker
Karlee Blank is used to making saves. As a first-year on the Columbia women's lacrosse team, Blank was one of two goalies who helped the Lions set a program record in wins. But in the summer following her rookie season, she added a different kind of save to her resume: saving the planet.

Swanepoel Named Lions First-Ever Varsity Squash Coach
Jacques Swanepoel has been named the first-ever Head Coach of Squash at Columbia University, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education, announced Monday. The men and women’s squash programs will begin varsity competition in Fall 2011.

Tampa Bay Rays Again Look to Perez with Déjà vu Hopes
Former Columbia outfielder Fernando Perez ('04) is among four players the American League (AL) champion Tampa Bay Rays have recalled from AAA Durham on Tuesday. Along with pitchers Andy Sonnanstine and Jeff Bennett and catcher Shawn Riggans, Perez will join the Rays before they host Boston with AL Wild Card implications on the line.

Six Tipped for Lowe's Senior CLASS Award in Soccer
Six Ivy Leaguers, including 2008 Ivy Players of the Year — Craig Henderson (Dartmouth) and Sophie Reiser (Columbia) — have been named to the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award for Men's and Women's Soccer. In total, two male athletes and four female athletes have earned candidate nods for 2009.

Two Ivies Named Preseason All-America
Harvard's Andre Akpan and Dartmouth's Craig Henderson have been selected as preseason first team All-America selections by Soccer America. The distinction is Akpan's third consecutive, whereas Henderson is receiving his first. Both players were unanimous All-Ivy selections in 2008.

Greg Myhr Named Penn Men's Heavyweight Rowing Coach
Penns director of athletics Steve Bilskyannounced the hiring of Greg Myhr as the Nicholas B. Paumgarten Head Coach of the Quakers' men's heavyweight crew.

"Bones" on Haggling
Former Princeton basketball player and current Time Magazine scribe Sean Gregory has stepped inside the ring to spar with Oscar De La Hoya and on the court to go one-on-one against Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. Now, the man Pete Carrill nicknamed "Bones" as a player, recently stepped outside the realm of sports, appearing on NBC's Today Show to talk about the art of haggling in retail stores.

The Miracle on Morningside
The 1976 Columbia baseball team began the year with nowhere to go but up. The Lions had finished the 1975 Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League season — consisting of the eight Ivies plus Army and Navy — with a league-worst record of 3–10–1. Although most expected better, a championship was not realistic. Then Rolando Acosta ('79, '82L) arrived on Morningside.

Quick Study
Former Princeton two-sport standout Will Venable has put the use of his degree in anthropology on hold while he pursues a vocation in a field of an entirely different sort - starting right fielder for the San Diego Padres.

Akpan on Hermann's Radar Again
Harvard's Andre Akpan has been named to the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy Watch List, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has announced. Akpan, making his second appearance on the list, is the only Ivy League athlete of the 48 Division I Men’s soccer players recognized.

Princeton to host 2010 Div. I Men’s Lacrosse Quarters
The NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Committee has selected Princeton and Stony Brook to host the 2010 Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship quarterfinal rounds on May 22 or 23.

Inside Lacrosse Sessions
Over the course of the past month, Inside Lacrosse has caught up with some of college lacrosse's brightest stars as part of their weekly Summer Session Podcasts. Three Ivy laxers made the cut.

One-in-a-Million
Little more than a year ago, Dartmouth's Evelyn Stevens ('05) was just another associate on Wall Street, doing 50-hour weeks with an investment fund and trying to stay in shape by sneaking the occasional jog. Then the former Big Green tennis player bought a bike, and her world changed.

Celebrating Womyn
Angela Jimenez is an accomplished photojournalist who's latest project — Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival — is a remarkably intimate portrait of shared ritual and camaraderie, but one that could only come about with unusual circumstances and departures from more usual journalistic practice.

Cornell's Dolgikh to Lead US National Veterans
Cornell University women’s fencing coach Iryna Dolgikh has been named a coach of the US National Veteran's Fencing Team, as it prepares for the World Championship in Moscow, Russia. The tournament takes place from Sept. 23-27, 2009.

Big Red in Kenya Follow-up
Earlier in the summer, we brought you the story of Cornell assistant track coach Kevin Thompson, and his mission of bringing members of the Big Red track team to launch service projects in Kenya in conjunction with his non-profit Cross World Africa, Inc. The Cornell Chronicle recently featured a piece on the 10-day trip.

Eleven Lions Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars
The selections for the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars have been named and 11 Columbia student-athletes have been chosen. Five Lions were named to the first team for their respective sports, four to the second team, and one each to the third team and honorable mention for the 2009 award.

Penn Names Mike Murphy Head Men's Lacrosse Coach
The University of Pennsylvania’s director of athletics, Steve Bilsky, has announced the hiring of Mike Murphy as head coach of the Penn men’s lacrosse program.

Adaptive Volunteering
Harvard football players took to the river last weekend with a volunteer effort in conjunction with AccesSportAmerica, a national non-profit organization that inspires higher function and fitness for children and adults living with disabilities through high-challenge sports.

Award Winning Proposal:
Coaches across Continents

Coaches across Continents, with the help of Harvard's Seamus Malin (’62) and Nick Gates (’91), received the Best New Project Award at the prestigious Beyond Sport Awards. Personalities from the world of business, politics and sport made up the 500-person room including Sir Tony Blair, Desmond Tutu, Ian Thorpe and Michael Johnson.

Brower Repeats as IWLCA Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year
Penn women's lacrosse head coach Karin Brower was named the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year for a second consecutive year. She led the Quakers to a 15-3 record and nearly ended Northwestern's march to a fifth-straight national title.

Jumping Around
Fresh off the jump of his life and a national title at last weekend's USATF Club Championships, former Harvard triple jump standout Samyr Laine is gearing up to represent Haiti in August's World Championships in Berlin, while balancing his studies at Georgetown law school.

Model of Consistency
When Princeton's Bob Bradley ('80) took over the role of coaching the United States men's soccer team from Bruce Arena in the fall of 2006, words fail to describe the size of shoes he needed to fill. He has responded beautifully.

Taking Down Cancer
Cornell's Adam Frey fought valiantly against his hardest opponent ever, surrounded by people willing to help him. Frey passed away on December 26th, 2009, after a 21-month battle with stage III germ-cell cancer. His legacy endures at the Adam Frey Foundation.

Harvard's Murphy Helps USA to University Games Gold
Harvard Men’s swimming & diving head coach Tim Murphy recently served as an assistant coach of Team USA at the 2009 World University Games, and helped the American squad win 26 medals during the weeklong event in Belgrade, Serbia.

Tewaaraton Award Presentation Show Available Online
Video from May's Tewaaraton Award Presentation Show -- where Cornell senior Max Seibald took home college lacrosse's most prestigious award -- is now available online.

Harvard's Fucito Inks Deal with Seattle Sounders FC
Former Harvard All-America forward Michael Fucito ’09 has signed a professional contract with the Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer. Fucito, a fourth-round selection in the 2009 MLS SuperDraft in January, was taken 46th overall.

Columbia's Blackett Named Administrator of the Year
Columbia's Jacqueline Blackett has been informally honored by countless student-athletes and alumni for her work as an athletics administrator over a 14-year career. Her impact is now nationally known as she was named the Jostens Administrator of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA).

Chris Bates Named Men's Lacrosse Coach At Princeton
Chris Bates, who has spent the last 10 years as the head coach at Drexel University, has become the 10th head men's lacrosse at Princeton University. He replaces Hall of Fame coach Bill Tierney, who left to become the head coach at Denver.

Ivies Fare Well at USA Championships
Six former Ivy athletes finished in the top six at last weekend's USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., including Princeton grad Tora Harris (pic.), who won the national title in the high jump.

Ivies Lead U.S. to World Championship in Lacrosse
The United States held off a furious charge from Australia to win the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup, 8-7. USA held an 8-4 advantage before a three-goal flurry finished the game. In the two games with the Aussies, the Americans had a victory margin of just two goals. Canada finished third.

Britannia, Ruled!: Ivies Help U.S. Into FIL Final
A strong Ivy League contingent was once again in full-force as the United States ripped England, 20-3, to advance to the finals of the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup. With six goals from the Ancient Eight, the Americans earned a title date with Australia, which outlasted Canada, 12-10.

Ivies Past & Present to Compete in USA Championships
A total of 19 current or former Ivy Leaguers will be competing at the 2009 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships beginning tomorrow at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

Seven Ivies in Action at FIL Women's World Cup
Seven women with ties to the Ivy League either as players or as coaches are in action in Prague, Czech Republic for the Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup. Five of the seven were in action as top-seeded USA defeated defending champion Australia, 10-9, in pool play.

Cornell's Tambroni Named USILA Coach of the Year
After taking his team within seconds of a national title, Cornell head men's lacrosse coach Jeff Tambroni has won the Morris Touchstone Award as the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s Coach of the Year.

Big Red in Kenya
After making a splash at the NCAAs in Arkansas with two All-American performances last weekend, it’s on to Kenya, where the ‘Big Red Travel Team’ will launch projects designed to bring opportunities to Kenyan youth and their families.

Three Ivy Tracksters Earn Academic All-American Honors
A total of three Ivy League track and field athletes have earned ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America status.

Yale 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Yale's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Princeton 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Princeton's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Penn 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Penn's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Dartmouth '09 Athletic Awards
Here are Dartmouth's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Cornell 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Cornell's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Columbia 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Columbia's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Harvard 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Harvard's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Brown 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Brown's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

2009 Ivy Athletic Awards
Every year, about this time, we bring you the senior awardwinners from the eight schools. The 2009 list is filled with household names and a large contingent of former and current Academic All-Ivy selections. In total, 30 student-athletes were recognized.

Course At Yale to Host 2010 NCAA Men's Golf Regional
The Course At Yale, recently voted the No. 1 college course in the United States, has been selected as one of six regional sites for the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship.

Seven Ivies Become Track & Field All-Americans
Seven Ivy League track and field student-athletes earned All-America status at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships held at McDonnell Field on the University of Arkansas campus.

CoSIDA Names Six Ivies Academic All-Americans
Dotting some impressive Ivy resumes, Brown's Dan Ricketts and Columbia's Jeff Spear can now add ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Men's at-large first team. In all, six Ivy student-athletes were named at-large Academic All-Americans.

Pressing for a Cause
Harvard Student-Athlete Advisory Committee "pressed" to raise money for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.

Ivy Tracksters Set for NCAA Nationals
Eighteen of the 23 Ivy Leaguers slated to compete at the NCAA Track & Field Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., begin their quests for championships and All-America status today. Click inside for all the details.

GCAA Tabs Six Ivies to PING All-Northeast Team
The Golf Coaches Association of America recently announced selections for 2009 All-Region and All-America teams. In all, six Ivy League Men's golfers were named to the PING All-Northeast team, including Dartmouth freshman Peter Williamson, the 2009 Ivy League Men's champion.

Princeton's Hale Selected by Atlanta in Third Round
David Hale left Georgia three years ago to play baseball at Princeton. In the third round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft, he learned that the next step in baseball jersey could potentially bring him full-circle as his hometown Atlanta Braves selected him 87th overall.

Tiger's Schwab Named IWLCA Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Kristin Schwab of the Princeton women’s lacrosse team has been named the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Scholar-Athlete of the Year, it was announced by the organization.

Brimming with Intelligence
While milling around before a game, Ross Ohlendorf (Princeton '06) stood at his locker and discussed his senior thesis — the investment and financial return of signing players in the June amateur draft. It may have been the first time such a topic was discussed in a baseball clubhouse.

Bill Tierney Leaves Princeton to Take Head Job at Denver
After 22 seasons, 14 Ivy League titles and six NCAA championships, Bill Tierney has resigned as head coach of Princeton men's lacrosse to take the same position at the University of Denver.

Starfish Africa
When former Princeton soccer player and current U.S. marine Peter Kingston hasn't been busy serving our nation in Iraq, he's been in Africa working hard to help give hope to a new generation of bright leaders, through education and community service.

Dartmouth Duo Named Freshman All-America
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper announced its Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America selections recently and shortstop Joe Sclafani (pictured) and pitcher Kyle Hendricks of the Dartmouth Big Green were among those honored by the publication.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in spring sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Racing to the Show
Columbia's Fernando Perez ’04 figured he should chew gum. That was what big leaguers did, right? That was how guys handled the ninth inning of the World Series’ deciding game, right?

Billy Ball
Bill O'Brien has been praised as a good teammate and great leader going back to his days as a Brown football player in the early 1990's. Today, the former Bear has translated those skills into the coaching profession, as he looks to guide one of the most potent offenses in the NFL.

Ivies Advance to Track & Field Nationals
Seventeen of the 100 Ivy athletes competing at the NCAA East Regional Track & Field Championship, punched an automatic ticket to the NCAA Championships (June 10-13) while others will be waiting to see if they are granted at-large entries.

Ivies Fare Well in Women's Lacrosse Awards
The IWLCA and US Lacrosse have honored 48 student-athletes in Division I with a selection on one of the All-American teams. Six student-athletes, including two first-team selections, lead the charge for the Ivy League. The League also had 20 players selected to IWLCA Regional teams for the 2008-09 season.

Dartmouth's Season Ends as Kansas' Bats Explode
Zac Elgie drove in six runs and belted a grand slam to lead the third-seeded Kansas Jayhawks to a 16-0 victory over Dartmouth at the Chapel Hill Regional on Saturday at Boshamer Stadium. Dartmouth finishes the season with 27 wins and 18 losses.

Dartmouth Falls to UNC in Regional Opener
Seventh-ranked North Carolina turned a season-high four double plays to keep Dartmouth from pulling off the upset in the first round of the NCAA Regional in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Tar Heels won the opener, 5-2. Dartmouth will face Kansas in an elimination game at 1pm Saturday.

Max Seibald Wins Tewaaraton Trophy
Cornell senior men's lacrosse player Max Seibald has been named the winner of the 2009 Tewaaraton Trophy, the premier award in collegiate lacrosse. He becomes Cornell’s first recipient of the award.

Ivy Laxers Pile Up National Honors
Fourteen Ivy men's lacrosse players have been named All-Americans, as announced by the USILA, headlined by Goalie of the Year Jordan Burke of Brown, and Midfielder and Player of the Year Max Seibald (pic.) of Cornell.

Ivy Tracksters Head to NCAA Regionals
More than 100 Ivy League athletes have been confirmed to participate in the NCAA East Regional Track & Field Championship at North Carolina A&T’s Irwin Belk Track in Greensboro, N.C., on Friday and Saturday (May 29 & 30).

Cornell Falls in National Final
After controlling much of the game, Cornell surrendered a 9-6 lead in the final 5:31 of regulation, as the Big Red would go on to suffer a devastating 10-9 overtime loss to Syracuse in the men's lacrosse National Final.

Dartmouth Earns Baseball Berth in Chapel Hill Region
Dartmouth will open up against No. 4 North Carolina in the 2009 NCAA Baseball Regional at Chapel Hill, N.C. Kansas and Coastal Carolina complete this very difficult and potent region. Play for the Big Green will begin on Friday, May 29th.

Cornell Steamrolls No. 1 Virginia; Earns Title Shot
Cornell used three goals from both Rob Pannell and Ryan Hurley to run away from Virginia, 15-6 in the Men's Lacrosse National Semi-final. The Big Red will now face in-state rival Syracuse in the NCAA Championship game on Monday.

HEARTBROKEN: Quakers Fall in NCAA Lacrosse Semis
In a two-overtime classic, the Penn women's lacrosse team fell to undefeated Northwestern, 13-12, in an NCAA semifinal matchup at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson, Md. The Quakers rallied from four goals down in the final seven minutes to send the game into overtime.

Beating the Odds
On the eve of Cornell's Final Four bout with top-ranked Virginia, a video feature on the Big Red's inspirational leader — senior Alex Cocoziello.

Cornell Set for Championship Showdown
Check inside for all the game details, features and photos as the Cornell men's lacrosse team gears up to take on top-ranked Syracuse for the national title now! ... LIVE VIDEO | LIVE STATS

Class on the Grass
A self-admitted perfectionist, Emily Balmert keeps carding milestones for Harvard Golf. As a freshman, she became the first Harvard woman to win the Ivy League individual golf championship, and has been a vital part of the changing of the guard in the sport.

"Row Like Helen Win"
There is a story in Princeton rowing lore that boils down to this: An alumnus once went to Western Union to wire encouragement to the team, but the operator refused to transmit it. Find out why and what it has to do with Erin Rosenbaum ('11).

Five Ivy Teams to Compete at NCAA Rowing Championships
The Ivy League boasts an all-time-high five teams that will compete in the 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships to be held May 29-31 at the Cooper River Park in Cherry Hill, N.J.

All-Ivy Outdoor Track & Field -- 2009
Brown sophomore thrower and Heps Female Athlete of the Meet Brynn Smith headlines this year's team as the only double winner on the women's side, after taking home the shot and hammer at Outdoor Heps in Philadelphia.

Cornell Outlasts Princeton, On to Final Four
For the second time this season, Ivy co-champs Cornell and Princeton battled it out, with the Big Red besting the Tigers once again, 6-4, in front of more than 11,000 at Hofstra.

HEARTBREAKERS! Dream Quakers! Penn to Final Four!
Penn scored with five seconds remaining in overtime to defeat Duke, 10-9, and advance to the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Final Four for the third consecutive year. The Quakers now face #1 Northwestern, a 16-9 winner over Princeton.

All-Ivy Baseball -- 2009
Ending a 22-year title drought, Dartmouth earned the League's automatic bid to the NCAA Baseball Tournament. The Big Green also cleaned up in All-Ivy awards, as Nick Santomauro (pic.) won the Player of the Year and Joe Sclafani earned Rookie of the Year, both in unanimous votes by League coaches.

Yale's John Stuper Joins NCAA.com Baseball Chat
The NCAA.com Baseball Chat Series continues on Thursday afternoon at 4pm ET with Yale coach John Stuper as the special guest. Coach Stuper is the third of four current college coaches joining the chat initiative this season.

Princeton Beats UMass to Advance to NCAA Quarters
The Princeton men's lacrosse team used a career-high five goals from senior Mark Kovler to sprint past UMass, 10-7, and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals where they will face Ivy foe Cornell next week on Long Island.

Princeton Women, Cornell Men Claim Heps Titles
The Princeton women ended seven years of Cornell dominance to claim its first outdoor title in 20 years, while the Big Red men won its seventh straight Heps team championship today at historic Franklin Field.

Penn and Princeton Advance in WLAX
Both Penn and Princeton opened up Ivy League play today and both squads earned a spot in the quarterfinals. Penn turned back a valiant effort from Fairfield, 10-8, while Princeton disposed of Georgetown, 15-9. The Quakers entertain Duke and the Tigers travel to #1 Northwestern in the next round.

Cornell Advances to NCAA Quarterfinals
The Cornell men's lacrosse team got a hat trick from Ivy Rookie of the Year Rob Pannell, as the Big Red advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals with an 11-8 victory over Hofstra on Saturday evening at Schoellkopf Field.

Brown Lax Season Ends in Heartbreaker
Brown and Johns Hopkins battled toe-to-toe for 60 minutes, but the Blue Jays scored 36 seconds into overtime to lead Hopkins to a 12-11 win over the Bears in the first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship.

Seibald Named Tewaaraton Trophy Finalist
Four-time men's lacrosse first team All-Ivy Max Seibald of Cornell has been named one of five finalists for the 2009 Tewaaraton Trophy, as was announced by the Tewaaraton Award Foundation.

Murphy's law: Excel
Columbia Athletics Director M. Dianne Murphy has always surrounded herself with people who care about each other and the work they do. It has propelled her to be one of the few female directors in Division I, but also exceedingly successful at the job.

Ivies Score High Yet Again
After having the highest scores in the NCAA's APR ratings two weeks ago, the Ivy League has scored big again as the NCAA has released its sport-by-sport progress report today. Of the Ivy sports that are also NCAA sports, the League has the nation's top APR average in nearly 70 percent (20 of 29).

All-Ivy Women's Lacrosse -- 2009
Penn's Emma Spiro (pic.) and Princeton's Holly McGarvie headline this year's All-Ivy after being selected Co-Players of the Year. Penn led with four first-teamers, and also had the Rookie of the Year with freshman Erin Brennan.

Columbia Celebrates 25 Years of Women’s Sports
Columbia concluded its year-long celebration of the Silver Anniversary of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium paid tribute to the administrators, coaches and student-athletes who have brought distinction to Columbia Athletics.

All-Ivy Men's Lacrosse -- 2009
Brown's Jordan Burke headlines this year's All-Ivy team, as the senior goalie becomes the first player in Ivy lacrosse history to win back-to-back Player of the Year awards. Cornell led all schools with four first-teamers, while Princeton had three.

Ivy Tracksters Convene for Heps, Philly Style
The battle for the 2009 Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships will take place this weekend — May 9-10 — at Franklin Field on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa.

Dartmouth Cruises to Baseball Championship
Led by a strong pitching performance from freshman Kyle Hendricks, Dartmouth rolled to a 10-0 win in the Ivy Baseball Championship. The Big Green were led on offense by two towering home runs from Johnathon Santopadre, who had four RBIs in the game. Jim Wren also had four RBIs on the day for the Big Green.

Cornell and Dartmouth All-Square on Diamond
The 2009 Ivy Baseball Championship will be decided in the third game of a best-of-three series on Sunday, May 3rd at 1 pm. Dartmouth took the opening game 8-6, before Cornell forced the deciding game with a 14-12 win. The winner will be the Ivy League Champion and the representative at the NCAAs.

Cornell Emerges in Gehrig Divisional Playoff
Cornell used a flurry of offense in the early innings and strong pitching throughout to defeat Princeton, 9-0, in the Gehrig Divisional Playoff. Corey Pappel opened the game and went six strong innings, striking out 11 and allowing just two hits. The Big Red will now travel to Dartmouth for the best-of-three Ivy League Baseball Championship.

All-Ivy Men's Golf -- 2009
Freshman Peter Williamson became the fourth Dartmouth golfer to win the men's golf title by claiming the 2009 Ivy League Men’s Golf Championship in a three-hole playoff. His play earned both Player and Rookie of the Year awards.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 9 - 4/28
Cornell's Nate David hit .533 on the week to lead the Big Red to a share of the Gehrig Division crown. The junior's résumé included a grand slam in a midweek clash and several clutch performances to earn a Divisional playoff rematch with Princeton.

All-Ivy Women's Golf -- 2009
Princeton senior Susannah Aboff (pic.) took home her second straight Ivy League Women's Golf individual title and the inaugural Ivy Player of the Year award, while fourth-place finisher Christine Cho of Harvard was voted Ivy Rookie of the Year.

Columbia Men WIn Second Golf Title in a Row
The Columbia men's golf team won its second straight consecutive Ivy title, coming from behind to edge Penn by one stroke. Dartmouth's Peter Williamson won the individual title in thrilling fashion, beating Princeton's Eric Salazar in a three-hole playoff.

Harvard Women Claim Second Straight Golf Title
The Harvard women's golf team captured its second Ivy League championship in as many years, holding on to win by two strokes over second-place Yale. Princeton's Susannah Aboff won her second straight individual title.

Dartmouth and Harvard Surge at Day Two
Day Two at the Ivy Golf Championships saw the Dartmouth men surge ahead to come within two strokes of Penn, while the Harvard women opened up their lead to eight strokes over second-place Yale.

Penn Men and Harvard Women Lead After Day One
After the first round of the Ivy Golf Championships, the Penn men hold a six-stroke lead over Columbia, while the Harvard women lead by just two stokes over Yale.

Ivy Men's and Women's Golf Converge on Atlantic City
The 2009 Ivy League Men's and Women's Golf Championships will unite under the Atlantic City C.C. banner this weekend in a new format that extends the competition to a third day. Action will consist of a single 18-hole championship round per day, starting Friday, April 24 at 7:30 a.m. and finishing Sunday.

Harvard Collects Shoes to Reuse
Harvard student-athletes collected over 250 pairs of shoes during the month of March in its first annual Reuse-a-shoe campaign.

Yale Works To “Save a Life”
Led by its football and women’s ice hockey teams, Yale Department of Athletics will conduct a marrow donor testing drive is part of the “Get in the Game. Save a Life.” campaign by the National Marrow Donor Program.

Ivy Student-Athletes On Top Again
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nation’s most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in today's official NCAA release, with 144 Ivy teams recognized.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 8 - 4/21
Dartmouth's Mike Pagliarulo found his power stroke this week, blasting four home runs (including a grand slam) in the five games he started while driving in a team-high 11 runs. For the week, he hit .381 with seven runs scored.

Max Seibald Video Feature
On the eve of the pivotal matchup between a pair of Ivy unbeatens — top-ranked Princeton and No. 5 Cornell — Big Red senior Max Seibald has been featured as part of ESPNU's Campus Connection. Click inside for the video link.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 7 - 4/15
Joe Sclafani continued his torrid hitting this week, hitting .522 with four multi-hit games, two doubles, three triples, seven runs and eight RBIs in Dartmouth's five games. The reigning Rookie of the Week reclaims the award for this week and adds Player of the Week honors to his Ivy League résumé.

Six Ivies Earn MLB Appointments as 2009 Season Starts
Six former Ivy Leaguers have been named to various rosters across the Major League Baseball landscape for 2009 season, which began over the weekend as the 2008 World Champion Philadelphia Phillies entertained the Atlanta Braves.

Hey There...Again
Columbia grad Delilah DiCrescenzo is a three-time Heps champion who was also the inspiration for a Grammy-nominated song. The former All-American steeplechaser is back in Morningside Heights as a coach and graduate student, while continuing to run professionally.

Beautifying Trenton
A group of more than 120 Princeton student-athletes recently spent time working in conjunction with the Princeton Varsity Club and Isles, Inc., on a rebuilding and beautification project in Trenton.

Ivy League Weekly Baseball Awards 6 - 4/7
Brown's Matt Kimball has simply been lights out recently, giving up just a single earned run in the four games that he pitched last week. The sophomore got a win and recorded two saves on the week, upping his season total to five saves.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 5 - 4/1
Nick Santomauro led Dartmouth to five victories last week, including four in Ivy play, by hitting .560 with eight RBIs. The senior was extra-potent against Ivy pitching, hitting for a .688 average (11-of-16) with three home runs as the Big Green swept doubleheaders on the road at Penn and Columbia.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

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Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 4 - 3/24
Harvard's Matt Rogers was a shining star for a Crimson team that endured a tough week of action. The senior batted .600 (9-15) with three doubles and three RBI in four starts against Centenary to take Player of the Week honors.

The Last 42
He's the Mariano Rivera of Princeton Athletics, the last Tiger to ever don the uniform number 42. Click inside to read Jerry Price's feature on Princeton men's lacrosse tri-captain Greg Seaman.

Nickerson Wins National Title at 125 lbs.
Three time All-American Troy Nickerson won the 2009 NCAA championship at 125 pounds on Saturday night with a 2-1 tie breaker win over Paul Donahoe of Edinboro. Nickerson previously placed third and second in 2007 and 2006 respectively. The Big Red finished in fifth place as a team.

Cornell's Nickerson Goes For NCAA Wrestling Title
Big Red wrestling's Troy Nickerson has advanced to his second career finals at the NCAA tournament. Nickerson defeated the defending champion Angel Escobedo of Indiana in the semifinals at 125 pounds. Cornell sits in sixth place as a team, only a half a point out of fifth.

Ivies Wrestling Well at NCAAs
After a full day of competition has been completed in St. Louis, Mo., the 20 Ivy League wrestlers have been pared down considerably. However, a handful of athletes are still competing for All-America status and individual titles.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 3 - 3/17
After a week that saw plenty of rain outs for Ivy teams, Penn emerged unscathed and used the nice weather in Florida to improve to 6-5 on the year. The Quakers success was due in large part to a trio of players who had outstanding trips, but none more so than Jeremy Maas, who hit .516 at the plate.

Three Ivies Earn All-America Status at Indoor Nationals
Three of the five Ivy Leaguers competing at last weekend's NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships came home with All-America honors, including Cornell's Jeomi Maduka, who earned the honor in two events.

Field Set for Arch Madness; 20 Ivies Get Invites
The NCAA recently announced 52 at-large selections to the 2009 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. Four Ivy Leaguers earned selections via this process and will join the 16 automatic qualifiers in St. Louis, Mo. for the Championships. Action for all 330 wrestlers in the field begins March 19th.

A David Amongst Goliaths
Dan Ackman of The Wall Street Journal recently did a feature story on the Cornell University wrestling program in preparation for the march to Arch Madness in St. Louis, Mo. on March 19th. Could this be the year for a team title?

All in the Family
The Dartmouth men's hockey team probably has more of a family feel than you may expect, with head coach Bob Gaudet '81 coaching his two sons, Joey '10 and Jimmy '12. Click inside for Bruce Wood's piece on Hanover's hockey family.

The Eyes of Texas Are Upon Them
Five Ivy Leaguers, including Harvard high jumper Becky Christensen (pic.) will compete in the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships, scheduled for this weekend at the McFerrin Athletic Center in College Station, Texas.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards - 2 - 3/10
Princeton's Brian Berkowitz enjoyed a nice series against William & Mary over the weekend. The junior outfielder hit .462. Two of the six hits were home runs, including a grand slam in the third game. He finished with seven RBI.

All-Ivy Men's Swimming & Diving -- 2008-09
Yale's Alex Righi won 11 of 12 total career individual races in EISL/Ivy League championship competition. The senior took home Swimmer of the Meet and Career Points Leader at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships. The following earned All-Ivy status.

Princeton Men Claim 18th Swimming & Diving Title
Led by thrilling wins by Jonathan Christensen, Doug Lennox and Daniel Dickerson, the Princeton men's swimming and diving team completed a brilliant team season with a wire-to-wire victory at the 2009 Ivy Championships.

Cornell Takes Down Third-Straight EIWA Title
Cornell wrestling won its third-straight EIWA tournament on Sunday evening and crowned four individual champions at the meet. Additionally, the Big Red had seven automatic NCAA tournament qualifiers.

All-Ivy Squash -- 2008-09
Penn national finalist Kristen Lange was named as the Ivy League's women's squash Most Outstanding Player while highly decorated Princeton senior Mauricio Sanchez earned the honor for the men for the third straight year.

Campbell-McGovern Honored by WBCA
Ivy League senior associate director Carolyn Campbell-McGovern has been named the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s 2009 Administrator of the Year Award for her excellence in athletic administration.

All-Ivy Indoor Track & Field -- 2008-09
Cornell's Jeomi Maduka leads this year's indoor track and field All-Ivy team after winning four events at Heps this weekend in Cambridge, Mass.

All Systems Go for Men's Ivy League Swimming & Diving
The Ivy League Men's Swimming and Diving Championships conclude Saturday at Princeton's DeNunzio Pool. The blog is now live and all other info can be found inside.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 1 - 3/3
Matt Hill got the start in game one for Cornell and showed why he’s the ace of the staff, as he worked a complete-game shutout over Navy. The junior worked seven innings, allowing just two hits and a pair of walks while striking out three.

All-Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving -- 2008-09
The Harvard Crimson took the Frank Keefe Trophy at the Ivy League Women's Swimming and Diving Championship on Feb. 26-28, 2009. The following earned All-Ivy status at the meet.

Big Red Sweep Indoor Heps Titles
The Cornell Big Red have done it again, winning both the men’s and women’s championships at the Ivy League Heptagonals Indoor Track & Field Championships in Cambridge, Mass.

Crimson Turns Tide in Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving
The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team claimed its ninth league championship on Saturday by using a balanced attack to set ten school records and finish 249.5 points ahead of the field at the 2009 Ivy League Championships. The win ended a three-year title run by Princeton.

All-Ivy Wrestling -- 2008-09
Shortly after earning a seventh-straight Ivy League championship, the Cornell wrestling team also pinned down most of the All-Ivy selections in 2009. In all, eight Ithacans earned All-Ivy distinction. Additionally, the Big Red grappled the Wrestler and Rookie of the Year awards.

Ceplikas Named Acting Director of Athletics at Dartmouth
Robert A. Ceplikas, a 1978 graduate of Dartmouth College and 30-year veteran of the college's staff in athletics and admissions, has been named Acting Director of Athletics and Recreation, effective July 1.

Cornell's Lucky Number Seven
The Big Red wrestling team won its seventh-straight Ivy title this past Saturday with a 34-9 victory over Harvard. The Big Red finished its dual season by pinning down a 12-2 record and was a perfect 5-0 against the Ancient Eight.

2009 Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving Championships
The Ivy women have descended on Long Island, N.Y. for the 2009 Women's Swimming & Diving Championships. The blog is now live. An update on the official results can be found after the jump.

The Toast of New Jersey?
So many sports. So many teams. So many athletes. So many who seem to fall through the cracks. So who is the best collegiate athlete in all Central Jersey? Harvey Yavener's answer may surprise you. Then again, perhaps it won't.

Indoor Heps Only a Week Away
The battle for the 2009 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships will take place next weekend, Feb. 28 - Mar. 1, in Cambridge, Mass., and the schedule for the two-day event is now available.

Harvard's Matthews Nominated for College Baseball HOF
Harvard baseball pioneer William Clarence Matthews has been nominated to the ballot for the College Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Class of 2009.

Supporting in Pink
Yale junior forward Mandi Schwartz may not be on the ice with her women's hockey teammates this weekend but her presence will not be missed...in a sea of pink.

The Golden Rule
The 1961 Freedom Riders — an oft-overlooked expedition — ushered in a new era of the Civil Rights Movement and one of its original participants once toted a hockey stick for the Harvard Crimson.

Columbia's Murphy Rings NASDAQ Closing Bell
Syracuse's Don McPherson, a 2008 College Football Hall of Fame inductee, and Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, chairperson of the NFF Gridiron Club of New York and Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education at Columbia, presided over the NASDAQ Closing Bell on January 28, 2009.

No. 1 Princeton Holds Serve; Upends No. 2 Penn, 6-3
In a rematch of the National Championship from 2008, the No. 1 Princeton women turned away the No. 2 Penn Quakers, 6-3, in Ivy League squash. The win puts the two-time defending National champions in good position to bring the League title back to Princeton, N.J.

Yale Presents Sustainable Athletics Goals
Representatives from Yale outlined their efforts to develop a sustainability plan for the University's athletics program at the recent National Collegiate Athletic Association convention in Washington, D.C.

Howe Cup Rematch in Princeton Tonight
In one of the marquee match-ups in all of collegiate squash, the No. 1 Princeton Tigers women will entertain the No. 2 Penn Quakers tonight. The match features the two teams that contested the 2008 National Championship. For an encore, the No. 2 Princeton men will play the No. 7 Quakers.

Reeling in a Hall of Famer
Princeton's Karen Smyers ('83) is not a member of the Ironman or Triathlete Hall of Fames (yet). But that didn't stop the former swimming champion from joining the inaugural class of the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame.

The Estes Way
With three championships since 1999, and two in the last four years, Phil Estes has delivered the kind of numbers that make him arguably the best football coach in the history of Brown University. His way has brought about a resurgence of Bears football.

Brown's DeOssie Named to 2009 NFL Pro Bowl
Former Brown standout and current New York Giants long snapper Zak DeOssie was named the NFC squad for the 2009 NFL Pro Bowl, which takes place February 8 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Global Lessons
Three of Dartmouth’s varsity lacrosse players left their sticks in Hanover and settled in the rolling plains of Africa this fall, helping on soccer fields and in classrooms during an off-term at the college.

Two Ivies Selected in 2009 MLS SuperDraft
Alex Grendi (Penn) and Michael Fucito (Harvard) had their names called back-to-back during the 2009 Major League Soccer SuperDraft. Grendi went to the Columbus Crew at the 45th pick and then Fucito joined Seattle Sounders FC.

Dartmouth Director of Athletics Josie Harper to Retire
Josie Harper, Dartmouth’s Director of Athletics and Recreation since 2002, and a member of the athletics staff for nearly 27 years, today announced her retirement effective June 30. She was the first woman to hold this position in the Ivy League.

A Period of Growth
Harvard coach Ted Donato ('91), played for both the New York Islanders and New York Rangers during his 13-year National Hockey League playing career and was the recent subject of a NY Daily News story.

Yale Alum Earns LPGA Tour Card for 2009
Yale's Jeehae Lee ('06) recently surprised many of the experts at the LPGA Q School in Daytona Beach by finishing 8-under-par (t-12th) at a five-day qualifying tournament. Her finish secured one of the 20 top priority LPGA Tour cards for 2009.

Three Ivies Named NSCAA Scholar All-Americas
Three Ivy League soccer players were recently named NSCAA Scholar All-America selections. Columbia's Sophie Reiser and Dartmouth's Craig Henderson were recognized as first team Women's and Men's selections, respectively. Dartmouth's Myra Sack earned a Women's second-team nod.

Columbia Names Anderson to Lead Men's Soccer
Kevin Anderson, a five-year veteran of Major League Soccer and former assistant at both Boston College, has been named Head Men’s Soccer Coach, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education announced today.

Four Ivies to Participate in MLS Combine
The initial player list for the 2009 Adidas MLS Player Combine has been released and includes 65 of the top players in NCAA Division I college soccer, including four players from the Ivy League. The combine will be held between January 9th and 13th in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Woolley Named to Continue Columbia's Resurgence
Jana Woolley, the Lions’ assistant coach for the last two seasons, has officially been named Head Field Hockey Coach, in a release announced today. She takes over the reins for Katie Beach, who resigned to relocate to Bermuda with her family.

Staring Down London
Eighty-eight hundredths of a second is all that separated Columbia's Erison Hurtault ’07 from qualifying in his 400-meter heat at the 2008 Summer Olympics. He is ready to make amends in London 2012.

Seven Ivies Earn NCSAA All-Region Honors
A total of seven Ivy women's soccer players were named to their respective NCSAA/adidas All-Region teams, including three first team honorees in Taylor Numann (pic.) of Princeton, Sophie Reiser of Columbia and Myra Sack of Dartmouth.

Inspiring a New Generation
Yale alum Sada Jacobson ('06) is a fencing world champion and Olympic medalist. Now a first-year law student at the University of Michigan, she is inspiring a whole new generation to excel in the sport she loves.

Cornell's Niemand Named Order of Merit Inductee
The National Wrestling Hall of Fame has announced that Cornell’s Arno Niemand ’56 has been chosen as an Order of Merit inductee. The award is given to a person who has made a significant contribution to the advancement of wrestling, other than success as an athlete or coach.

Déjà vu for Harvard Duo; Henderson also All-America
The attacking partnership for the Harvard Crimson has once again earned NSCAA All-America honors. Andre Akpan (first-team) and Michael Fucito (second-team) shared the honor with Dartmouth's Craig Henderson (third-team).

10 Ivies on NSCAA All-Northeast Teams
The NSCAA has released its selections for the 2008-09 All-Northeast Region teams. The Ivy League earned 10 selections to the squad, with four on the first team where Harvard's duo of Andre Akpan and Michael Fucito joined Dartmouth's Craig Henderson and Penn's Omid Shokoufandeh.

More Accolades for Reinprecht
Princeton's Katie Reinprecht has been chosen as the 2008 ECAC Division I Rookie of the Year. The freshman was eighth in the nation with 2.39 points per game, as Princeton posted a 17-3 record. She was also named the Ivy League Player of the Year and also a second-team All-America.

What Happens in Vegas... Makes National News
Ivy wrestlers fared very well at the 27th Annual Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational over the weekend. The League had three champions — Penn's Rollie Peterkin (125), Harvard's Corey Jantzen (141) and Cornell's Mack Lewnes (165). No. 4 ranked Cornell finished in second in the 44-team field.

Smart Foil
Former Barnard/Columbia fencer Erinn Smart is a two-time Olympian who recently claimed a silver medal in Beijing. Click inside to read about how she's "Foiling the Competition."

Jock Jams
Click inside to read about the Princeton a cappela group for varsity athletes founded by Tiger senior golfer Marlowe Boukis.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in fall sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Three Ivies Named Silver Anniversary Recipients
Cornell volleyball coach Deitre Collins-Parker, Harvard ice hockey standout Mark Fusco and Yale basketball star Earl Graves, Jr. will be honored at the 2009 NCAA Convention in Washington, D.C.

Wake Forest Overpowers Dartmouth; Advances to Elite 8
Dartmouth had the monumental challenge of solving the No. 1 Wake Forest Men's soccer team in the NCAA Round of 16. The Big Green played valiantly before a devastating second goal came just before the half. The defending champions then seized control and showed their strength, winning 7-0.

Dartmouth to Face #1 Wake Forest in Men's Soccer
With a game deadlocked 0-0 through double-overtime, the Dartmouth Big Green eliminated Boston College, 4-2, in penalty kicks to advance to the third round of NCAA Men's soccer. The win sets up a dream match-up against Wake Forest, the tournament's No. 1 seed and defending National champions.

Boggs' Brace Sinks Crimson in Tampa
Two goals from South Florida's Zak Boggs ended the dreams of an upset by the Harvard Crimson in Tampa, Fla. in the second round of the NCAA Men's soccer tournament. John Stamatis leveled the game at one in the 23rd minute before Boggs hit for a decisive second in the 63rd.

Reinprecht and Sharkey Tabbed for All-America
Princeton freshmen Katie Reinprecht (pictured) and Kathleen Sharkey were honored as All-Americas on Monday by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association. Reinprecht was a second-team honoree while Sharkey was named to the third team.

Tigers Fifth at NCAA Cross Country Championships
The Princeton women’s cross country team made program history, finishing fifth at the NCAA Championship on Monday, Nov. 24. The Tigers previous highest finish the championship was a nine-place finish in 2003.

Akpan Fires Crimson into Second Round in Men's Soccer
It took 102 minutes of play, but Harvard's Andre Akpan finally solved Zack Simmons in the Minutemen net. The sudden victory puts Harvard through to Tampa, Fla. on Tuesday at 7:30 pm, where the Crimson will face South Florida.

George Mason Ousts Penn 1-0 in Men's Soccer
Playing in the first round of the NCAA tournament, the No. 20 Penn men's soccer team fell 1-0 to George Mason. The decision ended the Quakers' season at 11-3-4 while the Patriots advanced to face No. 2 Maryland.

Eye of the Tiger
With the NCAA Cross Country Championships fast approaching, Trackshark recently caught up with two-time Heps individual champion Liz Costello of Princeton who has her sights set on guiding the Tigers to the national team title.

Penn's Bill Carr Posthumously Elected to USATF Hall
Former Penn track and field standout, Bill Carr, has been elected into the USA Track & Field Hall of Fame. The Class of 2008 will be inducted Saturday, December 6 at the Jesse Owens Awards and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

Lindsay Cunningham Named Academic All-American
Brown senior tri-captain Lindsay Cunningham has been named a CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Third Team Academic All-American in women's soccer, as announced by CoSIDA.

Eleven Named to All-Region Teams in Field Hockey
The Ivy League is once again well represented on the 2008 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-Region Field Hockey Teams. Eleven players were selected, including four first-team distinctions for a second year in a row. Princeton led the charge with four selections.

Penn's Shokoufandeh Named Academic All-America
Penn senior Omid Shokoufandeh was named to the 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Men's Soccer Teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

All-Ivy Men's Soccer -- 2008
Craig Henderson started his senior campaign with a brilliant pass to get the New Zealand team on the scoreboard at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. After heading back to Hanover, N.H., scoring six goals and contributing five assists for Ivy co-champion Dartmouth, it ends with the 2008 Player of the Year.

Princeton Takes Regional Crown, Ivy Runners Advance
A host of Ivy League runners, including the Princeton women's team have qualified for the NCAA Cross Country Championships later this month in Indiana.

The Treble Alliance: Ivies Get Three into Men's Tourney
In a repeat from the 2007 season, three Ivy League Men's soccer teams have been invited into the 48-team 2008 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament. Included in the field were Dartmouth, Harvard and automatic qualifier Penn. Tournament play begins Nov. 21st, 2008.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 11 - 11/17
In the end nothing could differentiate Dartmouth and Penn at the top of the League standings. Additionally, there wasn't anything overtly distinguishable between the contributions of Andrew Olsen (pictured) and Loukas Tasigianis to secure wins and share the Ivy title. As a result, both players shared Player of the Week honors also.

Men's Soccer Teams to Learn Tournament Fate at 6 pm
With the 1-0 overtime victory on Sunday afternoon, it is assured that the Penn Quakers will be in the NCAA Men's Soccer 48-team tournament field. But Dartmouth and Harvard both have resumes seemingly fitting of at-large bids. All three will learn at 6 pm whether they are in or not.

Princeton Bows Out of NCAAs in Overtime Heartbreak
Nicole Nelson’s overtime goal lifted Syracuse past the Ivy League champion Princeton field hockey team 3-2 on Sunday in the quarterfinal round of the 2008 NCAA tournament. The Tigers finished the season 17-3 and 7-0 in the League.

Big Green and Quakers Share Ivy Title; Penn Takes Bid
After a postponed Saturday game with Harvard, the Penn Quakers used a Loukas Tasigianis overtime strike to share the Ivy Men's soccer title with Dartmouth. The Quakers also earned the League's automatic NCAA bid by virtue of a 1-0 victory on Oct. 18.

Princeton Into Quarters With 2-0 Win Over Penn State
Freshman Katie Reinprecht scored both goals as the ninth-ranked Princeton field hockey team shut out 11th-ranked Penn State 2-0 in the opening round of the 2008 NCAA field hockey tournament at Syracuse. Princeton advanced to face the Orange in tomorrow’s quarterfinals.

Harvard Loses Heartbreaker in Penalty Kicks
The Harvard women's soccer team ended its season on a heartbreaking overtime loss in penalty kicks to cross-town rival Northeastern, in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Princeton Bows Out in NCAA First Round
The Princeton women's soccer team had its season come to an end after falling to West Virginia, 2-1, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Charlottesville, Va.

All-Ivy Women's Soccer -- 2008
Sophie Reiser's stellar junior campaign included an eleven game point-scoring streak, to go along with her 12 goals and 11 assists on the year. Today, it ends with her being named the 2008 Ivy League Player of the Year.

All-Ivy Field Hockey -- 2008
Princeton's Katie Reinprecht burst onto the Ivy scene with a strong pedigree and national team experience. In her freshman year, she took the League by storm. The unanimous Player of the Year selection also broke new ground in the process. Fellow Tiger Kat Sharkey took Rookie of the Year.

Tigers Surge Past Stanford, 8-2; Earn Penn State Date
Princeton field hockey had two choices for today. The Tigers could hope their Ivy League title and No. 6 RPI would earn them a spot in the NCAA tournament, or they could take matters into their own hands. Unfortunately for NorPac champion Stanford, Princeton emphatically chose the latter.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 10 - 11/11
Freshman forward Leslie Springmeyer led Brown to a 4-1 win over Yale, as she had a hand in all four of Brown’s goals. Springmeyer scored her first career hat-trick and assisted the other goal for a career-high seven points, one shy of tying the Brown record for points in a game.

Harvard, Princeton Women's Soccer Headed to NCAAs
Ivy women's soccer co-champs Harvard and Princeton are heading to the NCAA Tournament, as announced on the NCAA Division I women's soccer selection show Monday night.

Redemption [Swan] Song
In 2005, Michael Fucito made a mistake that he paid dearly for. Now the senior is making amends for the time he lost. An undeniable talent on the field and in the classroom, a single force now drives him: redemption.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 10 - 11/10
Dartmouth freshman Lucky Mkosana continued his tremendous rookie campaign by playing a critical role in a 2-0 week. He scored three goals and added an assist on a game-winning goal as the Big Green upped its record to 10-5-1.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 10 - 11/10
Princeton senior Taylor Numann saved one of her best performances for when her team needed it most, scoring twice, including the overtime game-winner, in the Tigers' 2-1 win over Penn to clinch a share of Princeton's sixth Ivy League title.

Harvard, Princeton Share Title; Crimson Earn NCAA Berth
Harvard and Princeton both used overtime goals to win their respective regular season finales, on their way to sharing the Ivy women's soccer title. The Crimson defeated the Tigers 2-1 on Oct. 25, giving Harvard the automatic postseason bid.

All Four Won: Princeton Claims Field Hockey Title
Sarah Reinprecht and Holly McGarvie each had a goal in their final Ivy League game, helping Princeton to a 5-0 win over Penn at Class of 1952 Stadium on Friday. The win marked the fourth consecutive Ivy League title for the Tigers.

2008 Heps Video Highlights
Click inside for links to special video coverage from last week's men's and women's Ivy Cross Country championships at Van Cortlandt Park, including highlight footage and interviews

Eleven Ivies Earn Women's Soccer Academic Honors
CoSIDA has announced its annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for women’s soccer, and a total of 11 Ivy student-athletes have earned honors, with eight first-teamers advancing to the national ballot.

Four Ivies on CoSIDA Men's Soccer All-District Squads
The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) has announced its ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams in Men’s soccer, and four Ivy Leaguers were chosen.

All-Ivy Cross Country — 2008-09
The All-Ivy teams for men's and women's cross country were determined at the Ivy Heps Championships on Friday in Van Cortlandt Park. Two-time Heps champ Liz Costello of Princeton earned her third straight first-team nod.

Ivy Women's Soccer Race Down to the Wire
Entering the final weekend of the season, the Ivy women's soccer race could not be any more heated, as Columbia, Harvard and Princeton sit atop the standings in a three-way tie with 13 points apiece and one match remaining.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 9 - 11/3
Ashley McCauley enjoyed a seven-point weekend, including a game-winning overtime goal against Columbia and two goals and an assist in a 6-0 win over Quinnipiac, to help Yale to pair of wins. She has nine goals in the Bulldogs' last seven games.

Van Cortlandt Park Breaks Ground on Renovations
New York City's Van Cortlandt Park, the site of the Ivy cross country Heps championship meet since 1939, has broken ground on a series of six significant renovation projects.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 9 - 11/3
Penn's Omid Shokoufandeh registered his second multi-goal game as the Quakers defeated Brown 4-0. The senior's nine goals and 21 points on the season are the most scored by any player under Head Coach Rudy Fuller in a single season.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 9 - 11/3
It was a coming out party for Princeton freshman Alissa Boddie, who scored three goals with an assist in the Tigers' 4-0 win over Cornell, on her way to this week's Player & Rookie of the Week honors.

An Orange & Black Halloween
Guided by a sensational performance by junior Liz Costello, the Princeton Tiger women showed why they are ranked fourth nationally by breaking a number of records in a dominating effort at the Ivy Heps Cross Country Championship in New York City's Van Cortlandt Park on Friday.

True Dominates Field At CC Championships
Ben True of Dartmouth ran the fastest time in Ivy Heps history at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx today, but it was Princeton which grabbed the team title for the third straight year.

Official Heps Preview
Cross Country Heps is here! Click inside for the comprehensive team-by-team preview of today's race.

Twice the Terror
The relentless two-sport standout's talent and energy has the Princeton Tigers among nation's elite in lacrosse and field hockey. Find out what drives senior Holly McGarvie to excellence.

Diamond Dialogue
For Princeton students interested in the evolution of baseball, a new course not only offers academic views on America’s pastime but the perspective of a career on the field. Behold, the "Making of Modern Baseball".

Pitching 101
John Stuper has compiled enough wins (302) in 16 years to be in second-place all-time at Yale. Yet his most remarkable accomplishment may be the 22 players he's coached who have been drafted by major league baseball, including a stable of pitchers.

Ivy League Office Announces Staff Changes for 2008-09
Ivy League Executive Director Jeff Orleans announced a number of Ivy Office changes for the 2008-09 academic year.

Cornell Names Bill Walkenbach to Lead Baseball Team
Bill Walkenbach, a former player and assistant coach at Cornell, has been named the Ted Thoren Head Coach of Baseball at his alma mater. Walkenbach succeeds Tom Ford, who moved into the role of associate head coach with the Cornell baseball program.

Speaking Out
When the NCAA was looking for a blogger for water polo on its website, Brown junior Hank Weintraub became the voice of a sporting culture. Little did he know that by doing so he would also become a champion for another.

Catching the CWS Craze
Thousands have descended on Omaha, Neb. for the annual celebration of collegiate baseball excellence — the 62nd NCAA Men’s College World Series. With the championship game just around the corner, we bring you Norm Felske ('48) — the Yale catcher that started it all.

Rebuilding Red Rolfe
Through a generous $5.2 million gift, Dartmouth's Red Rolfe Field will undergo a major renovation. And by opening day 2009, the Big Green will have a new home-field advantage with Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park.

Yale 2008 Athletic Awards
Here are Yale's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Princeton's Athletic Awards
Here are Princeton's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Penn 2008 Athletic Awards
Here are Penn's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Harvard 2008 Athletic Awards
Here are Harvard's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Dartmouth's Athletic Awards
Here are Dartmouth's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Cornell 2008 Athletic Awards
Here are Cornell's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Columbia 2008 Athletic Awards
Here are Columbia's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Brown 2008 Athletic Awards
Here are Brown's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

Cornell's Halim Soars to National Title in Triple Jump
For a second year in a row, a student-athlete from Cornell has come away from the NCAA Track and Field Championships with the National title. Senior tri-captain Muhammad Halim had a remarkable series of jumps and reached a new school record (wind aided). His triumph came a year after Rayon Taylor won the title for the Big Red.

Red Sox Nation Takes Lavarnway in Sixth Round
Yale catcher Ryan Lavarnway was selected by the Boston Red Sox in as the 202nd overall pick of the 2008 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. In all, eight current Ivy League baseball players were picked up by franchises.

A Record From The Classroom
Four of the 15 Ivy Leaguers who have been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District teams will be competing at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa, on Wednesday. The 15 bring the number of 2007-08 CoSIDA Ivy honorees to 81, breaking the 2005-06 record by two.

Europe Bound
The Princeton men's lacrosse team embarked on a nine-day European tour, with stops in Ireland and Spain, that will see them play three games against national sides. Click here to follow the Tigers.

Highlights/Interviews from Ivy Women's Championship
This 5-minute video piece features interviews with Harvard player Jessica Hazlett and head coach Kevin Rhoads, and individual champion Susannah Aboff of Princeton.

Columbia's Cox Named Louisville Slugger All-American
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper and Louisville Slugger announced their Freshmen All-American team on June 4. Columbia's Nick Cox was one of 20 outfielders in the country to earn the honor. The Ivy League Rookie of the Year is the second player in the history of Columbia baseball to earn the honor.

Columbia Falls 10-2 at Coastal Carolina Region
The Columbia baseball team showed that it belonged in the NCAA Baseball Championship in Conway, S.C. in the early innings against Coastal Carolina. But the Chanticleers eventually solved Bill Purdy and pulled away late, 10-2. The Lions will play an elimination game against East Carolina on Saturday at 1 pm.

Columbia Men's Golf Conclude Play at NCAA West Regional
The Columbia men's golf team shot a 309 in the third round of the NCAA West Regional at the Golf Mountain Golf Club and finish in 27th place.

Brown Baseball Duo Named Academic All-Americans
Senior Brown baseball players Conor Reardon and J.J. Eno have been selected to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America teams by members of the College Sports Information Directors Association. Reardon was named to the University Division second-team while Eno made the third-team.

On To Tallahassee
The Ivy League will have nearly 100 entrants at the NCAA Track & Field East Regional Championships at the Mike Long Track on the campus of Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla., on Friday and Saturday.

Painting the Town Rojo y Azul
The Penn field hockey team is currently in Buenos Aires for the next week and a half practicing and playing against the top club teams in Argentina. Penn players will blog updates about the trip while in the capital city.

Visualizing Success
Before Brett Boretti settled in as the new Columbia baseball coach three years ago, he told his players to think big, to visualize themselves as Ivy League champions. Never mind that the team he inherited had won only five league games.

All-Ivy Baseball (2008)
Columbia's Henry Perkins hit .384 in Ivy play with six doubles, three triples and two home runs. The everyday player was also an extremely effective spot pitcher and fielder, posting a .980 fielding percentage in addition to a heavy bat. He is the 2008 Ivy League Player of the Year.

All-Ivy Men's Outdoor Track (2008)
Three seniors — Cornell's Adam Seabrook and Muhammad Halim along with Yale's Victor Cheng — were double individual winners while Seabrook and Cheng each added a relay title at the Outdoor Heps in New Haven, Conn., over the weekend. That trio heads the 2008 All-Ivy squad.

All-Ivy Women's Outdoor Track (2008)
The All-Ivy women's track & field team is headlined by the co-Most Outstanding Performers of the meet, Cornell junior standout Jeomi Maduka and Penn senior distance star Stacy Kim.

Cornell Collects Double Win
The Cornell men's and women's track & field teams kept their tight grips on the John Baxter Taylor and Lynn Jennings trophies with huge team victories at the Outdoor Heptagonal Ivy League Championships at Dwyer Track in New Haven, Conn. Video of Heps is available here.

Ten Baseball Ivies Selected to CoSIDA All-District Teams
Ten Ivy League Baseball players have been selected to CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams. Half of the 10 total Ivies selected came from Brown. Harvard, Penn and Yale also had at least one player selected. First-team selections will be forwarded for Academic All-America honors.

Lions Roar in Decisive Third Game
Rome wasn't built in a day, and the Ivy League Baseball Championship certainly wasn't decided in one. After a postponement from the weekend, and two high scoring affairs, the Columbia Lions took the deciding game, 7-5.

Old Friends
They have anchored the Princeton defense for virtually every game the past four years. They've also been fellow All-Americans and best friends since the sixth grade. Click here to read about Tiger seniors Dan Cocoziello and Alex Hewit.

All-Ivy Men's & Women's Golf -- 2007/08
Princeton junior Susannah Aboff became the fourth Tiger women's golfer to win the Ivy League individual title Sunday, claiming the title by 11 shots at Atlantic City Country Club. On the men's side, Penn's Michael Blodgett took top All-Ivy honors.

Columbia takes Men's Golf Crown
Columbia won the 2008 Ivy League Men's Golf Championship today, beating Yale by nine strokes at Galloway National. It is the second Ivy title in program history, with the first coming in 1999. Penn junior Michael Blodgett became the first Quaker to win the individual title.

Harvard Wins Historic First Ivy Women's Golf Title
The Harvard women's golf team today won the Ivy League Women's Golf Championship for the first time in school history. The Crimson did it in style, winning the event by 10 strokes over second-place Columbia.

Two Ivies Earn NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships
Dartmouth's Nick Christman and Yales Alan Kimball have been named the recipients of NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships. The scholarships are awarded to student-athletes who excel academically and athletically and who are in the final year of intercollegiate competition. The Association awards up to 174 postgraduate scholarships annually.

Ivy League Men's Swimming Excels at NCAAs
The Ivy League men's swimming contingent represented the Ancient Eight well at the 2008 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. Harvard's Geoff Rathgeber, Princeton's Doug Lennox and Yale's Alex Righi had near-world class swims and were rewarded with All-America status.

Buenos Yalies
Continuing Yale's tradition of expanding horizons through international travel, the Bulldogs field hockey team spent spring break in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Team members documented the trip with regular updates for fans back home.

Aemisegger and Co. Have Strong Swims at NCAAs
The Princeton women's swimming and diving team had an excellent showing at the 2008 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. The Tigers finished in 24th place with 41 total points. Five Tigers, including sophomore sensation Alicia Aemisegger, earned All-America honors.

All-Ivy Men's Swimming & Diving - 2007-08
The Harvard Crimson took home the championship at the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League Championship on Mar. 6-8, 2008. The following earned All-Ivy status at the 2008 meet.

Leen Wins National Title
Cornell 157-pounder Jordan Leen has won the national title by beating Illinois' Michael Poeta, 5-4, at the NCAA Championships in St. Louis, Mo. The No. 8 seed in the tournament completed his unlikely run by knocking off the top two seeds en route to capturing the title.

Leen Advances To National Final
Cornell junior captain Jordan Leen defeated Stanford's Josh Zupancic in the semifinals to advance to the finals at the 157-pound weight class at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in St. Louis, Mo., on Friday.

More From Fayetteville
The NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships came to a close on Saturday and two more Ivy Leaguers — Cornell senior Muhammad Halim and Penn senior Jesse Carlin — earned All-America status. The Championships were contested at the University of Arkansas.

Getting Quite A Jump
Harvard's Becky Christensen and Cornell's Jeomi Maduka earned All-America status at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., on Friday. Other Leaguers will be out to join them on Saturday.

Ancient Eight In Arkansas
Cornell jumper and basketball star Jeomi Maduka will headline a group of Ivy tracksters to the NCAA Indoor Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., this week.

Catch 22
As the wrestling world turns its attention to Arch Madness in St. Louis, there are 22 Ivy Leaguers who begin preparation for the NCAA Championships, which will be held at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis from March 20 to 22.

All-Ivy Squash -- 2007-08
Yale national champion Miranda Ranieri was named as the Ivy League's women's squash Player of the Year while Princeton junior Mauricio Sanchez earned that honor on the men's side for the second straight year.

Cornell Edges Penn At Easterns
The Big Red held off the Quakers at the EIWA Championships in Lancaster, Pa., taking the team title by the narrowest margin in nearly 50 years. Four Ivies won individual titles, including three wrestlers from Penn.

Crimson Capture EISL Championship
Harvard cruised to the 2007-08 Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League championship in front of the home crowd at Blodgett Pool over the weekend. The Crimson scored 1564 points to win the title. Princeton was second with 1208.5.

Cornell Leads EIWAs
On the first day of the EIWA Championships, Cornell and Penn have broken from the pack and look to be in fine shape for Sunday's finals. The Big Red has eight semifinalists while the Quakers boast of seven.

104th EIWA Championship Set to Kick off Tomorrow
The 104th edition of the EIWA Championships are all set to take place this weekend at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., with all six Ivy League wrestling programs in action for the two-day event.

Final Day of EISL's at Blodgett Pool
The EISL Men's Swimming and Diving Championships head to the opening day of competition at Harvard's Blodgett Pool. The competition will extend through Saturday night with morning and evening sessions each day.

All-Ivy Indoor Track & Field - 2007-08
The top League performers in each individual event and the top team in each relay event earn selection to the All-Ivy League track and field first-team. They earned their All-Ivy status at the Heptagonal Indoor Championship in Ithaca, N.Y., over the weekend.

Tigers Win Swimming and Diving Dual-Meet Title
The Tigers went a perfect 7-0 in league dual meets to earn the coveted regular-season Ivy championship. The trophy was presented to them on the first night of the Ivy championship meet.

All-Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving - 2007-08
The Princeton Tigers took the Frank Keefe Trophy at the Ivy League Women's Swimming and Diving Championship on Feb. 28-Mar. 1, 2008. The following earned All-Ivy status at the 2008 meet.

Cornell, Princeton Claim Titles
The Cornell men had a dominating performance at the Indoor Heps Championships while the Princeton women broke a six-year winning streak by the Big Red in a close three-way battle for the title.

Princeton Women 3-Peat in Swimming & Diving
Princeton once again capped off an undefeated season by winning the Frank Keefe Trophy, designated for the Ivy League Champion. It is the third year in a row that Princeton has won the Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving title.

Indoor Heps Underway
The 61st Indoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships have begun in Ithaca, N.Y., and Cornell's Saidu Ezike has qualified to the finals of the 60-meter hurdles with the fastest time (Derek Alvez photo).

All-Ivy Wrestling -- 2007-08
The eight Ivy League head wrestling coaches were of the same mind in their 2008 balloting for the All-Ivy teams, unanimously selecting the entire first team as well as Wrestler and Rookie of the Year. Harvard sophomore J.P. O'Connor was selected as the Wrestler of the Year.

Princeton Claims National Title
The Princeton women's squash team rallied from an early hole to knock off previously-unbeaten Penn, 6-3, in the Howe Cup national championship final. It is the second straight title for the Orange and Black.

Cornell Takes Title
Cornell won its sixth consecutive Ivy League wrestling championship by closing the season with a 31-9 victory over Harvard. The Big Red finished unbeaten in Ivy matches and with an eight-match winning streak overall.

Historic Women's Coaching Endowments Announced
For the first time in the history of Harvard athletics, a women's head coaching position has been endowed. The Costin Family Endowed Coach for Women's Swimming and Diving and the Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women's Ice Hockey were announced today.

Executive Director Jeff Orleans To Retire
University of Pennsylvania President Amy Gutmann, Chair of the Council of Ivy Group Presidents, announced today that Jeffrey H. Orleans will retire as the Council's Executive Director on June 30, 2009, and that a national search for his successor will begin in fall 2008.

Undefeated Penn Claims League Crown
The No. 1 Penn Quakers breezed past Dartmouth to claim the 2008 Ivy League Championship in women's squash. The Red and Blue earned its first Ancient Eight crown since 1999-00.

Princeton Sweeps Ivy Title
Coach Bob Callahan's Princeton Tigers claimed the 2008 Ivy Championship in men's squash with Sunday's 9-0 victory at Harvard. The Orange and Black swept all 54 individual matches in Ivy play this season, losing just six of 168 games.

Harvard's Scalise to Tackle Dual Role
Harvard Athletic Director Robert L. Scalise will assume additional duties as Interim Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences beginning in March, according to a statement circulated by FAS Dean Michael D. Smith.

On Top of His Game
Strategize. Defend. Adjust. Attack. The tenets of Olympic fencing, or the guiding principles of hedge fund success? For Columbia alum James Melcher ('61), the answer is both.

License to Thrive
Harvard track and field alum Theresa Moore is producing a celebration of the 35th Anniversary of Title IX, which paved the way for female athletes to have opportunity. She took a break to give us her thoughts on National Girls & Women In Sports Day.

Ivy Office Transition
Ivy League Executive Director Jeff Orleans announced today that Brett Hoover will leave the Ivy League Office early this summer after eight years as Associate Director for Communications. A national search for his successor will begin in the next few weeks.

Celebrating Black History
The Ivy League celebration of Black History Month turns 10 years old today and we have launched a new dynamic timeline to go along with more than 50 feature stories about our former student-athletes at www.ivyblackhistory.com.

Super Wednesday
The nation's top two teams in both men's and women's squash square off tonight as the Princeton women face Penn and the Tiger men host No. 1 Trinity, a team with a 175-match win streak.

Spring Sports Composite Schedules Released
The Ivy League spring sports composite schedules have been officially released by the League office. Click below for more info.

Hey There, Delilah
For the last year, former Columbia steeplechase champion Delilah DiCrescenzo has been in the spotlight for reasons that were not of her doing. She discussed it with Meredith Vieira and Matt Lauer on the Today Show this week.

Ivy-covered Perspective
When the Council of Ivy Group Presidents was configured 51 years ago, the founders wanted to distinguish their athletics model from the excesses and problems of the time. To lead such a group they wanted a person that would toe a different line. Jeff Orleans, the current executive director, continues in that tradition.

Fear Those at the Top
Former Major League Baseball player and Penn graduate Doug Glanville ('93) has a piece of advice that the league had best learn if it is to put the age of steroids behind it — be afraid. After all, a healthy amount of fear can lead to great results.

All Around the World
Harvard field hockey player Francine Polet was born in the Holland, grew up in Malaysia, lived in Belgium for a while, and went to high school in Hong Kong. Click here to read about how her athletic experience helped the transition to life in Cambridge.

Three Field Hockey Ivies Named All-America
The Ivy League had three representatives named to the 2007 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America teams. Princeton's Paige Schmidt — a three-time All-America — was named to the second team, while Columbia's Gena Miller and Yale's Harriet Thayer each received third team honors.

Two Dartmouth Athletes Earn Dean of College Award
Johnathan Ball and Maggie Suydam were two of seven students recently presented with a Dean of the College Award for Service. The award recognizes and honors students for contributions that broadly benefit the Dartmouth community.

Stand and Deliver... The News
When Alexandra Wallace '88 graduated from Columbia, she expected to take a year off and then go to law school. To fill that year, she applied for internships at news networks — taking a day shift at one network and the night shift at another. Follow her precipitous climb from intern status to executive producer of NBC Nightly News.

King of the Court
Glenn Nelson is the only coach in college volleyball history to take a men's and women's team to the Final Four in the same year. On the eve of Princeton's first round NCAA matchup with Delaware, click here to read how the laid back guy from California came to Old Nassau nearly three decades ago to become the winningest coach in school history.

Kathy Slattery Phillips (1952-2007)
The Dartmouth Department of Athletics and the Ivy League mourns the passing of Kathy Slattery Phillips, Sports Information Director, a prominent figure in the Dartmouth sports community for more than 30 years.

Ivy Leaguers Claim Rhodes Scholarships
Two Ivy League athletes — Clara Blattler of Harvard and Landis Stankievech of Princeton — have joined the impressive list of Rhodes Scholars from the Ancient Eight, bringing the number of all-time athlete recipients to 113 since the League's official formation in 1956.

Ballard Shines at NCAAs
Columbia's Carmen Ballard was the Ivy League's star of the show at the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., on Monday, finishing 23rd and earning All-America status.

12 Ivies Selected to All-Region Teams
The Ivy League is well represented on the 2007 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-Region Field Hockey Teams. No less than 12 players were selected, including four first-team distinctions. Princeton led the charge with four selections in the Mid-Atlantic Region.

Tigers Chasing Championship
The No. 4 Princeton women are headed to the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., on Monday, along with seven Ivy individuals.

Princeton Takes Regional Crown
The No. 4-ranked Princeton women's cross country team did as expected, winning the NCAA Mid-Atlantic regional for the third straight year.

NCAA selects MacLaren for 2008 Inspiration Award
James MacLaren ('85, Yale) has been selected by the NCAA as the 2008 recipient of the Inspiration Award. The honor is yet another accolade for the former football and lacrosse standout for the Bulldogs — whose life has been nothing short of extraordinary. He was also recognized at the 2005 Espy Awards by receiving the Arthur Ashe Courage award.

All-Ivy Field Hockey -- 2007-08
In a repeat of the last two years, the field hockey Ivy League champion Princeton Tigers picked up the Player of the Year award. And once again it was senior defender Paige Schmidt who ran away with the distinction for the third straight year.

A Snapshot in Time
In the early 1960s, a young student photographer was snapping pictures on the sidelines of Dartmouth athletics events. He would go on to be one of the most prized sports photojournalists in history.

Princeton Claims Field Hockey Crown
The Princeton Tigers ended any speculation of a four-way championship in field hockey with a 3-1 victory at Penn on Friday. The Tigers, at 6-1 in League games, wins the Ivy title outright.

Field Hockey Tie-Breaker Round-Up
You asked for it ... and you got it. Entering the final weekend of the field hockey season — with everything still yet to be decided — the Ivy League officially releases its tie-breaking scenarios. No less than five teams still have a chance at the League's sole play-in bid.

All-Ivy Cross Country -- 2007-08
The All-Ivy teams for men's and women's cross country were determined at the Ivy Heps Championships on Friday in Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx. Yale's Lindsay Donaldson earned her fourth first-team All-Ivy nod.

Giving Back
Head Coach Lars Tiffany and the Brown men's lacrosse team are not relaxing this offseason — they're volunteering their time and giving back to the local Providence community. Click here to read more.

Princeton Men Complete XC Sweep
The Princeton men completed the school's second straight sweep at the Ivy League Heptagonals Cross Country Championships, finishing with 38 points — 29 ahead of second-place Cornell.

Princeton Women Win Title
Princeton lived up to its lofty No. 4 ranking on Friday, winning the women's Ivy League Heptagonals Cross Country Championship by a wide margin. The Tigers — who won with 42 last season — posted a team score of 25 points, the lowest since Dartmouth had 23 in 1997.

Columbia to Add Varsity Men's and Women's Squash
Columbia will elevate its club squash programs to begin full varsity competition in fall 2011, Athletic Director Dr. M. Dianne Murphy announced. They will be the 30th & 31st intercollegiate sports programs at Columbia.

Ivy's Abound
MLB's ALCS & NLCS are looking more like the Ivy League Championship Series', with a host of Ivy alums in all four front offices — including Princeton grad and Indian GM Mark Shapiro.

Defender of the Sea Turtle
Katie Bradshaw of the Cornell field hockey team knows a few things about defense. Over the summer she found herself defending at a slightly different venue — preserving the loggerhead sea turtle population at Fort Fisher State Recreation Area in N.C.

Harvard's Pat Henry to be Honored by NACWAA
The National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators will honor Harvard Senior Associate Athletic Director Pat Henry as one of its eight Administrator of the Year Award recipients at their national convention next month.

Ivy-Covered Relief
Princeton graduate Ross Ohlendorf became the first Ivy Leaguer to play for the Yankees in nearly two decades and he struck out five of the first eight batters he faced. Newsday's Joe Gergen has the story.

Dartmouth Alum Qualifies for Olympics
Former Dartmouth track standout and Heps cross country champion Jarrod Shoemaker '04, now specializing in the triathlon, has qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Price Claims Top Award
After finishing second nationally in the College Sports Information Directors of America Fred S. Stabley Writing Contest in both 2005 and 2006, Princeton Associate Athletic Director Jerry Price returned to his favorite topic — former Tiger basketball coach Pete Carril.

A New Lease
A horrific snowboarding injury in Utah nearly took Gavin Blades' life. But the once promising Yale soccer player is back on the sidelines — as a Student Assistant Coach for the Bulldogs — and looking to regain his old form.

Sacramone Leads U.S. Team to Gold in Germany
Brown sophomore gymnast Alicia Sacramone helped the U.S. Women's team win a gold medal at the 2007 World Championships in Stuttgart, Germnay, securing a spot in the 2008 Olympic Games.

Yale's Chesler Honored by ECAC
Yale Senior Associate Athletic Director Barbara Chesler has been honored by the ECAC as the 2007 recipient of the Katherine Ley Award - honoring an administrator with demonstrated leadership ability who is also a proponent of women's issues and a role model for female coaches and administrators.

Trading Spaces
Not many professional athletes get a second chance in the sports industry. Yet former Princeton University catcher Tim Lahey is living proof that some players can reinvent themselves, while making the most of an opportunity.

Illingworth Squashes Competition in Rio
Yale graduate Julian Illingworth ('06) achieved unprecedented heights in United States Men's Squash at the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the first American male to ever win the silver medal in the tournament.

Ivy@50 Profilee Peter Roby Named AD of Northeastern
Former Dartmouth basketball player and Harvard head men's coach Peter Roby, has been named athletics director of Northeastern University.

Tiger Service
A number of Princeton athletes are spending the summer months making their presence felt around the world. Soccer player Sara Peteraf is in Costa Rica teaching young girls the world's game, while the field hockey team recently visited a local school in Argentina.

Getting His Due
He was handpicked by Pele to be the goalie for the 1976 New York Cosmos of the North American Soccer League. And that doesn’t even make the top-five list of most interesting facts about former Harvard goalie Shep Messing (’72).

Chu, Jeffers Nominated for Women of the Year
Yale rower Rachel Jeffers (pictured) and Harvard ice hockey player Julie Chu are the Ivy League's nominees for the 17th annual NCAA Woman of the Year Award. They are two of 128 conference and independent nominees.

Alex Searle Named Public Information Coordinator
Alex Searle joins the Ivy League staff as Public Information Coordinator after earning his master's degree in Sport Management/Business from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla.

Ivies Fare Well in Director's Cup
In terms of broad-based athletics success, the Ivy League schools place a collective sixth among the nation's conferences, according to figures from the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics in its annual Directors' Cup release.

Two Leaguers Awarded NCAA Scholarships
A pair of Ivy Leaguers — Dartmouth All-America lacrosse player Nick Bonacci and Yale golf captain Mark Matza (pictured) — are among 58 student-athletes who have been awarded NCAA postgraduate scholarships.

Ivy Senior Awards
As happens every year, an amazing crop of Ivy Leaguers graduates and moves on. And every year we stop and take notice of the schools' major athletic awardwinners (of whom 65 percent have won acclaim in both competition and the classroom).

Great Expectations
With the plush lawn of Wimbledon upon us, the expectations are high for the top players in tennis. Harvard graduate, and current top 10 player in the world, James Blake ('01), may have higher expectations than most.

Yale's Senior Awards
Here are Yale's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Penn's Senior Awards
Here are Penn's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Dartmouth's Senior Awards
Here are Dartmouth's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Columbia Senior Awards
Here are Columbia's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Princeton 2007 Senior Awards
Here are Princeton's Senior Awards for 2006-07.

Harvard 2007 Senior Awards
Here are Harvard's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Cornell 2007 Senior Awards
Here are Cornell's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Brown 2007 Senior Awards
Here are Brown's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Kari WIlliams Named Columbia Women's Golf Coach
Kari Williams, who served as Columbia’s assistant men and women’s golf coach for the past year, has been promoted to head women’s golf coach, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education announced today.

Chu, O'Hear Make The Grade
Two more Ivy Leaguers have been named Academic All-Americans by CoSIDA, bringing the season total to 15. Harvard standout ice hockey player Julie Chu and Brown All-American skier Kelly O'Hear were each named to the women's at large second team.

Year of the Tiger
The Princeton men's and women's track teams start an adventure today — a 13-day trip to China. Frank Litsky detailed the trip and its origins in today's New York Times.

Q&A With A National Champ
On Saturday Cornell's Rayon Taylor, a Clifton, N.J., native, took the final leap of his college career and soared 53 feet, 8 1/2 inches to win the NCAA triple jump championship, becoming the first Big Red athlete to win a national track title since 1951.

Nick the Quick
Dartmouth lacrosse standout Nick Bonacci just wrapped up a stellar four-year run for the Big Green, but the two-time first team All-Ivy pick might be remembered more for his accomplishments made off the playing field.

Condello Qualifies for U.S. Open
Columbia golfer Chris Condello has qualified for the 2007 U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club after placing second in the sectional qualifier in Tequesta, Fla.

The Greatest
Cultural icon and arguably one of the greatest athletes of all-time, Muhammad Ali was awarded an honorary doctorate of humanities degree from Princeton University yesterday at the university's commencement exercises.

Ivy@50 - 5/24
As the athlete profile portion of the Ivy@50 celebration has come to an end, Ivy League Executive Director Jeff Orleans takes a look back at the 2006-07 season.

20 Ivies Make Academic All-District At-Large Teams
A total of 20 Ivy Leaguers have been named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District At-Large Teams presented by CoSIDA. All first-teamers will advance to the national ballot.

Spring Academic All-Ivy (2007)
The Ivy League has released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors during the spring semester. The 80 men and women were starters and key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with a 3.0 or better cumulative grade point average.

Ivy@50 - 5/21
Soon after claiming the biggest win of his life, he lost his starting position on the Penn squash team. But Brian Roberts, who now oversees Comcast as its CEO, hasn't suffered many setbacks since.

Ivy@50 - 5/9
He was the nation's most celebrated athlete before he enrolled at Yale, which meant national championships, Olympic medals and world records were among the expectations. And Don Schollander lived up to every one of them.

Ivy League Baseball Championship - Game Two
Brown goes for its first Ivy League Baseball crown in the second game of the Ivy League championship. The Bears took game one from the Penn Quakers, 1-0. Stay tuned for further information as it happens.

Ivy@50 - 5/3
It might be impossible to find someone so accomplished as a student-athlete as former Princeton softball and field hockey player Jen Babik. That's because she piled up awards for both her athletic and academic skills.

Ivy League Receives Top NCAA Academic Progress Rates
The Ivy League once again rang in with the highest APR scores in the nation, receiving an overall average of 993.8 -- with 20 broad-based sports having top scores.

Ivy@50 - 5/1
The sport of swimming and a caring coach gave a troubled kid a focus that led all the way to two Olympic gold medals. Then Nelson Diebel walked away from his meteoric career to settle into an academic routine at Princeton.

The Assault Continues
Next weekend, Erison Hurtault will try to become the first male in Heps history to win a single event eight times. Today, the New York Times profiled the Columbia track star and '08 Olympic hopeful.

Ivy@50 - 4/24
Every time the Ivy League awards the women's fencing trophy to the champion, she is right in the middle of it. That's because the likeness of Penn's Mary Jane O'Neill sits atop the trophy.

Columbia Leads Ivy Women's Golf
The Lions were greeted by skies that were colored Columbia Blue at Trenton Country Club on Saturday. The team responded by shooting a two-round total of 615, which takes them to Sunday with a nine-shot lead over Princeton.

Columbia Leads in Men's Golf Championships
After a long 36-hole day of golf, the men of Columbia lead Penn by five strokes heading into the final round of play. Harvard freshman Greg Shuman leads the 40-man field, shooting a 72 in each of the first two rounds.

Ivy@50 - 4/18
The NCAA has had its national award program for 40 years now and the Ivy League has certainly been at the center of it throughout, including former Cornell All-American Brud Holland, who received the Teddy Roosevelt Award in 1972.

Ivy@50 - 4/17
Maybe its because she connected on 58 home runs as her Big Red teams won 133 games in her softball career, but Cornell's Lauren May has abandoned her undergraduate major to pursue a career in college sports.

Ivy@50 - 4/10
Balanced excellence. There is no better demonstration of living up to both ends of the phrase 'student-athlete' than earning Academic All-America status. And nearly 300 Ivy Leaguers have done just that.

Ivy@50 - 4/9
A brother and sister, born two years apart, reached the heights of collegiate squash, each winning national individual championships. For good measure, Jeremy and Jordanna Fraiberg did it on the same day.

National STUDENT-Athlete Day at OLMC
Last night the Our Lady of Mount Carmel School of Tenafly, N.J. held its fifth annual National STUDENT-Athlete Day celebration in grand style ... and with an Ivy League flair.

Ivy@50 - 4/4
Every year, 32 Americans are selected as recipients of Rhodes Scholarships and move on to Great Britain to further their studies. In the last 50 years, about seven percent of those Rhodes Scholars have been Ivy League athletes.

Ivy@50 - 4/2
Wrestling was his outlet while he was in college, but it was the stars and the planets that led Neil DeGrasse Tyson to Harvard. And following them has led to his extraordinary success.

Ivy@50 - 3/27
She nearly won the NCAA triple crown as a junior at Harvard, but 'Hard-Hittin' Tiffany Whitton has yet to find her alumni softball team. Obviously, someone doesn't know who they are missing.

Ivy@50 - 3/26
It took some convincing to get her to leave Toronto for the University of Pennsylvania, but four-time squash All-American Jessica DiMauro is now the one trying to convince others to do the same.

Winter Academic All-Ivy (2006-07)
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in winter sports today. The honorees were starters or key reserves on a officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ivy@50 - 3/20
He didn't know it at the time, but as Ed Lu trained as a wrestler at Cornell, he was also preparing for his future job -- as a space-walking astronaut for NASA. On the side, Lu's hobby is trying to save the world from asteroids.

Studying & Studied
Harvard researchers are learning more about the heart and ways to protect it by studying Crimson athletes during their season of training and competition. The research may help non-athletes in the future.

Dartmouth wins NCAA Skiing Championship
Good things come to those who wait. After a 31 year NCAA team title drought, Dartmouth won the 2007 NCAA Men's and Women's Skiing Championships in Bartlett, N.H., Saturday, marking the first NCAA team title for the College since 1976.

Ivy@50 - 3/9
At Harvard he learned that he was anything but a writer. But former Crimson golfer and basketball player Stephen Bergman wound up authoring 'The House of God,' one of the most important medical novels of all-time.

Ivy@50 - 3/5
She first made a name for herself in volleyball as a pre-teen in Japan. Tomo Nakanishi wound up earning first-team All-Ivy status four times and turned Brown into a League power.

Ivy@50 - 2/28
Between his high school and college years, he won a championship at the highest level five times. Now former Cornell wrestling standout Travis Lee is in pursuit of his sixth... this time at the Olympics.

Presidents' Day Trivia
Here is a feature with every bit of information about the presidents that we know... At least as it pertains to the Ivy League. John Adams pulled off the League's first election win back in 1796 and there have been 21 elections claimed by Leaguers since, including two by Woodrow Wilson (pictured).

Ivy@50 - 2/16
Her team became a League power just before her arrival and when Columbia cross country All-American Caroline Bierbaum graduated in 2006, her Lions had become a national power.

America Channel, Ivy League Enter Agreement
The Ivy League and the America Channel have entered into a comprehensive video sports broadcast and content cooperation agreement to cover broadcasts of women's and men's basketball, football, women's and men's soccer, women's and men's tennis, volleyball and softball.

Ivy@50 - 2/15
The first important factor leading to her championship fencing career at Yale came before she was born. It was in the early 1970s, when Sada Jacobson's father, David, took a peek through a door on campus.

All The Way Back
Dartmouth shot put star Jamila Smith suffered a devastating knee injury that forced her to withdraw from school heading into a challenging Hanover winter. After a year of rehab, she became a Heps champion last May.

Making Waves
On Thursday, Alicia Aemisegger of Princeton will be competing in her first Ivy League championship and all indications are that she'll be in contention for titles for years to come.

Ivy@50 Update
One of our early profiles, on former Cornellian Stephen Machooka, has generated a lot of interest and now there is the chance to make a difference for aspiring runners in Africa in his name.

More Places To Surf
The Ivy League has launched several new websites in recent days, designed to celebrate our history and our future as well as provide more unique content during the Ivy Championship season.

Ivy@50 - 2/7
Today is National Girls and Women in Sports Day and we are taking a look at a timeline of the historical moments from the Ivy League. Click below for the timeline, along with a link to a special website celebrating the day.

Called To Serve
Track and field captain Sean Barrett is prepared for his first job out of Harvard. Yet unlike most of his fellow students in Cambridge, Barrett will become a U.S. Marine, a decision that he calls his generation's "greatest calling."

Ivy@50 - 2/6
You'd think that being an Olympian in the pursuit of a medical degree would overshadow whatever else you had done, but Dartmouth graduate Bob Kempainen made an impression in another, more embarrassing, manner.

Ivy Black History
February marks Black History Month and the Ivy League's Black History website is a celebration within a celebration, sharing the stories of the League's rich tradition of Black History dating back to 1859.

Ivy@50 - 1/30
His arrival at Dartmouth College didn't exactly create excitement, but when Chiharu Igaya graduated, it was a sad day in Hanover. That's because Igaya took six NCAA individual skiing titles with him.

Ivy@50 - 1/29
He twice led the Columbia Lions to the NCAA Fencing Championship. But Bob Cottingham's career didn't end there as he twice represented the United States at the Olympics.

Ivy@50 - 1/26
When she left Yale, she left the swimming pool behind. That's because Marcia Cleveland found the open water and has become a prolific marathon swimmer.

More Than A Place To Run
The site of the 2007 Ivy League Heptagonals Indoor Track & Field Championship -- the New York City Armory -- is more than just a great place to host a championship meet, but a place that serves its entire community well.

Chasing Perfection
Carly Grabowski elected to stay near home when she enrolled at Princeton and she has emerged as a key contributor for the Tigers, having never lost a dual-match in her career. Bill Alden of Town Topics tracked her down recently.

Ivy@50 - 1/22
She ran in isolation behind the pack while in high school. And Princeton graduate Lynn Jennings continued to run in isolation, but at the front of the pack, on her way to international stardom.

Ivy@50 - 1/19
More than 800 Ivy Leaguers have won more than 400 medals at the Olympic Games -- summer and winter -- since 1896. The League's deep-rooted history with the Games is now the subject of a comprehensive book.

Ivy@50 - 1/11
The Olympic gold medal was draped around his neck and the Star-Spangled Banner played. But what made it strange for Penn wrestler Brandon Slay was that it was mid-November at the outdoor concert series set for NBC's Today Show.

Ivy In Orlando
Four Ivy Leaguers earned major awards at the 42nd Honors Celebration at the 2007 NCAA Convention at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando, Fla., over the weekend.

Balancing Act
Brown freshman gymnast Alicia Sacramone is the only U.S. Olympic team member going to college while preparing for Beijing 2008 -- but the world championships silver medalist is confident she can balance the books and the beam.

Ivy@50 - 1/2
She might have been a great swimmer at Yale, but then the game of golf got in her way. But making it all the way to the LPGA is proof that Heather Daly-Donofrio's switch from the pool to the links was a wise switch.

Book Full of Medals
For the first time, there is a book that covers the Ivy League and its unique and deep connection to the Olympic Games. Jay Bavishi's Ivies In Athens is now available online.

Crocker Earns Top VIII
Dartmouth graduate Alison Crocker, a three-time NCAA All-American in cross country skiing, has been named the recipient of the prestigious NCAA Top VIII Award.

Walk or Run
Cornell's Nyam Kagwima has big plans for the future. She plans to research the HIV/AIDS virus in Kenya and is setting her course to get there.

Academic All-Ivy -- Fall 2006
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in fall sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on a officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ivies Honored With Silver
The Ivy League has three of the six 2007 NCAA Silver Anniversary Award winners, just the second time a conference has had three honorees. They are Dartmouth's Gail Koziara Boudreaux, Brown's Steve Jordan and Yale's Patricia Melton (pictured) -- all from the Class of 1982.

Ivy@50 - 11/3
Golf was at the center of his life during his college days at Cornell and he has since turned the sport into his profession. Now Rick Lipsey wants to help turn kids in Bhutan into good golfers and better people.

A New Line From IvySport
The official merchandiser of the Ivy League -- IvySport -- has launched a line of products to commemorate the Ancient Eight's 50th Anniversary.

Ivy@50 - 10/31
Ivy League Associate Director Chuck Yrigoyen knows more about the League's championship trophies than anyone. Because of that, he was asked to write about the trophies and the trophy program.

Brown's Sacramone Medals at Worlds
Brown gymnast Alicia Sacramone recently competed at the 2006 World Championships in Denmark. The freshman captained the USA team and won an individual silver medal on the vault.

Ivy@50 - 10/17
With her ability to rise above big challenges, watching what is in store for former Harvard volleyball standout Lolita Lopez should certainly prove to be exciting.

Ivy@50 - 10/11
She could have taken an easier path, but the former Penn volleyball star Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan elected to embark upon a more difficult journey... and its rewards will last a lifetime.

Three Claim ECAC Honors
Two administrators -- Brown's Joan Taylor and Penn's Earl Cleghorn -- along with a former Ivy athlete -- Dartmouth football player Josh Dooley -- were honored at the ECAC Convention Dinner on Cape Cod on Sunday.

Ivy@50 - 10/2
When she came to the Columbia softball program, it was in its infancy. Now former Ivy League Pitcher of the Year Jackie Adelfio holds every major pitching record at the school... and she has returned to campus.

Ivy Pro News
A former Ivy League almost twirled a no-hitter on Friday while another looks to have earned a starting spot as an NFL rookie. For more on Chris Young and Kevin Boothe, please click below.

Taylor to be Feted by ECAC
Joan Taylor, Senior Associate Athletic Director of Brown University, has been selected as the 2006 recipient of the Katherine Ley Award. The award will be presented at the ECAC Convention Honors Dinner on Oct. 1 in Hyannis, Mass.

Ivy League Announces 50th Celebration
The 50th anniversary of formal Ivy League competition takes place later this month and the League will honor the 50 seasons with a special year-long celebration through the eyes of the former student-athletes.

Three Join Ivy Staff
The Ivy League has announced the addition of three staff members for the 2006-07 season. Wesley Harris and Bethany Karantonis have been named Public Information Coordinators, while Megan McHugo has assumed the duties of Compliance Coordinator.

Crash Course in Cornell
Missed out on the 2005-06 season of Cornell athletics? Or just preparing to head to Ithaca for your freshman year? If so, let Cornell Daily Sun Sports Editor Olivia Dwyer give you a crash course on what to look for — and who to know — for 2006-07.

2006 Senior Awards
The eight Ivy schools have finished handing out their school awards for the 2005-06 season and the treasured senior awards have been awarded. Click below to see bios on those recipients.

Yale 2006 Senior Awards
Yale University has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are squash standouts Julian Illingworth and Michelle Quibell and track superstar Joslyn Woodard.

Princeton 2006 Senior Awards
Princeton University has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are four-time national champion Yasser El Halaby and six Tiger women.

Penn 2006 Senior Awards
The University of Pennsylvania has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are runner Courtney Jaworski and gymnast Emily Petkun.

Harvard 2006 Senior Awards
Harvard University has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are swimmer David Cromwell and field hockey's Jen McDavitt.

Dartmouth 2006 Senior Awards
Dartmouth College has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are Rhodes Scholar winner Alison Crocker and hoopster Angie Soriaga.

Cornell 2006 Senior Awards
Cornell University has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are NFL draftee Kevin Boothe and heptathlete Jamie Greubel.

Confounding Expectations
Ivy Leaguers are used to being branded as brains, not athletes. But Leaguers have been excelling as professional athletes for years. And, according to Pablo Torre, a rising senior at Harvard and an intern at SIOnCampus.com, others are starting to take notice.

Barbaro's Best Friend
When Barbaro suffered life-threatening injuries at Pimlico Race Course nearly a month ago, the nation was obsessed with the horse's well being. Enter Dr. Dean Richardson, a 1974 Dartmouth graduate, who found his love of horses while in school in Hanover.

Ceralde to Take Over Penn Gymnastics
Assistant John Ceralde has been named Penn's new head coach for gymnastics, taking the reins from departing coach Tom Kovic. Kovic is retiring on June 30 after 19 years with the Quakers.

Cuneo, Robinson Honored by IWLCA
Dartmouth senior Lizzy Cuneo (pictured) was named the Division I Defender of the Year by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association on Monday, while Cornell senior Lyndsay Robinson was given the IWLCA's Community Service Award.

Columbia Launches Sports Program
Columbia University's School of Continuing Education will launch a Master of Science in Sports Management this fall, the first graduate sports management program at an Ivy League institution.

The 154th Anniversary
It is the oldest collegiate athletic competition. It has been 154 years since Harvard and Yale met on Lake Winnepesaukee in New Hampshire in a two-mile race. Now the two crews will meet on the Thames in New London, Conn., on Saturday.

A Man for All Seasons
Unlike the athletes he works with every day, Harvard's Chet Stone never takes a day off, serving as an equipment manager, friend and mentor to Crimson students for 30 years. On Thursday he will be rewarded with the Harvard Medal. The Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy has Stone's story.

IRAs Open On Thursday
The 104th Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships will be contested on the Cooper River in Camden, N.J., from Thursday to Saturday and most eyes are on the Princeton Tigers. For updates, please click here.

Emptying the Mailbag
There are always bits of news crossing our desks here at Ivy Central. Today we offer a collection of May's mailbag -- which features five interesting stories from around the world of Ivy athletics alums, including a former Heps high jumper who is still going strong.

All-Time Men's Champions
All-Time Men's Champions

All-Time Women's Champions
All-Time Women's Champions

Wrestling All-Time Champions
Wrestling

Volleyball All-Time Champions
Volleyball

Indoor Heps All-Time Results
Indoor Heps

Outdoor Heps All-Time Results
Outdoor Heps

For Andy Noel
For Andy Noel

A Record For Brilliance
Twenty Ivy Leaguers have been named to the at-large CoSIDA Academic All-District teams, bringing the League's season total to 71, the fifth-straight record total for the Ancient Eight. And that total does not include track & field, which yielded 10 Ivies a year ago.

Spring Academic All-Ivy - 2006
The Ivy League has announced the 80 spring sport participants who have been selected as Academic All-Ivy. All were starters or key reserves on a officially recognized varsity team and had 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

More Scholarly News
Two Ivy League senior standouts — Dartmouth trackster Melanie Schorr and Columbia fencer Emma Baratta — have been named NCAA Postgraduate Scholars, bringing the Ivy League's three-year total to 12 recipients.

Tigers Earn Share of Ivy Crown
Freshman Jon Lesko had a goal and an assist and the Princeton men's lacrosse team held off a surprisingly strong challenge from Brown to defeat the Bears, 6-5, and earn a share of the 2006 Ivy League title alongside Cornell.

Swinging in the Rain
The 2006 Ivy League Golf Championships are underway in northern New Jersey. Steady rain and chilly temperatures worked their way into the area early Saturday but play has begun for both the men and women.

Penn Gymnastics Coach Steps Down
After 19 seasons, 140 victories, eight Ivy Classic titles and two ECAC Championships, Penn Gymnastics Coach Tom Kovic has announced that he will step down on June 30.

Celebrating Parents
Some Ivy League athlete, coaches and parents celebrated National Student-Athlete Day last week with the students at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School in Tenafly, N.J., the only elementary school to fully participate in the program.

Speakers Coming In April
The first full week of April will feature speakers on consecutive days at Brown and Princeton universities. Paul Hewitt and Lorenzo Romar will speak at Brown on April 5 while Valerie Purdie-Vaughns will speak at Princeton the following day.

Winter Academic All-Ivy - 2005-06
The Ivy League has announced its Winter Academic All-Ivy team and the squad boasts of Ivy Players of the Year in both hockeys and women's hoops as well as an individual national champion in fencing. Please click below for the full team.

Winter Wonderland?
A final blast of winter? At least a final blast of winter sports as seven of the Ivy sports compete nationally this weekend, while the men's ice hockey teams are regionally focused. Click below for a guide to the final big weekend of winter's indoor events.

Start Spreading The News
Monday has been a very big day for national outlets — such as the Wall Street Journal, the NCAA News, the Chronicle of Higher Education and ESPN Classic — devoting attention to the Ivy League.

Princeton, Harvard Make 2006 NCAA Tournament
The 2006 Ivy League champion, Princeton, and the newly minted 2006 ECAC champion, Harvard, were both included in the eight-team NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey Tournament beginning Friday, March 17, the NCAA announced Sunday.

Dartmouth's Johnson Win NCAA Slalom Crown
BIg Green senior Karl Johnson turned in two stellar runs on Howelson Hill in Steamboat Springs, Colo., Friday night, winning the slalom crown in his final collegiate race and becoming the fifth straight Big Green skier to do so.

Two Earn NCAA Awards
Two Ivy Leaguers — Brown's Nick Hartigan and Yale's Katie Rivkin — have been awarded the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, a $7,500 scholarship which is earned by 58 student-athletes nationally who participated in fall sports.

All-Ivy Women's Basketball -- 2006
The 2006 women's basketball All-Ivy teams have been chosen and the three teams who shared the Ivy crown are well represented. Brown's Sarah Hayes was chosen as the Player of the Year and Cornell freshman standout Jeomi Maduka received the Rookie of the Year Award.

All-Ivy Women's Basketball -- 2006
The 2006 women's basketball All-Ivy teams have been chosen and the three teams who shared the Ivy crown are well represented. Brown's Sarah Hayes was chosen as the Player of the Year and Cornell freshman standout Jeomi Maduka received the Rookie of the Year Award.

All-Ivy Women's Basketball -- 2006
The 2006 women's basketball All-Ivy teams have been chosen and the three teams who shared the Ivy crown are well represented. Brown's Sarah Hayes was chosen as the Player of the Year and Cornell freshman standout Jeomi Maduka received the Rookie of the Year Award.

Baseball, Softball Begin Play on Friday
It may be difficult to see it through the snowy conditions in the Northeast, but the first and most definitive sign of spring has sprung on the athletic fields — the 2006 Ivy League Baseball and Softball seasons begin this weekend.

Ivies Shine In NCAA Academic Rankings
Today the NCAA released its Academic Progress Rates (APR) and the Ivy League stands atop the measurements. Twenty-nine of the League's 33 championship sports were rated: 17 of those had the nation's top progress rate and seven Ivy rankings were second nationally.

Stehle, Collins Named Academic All-Americans
Senior forwards Matt Stehle of Harvard and Lenny Collins of Cornell were each named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Teams Wednesday morning, with Stehle making the second team and Collins the third team.

Curling Dreams
Ivy Leaguers have performed a wide variety of sports at the Olympic Games over the decades. Everything from golf to skeleton; from taekwondo to rugby; and from biathlon to modern pentathlon. If Princeton junior Matt Mielke has his way, he'll add curling to that list in 2010.

Immeasurable Worth
All-American Julian Illingworth hopes to lead Yale's men's squash team to an outright Ivy title with a win over Harvard on Wednesday and then after that will be one final run at an individual national title.

Presidents' Day
Here is a feature with every bit of information about the presidents that we know... At least as it pertains to the Ivy League. John Adams (portrayed) pulled off the League's first election win back in 1796 and there have been 21 elections claimed by Leaguers since!

Ivy Olympics — Torino Day 9
Snow and fog postponed the Women's Super G event, leaving Carl Swenson as the lone Ivy Leaguer in action on Sunday at the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy. The Dartmouth graduate anchored the U.S. to a 12th-place finish in the men's cross country relay.

Ivy Olympics — Torino Day 8
Three Dartmouth skiers were in action at the XX Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, on Saturday and Scott Macartney was the top performer of the group, taking seventh in the Men's Alpine Super G.

Ivy Olympics — Torino Day 6
It was a light day of action for Ivy Leaguers in Torino as only two Dartmouth graduates — Sarah Konrad and Carolyn Treacy (pictured) — competed in the 7.5-kilometer sprint in biathlon. Neither qualified for the pursuit competition with their finish order.

Ivy Olympics - Torino Day 5
Day 5 of the Olympics featured just one Ivy athlete in freestyle mogul skier Travis Mayer. The Cornell student, who won silver at the Salt Lake City Games, finished in seventh place just behind favorite Jeremy Bloom.

Ivy Olympics — Torino Day 3
Sarah Konrad, a Dartmouth graduate with a Ph.D. in geology, was fast in the women's biathlon 15-kilometer individual competition on Monday at the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, but her shooting cost her a number of places.

Winter's 'Games'
If the Olympics aren't your thing, then take your cue from Jets QB Jay Fiedler and Astros catcher Brad Ausmus and travel up to New Hampshire where games are the rage at the Dartmouth Winter Carnival.

Double Cross
The busiest person at the Torino Olympics will be 38-year-old Sarah Konrad, a native Californian and Dartmouth graduate. That's because she is the first U.S. female athlete to make two teams at the same Winter Games.

The Ivy Olympians
As the Opening Ceremonies for the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, approach, 29 Ivy Leaguers prepare for competition. Below are the links to the bios for all 29 athletes as well as a link to the Ivy schedule of competition.

Ivy Winter Olympics Schedule
With 29 Ivy Leaguers competing in Torino, Italy, at the XX Winter Olympic Games, there will be just one day between Friday and Feb. 26 when an Ivy Leaguer will not be in competition. Click below for the Ivy schedule at the Games.

Make That 29 to Torino
The number of Ivy Olympians at the Winter Games in Turin, Italy, climbed to 20 with Dartmouth’s addition of a 14th member. Kaylin Richardson (pictured) was admitted to the Big Green’s Class of 2009 but deferred admission to pursue her skiing career.

Winter Wonderland
As the sporting world turns from Super Bowl XL in Detroit to the XX Winter Olympiad in Torino, the Dartmouth Big Green and the Ivy League have record contingents heading to Italy.

Ivy Celebrates Black History Month 2006
Today, with the start of Black History Month, the Ivy League brings you the 2006 Ivy Black History page, complete with six new features on groundbreaking student-athletes from the Ivy institutions, and an updated Ivy Black History timeline that spans three centuries with over 120 links.

National Girls and Women in Sports Day
The first day of February marks the 20th annual celebration of National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Throughout the month and into the spring, a variety of events are planned on the Ivy campuses to help support this day that encourages the participation of girls and women in sports.

'The Only White Vice Lord'
The Ivy League kicks off its celebration of Black History Month with the heroic story of David Dawley, the first of six featured figures who hold a place in the formation of black history in America. A former Dartmouth rower, Dawley moved to Chicago in 1967 and helped transform a deadly gang, the Conservative Vice Lords, into a community organization.

A Winter Record
There will be a record number of Ivy Leaguers at the Winter Games in Torino, Italy, in February. Four Dartmouth College alpine skiiers from three countries have lifted the number of Ivy competitors to 27.

Cornell Joins The Fray
Cornell's Travis Mayer, one of four former Olympic medal winners among 14 athletes on the 2006 Olympic Freestyle Team, has become the 23rd Ivy Leaguer to earn a spot at the Torino Games.

With SIRIUS, Ivy Basketball Goes National
Friday nights in the fall mean high school football. Now, Friday nights in the winter mean Ivy League basketball. SIRIUS Satellite Radio will be broadcasting eight Ivy games from late January through early March, all on Friday nights, as the Ivy hits the airwaves around the nation.

Double Duty for Dartmouth Grad
Dartmouth grad Sarah Konrad has become the first American Winter Olympian to compete in two different sports in the same Games. Konrad will be a member of the U.S. cross country team, as well as the biathlon team.

CoSIDA Awards League Publicists
Five media relation personnel from across the Ivy League have been honored by the College Sports Information Directors of America in the 2004-05 Fred S. Stabley Sr. Writing Contest. The highest of the honors went to Princeton's Jerry Price, who claimed second place in the National Story of the Year category.

Ivies at the NCAA Awards Dinner
The Ivy League became the first conference to have a recipient of each of the four major NCAA annual awards in the same year. The awardwinners were acknowledged at the NCAA Awards Dinner in Indianapolis on Saturday.

Olympics Symposium At Harvard
For the first time, the Harvard Alumni Association and The Harvard Varsity Club have convened a group of alumni to talk about their personal experiences as athletes, coaches, and administrators of the Olympic Games. For more information on the event, please click below.

More Green Heading To Torino
As the Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy, approach, Dartmouth is again well represented on the United States Olympic Team. Two skiers — Carolyn Treacy and Sarah Konrad — have been named to the U.S. Biathlon team.

Major Award Show
The Ivy League is breaking new ground, becoming the first conference to have winners of the four major annual NCAA awards in the same year. The NCAA will recognize the winners at the annual NCAA Honors Celebration Dinner on Jan. 7 in Indianapolis, Ind.

Ivy Generosity
The Yale Athletic Department's Community Outreach Committee works to mentor and tutor students in the community throughout the year. This holiday season the Outreach Committee is adding Santa’s helpers to it's list of duties.

Ivy Elves
Two Ivy League teams are putting aside their jerseys and donning Santa hats for good causes this holiday season. The Columbia Lions football team and the Dartmouth men’s hockey team are asking fans to help spread some holiday cheer by collecting toys for children.

Wellington to be Honored by NCAA
Former Yale standout Susan D. Wellington will be honored with the Silver Anniversary Award from the NCAA at its Honors Celebration on Jan. 7. The award recognizes former student-athletes who have distinguished themselves since completing their college athletics careers 25 years ago.

Academic All-Ivy - Fall 2005-06
Eighty Ivy Leaguers (from 25 different states, three Canadian provinces and France) have been selected as the fall's recipients of Academic All-Ivy. Each school nominated five men and five women for the honor.

Scholarly Skier
Dartmouth skier Alison Crocker is one of 32 college students to receive the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. The physics and mathematics major is an All-American skier who is looking to qualify for the 2006 Winter Olympics. Crocker is one of seven Ivy League students who will continue their education at Oxford thanks to the scholarship.

Yale Drops Heartbreaker
The Yale Bulldogs fell in overtime as Stony Brook won 2-1 in the first round of NCAA College Cup on a chilly night at the Soccer-Lacrosse Stadium in New Haven, Conn. Dartmouth and Brown remain in tournament.

A Couple of Tigers
Being a Division I coach can is a very stressful job. Princeton coaches Maureen and Richard Barron enjoy sharing their pressure-filled positions.

Friends and Foes
They have been competing all their lives. It's what childhood friends do. But being on the opposite sides of the field at Harvard Stadium on Saturday was something different for Dartmouth's Buddy Teevens and Harvard's Tim Murphy.

Virtual Virtuoso
Millions of sports fans are thankful for what Stan Honey has brought to the NFL since his debut in 1998. But why have you never heard of him?

Ivy Weekly Volleyball Awards 6 - 10/18
Brown senior setter Leigh Martin earned the Week 6 Volleyball Player of the Week honors after her stunning weekend performance. Martin led the Bears to wins over Dartmouth and Harvard with a total of 126 assists and 26 kills, as well as a .375 hitting percentage.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 7 - 10/17
Yale junior Alex Munns scored both goals as the Bulldogs dealt Cornell its first loss in League play, 2-0, on Sunday. For his efforts, Munns was named the Week 7 Ivy League Men's Soccer Player of the Week.

'A Sleeping Giant'
During a panel discussion on Columbia's campus Friday afternoon, President Lee Bollinger, Athletic Director M. Dianne Murphy and basketball coach Joe Jones focused about the future of Columbia's athletic programs. They like what they see.

Giving Devlin Her Due
Already a national champion, senior Sloan Devlin is looking to keep Harvard on top of the college sailing world in her final season and beyond... and she is educating people about her sport as well.

It's All About the Ivy
After a month of facing off against non-conference foes, the Ivy League kicks into full action this weekend with both men's soccer and volleyball commencing League play. Football, field hockey and women's soccer have already begun.

Ivies' Response To Disaster
The eight Ivy League schools have responded to the Hurricane Katrina disaster with a wide range of efforts to bring a measure of relief to the people of the stricken Gulf Coast. To read what each school has announced, please click below.

On The Pro Scene
Princeton's Chris Young and Harvard's Ryan Fitzpatrick are firing strikes in their respective sports, and the Rangers and the Rams are better for it. Meanwhile Harvard's Allison Feaster is on the WNBA's injured list for a blessed reason.

Campbell-McGovern Honored By NACWAA
The Ivy League’s senior associate director Carolyn Campbell-McGovern has been named one of the 2005 Administrators of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators.

Ivy Schools Rack Up Track Honors
Cornell, Dartmouth and Yale, as well as 15 individual student-athletes, were cited for their academic excellence by the National Collegiate Track and Field Coaches Association.

Yale Grad Wins ESPY
Jim MacLaren '85, a former football and lacrosse player at Yale, was honored with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at ESPN's 13th annual ESPY Awards show. The award is presented annually to individuals whose contributions transcend sports.

Three Join Ivy Staff
The Ivy League has announced the addition of three new staff members for the 2005-06 season. Josi Carlson and E.J. Crawford are serving as Public Information Assistants, while Brian Barrio has assumed the duties of the Compliance Assistant.

Ivy League 2004-05 Season Review
The 2004-05 season was a special year for the Ivies, marking the final season in the first 50 years of Ivy League athletic competition. As usual, there were All-American performances and several national champions, as Ivy League athletes continued to set the bar higher for the future.

Dartmouth To Upgrade Facilities
The Dartmouth Board of Trustees is planning to enhance the facilities serving Dartmouth's athletic program. The plan includes revising the design for renovations to Alumni Gymnasium, approving the replacement of the Memorial Field playing surface, and authorizing planning for a new competition soccer facility and a new varsity athletic building.

Honors All Around
When the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America team for men's track and field was released on Tuesday, it honored Dartmouth's Sean Furey and Yale's Lucas Meyer. Now all eight schools can boast of an Academic All-American this school year!

Scholar Records
The Ivy League is quickly approaching its all-time record for Academic All-Americans in a season. After three Ivies were included on the Women's At-Large team, the count is up to 13, three shy of the all-time mark. The 28 awardees in the last two seasons is a record.

The Class of 2005
Every year, about this time, we bring you the senior awardwinners from the eight schools. Among them are psychology majors and national champions, engineering students and professional draft picks, Academic All-Americans and those serving the community. And frequently they are one in the same.

2005 Yale Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Yale's 2005 awardees are Robert Carr and Sarah Driscoll.

2005 Princeton Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Princeton's 2005 awardees included four women and two men,

2005 Penn Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Penn's 2005 awardees are Matt Feast and Katy Cross.

2005 Harvard Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Harvard's 2005 awardees are Ryan Fitzpatrick and Caryn Davies.

2005 Dartmouth Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Dartmouth's 2005 awardees are Lee Stempniak and Katianne Christian.

2005 Cornell Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Cornell's 2005 awardees are Travis Lee and Lauren May.

2005 Columbia Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Columbia's 2005 awardees are Delilah DiCrescenzo and Jeremy Sinkin.

It's Academic
The Academic All-America At-Large Team, sponsored by CoSIDA and ESPN The Magazine, has been released and four more Ivy Leaguers have earned that honor, bringing the season total to 10 with 14 more remaining on national ballots.

Sail On
The Harvard Crimson claimed its fifth national title in women's sailing at the Austin Yacht Club in Texas on Friday, but its first since 1972. Three other Ivy schools -- Dartmouth, Yale and Brown -- were among the nation's top 10.

Dartmouth AD Earns Katherine Ley Award
Dartmouth director of athletics Jo Ann "Josie" Harper has been selected by the ECAC as the Katherine Ley Award recipient.  The award honors someone of demonstrated leadership ability, a proponent of women's issues and a role model for women coaches and administrators.

CoSIDA Recognizes 17 More Ivies
Seventeen Ivy League student-athletes across two districts were selected to the 2005 CoSIDA Academic All-Districts teams sponsored by ESPN The Magazine. The recent announcement brings the total to 58 Ivy League student-athletes who have been recognized as All-District selections this academic year, including Harvard's Julie Chu (pictured).

2005 Spring Academic All-Ivy Team
Eighty student-athletes have been named to the 2005 Spring Academic All-Ivy Team. All nominees are starters or key reserves with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Handsome Mugsy
You may have seen him on ESPN or heard about him in USA Today. He is the new mascot for Yale University. Magnificent Mugsy Rangoon has been selected as Handsome Dan XVI. Even ESPN.com's Darren Rovell had a deep interest in the festivities.

Celebrating Student-Athlete Day
Last Wednesday , the folks at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School in Tenafly, N.J., celebrated National STUDENT-Athlete Day by again inviting a combination of players, coaches and administrators with Ivy League connections.

Here Comes The Sun
There were 16 League baseball games scheduled over the weekend, but not a single hit or run was recorded. All 16 were rained out, but have been rescheduled for Monday and Tuesday.

Can Your Bulldog Handle Fame?
The Yale Athletic Department is looking for the next bulldog to assume the role of mascot as Handsome Dan XVI. Yale, still mourning the passing of Dan XV, a.k.a. Louis, this winter, has decided to comb New England in search of his successor. Interested bulldogs and their owners should apply now.

2005 Winter Academic All-Ivy Team
Eighty student-athletes covering nine sports have been named to the 2005 Winter Academic All-Ivy Team. All nominees are starters or key reserves with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ten Leaguers on Black Enterprise's Most Powerful List
Ten Ivy Leaguers, all on Sports Illustrated's list of the 101 most influential minorities in sports, have been named to a list of the 50 most powerful African-Americans in sports. The list was created by Black Enterprise magazine.

Big Red Relief
Cornell senior gymnast Danielle Inwald has led the charge in organizing 'Big Red Relief,' a benefit concert for the victims of December's tsunami disaster. One of the goals of the event is to sell out 5,000-seat Barton Hall on Sunday, April 3.

Take It Outside
Ivy League Athletics has been cooped up inside since December. And despite snow blanketing much of the Northeast, that ends this weekend as Ivy baseball, softball and lacrosse all get underway.

Presidents Day
George Washington and Abraham Lincoln combined to receive eight honorary college degrees in their lifetimes, and six came from Ivy League schools. So today, we recognize our honorary own.

Thoughts of Spring?
Within a month, the 13 indoor winter sports will give way to the 13 outdoor spring sports in the Ivy League and for those who want to prepare for the games played in nature's elements, we give you the 2005 spring schedules.

National Girls and Women in Sports Day
The Ivy League has announced the release of a new website Wednesday to celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day. The new site contains a 20 interview series with Ivy alums in coaching and with current student-athletes, along with many other exciting features.

Ivy Weekly Women's Ice Hockey Honor Roll 10 -- 2/8
Harvard junior goalkeeper Ali Boe turned back 20-of-23 shots to hold the nation's leading offense to just three goals in Harvard's 6-3 win over No. 2 Dartmouth last Saturday. Teammate Nicole Corriero had the offensive spark against the Big Green, netting five goals.

Agents of Change
In our second week of features from the League's Black History Month celebration, we take a look at Lucy Diggs Slowe and Edwin Bancroft Henderson, two figures who were at the forefront of change in the Washington, D.C. area.

Yale Announces W.I.S.E.R.
The Yale Athletic Department, in partnership with nine pioneering female athletes, recently announced W.I.S.E.R., a new fund dedicated to women's varsity athletics at Yale. W.I.S.E.R. has already raised nearly a half million dollars toward a one million dollar year-end goal.

Price Claims Award
The National Soccer Coaches Association of America had already awarded Princeton Coach Julie Shackford with the National Coach of the Year Award. Now that organization has honored Princeton publicist Jerry Price with the award for the nation's best feature story for 2004.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Day
Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who would have celebrated his 76th birthday on Saturday had he not given his life to the cause of civil rights.

A Noble Profession
The Ivy League schools produce bankers and doctors and lawyers... and, as we have found out, a whole lot of teachers and coaches. In recent weeks the League has uncovered -- with the help of our schools and coaches -- at least 266 college and professional coaches from the League.

Holiday Service
As the days count down to the Holidays, for many of the Ivy League's student-athletes it means securing travel plans, final exams and athletic obligations, whether practice or competition. But it is also a time for many to serve the community in which they reside.

Eight Rhodes, Seven Marshalls
Ivy League students have claimed another 15 of the most prestigious post-graduate scholarships in the world. The Rhodes and Marshall Scholarship winners were recently released and five student-athletes were included.

2004 Fall Academic All-Ivy Team
Eighty student-athletes covering nine sports have been named to the 2004 Fall Academic All-Ivy Team. All nominees are starters or key reserves with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ivy Election Day, 2004
Today is the 55th presidential election in the United States and Ivy Leaguers have been on the ballot in 34 of them, including two Yalies this year. Because of the Ivy-vs-Ivy battle, we already know that this will be the 22nd election won by a candidate with Ivy League connections (either attended or served as University president). Click below for much more.

Harvard Mourns Passing
The Crimson's first women's golf coach and longtime supporter of Harvard University athletics, Warren Smith, passed away Saturday.

The New Directory Is Here!
We aren't going to get as excited as Navin R. Johnson did for the new phonebook, but the 2004-05 Online Ivy League Recordbook & Directory is here. It will guide you through a maze of 13 websites about the Ivy League.

League Wins Five CoSIDA Writing Awards
Ivy League Assistant Director Brett Hoover and former Public Information Assistant LaKesha Whitaker have been honored by CoSIDA in the latest writing awards. Hoover took first-place in the national historical feature category and second overall, while Whitaker took third in the district two competition.

Ivies in Athens -- 2004 Summer Games Recap
After years of preparation, the 2004 Summer Games were over in a flash. But the Ivy Leaguers made the most of their time in Greece, collecting a total of eight medals including two gold during their two weeks in Athens. Please click below for a full recap.

Neither Snow Nor Rain...
A new stamp issued by the United States Postal Service on June 9, 2004, has a distinct Ivy feel. The Olympic stamp is based on an ancient Greek vase housed at Penn's Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

Ivy Olympic Notebook
Here is the kind of stuff that doesn't show up on the sports page. It is a collection of the off-beat and unusual. Where else can you mix the Palace of Knossos, Pop-Tarts, Madagascarian lemurs (pictured) and MIT PhDs?

Columbia Names Murphy As Athletic Director
President Lee C. Bollinger has announced the appointment of Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, currently director of athletics and recreation at the University of Denver, as the new Columbia University Athletic Director, effective November 2004.

Medal Count
As of Sunday morning, only 13 countries have collected more medals than the 55 Ivy Leaguers in competition at the Olympics in Athens, Greece.

Postcards From Athens
Former Yale distance running All-American Kate O'Neill got to Athens on August 11 -- 16 days prior to her Olympic debut in the 10,000-meter run. So O'Neill has kept herself busy by hanging around the Olympic Village, avoiding sheep on long runs in Crete, soaking in the Opening Ceremonies and filing reports for her alma mater's website -- yalebulldogs.com.

Forging Gold
The Ivy League has been a part of the Olympic movement since its inception in 1896, when the U.S. team was made up entirely of Ivy Leaguers. Yet the League played a role prior to that as well -- in helping to revive the Games.

Leading The Way
Dr. Harold Shapiro served as Princeton University as President for over 14 years. Still teaching at the University, Shapiro was recently appointed to the 11-person Board of Directors for the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). We recently spoke to him about his new position.

IVIES IN ATHENS
As the Opening Ceremonies for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens begin, the Ivy League is celebrating with the launch of the biggest collection of Ivy Olympic data ever. Please click below for a link to the celebration.

Fresh Faces
Penn's hiring of Patrick Knapp as its women's basketball head coach fills another vacancy in the Ivy League coaching ranks and brings a new person into the Ivy family. Get complete details on Knapp's new job as well as the tasks ahead for ten other coaches who are new to the League in the last four months.

2003-04 Year in Review
The 2003-04 athletic year will be remembered as one of the most prolific in Ivy League history. The League boasts eight national champions, 118 All-Americans, and 66 CoSIDA Academic All-District. The Year in Review explores the ins and outs of yet another accomplished year while looking to the glory that is sure come from the League's professional and Olympic athletes.

Yale's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Yale, Nate Lawrie and Miles Whitman took home the top prizes.

Princeton's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Princeton, Claire Miller, Theresa Sherry, Emily Kroshus and Ryan Boyle took home the top prizes.

Penn's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Penn, Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan and Brian Chaput took home the top prizes.

Harvard's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Harvard, Dante Balestracci, Jesse Jantzen and Angela Ruggiero took home the top prizes.

Dartmouth's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Dartmouth, Mustafa Abdur-Rahim, Ed Lucas and Lana Smith took home the top prizes.

Cornell's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Cornell, Hannah Garrity and Ryan Vesce took home the top prizes.

Bryan, NBC Exec, Makes Sports Illustrated List
Donna Bryan (Penn '89), the Vice President of Business Affairs for NBC Sports, became the newest Ivy addition to Sports Illustrated's list of the most influential minorities in sports. A total of 10 with Ivy ties made the cut for 2004.

Goodbye Sydney!
The Ivy League has already topped the 2000 Sydney Olympics with the number of Ivy Leaguers who will be in competition. So far, the Ivies have placed 37 athletes on the U.S. squad as well as 18 athletes on foreign teams. The haul of 55 athletes heading to Athens is a League record.

Hubbard Joins Ivy League
Harvard graduate Tyson Hubbard has been named Public Information Assistant for the Ivy League, replacing LaKesha Whitaker, who served the League for two years before being appointed as a communication specialist for the New Jersey Democratic Assembly.

The Scholar-Athlete
The Ivy League wrapped the 2003-04 season with distinction on both the field of competition and in the classroom -- ranking among the nation’s top conferences in both the United States Sports Academy Directors' Cup as well as the CoSIDA Academic All-America program.

Aesthetically Pleasing..
Thanks to Charles Johnson and his fellow members of the class of 1954, Yale now has $10 million more towards restoring the historic Yale Bowl. The stadium has stood since 1914.

Erudite All-Stars
The Ivy League had a huge haul in the CoSIDA Academic All-America At-Large selections with seven League athletes garning the title of Academic All-American. With the track teams for both men and women being announced next week, the League is within one of its all-time four-year record of 51.

Three Ivies On USOC Board
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) has announced an 11-person Board of Directors to lead the organization. Included on the Board are three members with Ivy League backgrounds: Dr. Harold Shapiro, Mary McCagg and Anita L. DeFrantz.

Get Your Kicks...
Okay, other than Phillips, there is no reference for the number 66. That is the record number of Ivy Leaguers who have earned Academic All-District status from CoSIDA in 2003-04. Six have been named Academic All-America and 16 more await word.

CoSIDA Honors 14 Ivies
The Ivy League had a strong showing on the CoSIDA Academic All-District I teams for the at-large sports (those which have NCAA Championships but do not have separate teams). The League had 13 All-District I picks, including 10 first-teamers who now advance to the national ballot.

Spring 2004 Academic All Ivy
They come from 27 states, Washington, D.C. and three foreign countries and they have two things in common -- excellence in athletics and similar success in the classroom. The following 80 student-athletes are the 2004 Spring Academic All-Ivy team.

Gold Medal Project
Harvard's Angela Ruggiero has two Olympic medals, the Kazmaier Award and the reputation of the toughest women's hockey player in the country. Now she has a mission. This summer she will spend a month in Uganda with Right To Play, a human rights organization.

Quite The Buzz
After 17 years of sucking on a tree root, they are ready for the world. The cicadas are ready to make some noise and fly full speed into objects. It's what they do. The Ivy teams and individuals still active in the NCAAs will be pleased to know that the League has produced NCAA Champions every time the cicadas come out to play.

Big Red Pull Together
The Cornell men’s lacrosse team faces off with Navy next weekend after a season that saw the Big Red face the heartbreaking loss of a teammate. The courageous story of Cornell’s season following this tragedy was recently featured in USA Today. Please click below for the story.

Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll
Jamila Smith was a double winner for the Dartmouth women's track & field team last week. Competing at the New Hampshire Invitational, Smith won the hammer with a distance of 161-0 1/2, the discus with a mark of 124-10.

Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll 4 - 4/14
Columbia sophomore Akshay Rao had an impressive weekend in both singles and doubles, but now his Lions must face one of the remaining two unbeatens, Brown, in Providence on Friday afternoon. For the full Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll, please click below.

Ivy Leaguers Celebrate Student Athletes
National Student-Athlete Day -- established in 1987 by the Center for the Study of Sport in Society -- is celebrated each April 6th. This year Our Lady of Mount Carmel School, a small Catholic elementary school in Tenafly, N.J., celebrated the day and hosted a number of Ivy Leaguers as speakers for the event.

The Sweetest Thing
For many college athletes, there is nothing sweeter than winning league title after title. For Penn gymnast Christina Anzalone, winning two championships was the easy part. The road ahead would prove to be much tougher, and much sweeter.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Notebook 5 - 4/12
In another weekend of Ancient Eight action, Princeton continues defend its national title, going undefeated against Temple and Yale. Dartmouth is on a five game tear, taking victories over Cornell and Syracuse. Click below to catch up on all of last week's action.

Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll 3 - 4/8
Cornell senior Zach Gallin helped the Big Red record its first Ivy win of the season over Columbia last weekend. He defeated Rajeev Emay 6-3, 6-4 at the No. 1 singles spot, and then teamed with Scott Spencer to win at the No. 2 doubles position.

Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll 1 - 3/24
Yale first-year golfer Cindy Shin, who competed in the U.S. Women's Open as a high schooler last July, has already had a major impact, finishing fourth in the 99-person field at the Lady Herd/El Diablo Invitational in Citrus Springs, Fla., over the weekend.

Winter Academic All-Ivy Announced
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in winter sports today. These 80 athletes have achieved academically as well as athletically throughout their careers.

NCAA Selects Three From League
The NCAA has awarded 58 postgraduate scholarships of $7,500 each and three have gone to Ivy League fall sport champions -- Brown soccer player Adom Crew, Penn footballer Peter Veldman and Penn volleyball player Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan.

Influential Green
In the Ivy League’s continuing celebration of Black History Month, we present the story of four Dartmouth graduates who were named to Sports Illustrated's '101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports' list last spring.

Ivy Weekly All-Sports Honor Roll 7 - 2/18
Princeton sophomore Jacqueline Leahy won the women's foil national title in a field of 170 competitors at the Junior Olympic Fencing Championships held in Cleveland, Ohio, this week. Leahy was ranked second in the nation in her weapon before the event.

A Name To The Face
In celebration of Black History Month and National Girls and Women in Sports Day, we present the extraordinary story of Dr. Theodora Roosevelt Boyd, a two-sport star for Radcliffe College in the 1920s.

Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll 5 - 2/4
Not only did Columbia junior Ben Collins win three events in a dual meet at Cornell, he broke the 18-year-old pool record in the 200 individual medley in a time of 1:52.04.

The Bo You Didn't Know
Bo Roberson may not be the most well known "Bo", but he may have been the most talented. Click below for the story of the multi-dimensional Roberson, the only person to ever earn an Ivy degree, an Olympic medal and a doctorate AND play in the NFL.

Ivy Rivalries Showcased On CSTV
A trio of intense Ivy League rivalries will take center stage on CSTV: College Sports Television when the first 24-hour college sports network provides telecasts of No. 19 Cornell at No. 15 Penn wrestling, Harvard at Yale hockey and Penn at Princeton men’s basketball over an upcoming nine-day span.

Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll 4 - 1/28
Cornell senior Ib Stanley qualified for the ECAC Championships in both the long and triple jumps at the Cornell Challenge over the weekend, going 39-3 3/4 in the TJ and 18-8 1/2 in the LJ.

Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll 3 - 1/21
A pair of All-Americans -- Penn's Matt Feast and Cornell's Travis Lee -- had very strong showings at the National Duals in Cleveland, Ohio, over the weekend as those two programs are headed for a CSTV televised dual (tape-delay) on Feb. 1.

A New Way To Look At History
The revamped Ivy League Record Book & Directory is now available online in two ways -- in standard HTML format as well as PDF format. This will allow those interested to view it online or take it with them!

Ivy Weekly All-Sport Honor Roll 2 - 1/14
Dartmouth senior Mustafa Abdur-Rahim set the school record in the heptathlon at the Dartmouth Relays, qualifying for the NCAAs in the process while Brown junior All-America squash player Lillian Rosenthal captured the Cummings/Ketchum Cup at the University Club of New York in New York City. Read more about Ivy performances by clicking below.

Visual Trivia
Do you know what each Ivy League campus looks like? Do you think you could go eight-for-eight if you saw pictures? Here is your chance.

Ivy Winter Honor Roll 1 - 1/8
The winter sports around the Ivy League are picking up this week after many took a long break for exams and the holidays. Beginning next week, the League will provide comprehensive sport-by-sport honor rolls, detailing the week's top performers, on Wednesdays. In the winter, this will cover the sports of fencing, squash, swimming and diving, track and field and wrestling.

Big Red Planet
We've been known to break from the norm here on the Ivy League website. But today we are really stepping away by highlighting the ongoing deeds of Steven Squyres, a Cornell scientist who studied under the late Carl Sagan.

Another Crimson Rhodes Scholar
Harvard skier Rachael Wagner has been named a Rhodes Scholarship recipient for 2004. The Harvard University Gazette recently ran a story on Wagner and the five other Harvard students that received this honor.

Fall 2003 Academic All Ivy
The 80 Ivy League athletes selected for Fall Academic All-Ivy got it done in both competition and the classroom. Among the awardees are five Academic All-Americans as well as dozens of Academic All-District picks.

Snow Woes
The one-two punch of winter storms in the Northeast has left a multitude of scheduling decisions around the League. There have been a few postponements, but the best places to find that information is going directly to the source -- each of the schools. Click below for a guide.

Ivies Receive Academic Honor
Five Ivies have garnered attention not only on the field of play, but also in the classroom. CoSIDA has named them to the Academic All-America team. This group of men and women represent the fall sports of football and soccer and volleyball. Click below to see who made the team.

Ivies Find Early Success
Two former Ivy athletes have been selected to the "Forty Under 40" Hall of Fame by Street and Smith's Sports Business Journal. William Daly and George Pyne headline the list, which also includes seven others with Ancient Eight connections.

Ivy-Covered Coverage
Fans of the Ivy League will have a number of opportunities to watch the League's student-athletes compete on national television through two Ivy packages -- one on the YES Network and the other on CSTV: College Sports Television. Please click below for the full coverage.

NCAA Bound
Two Ivy League squads are making NCAA Tournament plans after wrapping up Ivy titles last weekend. The Princeton field hockey team and Dartmouth women's soccer squad have assured themselves of the League's automatic NCAA bids with their Ivy crowns.

Mulvenna Named To Compliance Post
Mary Mulvenna, a Temple University graduate and four-year starter for the Owls women's soccer team was hired as Compliance Assistant, replacing Nathan Fry.

Polling Place
A number of fall sports team are ranked nationally as the Ivy seasons heat up. This week has some important showdowns which will shape the race for the Ivy title, including Harvard's run at Princeton's supremacy in field hockey.

Leaguers Collect ECAC Awards
The Ivy League was well represented at the Eastern College Athletic Conference's (ECAC) Fall Convention, which was highlighted by the annual Honors Dinner presented by Jostens at the Sheraton Hyannis Resort on Tuesday.

Ivy SIDs Reunite
Ivy League university athletic publicists from years gone by recently held a reunion in Connecticut to discuss all the things that publicists-from-years-gone-by do. They also took a behind the scenes trip to ESPN headquarters thanks to former Brown SID Rosa Gatti, now a senior VP with the network.

Catching Up With Terdema Ussery
As the current president and CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, Ussery has been on an interesting journey that took him from California to New Jersey and everywhere in between. Click below to find out how his start in business law prepared him for the NBA Western Conference Finals.

Poll Worthy
Five Ivy League teams are current ranked nationally in five different sports, headed by the No. 9 position held by the Columbia women's cross country squad. Please check below for a complete rundown.

Ivy Time
The first Ivy game of the season is upon us as the Columbia field hockey team visits Cornell on Friday night at 7 pm. For a full roundup of the weekend's action, please click below.

ECAC Top Award Goes To Harvard
Harvard University has been selected as the 2003 Eastern College Athletic Conference Jostens Institution of the Year as the member school which best exemplifies the highest standards of collegiate academics and athletic performance.

I Have A Dream
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., gave his famous "I Have A Dream" speech 40 years ago today on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. We reflect to remember the man, the speech and the time.

Those Summer Days
For those that took an extended break during the offseason, Ben Samara has put together a summer review to get you caught up on the happenings from around the League during the past few months. Cory Gibbs of Brown made his debut with the U.S. National Team this summer.

Words of Wisdom
Robert Carr posseses an insight well beyond his 20 years. He also posseses a superior ability to break tackles. With two years remaining at Yale, he is on the pace to shatter several rushing records...

Rise & Conquer
It's not often that a football player has much in common with a philosopher. But in the Ivy League, Joe Weiss continues to prove an old saying right...

Joke's On You
Kickers have long been looked at as inferior, eccentric and distant. Peter Veldman has broken the mold and continues to take the Ivy League by storm...

Feelin' Fine
After overcoming a severe illness before his freshman season, Rodney Byrnes continues to star for Harvard with highlight reel plays at his new position...

Silencing The Doubters
Casey Cramer has been told he couldn't do it. Now, the senior captain is showing a world full of doubters that he can...

The Balancing Game
On the field, Kevin Rooney clearly exhibits his values every day, but he's found a multitude of ways to do so off the gridiron as well...

Trek Across Country into Final Stretch
A group of 60 college students, including nine student-athletes from Yale, are in the final week of the Habitat Bicycle Challenge -- a journey across North America to promote the values of, and raise money for, Habitat for Humanity.

Sports Illustrated Turns 50
Among the components of Sports Illustrated's year-long celebration of its 50th anniversary, the magazine has posted every one of its more than 2,500 covers online. Please click below for links to the 42 involving an Ivy League interest.

Ivy League Inks Two-Year Deal With YES
After a successful year of programming, The YES Network and the Ivy League will continue their partnership, bringing Ivy football and basketball to viewers in the Northeast. Five football and six basketball games are set to air during the year.

Ivy Presidents Act On Admissions, Athlete's Time Off
At its annual spring meeting on Tuesday, the Council of Ivy Group Presidents supplemented its long-standing guidelines for Ivy League athletics with new steps concerning admissions and athletes’ time commitments.

An Interview With Josie Harper
Recently, Dartmouth Director of Athletics Josie Harper sat down with Big Green Sports News to talk about her first year on the job.

Academic All-America List Continues To Grow
Cornell gymnast Rachel Goldberg was voted to the Verizon Academic All-American At-Large third team, making her the ninth Ivy Leaguer so named this season. The At-Large teams are comprised of crew, fencing, field hockey, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, rifle, skiing and swimming and diving athletes.

A Dueling Biochemist
After fencing and pole vaulting for the Crimson, Harvard senior Amy Bei is headed to Tanzania on Fulbright Scholarship. Once there she will be analyzing blood samples for the malaria genes with the goal of working on a vaccine. Click below for a link to the story from the Harvard Gazette.

Ivy League Awards 2003
During the past few weeks, the Ivy institutions have been honoring the best of the best in athletics with school awards. A handful of Ivy League athletes took home coveted trophies this year, after most celebrated their final season of intercollegiate athletics.

Yale End of the Year Awards
Kate & Laura O'Neill's sister act brought home yet another accolade, while basketball player Chris Leanza was awarded for his sportsmanship and inspired play. The Bulldogs also recognized Eric Wenzel for his courage after a tragedy.

Princeton End of the Year Awards
A parade of Princeton athletes were honored recently, splitting two awards. In all, seven athletes from eight different sports were recognized.

Penn End of the Year Awards
Two was the lucky number at Penn's awards banquet. The 2nd place finisher in the 800 meters at last year's outdoor track & field championships and the #2 ranked women's squash player in the nation were honored for their accomplishments by the Quakers.

Harvard End of the Year Awards
Recently, an Ivy football living legend and the nation's best women's ice hockey player were honored by the Harvard Crimson for their accomplishments during their careers.

Dartmouth End of the Year Awards
One just wasn't enough at Dartmouth recently. A two sport athlete, Carolyn Steele, and a 10-event competitor, decathlete Mustafa Abdur-Rahim, were honored as athletes of the year by the Big Green after stellar seasons.

Cornell End of the Year Awards
A host of Cornell athletes were presented with the Charles H. Moore award for outstanding athletes of the year after their senior seasons with the Big Red.

The Field of 64
The Ivy League has had a prominent place on the 2002-03 Verizon Academic All-District teams, checking in with 64 honorees this season. That gives the League 125 over the last two seasons.

Spring Academic All-Ivy (2003)
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in spring sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on a officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Physics Future
Cornell Chronicle scribe Tom Britton '04 tells the story of Derek Kingrey, a dominating force on the football field until he put down his pads to devote more time in the physics lab. Now on the doorstep of an undegraduate degree, Kingrey is making a beeline for his Ph.D.

Easy Riders
A number of Yale students -- including nine senior student-athletes -- have plans for the summer. They will embark upon a 4,000-mile bicycling journey this weekend, all to help build homes for those in need.

The Ivy Dozen
In a recent issue of Sports Illustrated, a list was compiled of the 101 Most Influential Minorities In Sports. Twelve people with direct Ivy ties, including the person they called the Most Influential were showcased.

Brains By The Dozen
Twelve Ivy Leaguers have been named to the Verizon Academic All-District At-Large Teams, bringing the season total of Verizon awardees to 57. Only four athletes need to be named to the district track & field squads (to be released next week) to match last year's grand total of 61.

The Weekend Ahead
The Ivy lacrosse action moves to Syracuse, the rowing and track & field action comes to New Jersey, the golf action heads to Alabama, the softball to Arizona and the tennis to Florida. We will stay right here to try to bring it to you.

Working For The Weekend
There is plenty of important action around the Ivy League this weekend, including four NCAA Championships and two events that will crown champions of the Ivy League. Click below for the weekend rundown.

Calling All Ivy Athletes!
As we gear up for summer, we want to stay in touch and find out about the interesting things you are doing for service, employment and fun. Click below to learn how to stay in touch from wherever you may go!

A Different Kind Of Title
While this is one of the title seasons in Ivy Athletics, the talk at Harvard and Princeton next week will focus on a different kind of title as both universities will be hosting free, public discussions of Title IX on campus.

Weekend Showdowns
The Ivy spring season has moved into high gear and each weekend makes the title chase more defined. And the picture will have improved clarity when the dust settles from the on-field battles this weekend.

Leaguers Finish Season At NCAAs
Three Ivy Leaguers finished among the top 20 in the All-Around at the NCAA Gymnastics Northeast Regional in Ann Arbor, Mich., led by Brown junior Jayne Finst.

Ivy Gymnasts Headed To NCAA Regionals
Led by 2003 ECAC Gymnast of the Year, Brown's Jayne Finst, the Ivy League is sending several gymnasts to the NCAA's. Finst, along with teammate Gina Verge and a strong contingent from Yale, will travel to Ann Arbor, Mich. for the Northeast Regionals this Saturday.

Ivy Lax Coming To CSTV
CSTV -- College Sports Television -- not only has launched, it will be nationwide by April 7. And DirecTV subscribers with the SPORTS Pack will be able to catch three lacrosse games involving Ivy League competition as well as a program, "Conference Calls," which will dedicate its April 17th show to the League and its student-athletes.

Winter Academic All-Ivy (2003)
With just the NCAA Championships for ice hockey, basketball and men's swimming and diving to be determined, the Ivy League is proud to announce its Academic All-Ivy team for the winter. Please click below for complete details.

Yale Wins Ivy Classic
Penn put up a good fight, but it was the Yale gymnastics team who emerged victorious at the 27th annual Ivy Classic. Click below for details.

Ivy League Celebrates Women In Sports
The Ivy League celebrates female athletes through our online National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebration. While NGWSD is only one day, the League honors our women year round.

Ivy League Celebrates Women In Sports
The Ivy League celebrates female athletes through our online National Girls and Women in Sports Day celebration. While NGWSD is only one day, the League honors our women year round.

The Ivy League Celebrates Black History
As part of Black History Month, the Ivy League brings you a wide variety of information and opinion from both past and present student-athletes. Please take some time to share in this celebration.

Ivy On-Line Celebrations Ahead
The Ivy League has a long and proud tradition in athletics and education and this February we will celebrate both Black History Month and National Girls & Women In Sports Day with those traditions in mind. The League will have significant on-line celebrations for both, complete with loads of historical information as well as interviews with 32 current student-athletes and 16 Ivy League alumni.

2002-03 Recordbook Is Now Online
For the first time, the annual "Ivy League Record Book & Directory" is available online in its complete form. The online version is the largest compilation of Ivy League information ever assembled and it will become bigger and better with each passing year.

Fall Academic All-Ivy Team Announced
The League's best and brightest shine not only on the field of competition, but also in the classroom. Click below to see the list of 80 who were named Academic All-Ivy.

The Ivy League, CSTV Reach Agreement
The Ivy League has reached an agreement with College Sports Television and joins some of the top collegiate athletic conferences under CSTV's umbrella of programming. With the League's 33 sports to be televised, click below to find out when you'll get to watch your favorite Ivy League sport.

Ancient Eight Makes Noise in National Polls
Led by the Columbia women's Cross Country squad, the Ivy League has started to take up residence on national polls in a variety of sports.

Three Ivies Earn ECAC Honors
Dartmouth senior cross country runner Tom McArdle, Harvard sophomore volleyball player Kaego Ogbechie and Big Green senior quarterback Brian Mann were honored by the ECAC as the Division I performers of the week.

We're One Now!
Today is the first birthday of the 'new' Ivy League website. In the year, we have had more than 1 million visits to the site and now is your chance to give us some feedback and help determine where we may go in the future.

Ivy Leaguers Abound in National Publications
In the latest Sports Illustrated (Sept. 16, Football Odyssey on cover), two Ivy Leaguers -- one a school publicist and another an incoming freshman -- are featured. Dartmouth SID Kathy Slattery (pictured) is in 'Faces In The Crowd', Princeton newcomer Kamara James is in "For the Love of the Game", while Former Dartmouth QB Jay Fiedler gets cover boy status from ESPN The Magazine.

An Ivy Summer
For those who have been enjoying the shore, the links and the backyard grill, it is time to catch up on all the news coming from the Ivy campuses over the summer. Please click below for a summer review.

Ivy League Ranked Sixth In Sears Cup
The Ivy League had the sixth-best per school average in the Sears Cup standings, which were released in June. Click below for more information and a vast compilation of the highlights from the extraordinary 2001-02 season.

The Ivy League and SI
The renowned magazine, Sports Illustrated, has featured many athletes on its cover. The Ivy League has been well represented.

The Ultimate Ivy Trivia Quiz
Okay, you asked for it. So we bring you all the Ivy weekly trivia questions for the entire year and answer some reader mail in the process.

Reynolds Heads Academic All-America Picks
Cornell women’s lacrosse player Jaimee Reynolds, a senior from Baltimore, Md., became just the 13th Ivy Leaguer to earn first-team Academic All-America status twice in a career as she was named to the Verizon Academic All-America Women’s At-Large Team today. In addition to Reynolds, five other Ivy League female athletes were selected as third-team Academic All-Americans today.

Ivies Select Annual Awards Winners
Each institution concluded the 2001-02 academic year with the presentation of annual student-athlete awards to those who have made outstanding athletic and academic contributions. Highlighted in this feature are each school's most prestigious men's and women's awards.

Verizon Awards Dozens of Ivy Leaguers
The Ivy League placed 61 student-athletes on the Verizon Academic All-District Teams during the 2001-02 season as the Academic All-America program turned 50 years old. To be eligible for the team, a student-athlete must maintain a GPA of 3.2 or higher (on a 4.0 scale), be in their second year of participation at the school and be an important contributor to their team.

Academic All-Ivy For Spring Selected
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in spring sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and women from its eligible student-athletes.

Welcome & Fond Farewell
As we head into the summer months in the Ivy Office, we will be welcoming two new assistants who will help serve this website and watching two others move on. Please click below to read about our wonderful assistants.

Ivy Spring Postseason Guide
The Ivy League has teams and individuals vying for national titles and All-American status in the coming weeks, beginning Thursday with softball, men's & women's track and men's golf. Click below for a full postseason guide.

Winter Academic All-Ivy Announced
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in winter sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on a officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Each institution nominated five men and women from its eligible student-athletes. The full list, alphabetically by institution, follows.

Princeton Trackster Published in NCAA News
Chanel Lattimer, a freshman from Severna Park, Md., had an editorial column entitled "Clearing Racial-Equity Hurdle Starts with Us" printed in the Feb. 18 NCAA News. Lattimer, a sprinter for the Tigers, finished third in the Heptagonal 200m dash over the weekend.

Heavy Medal
As the Olympics came to a close last weekend, a total of 14 Ivy Leaguers brought home a medal from Salt Lake. With 25 representatives this year, more than half of Ivy Olympians were awarded hardware. Click on the title for a complete list of our medal winners, as well as results for all our contingent in Salt Lake.

Spring Has Sprung
With the start of the spring sports season only a week away, the League has posted composite and team-by-team schedules for baseball, men's and women's lacrosse, and softball. Click on the title to access links to the schedules.

Ivy League Black History Celebration
Please join us as we celebrate the rich history and achievements of African-American athletes in the Ivy League.

Sports Business Journal Tabs Three Leaguers
Three former Ivy League athletes were named to the Street and Smith's Sports Business Journal "Forty Under 40" list. The award honors young executives, under the age of forty, who have made their mark in the various disciplines of the sports industry. Dartmouth graduate William Daly (pictured) made the list for the first time.

Fall Academic All-Ivy Announced
The Ivy League released today its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in fall sports. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on a officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages. Click on the story title for the full list.

A Time of Thanksgiving
We at the Ivy League Office send to all our "readers" our best wishes for a happy and peaceful Thanksgiving, and our hopes that the spirit of this holiday can remain with us all in the months to come. At this time we remember especially all those who perished in the events of September 11, and their family members and friends whose lives have been saddened so deeply.

Ivies Nab Three ECAC Weekly Awards
Harvard footballer Carl Morris wins ECAC offensive player of the week, Dartmouth forward Rebekka Stucker claims field hockey player of the week, and Princeton booter Mike Nugent garners men's soccer player of the week. Click on the story for more about ECAC accolades.

Columbia Senior Awards
Shawnee Pickney and Jed Dupree won the highest senior awards from Columbia University's athletic department.

2000-01 Senior Awards
At the conclusion of each year, Ivy institutions hand out "Senior Awards" for its most outstanding senior student-athletes. Here is a complete list of the top awards from each school.


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Shon, Han Led Ivy Contingent at U.S. Women's Amateur
Princeton’s Kelly Shon and Penn’s Isabel Han [pic.] advanced to mach play at the 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship at the par-72 Charlotte Country Club.

Shon, Han Lead Ivy Contingent at U.S. Women's Amateur
Princeton’s Kelly Shon and Penn’s Isabel Han [pic.] advanced to mach play at the 2010 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship at the par-72 Charlotte Country Club.

2010 Ivy Football Media Day Central
The Ivy League officially kicked off the 2010 football season on Tuesday, August 10, highlighted by its media day teleconference featuring all eight head coaches and the unveiling of the media’s preseason picks for the Ivy title.

2010 Ivy Football Media Day Teleconference
The Ivy League kicks off the 2010 season with its annual football media day teleconference, featuring all eight Ivy head coaches.

Harvard Selected 2010 Ivy Football Preseason Favorite
Harvard was selected the favorite in the annual Ivy League Football Preseason Media Poll to win the 2010 Ivy title for the fourth time in five years. The Crimson's quest for another Ivy title will be led by preseason All-America pick Collin Zych [pic.].

Ivy Football on SIRIUS for Sixth Season in 2010
The Ivy League will once again be featured on SIRIUS Satellite Radio for the 2010 season with Game of the Week broadcasts for football and men's basketball. This will mark the sixth year Ivy action from the gridiron and the hardwood will be featured on SIRIUS.

NFF to Co-Host Asa S. Bushnell Cup Presentation
The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) and the Ivy League announced today that the organizations will co-host the 2010 presentation of the Asa S. Bushnell Cup, which honors the Ivy League Football Player of Year, in New York City as part of the festivities surrounding the 53rd NFF Annual Awards Dinner.

Eight Men's Hoops Ivies Named To NABC Honors Court
Eight Ivy League men’s basketball players were named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court, recognizing those collegiate basketball student-athletes who excelled in academics during the 2009-10 season.

Sheehy to Lead Dartmouth Athletics
Harry Sheehy, a highly regarded administrator and former coach who has led Williams College to 17 Division III national team championships during his 10-year tenure, has been named Dartmouth's Director of Athletics and Recreation, effective September 7, 2010.

Four Players with Ivy Ties Named to WLAX National Team
The Ivy League will once again be represented on the U.S. National Team in women’s lacrosse as current Brown star Paris Waterman, former Dartmouth standouts Colleen Olsen and Devon Wills and Yale assistant coach Jillian Byers have been named to the 36-member team.

Colleran, Finney Join Ivy League Staff
Dan Colleran and Sarah Finney have been named Assistant Directors for Communications and Championships at the Ivy League Office, beginning August 2, 2010, Robin Harris, Executive Director of the Council of Ivy Group Presidents, announced today.

53 Ivy Trackers Named USTFCCCA All-Academic
The Ivy League boasted 53 student-athletes named to the 2010 Division I Men’s and Women’s All-Academic Track & Field teams announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Joakim Flygh Named Yale Women's Ice Hockey Coach
Joakim Flygh, who has been to the NCAA Tournament in five of the last six seasons as an assistant coach at Harvard and Minnesota-Duluth, has been named Yale's head women's ice hockey coach.

Ivies Help USA Claim Gold at 2010 FIL Championship
Five players with Ivy League ties helped the U.S. men’s lacrosse national team claim gold at the 2010 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship at the University of Manchester in Manchester, England.

Princeton's McCulloough Wins Gold at IAAF World Juniors
Princeton freshman Conor McCullough won gold and set the championship record in the men's hammer throw, becoming Team USA's first individual gold medalist at the IAAF World Junior Championships in Moncton, N.B.

Preseason Honors Pour in for Ivy Football
The 2010 preseason accolades for Ivy League football have been pouring over the past few weeks as five Ivy players have received All-America honors so far.

The Battle Continues
Yale women's hockey player Mandi Schwartz, her parents Carol and Rick, and her fiancée Kaylem Prefontaine have been in Seattle since last week in preparation for a cord blood transplant on August 26 to treat her leukemia. The procedure will take place at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, which partners with Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Harvard's Lin Signs NBA Contract with the Warriors
Former Harvard guard and three-time All-Ivy League honoree Jeremy Lin ’10 has signed a multiple-year professional contract with the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association.

Two Ivies Named Arthur Ashe Scholar Award Finalists
Dartmouth's Margaret Smith and Princeton's Aundeah Kearney were named top 10 finalists for the 2010 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award.

Cornell Women's Hoops Named to WBCA Academic Top 25
For the second straight season, the Big Red women’s basketball team has been named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll.

Cutler Tapped as Women's Golf Coach at Princeton
Nicki Cutler, previously an assistant women's golf coach at Vanderbilt University, has been named as Princeton University's head coach of women's golf, Director of Athletics Gary Walters has announced.

Ford-Centonze Takes Over Dartmouth Women’s XC
Dartmouth head women’s track and field coach Sandy Ford-Centonze returns as the head coach for its women’s cross country program this fall, in addition to her duties that she has had for the last 18 years.

Former Penn Standout Running the Point for the Lakers
Former Penn standout Ibrahim Jaaber, the 2006 and 2007 Ivy League Men's Basketball Player of the Year, is trying to make his NBA dreams become reality, handling the point guard duties for the Los Angeles Lakers' summer league team.

Eiter to Coach Team USA in FILA World Jr. Championships
Penn wrestling head coach Rob Eiter will be adding another color to his wardrobe later this month, trading in his allegiance to the Red and Blue while leading Team USA in the 2010 FILA World Junior Championships in Budapest, Hungary from July 20-25.

Nixon to Participate in NCAA Mock Bracketing Exercise
Columbia head women’s basketball coach Paul Nixon will be one of 19 Division I head coaches and two Women’s Basketball Coaches Association administrators to participate in a “mock” selection exercise hosted by the Division I Women’s Basketball Committee and members of the NCAA staff July 16-17 in Indianapolis.

Harvard Hires Wojcik to Lead Men's Lacrosse Program
Former Harvard two-sport captain Chris Wojcik has been named the Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Lacrosse, announced by Bob Scalise, the Nichols Family Director of Athletics.

Two Ivy Golfers Named GCAA All-America Scholars
Columbia's Clark Granum and Penn's Chance Pipitone have been recognized as two of 119 NCAA Division I players across the country as Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholars for the 2009-10 season by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA).

Junot Named Harvard Men's Soccer Head Coach
Carl Junot has been named the Virginia B. and James O. Welch ’52 Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Soccer, Bob Scalise, the Nichols Family Director of Athletics, announced Thursday afternoon.

Harvard Heavyweight Crew Captures Henley Ladies’ Plate
The Harvard heavyweight varsity eight edged Oxford Brookes University and Oxford University by one-third of a length Sunday on the Thames River to capture the Ladies’ Challenge Plate at the 2010 Henley Royal Regatta.

Harvard Heavyweight Eight to Row for Henley Title
Harvard's heavyweight varsity eight won for the second straight day to advance to the Ladies’ Challenge Plate final at the 161st Henley Royal Regatta.

Ivy Crews Compete at 161st Henley Royal Regatta
Ivy League crews opened the 161st Henley Royal Regatta with Harvard carrying the banner for the Ancient Eight with its varsity four and heavyweight freshman eight each winning their first two races.

Former Harvard Hoops Standouts Get NBA Chance
Two former Harvard standouts will get their chances at their NBA dreams as Brian Cusworth [pic.] has signed to play with the New Orleans Hornets for their NBA Summer League team while Jeremy Lin has signed to play with the Dallas Mavericks' summer league team after an impressive showing at their mini-camp.

Cornell's Wittman to Play for Celtics Summer League Team
Cornell's Ryan Wittman, the 2009-10 Ivy League Player of the Year, has been signed by the Boston Celtics to suit up for their Summer League team when the squad plays in the AirTran Airways Pro Summer League in Orlando, Fla.

Dartmouth's Hudek Named USA Hockey Assistant Coach
Dartmouth women's hockey head coach Mark Hudek was named an assistant coach for the 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival, which will take place in August 13-21 Lake Placid, N.Y.

Dartmouth's Hudek Named US Festival Asst. Coach
Dartmouth women's hockey head coach Mark Hudek was named an assistant coach for the 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival, which will take place in August 13-21 Lake Placid, N.Y.

Ivy League Statement on Harvard Men's Basketball
The Ivy League and Harvard University announced today that Harvard has declared an unintentional secondary violation in connection with conversations in the summer of 2007.

Columbia's Steinman To Receive CoSIDA Lifetime Award
Former Columbia University Sports Information Director Bill Steinman will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on July 5 in San Francisco, Calif.

Kittleman Named Women's Lacrosse Coach at Columbia
Liz Kittleman, an assistant at Penn for the last four years, has been named Columbia's head women's lacrosse coach by M. Dianne Murphy, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education.

Harvard's Stone to Lead USA Hockey National Program
Harvard women's ice hockey head coach Katey Stone will lead the U.S. Women's Ice Hockey National Program throughout the 2010-11 season.

Columbia Receives NCAA Women's Basketball Grant
Columbia has been selected by the NCAA as one of 12 institutions and two conferences to receive a women's basketball grant for the 2010-11 season as part of the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Grant Program to increase awareness, exposure and attendance.

Ivies Dominate ECAC Hockey All-Academic Teams
One hundred sixty-eight Ivy League men’s and women’s ice hockey student-athletes were named to the 2009-10 ECAC Hockey All-Academic teams.

Drake Named Dartmouth Men's Tennis Head Coach
Dartmouth College’s Acting Director of Athletics and Recreation Bob Ceplikas announced today the hiring of Chris Drake as the head coach of the Big Green’s men’s tennis program.

Yale's Labosky Named First Team Academic All-American
Yale senior runner Chris Labosky has been selected to the 2010 ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Men's Track & Field/Cross Country Team, which was announced Tuesday by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Ivies Invest in Urban Education
For four Ivy League athletes, the recovery begins. That's because Trey Peacock, Adrian Colarusso, Jessie Rhee and Brittney Smith spent several days designing and preparing leadership curriculum for at-risk high school students from Indianapolis, followed by two intensive and exhausting weeks of implementing the program while also serving in mentorship and advisory roles for the students.

DeLuca Takes Over Men's Lax Reigns at Cornell
Ben DeLuca has been named The Richard M. Moran Head Coach of Men's Lacrosse at Cornell, replacing Jeff Tambroni, who resigned Thursday to take the head coach position at Penn State.

Tillman Resigns to Become Head Coach of Maryland Lax
John Tillman has resigned as the Frisbie Family Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Lacrosse to accept the head coaching position at the University of Maryland, it was announced Wednesday afternoon.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in spring sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Harvard's Clark Leaves to Lead Creighton
Jamie Clark has stepped down as the Virginia B. and James O. Welch ’52 Head Coach for Harvard Men’s Soccer, to take the head coach position at Creighton.

 Clark guided the Crimson to a 26-10-1 (.716) overall record in two seasons.

Ivy Runners Finish Strong at NCAA Nationals
The Ivy League's NCAA Track and Field Championship contingent followed up Brown junior Craig Kinsley's national championship in the javelin with a total of five more All-American performances in the final two days of the competition in Eugene, Ore.

Kinsley Takes NCAA Title, Four Other Ivies in Finals
Brown junior Craig Kinsley became the first Bear to win a track & field national title in 58 years, taking the javelin competition at the NCAA Championships in Eugene, Ore., on Thursday. Four other Ivies will compete in national finals on Friday.

VERSUS to Broadcast Ivy Football Games in 2010 & 2011
The Ivy League Office today announced an agreement with VERSUS, the fastest growing sports cable network in the country, to televise at least three football games for the 2010 and 2011 seasons, culminating each year with the Harvard vs. Yale game—one of the most storied rivalries in sports.

Columbia's Spear Named Academic All-America of the Year
Columbia senior fencer Jeff Spear, named Academic All-America® of the Year for the Men’s At-Large Teams, highlighted the list of six Ivy League student-athletes named to the 2010 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® Men’s and Women’s At-Large Teams, as selected by CoSIDA.

Co-Rookies of the Year Named Freshman All-America
Columbia's Dario Pizzano (pic.) and Dartmouth's Chris O'Dowd were named to the Louisville Slugger's Freshman All-American team, as announced by Collegiate Baseball. Pizzano was tabbed in the outfield, while O'Dowd earned the nod at catcher.

Twenty Three Ivies Set to Begin at Nationals
Twenty three (13 women and 10 men) Ivy League track and field student-athletes will begin competition tomorrow at the 2010 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships, taking place at the University of Oregon's Hayward Field June 9-12. Click inside for the list of athletes along with links to the live stream!

Eleven Ivy Women's Rowers Named CRCA All-America
Eleven Ivy League women’s rowers were named to the All-America teams announced by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association.

Princeton Lightweights Repeat as IRA Champions
Led by Princeton’s men's lightweight crew second-straight national championship, the Ivy League had another strong showing at the 2010 IRA Championships on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Late Homers Doom Upset Bid for #4 Dartmouth
The Big Green gave 20th-ranked Texas A&M all it could handle as freshman Kyle Hunter pitched beautifully, but solo home runs in the eighth and ninth ended Dartmouth's season in a 4-3 loss at the NCAA Regionals. The Ivy champs finish 27-19.

Offensive Explosion 23 Years in the Making
Although it is probably against protocol to post, but Dartmouth's Jason Brooks drove in six runs and Zack Bellenger blasted two home runs while Cole Sulser threw five innings of two-run relief as Dartmouth eliminated Florida International in the Coral Gables Regional with a 15-9 victory. The Big Green will now face Texas A&M in an elimination match.

Frantic Comeback Falls Short at NCAA Regional
After falling behind 11-0 through five innings, the Dartmouth Big Green pecked away against the 11th-ranked Miami Hurricanes but fell short in their comeback quest in a 12-8 loss in the first round of the NCAA Regional in Coral Gables, Fla.

Six Ivy Tracksters Earn CoSIDA Academic All-District
The 2010 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Men's and Women's Track/Cross Country Teams have been selected by the Academic All-America® Committee. In total, six Ivy Leaguers gained distinction, including five first-teamers.

Herrmann Answers Cleveland Indians' Call
Former Harvard pitcher Frank Herrmann has been called up to the Major League and will be pitching for the Cleveland Indians this weekend. The Chicago White Sox will host Cleveland before the Tribe returns home for a seven-game home stand with the first four coming against the Boston Red Sox.

Yale's Allain Named U.S. Junior National Team Head Coach
Yale men’s ice hockey head coach Keith Allain has been named the head coach of the 2011 U.S. National Junior Team, marking his third stint as the team’s head coach.

More Accolades Bestowed on Ivy Women's Lacrosse
In addition to the IWLCA selections, several publications have also dubbed Ivy League student-athletes as All-America for the 2010 season. Womenslacrosse.com and Womenslax.com have recognized six from Ancient Eight with postseason accolades.

Cornell's Intihar, Menaker Named Academic All-America
Cornell seniors Alyson Intihar [pic.] and Elise Menaker were each selected for spots on the prestigious ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America team for softball announced by CoSIDA.

Four Ivies Named IWLCA All-America
The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced the 48 Division I All-America selections, and four players from the Ivy League have been tabbed. Penn's Ali DeLuca, the Player of the Year, earned first-team honors while the others took third-team nods. The League also had 19 selections to All-Region teams.

43 Ivy Women's Rowers Named CRCA Scholar-Athletes
A total of 43 Ivy League women’s rowers were named National Scholar-Athletes by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association for the 2010 season.

Dartmouth Avoids Top-8 Seed; Heads to Coral Gables
Dartmouth (26-17; #4 seed) will join #2 Texas A&M and #3 Florida International in Coral Gables, Fla. as the University of Miami anchors one of the 16 NCAA Baseball Regionals. The Big Green avoided a Top-8 National seed and will face the host Hurricanes (40-17) at Alex Rodriguez Park on June 4.

Three Ivy Teams Finish in Top 6 at NCAA Women's Rowing
The Ivy League posted another strong showing at the 2010 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships with Princeton, Brown and Yale finishing in the top six of the team competition, Yale winning its second-straight varsity eight individual national title and Brown winning the NCAA individual title with its second varsity eight.

Cornell's Run Ends, Defeated in National Semis
The Cornell Big Red men's lacrosse team had its national title hopes come to an end today, falling 12-7 to Notre Dame in the first NCAA national semifinal in Baltimore's M&T Bank Stadium.

Princeton Pair Falls Just Short in NCAA Doubles Rd. of 16
Princeton's Taylor Marable and Hilary Bartlett started fast but fell just short in a three-set defeat in the doubles round of 16 at the 2010 NCAA Division Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Princeton Duo Advances at NCAA Tennis Championships
The Princeton duo of Taylor Marable and Hilary Bartlett rallied to a three-set win in the opening round of the 2010 NCAA Division Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga., to advance to the round of 16 in the doubles tournament.

Den Hartog & Bacigalupo To Be Enshrined in Lax Hall
Two Ivy League lacrosse legends -- Francesca Den Hartog, Harvard ’83 and Scott Bacigalupo, Princeton '94 -- will be inducted into the 2010 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, as announced by the US Lacrosse Board of Directors.

Become A Hero
As Yale women’s ice hockey player Mandi Schwartz continues to battle leukemia, efforts to find her a matching marrow or cord blood donor have intensified. With help from some former Bulldogs, those efforts have expanded to include everything from hockey tournaments in Canada to the World’s Largest Baby Shower in Atlanta.

Yale's Witt Resigns as Women's Ice Hockey Head Coach
Yale women’s ice hockey head coach Hilary Witt has announced that she is resigning to pursue other interests after eight seasons at the Bulldogs' helm.

Twelve Men's Laxers Named All-Americans
A total of 12 Ivy League men's lacrosse players have been named USILA Division I All-Americans, as announced by the organization. Cornell sophomore Rob Pannell was the lone Ivy Leaguer to earn first team distinction.

NCAA Women's Rowing Championships Preview
Brown, Princeton and Yale are among the 16 teams vying for the 2010 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships May 28-30 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, Calif.

Wong, Cao Fall in Singles at NCAA Tennis Championships
Columbia’s Jonathan Wong [pic.] and Harvard’s Holly Cao both fell in the opening round of the singles tournament Wednesday afternoon at the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Wong, Cao Fall in Singles at NCAA Tennis Championships
Columbia’s Jonathan Wong [pic.] and Harvard’s Holly Cao both fell in the opening round of the singles tournament Wednesday afternoon at the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Ivies in Action at NCAA Tennis Individual Championships
Columbia’s Jonathan Wong, Harvard’s Holly Cao [pic.] and Princeton’s Hilary Bartlett and Taylor Marable will be in action in the singles and doubles competition at the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex in Athens, Ga.

Nineteen More Ivies Earn Academic All-District Honors
A total of 19 Ivy League student-athletes have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Men's and Women's At-Large teams, as announced by CoSIDA.

Columbia Finishes 13th at NCAA Men's Golf Regional
The Columbia University men's golf team finished up its 2010 season at the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships East Regional in 13th place with three straight sub-300 rounds.

101 Ivies to Compete in NCAA East Regionals
The Ivy League will send 101 student-athletes — 51 men and 50 women — to Greensboro, N.C., next weekend to compete in the NCAA East Preliminary Rounds for a shot at the NCAA Championships in early June.

Cornell Beats Army, Back in Final Four
For the third time in four years, the Cornell men's lacrosse team has advanced to the NCAA Final Four, as the BIg Red defeated Army, 14-5, today in the NCAA Quarterfinals in Stony Brook, N.Y. Cornell will face Notre Dame next weekend in Baltimore, Md.

Cornell's Softball Season Ends at NCAA Tucson Regional
Cornell had its softball season come to an end at the NCAA Tucson Regional after a 7-0 loss to No. 14 Oklahoma State at Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Softball Stadium.

No. 1 Maryland Knocks Penn Out of NCAAs
Penn's bid for a fourth consecutive appearance at the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Final Four came to an end one stop early as the No. 8 seeded Quakers were knocked out of the 2010 NCAA Tournament by top-seeded Maryland, 15-10.

Cornell Shut Out by Arizona in NCAA Softball Opener
The high-powered Arizona offense scored three times in each of the first two innings and cruised to a 9-0, five-inning victory over Ivy League champion Cornell at Rita Hillenbrand Memorial Softball Stadium in game two of the NCAA Tucson Regional. Cornell meets Oklahoma State Saturday in a loser's bracket game at 7 p.m.

Ivy Student-Athletes Once Again Lead in the Classroom
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nation’s most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in the NCAA's official release, with 135 Ivy teams recognized.

Three Ivy Teams Make NCAA Women's Rowing Field
The Ivy League received three selections -- Brown, Princeton and Yale -- to the 2010 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships to be held May 28-30 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Gold River, Calif.

Penn Finishes 24th at NCAA Women's Golf West Regional
The Penn women's golf team finished up at the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championships West Regional shooting 325 as a team to finish at 977 for the tournament.

Eight Ivies Named Academic All-District in Softball
Led by three first-team selections from Cornell, the Ivy League had eight District 1 honorees on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for softball announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Cornell to Play at Arizona in NCAA Softball Regional
The Cornell softball team will play at No. 10 Arizona in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Softball Championship on Friday, May 21 at 9 p.m. Eastern time.

All-Ivy Baseball -- 2010
Although turned away in the Ivy Championship Series, the Columbia Lions took the majority of superlative awards for the season. Pat Lowery (pic.) won Pitcher of the Year and Dario Pizzano earned Co-Rookie of the Year. Penn's Tom Grandieri and Dartmouth's Chris O'Dowd were also honored.

All-Ivy Men’s Rowing -- 2010
The 2010 All-Ivy teams for men’s rowing were determined at the Eastern Sprints in Worcester, Mass. The rowers in the first Ivy boat in the varsity eight grand final were named to the first team while the members of the second Ivy boat were named second team.

All-Ivy Women’s Rowing -- 2010
The 2010 All-Ivy teams for women’s rowing were determined at the Eastern Sprints in Cherry Hill, N.J. The rowers in the first Ivy boat in the varsity eight grand final were named to the first team while the members of the second Ivy boat were named second team.

Harvard, Princeton Capture Ivy Men’s Rowing Titles
The Harvard men’s heavyweight crew reclaimed its place as the Ivy League’s top varsity eight boast while the Princeton lightweights captured their second-straight Ivy title at the 2010 Eastern Sprints on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.

Yale Repeats as Ivy Women’s Rowing Champion
Yale avenged a regular-season loss to top-seeded Princeton to win its second-straight Ivy League Women’s Rowing and fourth in six years at the 2010 Eastern Sprints on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Princeton Men Fall to Notre Dame in NCAA First Round
The Ivy Tournament champion Princeton men's lacrosse team fell to Notre Dame, 8-5, in the first round of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships today at Princeton's Class of 1952 Stadium.

Princeton Edged by Virginia in NCAA First Round
The Princeton women's tennis team came just short in its 2010 NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Championships first-round match, edged 4-3 by Virginia.

Columbia Falls to Wake Forest in NCAA First Round
The Columbia men's tennis team dropped its first round match in 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships to #22 Wake Forest, 4-0. The match took place at the Snyder Tennis Center on the campus of the University of Virginia.

Harvard Dropped by Georgia in NCAA First Round
The No. 39 Harvard women’s tennis team suffered a 4-0 loss to No. 19 Georgia in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championshps.

Penn Handles Boston University in Women's Lax
In the first round of the NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship, Penn overcame Boston University 14-9 Saturday afternoon at Immaculata University's Draper Walsh Stadium. The Quakers advance to the quarterfinals where they will meet top-seeded Maryland next weekend.

Cornell Advances to NCAA Q'finals in 3OT Thriller
Cornell junior Max Feely picked an oppportune time to score his first career goal, as the All-Ivy defender lifted the No. 7 Big Red past Loyola (Md.), 11-10, in triple overtime of the first round of the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships.

EARC Sprints Preview
The Ivy heavyweight and lightweight titles will be up for grabs as the 65th edition of the EARC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.

EAWRC Sprints Preview
Once again, the Ivy women’s rowing title will be up for grabs as the 37th edition of the EAWRC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

All-Ivy Softball — 2010
Ivy champion Cornell lead the way on this year's team with five first-team members, including Ivy Player of the Year Alyson Intihar and Pitcher of the Year Elizabeth Dalrymple (pic.), both repeat awardwinners.

Columbia's Spear Earns NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
Three-time All-American fencer Jeff Spear was recently awarded an NCAA postgraduate scholarship. The 2008 NCAA Individual Champion in sabre is one of 58 senior winter student-athletes across all NCAA divisions to gain the scholarship.

All-Ivy Outdoor Track & Field — 2010
2010 Outdoor Heps Men’s Most Outstanding Performer Joshua Kirkpatrick of Cornell leads this year's All-Ivy team after winning the decathlon and long jump this past weekend at the 75th Outdoor Heps meet in Princeton, N.J.

Penn to Host Boston U. in NCAA WLAX First Round
With the No. 8 seed, Penn's women's lacrosse team will face a familiar opponent, Boston University, in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship.

Cornell, Princeton to Host NCAA MLAX First Round Games
Following a classic battle in the inaugural Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament, Cornell and Princeton learned their NCAA fates by receiving two of the top eight seeds in the 16-team bracket for the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship.

Cornell Men & Women Double at Outdoor Heps
For the seventh time in the last eight years, Cornell has swept the men's and women's Outdoor Heps championships; both Big Red teams winning the 75th edition of the Ivy Outdoor championships in convincing fashion.

Princeton Wins 2010 Ivy Men's Lacrosse Tournament
In an overtime classic, Princeton outlasted host Cornell 10-9 to win the 2010 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion.

Outdoor Heps Day One Wrap-Up
An incredibly windy Day One at the 75th Outdoor Heps meet has wrapped up, and all is in place for a crazy Sunday at Weaver Track & Field Stadium.

Cornell Repeats as Ivy Softball Champs in Game Three
Junior Elizabeth Dalrymple finished the job she started on Friday with her third complete game in two days to give Cornell its fifth Ivy League championship in school history with a 3-2 win over Harvard. The Big Red will now await its NCAA destination.

Outdoor Heps Live VIDEO & Results Page
Day Two is underway! Check inside for all the results as they happen today at the 75th Ivy Heptagonal Outdoor Games at Weaver Track & Field Stadium in Princeton, N.J. LIVE VIDEO courtesy of Fauxtrack.com | Sunday Heat Sheets

Dartmouth Takes Ivy Baseball Championship
The 2010 Ivy League baseball championship series between Columbia and Dartmouth needed a third game to decide a champion. After it was all said and done, the visiting Big Green used timely hitting to win the Ivy title, 11-5, and earn the League's automatic bid to the NCAA Regional.

Eight Sandlot Ivies on CoSIDA Academic All-District
The Ivy League had a nice showing on the CoSIDA Academic All-District Baseball Team. In all, eight student-athletes were recognized in District 1, including three first team selections that are now eligible for Academic All-America.

Cornell Cruises in Second MLAX Tournament Semifinal
Cornell put together a dominating performance with seven goals in the third quarter to cruise to a 14-8 win over Brown to move on to the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion.

A House Divided
On the eve of the 75th Ivy League Outdoor Heps, comes a compelling five-part story from Brett Hoover of HepsTrack.com, chronicling the social, racial and political tensions surrounding the 1970 Outdoor Heps in New Haven. Click inside to read the fascinating piece.

Cornell, Harvard Split; Decisive Game Three Tomorrow
Cornell used a complete game four-hitter from Elizabeth Dalrymple to shut down Harvard in Game One, 3-1, but the Crimson took Game Two in dramatic fashion with a two-out walk-off homerun by Jennifer Francis to force a decisive Game Three tomorrow at 12:30 pm.

Princeton Survives in First MLAX Tournament Semifinal
Princeton withstood a valiant Yale comeback of four goals in a seven-minute span in the fourth quarter to hold on to a 7-6 win and advance to the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion. The Tigers face Cornell in Sunday’s showdown at Noon on ESPNU.

Harvard to Play Georgia in NCAA Women's Tennis 1st Rd.
The Harvard women’s tennis team has been selected to play in the upcoming NCAA Tournament. The Crimson will travel to Clemson, S.C. to take on Georgia on Friday, May 14 at 10 a.m. at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center.

Wise and Teuscher Chosen as Frank Keefe's Successors
Tim Wise, who spent the past 12 years as an assistant coach at Yale, and Cristina Teuscher, an Olympic medalist and NCAA champion at Columbia, have been hired to lead Yale swimming and diving. Wise has been named the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Men’s Swimming and Diving, while Teuscher will serve as the Robert J.H. Kiphuth Head Coach of Women’s Swimming and Diving.

4th Ivy Softball Championship Series Set to Begin
Due to the chance on inclement weather this weekend, the 2010 Ivy Softball Championship Series between South Division champion Cornell and North Division champion Harvard has been moved up one day. The two teams will begin the best-of-three series at Niemand*Robison Field on Friday, May 7 at 12:30 p.m. with the first two contests. Follow the action via Live Stats

Princeton Set to Host the 75th Outdoor Heps Meet
The battle for the 2010 Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships will take place this weekend at Weaver Track and Field Stadium on the campus of Princeton University in Princeton, N.J. Click here for today's HEAT SHEETS

Columbia to Meet Wake in NCAA Men's Tennis 1st Rd.
The Columbia University men's tennis team will travel to Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday, May 15 to face No. 22 Wake Forest at 10 a.m. in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championships on the campus of the University of Virginia.

Princeton to Face Virginia in NCAA Women's Tennis 1st Rd.
The Princeton women's tennis team will open the 2010 NCAA Division I Women's Tennis Championships against Virginia in Charlottesville on Friday, May 14 at 2 p.m.

2010 Ivy Men's Lacrosse Tournament Central
The 2010 Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion will take place Friday, May 7 and Sunday, May 9, at Schoellkopf Field on the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y.

Men's Lacrosse All-Ivy — 2010
Rob Pannell's [pic.] 2009 ROY award now has some company on the mantle, as the Cornell sophomore has been unanimously voted the 2010 Ivy League Player of the Year. Princeton's Mike Chanenchuk is this year's Rookie of the Year and one of four Tigers to earn a spot on the first-team All-Ivy squad.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream MLAX Tournament Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Men’s Tournament Presented by Champion.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 9 - 5/4
Kyle Hendricks won both of his starts this past week, each coming in a critical game for Dartmouth. The Big Green needed to separate from the Brown Bears atop the Rolfe Division and then turn away a Harvard challenge for earn a berth in the Ivy League Baseball Championship. Hendricks' efforts certainly helped.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 10 - 5/3
Brown's Thomas Muldoon [pic.] and Yale's Brian Douglass both used hat trick performances to lift their respective teams to must-wins and shares of the Ivy title. Muldoon's third goal versus Dartmouth was the sudden death overtime game winner.

Columbia to Entertain Dartmouth for Baseball Title
Lou Gehrig Division Champion, Columbia, will host Dartmouth, the Red Rolfe Division winner, for in the 2010 Ivy Baseball Championship Series. The series will begin Saturday, May 8 at Columbia's Robertson Field at the Baker Athletics Complex. The opening pitch is slated for noon.

Kyle Smith Named Columbia Head Men's Basketball Coach
Former St. Mary's (Calif.) Associate Head Coach Kyle Smith has been named Columbia University's head men's basketball coach, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education, announced today.

Penn Staves Off Comeback to Take WLAX Title
Penn withstood a furious comeback to win the 2010 Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion. Down 5-2 at the half, and 7-2 with 26:49 remaining, Dartmouth scored five unanswered goals to tie the game with nearly 18 minutes on the clock. The Quakers took another two-goal advantage and held for the victory, 9-8. The win assures an automatic passage to the NCAA Tournament for Penn.

Cornell, Princeton, Yale, Brown Share Ivy MLAX Title
The final day of the 2010 Ivy men's lacrosse regular season was a wild one, as all three games were decided by one goal, and for the first time in Ivy men's lacrosse history four teams -- Brown, Cornell, Princeton and Yale -- will share the regular season title and head to the inaugural Ivy League Men's Lacrosse Tournament in Ithaca, N.Y.

Penn Prevails in Second WLAX Tournament Semifinal
Penn eventually pulled away in the second semifinal of the Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament, 13-9, to secure a berth in the final. The Quakers turned away a valiant effort from Princeton and will now face Dartmouth in the tournament final -- Sunday, May 2, at 12:30 p.m. on CBS College Sports Network.

Dartmouth Wins in First WLAX Tournament Semifinal
Dartmouth women's lacrosse used strong defense and timely goals to take a 10-8 victory over Cornell in the first Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament semifinal. The Big Green advance to Sunday's championship game at 12:30 p.m. to face top-seed Penn.

CBS College Sports Network To Broadcast 2010 Ivy Women’s Lax Championship Game
CBS College Sports Network will broadcast live the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Women’s Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion on Sunday, May 2 at 12:30 p.m.

All-Ivy Men’s Tennis -- 2009-10
Yale freshman sensation Marc Powers quickly made his presence known on the Ivy League tennis courts during the 2009-10 season, becoming the first men’s tennis player in League history to win the Player and Rookie of the Year awards in the same season.

All-Ivy Women’s Tennis -- 2009-10
There was virtually no doubt among the Ivy League Women’s Tennis postseason awards for the 2009-10 season, paced by Princeton's Hilary Bartlett as the unanimous selection as Player of the Year.

Champion athleticwear Signs on as Presenting Sponsor for the 2010 Ivy Lacrosse Tournaments
The Ivy League announced a new partnership today with Hanesbrands, Inc. for Champion athleticwear to be presenting sponsor for the 2010 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Tournaments.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream the 2010 Ivy Lax Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Tournaments.

2010 Ivy Women's Lacrosse Tournament Central
Philly's Franklin Field is set to host the inaugural Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Final presented by Champion featuring Dartmouth and Penn. Click inside for more information on the matchups, directions, ticket info and much more.

All-Ivy Women's Lacrosse -- 2010
Penn's Ali DeLuca headlines this year's All-Ivy after being selected Player of the Year. 11 of the 13 first team selections will be featured in the Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament this weekend at Franklin Field. The champion will earn the League's automatic bid to the 2010 NCAA Tournament.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 8 - 4/27
Columbia freshman right-hander Tim Giel tossed seven shutout innings in the second game of Columbia's doubleheader at Cornell on Saturday, helping lift the Lions to a 3-2 win. Giel allowed just four hits over the first seven innings of the game.

Columbia's Lomax Signs with WNBA's Connecticut Sun
Columbia's Judie Lomax, the NCAA Division I rebounding champion in each of the last two seasons and the 2009-10 Ivy League Women's Basketball Player of the Year, has signed a professional contract with the Connecticut Sun of the Women's National Basketball Association.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 9 - 4/26
Brown defender Peter Fallon [pic.] was huge in the Bears' win at No. 8 Cornell, while Harvard freshman middie Alex White helped the Crimson to its first win over Princeton in 19 years, as two major upsets shook up the Ivy lax standings heading into the final weekend of the regular season.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 9 - 4/26
Cornell's Caroline Helmer won nine ground balls and caused four turnovers while limiting a pair of talented offensive players. She held the nation’s eighth-leading scorer to a single shot and zero goals against No. 10 Syracuse and helped the Big Red into the Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament by limiting Yale's most potent offensive threat to a single goal.

All-Ivy Men's Golf — 2010
Yale junior and 2010 Ivy Player of the Year Tom McCarthy [pic.] played to a third-place finish and first team All-Ivy status in the Ivy Championships, while fellow first-teamer Scotty Williams of Penn took the individual title at Baltusrol.

All-Ivy Women's Golf — 2010
Ivy individual champion Alyssa Roland of Yale leads this year's first team, while Ivy League Player of the Year Chrstine Cho of Harvard [pic.] garnered second team honors after an eighth-place finish at Baltusrol.

Penn Women Win First-Ever Women's Golf Title
The Penn women's golf team captured the program's first-ever Ivy League team championship today, taking the 2010 title at Baltusrol by 22 strokes. Yale junior Alyssa Roland won the individual crown by a single stroke over Quaker freshman Isabel Han

Columbia Men and Penn's Williams Triumph at Baltusrol
After a brutal day of weather on Sunday, the Columbia men's golf team won its third-straight Ivy title. Penn's Scotty Williams also used a terrific approach shot to within five feet of the pin to defeat Columbia's Clark Granum in the first hole of a play-off for the individual title.

US Soccer to Prep at Princeton for 2010 World Cup
The U.S. Men’s National Team has selected Princeton University as the site of its Pre-World Cup training camp in the United States. Players and coaches will begin training sessions on May 17 at Roberts Field. All team training sessions will be closed to the public.

Brown's Howard Selected by the Titans in the NFL Draft
With the 34th pick in the seventh round, the 241st overall selection, in the 2010 National Football League Draft, Brown’s David Howard was selected by the Tennessee Titans.

Lions Roar on Second Day at Baltusrol
The Columbia men's golf team head into Sunday at the Ivy Championships at Baltusrol Golf Club with the lead after 36 holes. Penn's Scotty Williams (pic.) leads the individual competition, shooting a 69 today (141 for the tournament).

Penn Women Hold Lead After Day Two at Baltusrol
Day Two of the Ivy League Women's Golf Championships at Baltusrol is in the books and it was Penn once again leading the way. The Quakers outdid its round one best of 314 yesterday, shooting a second round low of 308 on Baltusrol's upper course.

Cormier Returns to Lead Dartmouth Men's Basketball
Dartmouth has announced the hiring of Paul Cormier as the College’s head coach of men’s basketball. Having spent most of the past 12 years working in the NBA, Cormier is beginning his second stint with the Big Green having served as the head coach for seven seasons (1984-91).

Cornell Hires Bill Courtney as Men's Basketball Coach
Bill Courtney, an assistant coach at Virginia Tech and Virgina and who helped George Mason to mid-major prominence, has been named the Robert E. Gallagher '44 Head Coach of Cornell Men's Basketball by Cornell AD Andy Noel.

Harvard Men Lead the Links at Baltusrol
The Harvard men's golf team head into Day Two at the Ivy Championships at Baltusrol Golf Club with a strong 297 after 18-holes. Harvard's Tony Grillo (pic.) and Penn's Scott Williams lead the individual competition, each shooting 72 today.

Penn Women Lead the Way After Golf's Day One
The Penn women's golf team shot a round one-best 314 to take the lead after 18-holes of play at the Ivy Championships at Baltursol Golf Club. Harvard freshman Katie Sylven leads overall individuals with an even par 72.

Ivy Golf Titles on the Line at Baltusrol
The 2010 Ivy League Men's and Women's Golf Championships are underway at the fabled Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J., host of seven U.S. Open Championships and the 2005 PGA Championship. Click inside for live scoring.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 7 - 4/20
Dartmouth's Cole Sulser was nearly untouchable during the week, pitching 10 innings in three games while earning a win and a save. He gave up just one run on four hits and a walk in his 10 innings while striking out 11 for a 0.90 ERA as the Big Green moved into a first-place tie in the Rolfe Division.

In His Blood
Soon after finishing his freshman season on the basketball team at Princeton University, Will Venable went to the office of the baseball coach, Scott Bradley, and asked if he could also play on the Tigers' baseball team the next year. Bradley was thrilled. "Do you want to go hit?''

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 8 - 4/19
Princeton junior attack Jack McBride [pic.] had eight goals and two assists in wins over Rutgers and Dartmouth last week, while Cornell freshman goalie AJ Fiore led the Big Red's heartbreaking near-upset of top-ranked Syracuse with 20 saves.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 8 - 4/19
Penn had a decided advantage (13-4) on the draw in a 9-6 win at Dartmouth. Midfielder Ali DeLuca was a big part of that, coming up with a game-high five draw controls. The senior was clean on defense, playing tight in her own zone while not committing a foul and helping to limit Dartmouth’s duo of Kristen Goldberg and Hilary Smith to a single goal.

Nik-Ed Up
Nikhil Ashra hasn't had the best of luck during his time on the Princeton men's lacrosse squad, but his misfortunes have not gotten in the way of his work ethic and commitment to the program. Click inside for Jerry Price's feature on the senior goalie.

Columbia Captures Back-to-Back Ivy Men's Tennis Titles
Columbia closed out the regular season with a 6-1 win over Princeton to clinch the Ivy League Men's Tennis title for the second time in as many seasons.

Princeton Earns Second-Straight Ivy Women's Tennis Title
Princeton completed its clean sweep of the Ivy League since 2000 by defeating Columbia 7-0 to win its second-straight Ivy League Women's Tennis title.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 6 - 4/13
Columbia outfielder Dario Pizzano had a huge week at the plate, helping the Lions to a 4-1 week. The first-year batted .650 with five home runs and 11 runs batted in. He scored 11 runs, had a .682 on-base percentage, slugged at a 1.550 clip, and eight of his 13 base hits went for extra bases.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 7 - 4/12
Kaela McGilloway led Brown to an undefeated week with 20 points (9 goals, 11 assists) in three victories (Bryant, Columbia and Manhattan), all of which were on the road. The sophomore twice bested a career high in points, setting a new mark of 10 points (five goals, five assists) against the Jaspers.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 7 - 4/12
Cornell sophomore attack Rob Pannell capped an eight-point day by scoring the game-winning goal with 11 seconds to play, giving the No. 12 Big Red a much-needed 13-12 victory over No. 18 Harvard.

Columbia's Jones Accepts Associate Coach Position at BC
Joe Jones, the head coach of the Columbia men’s basketball program for the last seven years, has resigned to accept the position of Associate Head Coach at Boston College.

Usain Bolt Coming to Penn Relays
Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt will compete at the 2010 Penn Relays as part of the USA vs. The World event on Saturday, April 24. Bolt, a three-time Olympic gold medalist, is scheduled to compete in the men's 4x100 relay.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Donahue Named BC Head Men's Basketball Coach
Steve Donahue, who served as The Robert E. Gallagher '44 Head Coach of Men's Basketball at Cornell for the past 10 years, has accepted the head coaching position at Boston College.

All-Ivy Squash -- 2009-10
In a banner year that saw an All-Ivy women's national championship and another Ivy program in the men's final, the much anticipated All-Ivy Men's and Women's Squash teams have been named by the coaches. Harvard's Colin West and Laura Gemmel (pic.) are the Players of the Year for 2009-10.

Quakers Ink Fink to Lead Field Hockey Program
The University of Pennsylvania's Director of Athletics, Steve Bilsky, has announced the hiring of Colleen Quinn Fink as head field hockey coach. Fink replaces Val Cloud, who retired following the 2009 season.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 5 - 4/6
Tom Grandieri was the catalyst to Penn’s 4-1 record last week. The right fielder got a hit, an RBI and scored a run in each of the team’s five games. On the week he hit .476, scored eight times, hit two doubles and three home runs. The senior also had a team-high eight RBI and a 1.000 slugging percentage.

CSA Names 11 Ivy Men All-America in Squash
The Men’s College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 11 are representatives of the Ivy League, including four first-team selections.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 6 - 4/5
Freshman midfielder Devon Rhodes had 10 goals last week, including a remarkable effort in her first career game against archrival Harvard. Rhodes scored eight goals against the Crimson -- including the game-winner -- in a 17-13 Yale win Saturday at Reese Stadium.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 6 - 4/5
Last week saw two of the greatest individual statistical performances in recent Ivy League history as Dartmouth goalie Fergus Campbell [pic.] had 23 saves in an upset win over No. 6 Cornell, while Yale's Brian Douglass scored a combined 13 goals in back-to-back wins.

CU's Wittman, Foote At Final Four For Senior Showcases
Cornell seniors Jeff Foote and Ryan Wittman have been invited to compete in the Reese’s College All-Star Game, while Wittman was also participate in the ESPN 3-Point Shootout during Final Four weekend at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind.

Allen Named Penn Head Men's Basketball Coach
Penn's Director of Athletics, Steve Bilsky, has made it official: Jerome Allen W’09 is Penn’s new John R. Rockwell Head Coach of Men’s Basketball. Allen will be formally introduced at a press conference Wednesday at 2:30 in The Palestra.

Wittman named AP A-A, Donahue Gets Bee Award
Cornell senior forward Ryan Wittman [pic.] has been named an Associated Press honorable mention All-American, while head coach Steve Donahue was presented with the Clair Bee Award on Monday.

Columbia's Lomax Named Associated Press All-America
Columbia junior forward Judie Lomax, the 2009-10 Ivy League Women's Basketball Player of the Year, was named an honorable mention on the All-America teams announced by the Associated Press.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 4 - 3/30
Dean Forthun batted .533 in five games this week, posting an on-base percentage of .667 in helping lead Columbia to a four-game weekend sweep of Bucknell. Starting all five games behind the plate, Forthun had three multi-hit games and reached base safely in every game during the week.

Fucito Gets His Chance
In the 76th minute of a 2-0 victory over the Philadelphia Union, Harvard's Michael Fucito added his name to the growing list of Ivy League representatives in Major League Soccer. The Seattle Sounders featured his debut on SoundersFC.com.

15 Named to Women's All-American Squash Teams
The Women’s College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 15 are representatives of the Ivy League, including seven first-team selections.

15 Named to Women's All-American Squash Teams
The Women’s College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 15 are representatives of the Ivy League, including seven first-team All-Americans and eight second-team.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 5 - 3/29
The impact of junior defender Shannie MacKenzie on Dartmouth’s 2-0 week goes well beyond the statistics. MacKenzie turned in a stellar game in the Big Green’s upset of #6 Syracuse, 17-10, limiting Tee Ladouceur, who had led the nation in points per game, to a single goal.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 5 - 3/29
Cornell sophomore attack Rob Pannell guided the Big Red offense to a pair of big wins this week over Stony Brook and Penn, as he accounted for more than half of Cornell's 24 total goals, registering 12 assists and a goal for the week.

Yale Outlasted by BC in NCAA Men's Hockey Regional Final
In the highest scoring NCAA Tournament game in 50 years, fourth-seeded Boston College outlasted Yale 9-7 in the Northeast Regional final of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship.

Yale Advances to NCAA Men's Hockey Regional Final
Junior forward Denny Kearney scored two goals to lead Yale a 3-2 win over North Dakota and a date with four-seeded Boston College in the Northeast Regional final of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship.

Cornell Dropped in NCAA Men's Hockey Regional Semifinal
Cornell was knocked out of the 2010 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Championship on a 6-2 loss to New Hampshire in East Regional Semifinal action in Albany, N.Y.

Ross Takes Women's Foil Title for Columbia
The Ivy League has a second individual national champion at the 2010 NCAA Fencing Championships at Harvard University. Columbia's Nicole Ross outclassed Penn State's Doris Willette, 15-9, to take the crown. She accumulated 23 victories in total.

Harvard's Vloka Takes Women's Sabre National Title
Avenging a 5-3 defeat during the round-robin competition, Harvard's Caroline Vloka upset Rebecca Ward (Duke) in the NCAA Women's Sabre National Championship bout, 15-13. Vloka finished with 21 wins in the tournament.

Ivies Fencing Well at NCAA Championships
The NCAA has provided a free live stream for the 2010 NCAA Fencing Championships, hosted by Harvard at Gordon Indoor Track March 25-28. Follow along as Ivy League student-athletes go for individual and team titles. Update: Two National Champions!

Ivies Garner Women's Ice Hockey Postseason Recoginitions
Ivy League women's ice hockey garnered national accolades among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Ivies Receive Men's Ice Hockey Postseason Honors
Ivy League men's ice hockey once again received national recognition among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 3 - 3/23
Penn’s Paul Cusick was simply dominating for the Quakers last week. Against Mount St. Mary’s on Sunday, he threw a complete game three-hit shutout for his first win of the year. On the week, the junior threw 8.1 innings, striking out ten and walking two with a 0.00 ERA.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 4 - 3/22
Junior midfielder/defender Kaitlyn Flatley had a six-point week, including the dramatic game-winning goal with nine seconds left as Yale beat Brown 8-7 in the Ivy League opener. She had two goals and an assist in that game, then followed it up by getting her first career hat trick vs. No. 5 Penn.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 4 - 3/22
Brown's Andrew Feinberg (pic.) exploded for four goals in the Bears' key victory over No. 11 Harvard on Saturday, while Princeton freshman Mike Chanenchuk continued his hot start, scoring six more goals in two games for the Tigers.

Cornell Outlasted in NCAA Women's Hockey Title Game
In the longest game in NCAA women’s ice hockey tournament history, Cornell lost a 3-2 triple overtime heartbreaker to Minnesota-Duluth in the title game of the 2010 National Collegiate Women’s Ice Hockey Championship.

Cornell, Yale Selected to NCAA Men's Hockey Field
Cornell and Yale were among the 16 teams selected for the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship.

Cornell Blanks Union to Win ECAC Men’s Hockey Title
Cornell senior goaltender Ben Scrivens stopped all 32 shots he faced as the Big Red men's hockey team claimed the 2010 ECAC Hockey championship with a 3-0 shutout over Union.

Harvard's J.P. O'Connor Takes National Title at 157 lbs.
Entering his senior season, Harvard's J.P. O'Connor had enormous expectations to live up to. After going 32-4 as a junior, his goal was a national title. With a 6-4 decision over Cal Poly's Chase Pami in the 157 lbs. final, he has one. He also has an undefeated senior campaign to cherish.

Kyle Dake Takes Title at 141, Cornell Finishes Second
Ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Wrestling National Championship brackets, Cornell's Kyle Dake defeated Iowa's Montell Marion, 7-3, to win the National title in the 141 pound weight class. Dake, a freshman, also earned All-America honors and propelled the Big Red to a second-place team finish.

Cornell Wins in OT Thriller, Advances to NCAA Title Game
Catherine White scored the overtime game-winner as the Cornell women's hockey team continued its unbelievable season, knocking off top-seeded Mercyhurst, 3-2, to advance to the national championship game.

Brown Selects Laughlin to Lead Men's Soccer
After conducting a national search of the most qualified candidates from around the country, Brown University found its new men’s soccer coach already on staff. Pat Laughlin, former Brown assistant coach, has been named the Friends of Brown Men’s Soccer Head Coaching Chair and becomes just the sixth coach in Brown’s 84-year soccer history.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 2 - 3/16
Columbia DH/1B Alexander Aurrichio flashed his power at the plate this weekend, hitting towering home runs in consecutive games at Richmond and at Virginia Tech. In three games, he batted .556 with two home runs, seven runs batted in and three runs scored and slugged at a 1.444 clip.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 3 - 3/15
Emily Szelest picked up a pair of wins for Penn, improving her record to 4-1. On Wednesday against Hofstra, she made eight saves in a 6-5 win. In the Red and Blue’s Ivy opener, she made four saves as Penn improved its Ivy winning streak to 23 games.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 3 - 3/15
Penn senior Rob McMullen played a hand in the Quakers' last six goals in a tough, 8-7 win over rival Villanova, scoring four goals including the game-winner with two minutes left in regulation.

Brown, Cornell Face Off in 2010 ECAC Men's Hockey Semis
Brown and Cornell survived the quarterfinal round and will now face each other in one semifinal in the 2010 ECAC Men’s Ice Hockey Tournament at the Times Union Center in Albany, N.Y.

Cornell Advances to First Women's Frozen Four
The Cornell women's ice hockey team made its first NCAA tournament appearance a memorable one, advancing to the Frozen Four with an impressive 6-2 win over fourth-seeded Harvard.

Harvard to Host NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals in '11
The NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Committee has selected Harvard and Hofstra to serve as hosts for the 2011 NCAA Division I men’s lacrosse quarterfinals. The Crimson will host two quarterfinal games at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Mass., on May 22, 2011.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Report 1 - 3/9
Harvard's Sean O’Hara batted .545 with four doubles for a .909 slugging percentage, three RBI and a .909 on-base-percentage for the Crimson this past weekend. O'Hara was 3-for-3 against Notre Dame, with all hits going for extra bases. The junior also went 2-for-3 against Kansas State.

Crimson Pair Takes Home Individual Honors at CSAs
Senior co-captain Colin West (16-1) and freshman Laura Gemmell (16-0) of the Harvard squash team capped stellar seasons by going 5-0 at the College Squash Association Individual Championships. Both student-athletes took home national titles and West earned the Pool Cup, while Gemmell earned the Ramsay Cup.

Princeton Men Leave Field in Wake; Cruise to Title
The final night of the Ivy League Swimming & Diving Championships has finished at Princeton's DeNunzio Pool and the host Tigers took the 2010 title in convincing fashion. On a night that honored legendary Yale coach Frank Keefe for his 32 years of service, the Tigers were just too strong, finishing with 1552.5 points.

All-Ivy Men's Swimming & Diving -- 2009-10
The Princeton Tigers retained the title at the Ivy League Men's Swimming & Diving Championships at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, N.J. on March 4-6, 2010. The following earned All-Ivy honors.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 2 - 3/8
Yale's Matt Gibson [pic.] was spectacular in the Elis huge win over No. 12 UMass, recording five goals and two assists, while Cornell's Ryan Hurley scored seven goals with two assists on the week in a pair of wins for the 3-0 Big Red.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 2 - 3/8
Dartmouth senior goalie Julie Wadland proved why she was named to the Tewaaraton Trophy watch list this week, making 14 saves and turning in a 5.35 goals against average in two victories over Vermont and #8 Notre Dame.

Four Ivies Continue in 2010 ECAC Men’s Hockey Tourney
The 2010 ECAC Men's Ice Hockey Tournament continues Friday, March 12 with Brown, Cornell, Harvard and Yale in action against each other in the quarterfinal round.

Two Ivies Earn Spots in NCAA Women's Hockey Tourney
Cornell and Harvard comprised two of the eight teams in the field for the 2010 National Collegiate Women's Ice Hockey Championship. The Big Red earned an automatic bid by virtrue of winning the ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship, while the Crimson earned an at-large selection and a No. 4 seed.

Cornell Wins ECAC Women's Tourney in OT Thriller
Sophomore Kendice Ogilvie's shot at the 7:52 mark of overtime lifted the Cornell women's ice hockey team to its first-ever ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship.

Method to the Madness
ESPN's Andy Katz recently sat down with Princeton Director of Athletics Gary Walters, who chaired the NCAA's Division I Men's Basketball Committee in 2006-07, to discuss the intricacies of the NCAA Tournament selection process for this week's edition of Katz's ESPNU College Basketball weekly podcast.

Thinking Man's Game
The Wall Street Journal once labeled him “the smartest man in baseball, if not the entire world,” and the presence of a molecular biophysics and biochemistry degree from Yale would appear to support the claim. However, when doubts crept in about his baseball future, Breslow, at least for once, went with his heart instead of his brain.

All-Ivy Men’s Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Leading Yale to back-to-back Ivy League and ECAC Hockey titles, senior forward Sean Backman was named 2009-10 Ivy League Player of the Year and first-team All-Ivy, becoming just the third player in League history to earn first-team honors every year of his Ivy career.

2010 Men's Swimming & Diving Championship Central
The 2010 Ivy League Men's Swimming & Diving Championships take place this weekend — Thursday, March 4th through Saturday, March 6th — at DeNunzio Pool in Princeton, N.J. Information about the event can be found here.

All-Ivy Indoor Track & Field -- 2009-10
Columbia's Sharay Hale leads this year's indoor track and field All-Ivy team after winning a pair of events at Indoor Heps in Hanover, N.H.

Ivy Weekly Women's Lacrosse Report 1 - 3/1
Senior Ali DeLuca wasted no time moving up Penn’s all-time scoring list. With her career-high six goals in Penn’s 14-7 season-opening win at Drexel, DeLuca climbed into fifth-place on Penn’s career goal-scoring list with 106 strikes.

Ivy Weekly Men's Lacrosse Report 1 - 3/1
Dartmouth senior goalie Michael Novosel was spectacular in the Big Green's season-opening win at Colgate, recording 15 saves while facing 18 shots on goal for a .833 save percentage to lead the nation after the opening weekend.

National Champs! Harvard Women's Squash Unmatched
The top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team captured the 12th national title in program history, as the Crimson won the College Squash Association national women’s team trophy Sunday. Harvard defeated Penn, 6-3, to grab its first national crown since 2001 and cap an undefeated year.

Ivy Teams to Open in 2010 ECAC Men’s Hockey Tourney
Brown, Dartmouth, Harvard and Princeton will be on the ice in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Men's Ice Hockey Tournament while top-seeded Yale and second-seeded Cornell are on a bye until the quarterfinals.

All-Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving -- 2009-10
The Princeton Tigers took the Frank Keefe Trophy at the Ivy League Women's Swimming & Diving Championships on Feb. 25-27, 2010. The following earned All-Ivy status at the meet.

Ivy Teams Advance to ECAC Women's Ice Hockey Semis
Top-seeded Cornell swept Colgate and third-seeded Harvard swept sixth-seeded Princeton in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Women's Ice Hockey Tournament to advance to the semifinals.

All-Ivy Men's and Women's Fencing -- 2009-10
With a near perfect 15-1 record, Princeton freshman foilist Brianna Martin had an impressive Ivy League Fencing Round-Robins debut, leading her Tigers to the 2010 women’s title.

Princeton Captures Ivy Men's & Women's Fencing Titles
Princeton men’s and women’s teams left no doubt after the second day of the 2010 Ivy League Fencing Round-Robins, going undefeated over the two-day competition to clinch their first Ivy titles since 2001.

Princeton Sweeps Indoor Titles
The Princeton Tiger men and women's track and field teams have swept the Indoor Heps championships for only the third time in program history and, first since 1998.

Princeton Staves Off Harvard Charge for Swim Title
Princeton successfully navigated the waters at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass. to bring the Ivy League Women's Swimming & Diving title back to Princeton, N.J. The Tigers staved off a challenge from defending champion Harvard and raced away from the field with a winning score of 1465.

Indoor Heps Day One Round-Up
Day One of the 2010 Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Track & Field Championships is in the books and it was an eventful one in Hanover. Click inside for the wrap-up.

2010 Indoor Heps Results Page
Day Two is underway! Click inside for up-to-the-second results of the Ivy League track & field indoor championships, coming to you live from Leverone Fieldhouse on the campus of Dartmouth College.

Tigers Continue to Control Blodgett Waters; Lead WSWIM
Princeton (982 points) will enter the final day of the 2010 Women's Swimming & Diving Championships with a 38 point lead on defending champion Harvard. Cornell — paced by Chiara Spinnazola's 100 Back win — was the biggest mover of the day, going from 8th to 6th place with 448 points.

2010 Indoor Heps Men's Previews
Click inside for comprehensive team-by-team previews of the men's side of the competition at the Ivy indoor track and field championships, kicking off bright and early tomorrow morning at Dartmouth.

2010 Indoor Heps Women's Previews
Click inside for comprehensive team-by-team previews of the women's side of the Ivy indoor track and field championships, kicking off bright and early tomorrow morning at Dartmouth.

2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins - Part II
The second half of the 2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins have completed at Penn’s Hutchinson Gym in Philadelphia. Click here for the complete results.

Ivies Secure Six Gold as Canada Takes Ice Hockey
Canada beat its American rival 2-0 to win the women's hockey gold medal in a third straight Olympics. The victory means that six Ivy League athletes will take gold medals from the Vancouver Olympics. Team USA, which has three former Ivy Leaguers on its roster, took the silver medal.

Princeton Storms to the Lead After Day One
Paced by strong swims from its senior stalwarts Alicia Aemisegger and Courtney Kilkuts, Princeton has taken control of Day One at the Women's Swimming & Diving Championships in Cambridge, Mass. Through five events, the Tigers have 390 points, followed by Yale (353) and Harvard (348).

All-Ivy Wrestling -- 2009-10
Cornell's eighth straight Ivy wrestling title has been capped with an impressive eight first team All-Ivy selections. Freshman sensation Kyle Dake, the No. 1 wrestler in the country at 141 pounds, continues the Big Red six-year trend of capturing at least a share of the Rookie of the Year award.

All-Ivy Women’s Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Cornell's banner season for women's ice hockey was capped with a Big Red sweep in the Ivy postseason awards as sophomore forward Catherine White (pic.) was named Player of the Year and freshman defenseman Lauriane Rougeau was selected Rookie of the Year.

2010 Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving Championships
Staring down the direct path of yet another vicious Nor'Easter, the 2010 Ivy League Women's Swimming & Diving Championships take place this weekend — Thursday, Feb. 25 through Saturday, Feb. 27 — at Harvard's Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass.

Indoor Heps Just Days Away
The battle for the 2010 Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships will take place this weekend — Saturday, Feb. 27 & Sunday, Feb. 28 — at Leverone Fieldhouse on the campus of Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H.

Help for Haiti
Dartmouth women’s tennis team had a lot to pack into their two mini-vans for the return trip to Hanover, N.H., from the 2010 ECAC Women’s Indoor Tennis Championship.

Cornell Cruises to Eighth Straight in Wrestling
The Big Red wrestling team pinned five of its opponents to cruise to a 44-6 victory over Harvard and winning its eighth-straight Ivy League title on Saturday. Cornell has won 43-straight Ancient Eight matches to capture its 31st conference crown.

Dartmouth's Weibrecht Stuns Field at Vancouver 2010
To some, Dartmouth's Andrew Weibrecht may have been the biggest surprise of the Olympics so far in alpine racing, but the U.S. team's most consistent and improved skier joined teammate Bode Miller on medal podium, taking a bronze in the Super-G.

2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins - Part I
The 2010 Ivy Fencing Round-Robins Part I is in the books. Click here for complete results and selected video clips from day one action at Newman Arena in Ithaca.

No.1 Harvard Takes Women's Squash Title with Ease
With its 7-2 victory at arch-rival Yale, the top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team won the Ivy League crown and finished the regular season with a perfect 9-0 record. The Crimson, which posted an unblemished 6-0 mark in Ivy matches, has now claimed 17 Ancient Eight titles.

Yale Cruises to Ivy Title in Men's Squash
The No. 2 Yale men's squash team defeated the No. 5 Harvard Crimson 8-1 Saturday afternoon at the Brady Squash Center to claim sole possession of the Ivy League title.

Henderson Gets the Call-Up for New Zealand
Former Dartmouth men’s soccer captain Craig Henderson '09 has been named to New Zealand’s 17-man squad for its World Cup warm up match against Mexico on March 3 in Los Angeles. It is his first call-up to New Zealand's top squad and could bode well for a spot in South Africa in June.

Ivy SAAC Making A Difference With Shoe Drive
The Ivy League Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is joining forces with Dartmouth men's basketball player Herve Kouna to conduct a League-wide shoe drive that will benefit Kouna's Heart of the World project, a two-day youth camp in his native Cameroon that promotes health and education through sports.

The Ivy League Teams Up With Waterbucket Media
The Ivy League has reached an agreement with Waterbucket Media to manage the marketing rights for its 2010 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Tournaments and to assist with the broadcast arrangements, as needed. As part of this agreement, Waterbucket Media will be soliciting corporate sponsorship opportunities for both tournaments.

Leveling the Field
Former Columbia soccer player Erica Woda has used her passion for sports and giving back through education to spearhead Level the Field, a non-profit that connects Lion student-athletes with young students in the neighboring Washington Heights community.

Ted Cable
In honor of Black History Month, comes the story of former Harvard track and field athlete Ted Cable '13 - a man who made his mark on history in many ways.

Career Day
Jimmie Lee Solomon graduated from Dartmouth in 1978 only to go on to attend Harvard Law and become a high-ranking executive at Major League Baseball. The former Big Green football player and trackster recently visited his high school alma mater in rural Texas for the first time in three decades to deliver a special message.

Crimson Rising
On the eve of a pivotal early-season Ivy weekend, comes a Sports Illustrated feature by Pablo Torre on Jeremy Lin, Tommy Amaker and the rise of Harvard Crimson basketball.

Kent Austin Named 26th Football Head Coach at Cornell
Kent Austin, who spent five years as a successful coach in the Canadian Football League and the last two years as offensive coordinator at the University of Mississippi, has been named The Roger J. Weiss '61 Head Coach of Cornell Football by Andy Noel, the Meakem*Smith Director of Athletics and Physical Education.

Tiger Quartet Named to Field Hockey All-America
Four members of the Princeton field hockey team earned All-America honors when the National Field Hockey Coaches Association announced the 2009 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-America Teams.

Unity Through Sport
After high school, Brown women's soccer player Katie Gannett deferred attending college right away, opting instead to travel in Central America and—upon her return to the U.S.—work for Results, a non-profit organization whose mission is to end poverty by empowering individuals to exercise their power for change. Click inside to read more.

Coach Carril & the Kids
Working with players nearly six decades his junior, former Princeton coaching legend and Hall of Famer Pete Carril faces the daunting task of teaching the young Sacramento Kings how to hoop the American Dream.

Sharpshooter
Click inside to learn more about the NCAA's leader in Division I three-point shooting percentage - Columbia sophomore guard Noruwa Agho.

Yale's Melton Honored in NCAA Black History Exhibit
Patricia Melton, a seven-time Heps champion at Yale and 2007 NCAA Silver Anniversary award recipient, is one of 22 athletes being honored in the newly-installed NCAA Hall of Champions Black History Month exhibit.

Community Service
Former Dartmouth women's soccer standout Becky Poskin spent much of her time in Hanover giving back to communities all around the world. Her efforts made her one of five finalists for the Wooden Citizenship Cup, and she will find out later today if she has won the prestigious award. Click inside for a recent feature courtesy of Poskin's hometown Kansas City Star.

Princeton Pioneers
Princeton Athletics' Black History dates back to former Tiger basketball captain Art Wilson in the 1940s, but Rick Hyde '75 and Burton Smith '77 played their parts in pioneering the Princeton golf program in the 1970s.

Reiser Selected in Women's Professional Soccer Draft
Former Columbia University women's soccer standout and 2008 Ivy League Player of the Year, Sophie Reiser was selected by the Chicago Red Stars of the Women's Professional Soccer league with the fourth pick in the fifth round (No. 42 overall).

Two Ivies Named Finalists for Wooden Citizenship Cup
Dartmouth's Becky Poskin and Harvard's Melissa Schellberg have been named national finalists for the prestigious Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup, presented to the most outstanding role model among athletes.

Harvard Duo Taken in 2010 MLS SuperDraft
A pair of Harvard soccer players were selected in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft. Forward Andre Akpan was taken with 22nd by the Colorado Rapids and the Columbus Crew secured the rights to defender Kwaku Nyamekye at pick #60.

Special Service
Brown senior basketball player Matt Mullery has used his brother's reality to develop a special connection with people with special needs. Click inside to read how the All-Ivy star is raising awareness and helping the cause.

नमस्ते! Harvard: Service to India
The Harvard women's squash team is traveling to India for an 11-day training and service trip. Members of the team will be checking in to say नमस्ते! (hello) by posting regular blog entries on GoCrimson.com during their trip over the next few weeks.

Cornell's Jim Knowles to Lead Duke Defense
Jim Knowles '87 has resigned his position as The Roger J. Weiss '61 Coach of Football at Cornell and has accepted the defensive coordinator position at Duke University. He took over the position at his alma mater in January 2004, becoming the 25th head football coach at Cornell and posted a 26-34 record and a 16-26 mark in Ivy play in six years.

Bob Surace Chosen to Lead Princeton Football
Bob Surace ’90, a key member of the 1989 Ivy League champion Princeton football team, has been named the Charles W. Caldwell Jr. ’25 Head Coach of Football at Princeton University, it was announced Dec. 23 by Princeton Director of Athletics Gary Walters ’67.

MLS Taps Four from Ivy League for Player Combine
The player showcase list for the 2010 adidas MLS Player Combine has been released and includes 62 of the top players in NCAA Division I college soccer, including four players from the Ivy League. The combine will be held January 9-13 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Harvard Globetrotter
After playing basketball at Harvard for two seasons, Darryl Finkton suffered a career-halting knee injury. Had that not happened, the recent Rhodes Scholar may not have had the time to accomplish all that he has.

Seven Ivy Women Named to NSCAA All-Region Team
The All-Region Teams were released by the NSCAA and seven Ivy League women's soccer players have been named to the list. Of the players selected, three were honored with second-team accolades, while four more earned recognition on the third team.

Akpan and Keat Brace for All-American; 12 All-Region
Harvard's Andre Akpan and Dartmouth's Daniel Keat were honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America as All-America selections for the 2009-10 season. Akpan earned his third first-team selection and Keat landed a third-team nod. In all, 12 Ivy Leaguers were recognized.

Akpan Looks to Claim Hermann Trophy Glory
Harvard's Andre Akpan is one of three finalists for the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer. The finalists were determined in voting by Division I men's soccer coaches who are members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA).

Role Player
No matter the role, Cornell’s Kevin Boothe is ready to do his part either on the football field for the New York Giants or bringing smiles to children during the holiday season.

Living a Dream
Harvard senior basketball star Jeremy Lin has the Crimson off to its best start in 25 years. As it turns out, the Palo Alto, Calif. native is living out the dream of his proud father who taught him the game after coming to America from Taiwan over 30 years ago.

Two Ivies Earn AVCA All-Region Distinction
Penn junior setter Megan Tryon and Yale senior middle blocker Cat Dailey have been recognized by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) as Honorable Mention honorees on the All-Northeast Region Team.

Yale's Stuper Named NFHCA Mideast Coach of the Year
After leading the Yale field hockey team to a 12-5 record that included a school record for Ivy League wins, Pam Stuper has been named the Dita/NFHCA Mideast Region Coach of the Year for the 2009-10 season.

McGowan Joins Ivy League Staff
Celene McGowan has been named Associate Director for Championships and Sport Administration at the Ivy League Office, beginning January 4, 2010. McGowan's appointment was announced today by Robin Harris, Executive Director of the Council of Ivy Group Presidents.

Penn Volleyball Falls to Penn State
The Quakers played one of their best matches of the season, challenging the top-ranked Nittany Lions in each of the first two sets before going down in three on Saturday night, ending their season at 23-6.

Penn Advances to NCAA Second Round
The Penn Quakers volleyball team won their first NCAA tournament match in program history, defeating Army, 3-1, to advance to the second round where they will face top-seeded and undefeated Penn State tomorrow afternoon at 5 pm.

Harvard's Akpan is a Hermann Semifinalist
Senior forward Andre Akpan of the Harvard men's soccer team has been named one of 15 semifinalists for the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club's Hermann Trophy, the highest individual honor in intercollegiate soccer. Akpan is making his third consecutive appearance among the semifinalists.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in fall sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Penn Volleyball Open NCAAs vs. Army
The Penn volleyball team will take on Army in the first round of the NCAA tournament this Friday. They make their first appearance in the Big Dance since 2003 with a matchup against the Black Knights at 5 p.m. in University Park, Pa.

Terrapins Oust Crimson in Men's Soccer Third Round
The 10th-ranked Harvard men’s soccer team suffered a 2-0 loss to Maryland in a third-round matchup of the 2009 NCAA tournament, held Sunday before 1,926 fans at Ohiri Field. The Terps will now meet Virginia in the Elite Eight.

Brown’s Jasinowski Earns Academic All-America Honors
Brown senior right tackle Paul Jasinowski has been named second-team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

All-Ivy Football -- 2009
Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (pic.) and Penn senior linebacker Jake Lewko share the Asa S. Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League Football Player of the Year for the first time since the trophy was initiated in 1970.

Tiger Women Finish Fifth at Nationals
The Princeton Tigers finished fifth at the NCAA Women’s Cross Country Championship for the second straight year. Senior Liz Costello was the first member of the Orange and Black across the finish line, taking 18th in 20:25.

Volleyball All-Ivy -- 2009
For the first time in Ivy volleyball history one team sends four players to the first team. Leading the way for Ivy champs Penn are 2009 Player and Rookie of the Year, Elizabeth Semmens (pic.) and Lauren Martin, respectively.

Ivy Weekly Football Report 11 - 11/23
Harvard junior quarterback Collier Winters threw two touchdown passes of 32 and 41 yards in the waning moments of the fourth quarter to lead the Crimson to a 14-10 victory at Yale in the 126th playing of The Game.

Timely Carom Sends UNC Past Brown in NCAAs, 2-0
After falling behind 1-0, Brown began to find some offensive rhythm and mounted a charge to level against No. 5 North Carolina in the second round of NCAA play. But the Bears suffered a cruel twist of fate on its best opportunity, as Dylan Remick's shot caromed off the crossbar, only to initiate a successful Tar Heels counterattack in the 89th minute.

With Crimson in triumph flashing: Harvard to Sweet 16!
The 10th-seeded Harvard men’s soccer team scored twice in the second half to defeat Monmouth, 3-0, in a second-round game of the 2009 NCAA tournament Sunday afternoon. Freshman Richard Smith opened the scoring before seniors Andre Akpan (pic.) and Adam Rousmaniere put the Crimson through to face Maryland in the Sweet 16.

Perfect: Penn Wins 2009 Ivy Football Title
Penn got rushing touchdowns from Lyle Marsh and Keiffer Garton in the first half and two touchdown passes from Garton in the second half to roll 34-0 over Cornell and capture its 14th Ivy League Football title.

Ivy Football Weekend Wrap-Up - 11/21
Check out the weekend that was Ivy Football for November 21.

NFHCA Recognizes 13 Ivies for All-Region
The 2009 Longstreth/NFHCA Division I All-Region Field Hockey Teams were announced recently and 13 Ivy League student-athletes were recognized. Princeton, which had four first team selections, earned seven selections. Cornell and Yale, which had two first team selections, both received three nominations to the All-Region Teams.

No. 1 Maryland Outlasts Valiant Princeton Effort in FH
Princeton was down 4-1 to No. 1 Maryland after 36 minutes in National semi-final at Wake Forest's Kentner Field. After a fifteen minute flurry that saw three goals, the Tigers tied the game at 4-4 only to see the Terps seize control with three more goals to advance to the NCAA Final, 7-5.

Rosa's Golden Goal Sends Brown to Chapel Hill
Brown's Sean Rosa entered Thursday's NCAA game with four goals on the season, but none was bigger than his fifth against Stony Brook. The goal at the 103:02 mark gave the Bears a double-overtime win and a date with the University of North Carolina on Sunday afternoon.

Double-Overtime Heartbreak for Dartmouth in NCAAs
The Dartmouth men's soccer team saw its 2009 season come to a heartbreaking end tonight in double overtime at Boston College, 2-1. The Big Green opened the scoring and held much of the play, but were felled in the 103rd minute on goal from Isaac Taylor.

Bucknell Weathers Storm to Oust Princeton in MSOC
A goal by Bucknell's Brendan Burgdorf in the 69th minute made the difference, as the Princeton men's soccer team fell to Bucknell, 1-0, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday at a rain-soaked Myslik Field at Roberts Stadium.

Columbia's Reiser Earns Academic All-America Honor
For the first time in program history, a Columbia University women's soccer student-athlete has earned ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America honors, as senior Sophie Reiser was named to the third team.

Dartmouth's Henderson Earns Academic All-America
Dartmouth men’s soccer co-captain Craig Henderson has been named to CoSIDA’a ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Second Team. He improved upon an Academic All-District second team selection last season and earned Academic All-America honors for the first time in his career.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference – 11/17
This week’s Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Penn head coach Al Bagnoli (pic.) talks about his team’s chance to claim the 2009 Ivy Football title outright with a win over Cornell in the Quakers’ season finale.

All-Ivy Men's Soccer -- 2009
Harvard's Andre Akpan — a four-time All-Ivy first-team selection and the 2006 Ivy League Rookie of the Year — caps off yet another stellar campaign with the most coveted individual honor, the 2009 Player of the Year.

Ivy Volleyball Awards 11 - 11/17
Princeton senior Sheena Donohue had one of the best weekends of her career in leading the Tigers to a sweep of Harvard and Dartmouth with a pair of dominant double-doubles.

Fantastic Four into the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament
For the first time since 1977, the Ivy League will have four teams in the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament. Ivy Champion Harvard will be joined by Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton in the 48-team field, which begins on Nov. 19th.

Ivy Weekly Football Report 10 - 11/16
Penn senior quarterback Kyle Olson had a stellar day in a driving rainstorm in the Quakers’ 17-7 win over Harvard to win a share of their first Ivy title in six seasons. Olson accounted for both of Penn's touchdowns, throwing for 159 yards and a touchdown on 14-of-24 passing, while also rushing for the game-winning touchdown.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 11 - 11/16
Antoine Hoppenot had a career game in a 4-0 shutout of Yale in Princeton’s regular season finale. Hoppenot tallied his first collegiate hat trick to help the Tigers extend their unbeaten streak to seven games, which should have Jim Barlow's club poised for an at-large bid into the 2009 NCAA Tournament.

Penn Clinches Outright Volleyball Title
The Penn volleyball team clinched the Ivy title and a trip to the NCAA Championship with a 3-1 win against Dartmouth on Saturday. The victory gives the Quakers its first Ivy League championship since 2003

Princeton Bests Syracuse, 7-3; Heads to Final Four
The Princeton field hockey team continued its potent offensive play in a convincing 7-3 victory over Syracuse today at the Class of '52 Stadium. The win means that the Tigers earn a showdown against No. 1 Maryland in the NCAA Semifinals.

Harvard Takes Outright Men's Soccer Title
Needing a win to earn the Ivy League's outright title and automatic big into the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament, the Harvard Crimson turned away an inspired Penn team, 1-0, courtesy of Richard Smith's finish. In other action, Brown closed out second-place with a 3-0 win over Dartmouth.

Princeton Field Hockey Rolls in Opening Round
The Princeton field hockey team navigated its first test of the 2009 NCAA tournament with a confident 4-0 result against Stanford. The Ivy League champs will now entertain Syracuse in the quarterfinals on Sunday at 2 pm.

Ivy Football Weekend Wrap-Up - 11/14
Check out the weekend that was in Ivy Football for November 14.

Harvard Women's Soccer Falls in NCAA First Round
In the first round of the NCAA tournament, the Ivy League champion Harvard women's soccer team fell to No. 7 Boston College, the two-seed in the bracket, 1-0, in Newton, Mass.

SIRIUS Football Game of the Week Change for Nov. 14
The Ivy League Football Game of the Week for Saturday, November 14 has been changed to the Penn at Harvard game, which kicks off at Noon and can be heard on SIRIUS Channel 130.

All-Ivy Women's Field Hockey -- 2009
In 2008, Princeton's then-newcomer Katie Reinprecht made history as the first-ever freshman to earn unanimous selection as the All-Ivy Player of Year. After 13 goals and 12 assists in 2009, it doesn't appear that she wants to relinquish the title just yet.

Former Cornell Soccer Player Named NEC Commissioner
1987 Cornell graduate and former two-time women's soccer co-captain Noreen Morris has been named Commissioner of the Northeast Conference, as announced by the NEC Council of Presidents.

All-Ivy Women's Soccer -- 2009
Yale junior forward and 2009 Ivy League Player of the Year Becky Brown exploded this season for 13 goals while leading the Bulldogs to a second-place finish.

The Road to Kentner Will Go Through Princeton
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team learned it would face 14th-ranked Stanford in the opening round of the 2009 NCAA Field Hockey Tournament. The Tigers will host a regional at Class of '52 Stadium that will also feature No. 8 Syracuse and No. 9 Boston College.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference – 11/10
This week’s Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Harvard head coach Tim Murphy (pic.) talks about his team’s big matchup against fellow Ivy unbeaten Penn in Cambridge this Saturday.

Ivy Field Hockey Weekly Awards 10 - 11/10
Yale's Dinah Landshut had two goals, including the game-winner, and an assist in a 6-2 win over Brown that gave the Bulldogs a school-record six Ivy League wins. She opened the scoring and then upped Yale’s lead to 3-0 in the second half. She has eight assists and 16 points on the year for the Bulldogs.

Ivy Volleyball Weekly Awards 10 - 11/10
Penn senior Elizabeth Semmens played a huge role in the Quakers weekend sweep, including the thrilling five set comeback win over Cornell to clinch a share of Penn's first title in six years.

Penn Volleyball Clinches Share of Ivy Title
The Penn volleyball team fought back from a 2-0 deficit to take the final three sets and win their 20th match of the season. The win, coupled with Yale's loss to Dartmouth, gives Penn a share of the 2009 Ivy League title.

Harvard Women's Soccer to Face BC in NCAAs
After winning its second straight Ivy title, Harvard has advanced to the NCAA tournament for the second time in as many years and will face No. 7 Boston College, a two-seed, in the opening round of the 2009 NCAA Championship.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 10 - 11/9
With No. 11 Harvard and Columbia tied 1-1 in overtime Saturday, midfield Alex Chi lifted the Crimson to a dramatic 2-1 victory, as he buried a shot off a cross from Brian Rogers in overtime. The win kept Harvard in sole possession of first place in the Ivy League with a 4-1-1 record.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 10 - 11/9
Harvard sophomore forward Melanie Baskind scored twice, including the golden goal in overtime, lifting the Crimson to a 2-1 win over Columbia and the program's first outright Ivy title in exactly 10 years.

Ivy Weekly Football Report 9 - 11/9
Dartmouth freshman quarterback Greg Patton broke the school's single-game rushing record with 243 yards on the ground on 29 carries, plus scored both Big Green touchdowns, in a 20-17 double-overtime victory against Cornell in his first action in a collegiate varsity game.

Harvard Women Clinch Outright Soccer Title
Harvard used two Melanie Baskind goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to clinch its first outright Ivy women's soccer in a decade, as the Crimson beat Columbia 2-1.

Ivy Football Weekend Wrap-Up - 11/7
Check out the weekend that was in Ivy Football for November 7.

Princeton Skilled to Perfection in Field Hockey
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team completed its second-straight and 13th overall perfect Ivy League season as it blanked Penn 7-0 to secure a perfect 7-0 league record. The Tigers outscored Ivy opponents 46-5 on the year and now await an opponent for the NCAA Tournament.

Princeton Skilled to Perfection in Field Hockey
The fourth-ranked Princeton field hockey team completed its second-straight and 13th overall perfect Ivy League season as it blanked Penn 7-0 to secure a perfect 7-0 league record. The Tigers outscored Ivy opponents by a combined 46-5 on the year. Princeton will now await its opponent in the NCAA tournament.

Two Ivies Named to Academic All-District Volleyball Team
Two Ivy League volleyball players have been named to the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District teams as voted on by members of CoSIDA. Harvard senior Lily Durwood earned second team honors, while Yale senior Cat Dailey was named to the first team.

Sibling(s) Rivalry
The 186th meeting between Harvard and Dartmouth kicked off each school's 2009-10 season in Hanover, N.H. Since that century-old rivalry began and the formal beginning of Division I play in 1948, there have been thousands of hockey games. Not one, however, can match the unofficial records established in Dartmouth's Thompson Arena on that particular Friday night.

CoSIDA Names 8 Ivies in Football All-District
The Ivy League boasted eight student-athletes on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for football announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

CoSIDA Names 8 Ivies in Football All-District
The Ivy League boasted eight student-athletes on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for football announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

All-Ivy Cross Country — 2009-10
The All-Ivy teams for men's and women's cross country were determined at the Ivy Heps Championships on Friday. Harvard junior Daniel Chenoweth (pic.) took first place in the men's race en route to a first team All-Ivy nod.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference – 11/3
This week’s Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Yale head coach Tom Williams (pic.) talks about his Bulldogs’ come-from-behind win over Columbia and previews his team’s home matchup with Brown.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 9 - 11/3
Sophomore Katie Reinprecht (pic.) had a goal and three assists to help lead Princeton to a 10-1 win over Cornell. The win clinched Princeton’s fifth-straight Ivy League championship. The Co-Player of the Week scored the game’s first goal and assisted on the team’s second, third and fifth.

CoSIDA Names 10 Ivies in Women's Soccer All-District
A total of 10 Ivy League women's soccer players have been named to the 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District women's soccer team, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

CoSIDA Names 10 Ivies in Men's Soccer All-District
The 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Teams for Men's soccer have been selected. Not surprisingly, the Ivy League — traditionally strong in the University Division selections — has put forth a formidable group of 10 candidates to this year's squads, including four first team selections.

Ivy Weekly Football Report 8 – 11/2
Harvard junior running back Gino Gordon became the first player on record in school history to total 100 rushing and 100 receiving yards in a single game in the Crimson’s 42-21 win over Dartmouth. Gordon tallied 222 yards and three touchdowns on just 12 touches, amassing all of his yardage in three quarters.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 9 - 11/2
After being shutout in its last two games, Yale needed someone to step up to salvage its season. Brad Rose, the team's leading scorer, answered the call, scoring twice in a 2-1 win over Columbia. His brace put the Bulldogs within striking distance of the League lead with two Ivy League games remaining.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 9 - 11/2
Harvard junior forward Katherine Sheeleigh scored the biggest goals of the Ivy League season, lifting the Crimson to at least a share of the Ivy title and an automatic NCAA bid with her two goals in Harvard's tight 2-1 win over Dartmouth.

Harvard Women's Soccer Clinches Share of Ivy Title
Behind two goals from junior forward Katherine Sheeleigh, the Harvard women's soccer team clinched at least a share of its second consecutive Ivy League championship with a 2-1 win over Dartmouth.

Ivy Football Weekend Wrap-Up - 10/31
Check out the weekend that was in Ivy Football for October 31.

Princeton Rolls to Fifth-Straight Field Hockey Title
The Princeton field hockey team defeated Cornell, 10-1, to clinch at least a share of its fifth consecutive Ivy League title and the League's automatic NCAA berth. It marks the Tigers' 19th overall Ivy title and 14th in the last 15 years.

Columbia Comes Through
Princeton's bid for a fourth straight men's Heps championship came to a narrow end as the Columbia Lions, led by a fifth-place finish from Brendan Martin, defeated the Tigers by a single point. The 60-61 score was the closest Heps finish since 1972.

Princeton Women Do It Again; Make History
The Princeton women's cross country team just captured its fourth consecutive Heps title with a perfect score for the first time in history. Tiger senior Liz Costello took the individual crown, becoming only the second female three-time champ ever.

Brown’s Jasinowski Named 2009 NFF Scholar-Athlete
Brown senior offensive tackle Paul Jasinowski was named a 2009 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete and one of the 16 finalists for the prestigious William V. Campbell Trophy, endowed by HealthSouth.

New Hardware for Ivy XC Champions
For the first time ever, the team champions of the Ivy League Cross Country Men's and Women's races will be able to bring back some hardware back to campus. Dedicated on May 12th, 2009, the new trophies will be up for grabs on Friday at Van Cortlandt Park. Fans of the Ivy League will surely recognize the trophy's namesakes.

Official Heps Preview
Ivy cross country Heps is here! Click inside for comprehensive team-by-team previews of tomorrow's race at New York City's Van Cortlandt Park.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 8 - 10/27
Forward Gabby Kozlowski played a huge role in helping Columbia to a 2-1 record last week. In the three games, the first-year worked her way into the starting line-up and contributed two goals and an assist for the Lions. The Rookie of the Week ranks fourth on the team with seven points on the year.

XC Heps Returns to Van Cortlandt on Friday
The Ivy League cross country championships return to New York City's historic Van Cortlandt Park this Friday, October 30, with the women's race kicking things off at 11:15 am and the men following suit at 12:15 pm. Princeton's Liz Costello looks to become the first three-time women's Heps champion in 25 years.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 8 - 10/26
Princeton goalkeeper Alyssa Pont almost single-handedly ended Harvard's six-game winning streak and grasp of first place in the Ivy standings, as the junior made 10 saves en route to the Tigers' 1-0 win in Cambridge.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 8 - 10/26
Antoine Hoppenot scored three goals to lead Princeton to a 2-0 week, as the Tigers posted wins over Colgate and nationally-ranked Harvard. He was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week for his exploits that extended Princeton's unbeaten streak to four games.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 7 - 10/20
Senior Ashley McCauley had seven points over the weekend, including a pair of goals and an assist in Yale’s 5-2 win over Dartmouth that gave the Bulldogs sole possession of second place in the Ivy League. McCauley now has 24 points on the year.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 7 - 10/19
Harvard's Andre Akpan, who leads the Crimson with 21 points on eight goals and five assists, tallied one of the biggest goals of the season in a 1-0 win over #15 Brown. Akpan 43 career goals now trails Chris Ohiri ('64) by four in Harvard's all-time career mark.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 7 - 10/19
Penn's Jessica Fuccello was simply dominant this weekend, scoring three goals and dishing off an assist in the first 25 minutes of the Quakers' 5-1 win over Dartmouth.

Princeton's Bradley Leads US MNT to South Africa
In a week that saw two of its soccer players suffer serious injuries, one in an automobile accident and one in a game, the US Men earned a World Cup berth for the sixth straight time. Led by Princeton's Bob Bradley ('80), the Americans secured the top spot in the CONCACAF Region with a 3-2 win over Honduras and a 2-2 tie with Costa Rica.

Dolgikh Leads US Veterans to 10 Medals in Moscow
Cornell University women’s fencing coach Iryna Dolgikh recently traveled to Moscow, Russia, to serve as a coach of the U.S. National Veteran's Fencing Team, and helped lead the squad to 10 medals at the 2009 World Veteran Championships.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 6 - 10/13
Kat Sharkey continues to pace the League-leading Princeton Tigers. The reigning Rookie of the Year scored two goals and added an assist in split of games with top-ranked Maryland and American. She scored in a 3-2 loss at Maryland as the Tigers pushed the defending NCAA champions to overtime and had a goal and an assist in a last-minute win over American.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 6 - 10/12
Columbia sophomore striker Ashlin Yahr was huge this week, scoring in the 82nd minute to salvage a tie against Lehigh in mid-week action, before notching two much-needed goals in the Lions' big Ivy win over Penn.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 6 - 10/12
Freshman Ben Kenyon scored his first career goal in the Big Red’s 1-1 draw with No. 8 Harvard on Saturday night in Ithaca, to lift the Big Red to an early lead. Kenyon was also instrumental in keeping the Crimson scoreless until the 77th minute.

Help From Above
The Greeks learned to hate it. Aristotle wrote severely of it. Later generations, counting Shakespeare and Nietzsche among their ranks, followed suit in railing against the deus ex machina, the ancient Greek plot device in which a crane — literally, ‘the machine of God’ — would either pluck a character off the stage and out of trouble or help a god descend to the rescue. Enter Jaro Zawislan of Cornell Men's Soccer.

NL Divisional Series Has Ivy League Flavor
The St. Louis Cardinals (91-71) travel to the Los Angeles Dodgers (95-67) tonight in the opening game of the National League Divisional Series. The team that will emerge from this match-up is yet to be determined, but one thing is true: an Ivy Leaguer will be one step closer to a World Series berth upon conclusion of the best-of-five series.

Columbia Duo Shine at Fencing World Championships
Columbia senior Kurt Getz reached the top eight at the 2009 World Championships this weekend in Turkey, upsetting the world's third-ranked fencer, Richard Kruse (Great Britain), in the process. Classmate Daria Schneider reached the round of 16.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 5 - 10/6
Kat Sharkey scored a goal in each of Princeton’s wins over the weekend against Columbia and fifth-ranked Connecticut. The reigning Rookie of Year leads the Ivy League in goals (11) and total points (29) through 10 games with the Tigers.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 5 - 10/5
Dartmouth's Craig Henderson had to sit out much of the his sophomore (2006) season because of an injury sustained in the fourth game. After being granted a medical redshirt, the senior was in fine form for the Big Green, scoring twice and assisting on two goals in wins over Vermont, 3-1, and Princeton, 4-2.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 5 - 10/5
Penn sophomore Marin McDermott led the Quakers to a 3-0 week, scoring three goals on the week, including the game-winner in Penn's Ivy win over Cornell on Friday night.

NCAA Sportsmanship Award Goes to Brown's Mackiewicz
The NCAA recently announced that Brown fencer Aleksandra Mackiewicz has been chosen from to receive the organization's annual Sportsmanship Award. The Award honors student-athletes who have demonstrated one or more of the ideals of sportsmanship, including fairness, civility, honesty, unselfishness, respect and responsibility, through their actions in the competitive arena of intercollegiate athletics.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 4 - 9/29
In a 2-0 weekend for Dartmouth, Kelly Hood collected an amazing 16 points on seven goals and two assists. Against Brown in an 8-3 win, she rewrote the Ivy League single game goal record with a five-goal performance then followed up with two goals and two assists in a 4-2 win over Bryant.

Banker-Doctor
Over a decade ago, former Princeton basketball players Steve Goodrich and Gabe Lewullis (pic.) hooked up to complete one of the most memorable moments in NCAA tournament history. Since then, the two have taken very different paths to post-basketball success.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 4 - 9/28
Yale junior keeper Ayana Sumiyasu was flawless in a perfect week for the Bulldogs, as she posted two shutouts in a pair of victories, including the Ivy opener versus Princeton. Sumiyasu leads the Ivies in GAA and save percentage.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 4 - 9/28
Brown's Dylan Remick played outstanding during an extended California trip over the weekend that saw both games go to the full complement of extra-time. The freshman has played an integral role in a stingy Bruno defense that has yet to be defeated and has only surrendered three goals on the year.

Schneider Helps Presidential Pitch for Chicago 2016
Columbia senior fencer Daria Schneider was invited to the White House last week in support of Chicago's bid to host the 2016 Summer Olympics. She and fellow U.S. National team member Tim Morehouse put on a fencing exhibition at the White House for President Barack Obama.

Protection Project
Hall-of-Famer Mark Messier spoke to Harvard Men's ice hockey team members about a collaboration aimed at addressing concussions. The campaign is an all-encompassing grassroots and educational initiative which aims to change priorities in the sport by encouraging athletes to play smart and choose the best protective equipment.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 3 - 9/22
Catie De Stio provided all of the Big Red’s offense this past weekend as Cornell picked up a pair of wins over Penn and Lehigh. Against the Quakers, she scored all three goals, on five total shots, including the 3-2 overtime game-winner. Versus the Mountainhawks, the junior scored the lone goal of the game.

Tass to Compete in Fencing World Championships
Brown University's Atilio Tass will travel to Moscow this week to compete in the 2009 FIE Veterans World Championships. The leader of Brown fencing qualified for the Men's Sabre 50-59 division by competing in three prerequisite events.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 3 - 9/21
Dartmouth junior Daniel Keat kept up his stellar play with a five point weekend at the San Diego Nike Classic. He was named to the all-tournament team after tallying two goals and an assist in a 1-1 weekend in which the #5 Big Green defeated San Diego and fell to #18 Loyola Marymount.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 3 - 9/21
Penn senior Jessica Fuccello had a performance for the ages, scoring three goals in a span of 8:16 to lead the Quakers back from a 3-0 deficit and salvage a 3-3 tie with previously 7-1 Georgetown.

The Ivy League Mourns Passing of NCAA's Myles Brand
The Ivy League mourns the passing of NCAA President Myles Brand, who died Wednesday from a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer.

Baltusrol to Host 2010 Ivy Golf Championships
The Ivy League office announced today that the 2010 Ivy League Men’s and Women’s Golf Championships will be played April 23-25 at the world-renowned Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J.

Shot at Change
Princeton shot putter and Heps champion Eric Plummer is an imposing figure. But the Tiger senior also has a huge heart, as shown by his dedication to social activism and work for change in the local Princeton community.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 2 - 9/15
Chloe Keating totaled three goals and three assists to lead the Harvard Crimson to two wins this week. The junior had a hand in each of Harvard's goals in a 4-1 win against UC Davis, scoring twice in the first half and assisting both in the second. She also had a goal and an assist in a 4-2 win over Bryant.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 2 - 9/14
Ivy Rookie of the Week Aurelia Solomon helped Dartmouth to two huge victories, including a 1-0 upset of No. 12 West Virginia, en route to winning the Nike Virginia Classic. She tallied the game-winning assist in an overtime win over Seton Hall.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 2 - 9/14
Harvard's Austin Harms improved to 4-0 this season with a 1-0 shutout win over No. 14 Boston University and a 4-0 win against Army this week. Against the Terriers, he earned his second shutout of the year, making three saves to preserve the upset. His six saves against the Black Knights have helped Harvard to its best start since 2007.

Sport and Service
Former Cornell hockey player Ken Dryden (pic.) and Princeton basketball player Bill Bradley are two of the Ivy League's all-time greatest athletes and most distinguished alums. The pair recently headlined a panel discussion titled “Lives on the Run: Sports, Service and Leadership” held on the Cornell campus.

NCAA DI SAAC Announces Nine New Members
The NCAA Division I Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) recently welcomed new members whose terms begin this month - Columbia junior tennis player Natalia Christenson represents the Ivy League.

Ivy Weekly Field Hockey Awards 1 - 9/8
Cornell's Kelley Kantarian (pic.) registered seven points as she helped the Big Red get off to a 2-0 start with victories over Davidson and Georgetown. She joins Princeton's Kat Sharkey — who also scored three goals on the weekend, including the game-winner over No. 18 Ohio State — as Co-Players of the Week.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 1 - 9/8
Josh Walburn (pic.) led Princeton in scoring, as the Tigers opened the season 2-0. A defender, Walburn scored three of Princeton’s four goals to help the team to its best start since 2001. He shares Player of the Week honors with Harvard's Andre Akpan, who broke the 100-point barrier for his career.

Ivy Weekly Women's Soccer Awards 1 - 9/8
Penn senior forward Jessica Fuccello powered the Quakers to a perfect 2-0 start with a performance that included a school-record four goals in the Penn win versus La Salle.

Difference Maker
Karlee Blank is used to making saves. As a first-year on the Columbia women's lacrosse team, Blank was one of two goalies who helped the Lions set a program record in wins. But in the summer following her rookie season, she added a different kind of save to her resume: saving the planet.

Swanepoel Named Lions First-Ever Varsity Squash Coach
Jacques Swanepoel has been named the first-ever Head Coach of Squash at Columbia University, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education, announced Monday. The men and women’s squash programs will begin varsity competition in Fall 2011.

Tampa Bay Rays Again Look to Perez with Déjà vu Hopes
Former Columbia outfielder Fernando Perez ('04) is among four players the American League (AL) champion Tampa Bay Rays have recalled from AAA Durham on Tuesday. Along with pitchers Andy Sonnanstine and Jeff Bennett and catcher Shawn Riggans, Perez will join the Rays before they host Boston with AL Wild Card implications on the line.

Six Tipped for Lowe's Senior CLASS Award in Soccer
Six Ivy Leaguers, including 2008 Ivy Players of the Year — Craig Henderson (Dartmouth) and Sophie Reiser (Columbia) — have been named to the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award for Men's and Women's Soccer. In total, two male athletes and four female athletes have earned candidate nods for 2009.

Two Ivies Named Preseason All-America
Harvard's Andre Akpan and Dartmouth's Craig Henderson have been selected as preseason first team All-America selections by Soccer America. The distinction is Akpan's third consecutive, whereas Henderson is receiving his first. Both players were unanimous All-Ivy selections in 2008.

Greg Myhr Named Penn Men's Heavyweight Rowing Coach
Penns director of athletics Steve Bilskyannounced the hiring of Greg Myhr as the Nicholas B. Paumgarten Head Coach of the Quakers' men's heavyweight crew.

"Bones" on Haggling
Former Princeton basketball player and current Time Magazine scribe Sean Gregory has stepped inside the ring to spar with Oscar De La Hoya and on the court to go one-on-one against Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. Now, the man Pete Carrill nicknamed "Bones" as a player, recently stepped outside the realm of sports, appearing on NBC's Today Show to talk about the art of haggling in retail stores.

The Miracle on Morningside
The 1976 Columbia baseball team began the year with nowhere to go but up. The Lions had finished the 1975 Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League season — consisting of the eight Ivies plus Army and Navy — with a league-worst record of 3–10–1. Although most expected better, a championship was not realistic. Then Rolando Acosta ('79, '82L) arrived on Morningside.

Quick Study
Former Princeton two-sport standout Will Venable has put the use of his degree in anthropology on hold while he pursues a vocation in a field of an entirely different sort - starting right fielder for the San Diego Padres.

Akpan on Hermann's Radar Again
Harvard's Andre Akpan has been named to the 2009 Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy Watch List, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) has announced. Akpan, making his second appearance on the list, is the only Ivy League athlete of the 48 Division I Men’s soccer players recognized.

Princeton to host 2010 Div. I Men’s Lacrosse Quarters
The NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Committee has selected Princeton and Stony Brook to host the 2010 Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship quarterfinal rounds on May 22 or 23.

Inside Lacrosse Sessions
Over the course of the past month, Inside Lacrosse has caught up with some of college lacrosse's brightest stars as part of their weekly Summer Session Podcasts. Three Ivy laxers made the cut.

One-in-a-Million
Little more than a year ago, Dartmouth's Evelyn Stevens ('05) was just another associate on Wall Street, doing 50-hour weeks with an investment fund and trying to stay in shape by sneaking the occasional jog. Then the former Big Green tennis player bought a bike, and her world changed.

Celebrating Womyn
Angela Jimenez is an accomplished photojournalist who's latest project — Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival — is a remarkably intimate portrait of shared ritual and camaraderie, but one that could only come about with unusual circumstances and departures from more usual journalistic practice.

Cornell's Dolgikh to Lead US National Veterans
Cornell University women’s fencing coach Iryna Dolgikh has been named a coach of the US National Veteran's Fencing Team, as it prepares for the World Championship in Moscow, Russia. The tournament takes place from Sept. 23-27, 2009.

Big Red in Kenya Follow-up
Earlier in the summer, we brought you the story of Cornell assistant track coach Kevin Thompson, and his mission of bringing members of the Big Red track team to launch service projects in Kenya in conjunction with his non-profit Cross World Africa, Inc. The Cornell Chronicle recently featured a piece on the 10-day trip.

Eleven Lions Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars
The selections for the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars have been named and 11 Columbia student-athletes have been chosen. Five Lions were named to the first team for their respective sports, four to the second team, and one each to the third team and honorable mention for the 2009 award.

Penn Names Mike Murphy Head Men's Lacrosse Coach
The University of Pennsylvania’s director of athletics, Steve Bilsky, has announced the hiring of Mike Murphy as head coach of the Penn men’s lacrosse program.

Adaptive Volunteering
Harvard football players took to the river last weekend with a volunteer effort in conjunction with AccesSportAmerica, a national non-profit organization that inspires higher function and fitness for children and adults living with disabilities through high-challenge sports.

Award Winning Proposal:
Coaches across Continents

Coaches across Continents, with the help of Harvard's Seamus Malin (’62) and Nick Gates (’91), received the Best New Project Award at the prestigious Beyond Sport Awards. Personalities from the world of business, politics and sport made up the 500-person room including Sir Tony Blair, Desmond Tutu, Ian Thorpe and Michael Johnson.

Brower Repeats as IWLCA Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year
Penn women's lacrosse head coach Karin Brower was named the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Mid-Atlantic Coach of the Year for a second consecutive year. She led the Quakers to a 15-3 record and nearly ended Northwestern's march to a fifth-straight national title.

Jumping Around
Fresh off the jump of his life and a national title at last weekend's USATF Club Championships, former Harvard triple jump standout Samyr Laine is gearing up to represent Haiti in August's World Championships in Berlin, while balancing his studies at Georgetown law school.

Model of Consistency
When Princeton's Bob Bradley ('80) took over the role of coaching the United States men's soccer team from Bruce Arena in the fall of 2006, words fail to describe the size of shoes he needed to fill. He has responded beautifully.

Taking Down Cancer
Cornell's Adam Frey fought valiantly against his hardest opponent ever, surrounded by people willing to help him. Frey passed away on December 26th, 2009, after a 21-month battle with stage III germ-cell cancer. His legacy endures at the Adam Frey Foundation.

Harvard's Murphy Helps USA to University Games Gold
Harvard Men’s swimming & diving head coach Tim Murphy recently served as an assistant coach of Team USA at the 2009 World University Games, and helped the American squad win 26 medals during the weeklong event in Belgrade, Serbia.

Tewaaraton Award Presentation Show Available Online
Video from May's Tewaaraton Award Presentation Show -- where Cornell senior Max Seibald took home college lacrosse's most prestigious award -- is now available online.

Harvard's Fucito Inks Deal with Seattle Sounders FC
Former Harvard All-America forward Michael Fucito ’09 has signed a professional contract with the Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer. Fucito, a fourth-round selection in the 2009 MLS SuperDraft in January, was taken 46th overall.

Columbia's Blackett Named Administrator of the Year
Columbia's Jacqueline Blackett has been informally honored by countless student-athletes and alumni for her work as an athletics administrator over a 14-year career. Her impact is now nationally known as she was named the Jostens Administrator of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA).

Chris Bates Named Men's Lacrosse Coach At Princeton
Chris Bates, who has spent the last 10 years as the head coach at Drexel University, has become the 10th head men's lacrosse at Princeton University. He replaces Hall of Fame coach Bill Tierney, who left to become the head coach at Denver.

Ivies Fare Well at USA Championships
Six former Ivy athletes finished in the top six at last weekend's USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., including Princeton grad Tora Harris (pic.), who won the national title in the high jump.

Ivies Lead U.S. to World Championship in Lacrosse
The United States held off a furious charge from Australia to win the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup, 8-7. USA held an 8-4 advantage before a three-goal flurry finished the game. In the two games with the Aussies, the Americans had a victory margin of just two goals. Canada finished third.

Britannia, Ruled!: Ivies Help U.S. Into FIL Final
A strong Ivy League contingent was once again in full-force as the United States ripped England, 20-3, to advance to the finals of the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup. With six goals from the Ancient Eight, the Americans earned a title date with Australia, which outlasted Canada, 12-10.

Ivies Past & Present to Compete in USA Championships
A total of 19 current or former Ivy Leaguers will be competing at the 2009 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships beginning tomorrow at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.

Seven Ivies in Action at FIL Women's World Cup
Seven women with ties to the Ivy League either as players or as coaches are in action in Prague, Czech Republic for the Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup. Five of the seven were in action as top-seeded USA defeated defending champion Australia, 10-9, in pool play.

Cornell's Tambroni Named USILA Coach of the Year
After taking his team within seconds of a national title, Cornell head men's lacrosse coach Jeff Tambroni has won the Morris Touchstone Award as the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association’s Coach of the Year.

Big Red in Kenya
After making a splash at the NCAAs in Arkansas with two All-American performances last weekend, it’s on to Kenya, where the ‘Big Red Travel Team’ will launch projects designed to bring opportunities to Kenyan youth and their families.

Three Ivy Tracksters Earn Academic All-American Honors
A total of three Ivy League track and field athletes have earned ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America status.

Yale 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Yale's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Princeton 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Princeton's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Penn 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Penn's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Dartmouth '09 Athletic Awards
Here are Dartmouth's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Cornell 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Cornell's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Columbia 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Columbia's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Harvard 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Harvard's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

Brown 2009 Athletic Awards
Here are Brown's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

2009 Ivy Athletic Awards
Every year, about this time, we bring you the senior awardwinners from the eight schools. The 2009 list is filled with household names and a large contingent of former and current Academic All-Ivy selections. In total, 30 student-athletes were recognized.

Course At Yale to Host 2010 NCAA Men's Golf Regional
The Course At Yale, recently voted the No. 1 college course in the United States, has been selected as one of six regional sites for the 2010 NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship.

Seven Ivies Become Track & Field All-Americans
Seven Ivy League track and field student-athletes earned All-America status at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships held at McDonnell Field on the University of Arkansas campus.

CoSIDA Names Six Ivies Academic All-Americans
Dotting some impressive Ivy resumes, Brown's Dan Ricketts and Columbia's Jeff Spear can now add ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Men's at-large first team. In all, six Ivy student-athletes were named at-large Academic All-Americans.

Pressing for a Cause
Harvard Student-Athlete Advisory Committee "pressed" to raise money for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.

Ivy Tracksters Set for NCAA Nationals
Eighteen of the 23 Ivy Leaguers slated to compete at the NCAA Track & Field Championships in Fayetteville, Ark., begin their quests for championships and All-America status today. Click inside for all the details.

GCAA Tabs Six Ivies to PING All-Northeast Team
The Golf Coaches Association of America recently announced selections for 2009 All-Region and All-America teams. In all, six Ivy League Men's golfers were named to the PING All-Northeast team, including Dartmouth freshman Peter Williamson, the 2009 Ivy League Men's champion.

Princeton's Hale Selected by Atlanta in Third Round
David Hale left Georgia three years ago to play baseball at Princeton. In the third round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft, he learned that the next step in baseball jersey could potentially bring him full-circle as his hometown Atlanta Braves selected him 87th overall.

Tiger's Schwab Named IWLCA Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Kristin Schwab of the Princeton women’s lacrosse team has been named the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Scholar-Athlete of the Year, it was announced by the organization.

Brimming with Intelligence
While milling around before a game, Ross Ohlendorf (Princeton '06) stood at his locker and discussed his senior thesis — the investment and financial return of signing players in the June amateur draft. It may have been the first time such a topic was discussed in a baseball clubhouse.

Bill Tierney Leaves Princeton to Take Head Job at Denver
After 22 seasons, 14 Ivy League titles and six NCAA championships, Bill Tierney has resigned as head coach of Princeton men's lacrosse to take the same position at the University of Denver.

Starfish Africa
When former Princeton soccer player and current U.S. marine Peter Kingston hasn't been busy serving our nation in Iraq, he's been in Africa working hard to help give hope to a new generation of bright leaders, through education and community service.

Dartmouth Duo Named Freshman All-America
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper announced its Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America selections recently and shortstop Joe Sclafani (pictured) and pitcher Kyle Hendricks of the Dartmouth Big Green were among those honored by the publication.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in spring sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Racing to the Show
Columbia's Fernando Perez ’04 figured he should chew gum. That was what big leaguers did, right? That was how guys handled the ninth inning of the World Series’ deciding game, right?

Billy Ball
Bill O'Brien has been praised as a good teammate and great leader going back to his days as a Brown football player in the early 1990's. Today, the former Bear has translated those skills into the coaching profession, as he looks to guide one of the most potent offenses in the NFL.

Ivies Advance to Track & Field Nationals
Seventeen of the 100 Ivy athletes competing at the NCAA East Regional Track & Field Championship, punched an automatic ticket to the NCAA Championships (June 10-13) while others will be waiting to see if they are granted at-large entries.

Ivies Fare Well in Women's Lacrosse Awards
The IWLCA and US Lacrosse have honored 48 student-athletes in Division I with a selection on one of the All-American teams. Six student-athletes, including two first-team selections, lead the charge for the Ivy League. The League also had 20 players selected to IWLCA Regional teams for the 2008-09 season.

Dartmouth's Season Ends as Kansas' Bats Explode
Zac Elgie drove in six runs and belted a grand slam to lead the third-seeded Kansas Jayhawks to a 16-0 victory over Dartmouth at the Chapel Hill Regional on Saturday at Boshamer Stadium. Dartmouth finishes the season with 27 wins and 18 losses.

Dartmouth Falls to UNC in Regional Opener
Seventh-ranked North Carolina turned a season-high four double plays to keep Dartmouth from pulling off the upset in the first round of the NCAA Regional in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Tar Heels won the opener, 5-2. Dartmouth will face Kansas in an elimination game at 1pm Saturday.

Max Seibald Wins Tewaaraton Trophy
Cornell senior men's lacrosse player Max Seibald has been named the winner of the 2009 Tewaaraton Trophy, the premier award in collegiate lacrosse. He becomes Cornell’s first recipient of the award.

Ivy Laxers Pile Up National Honors
Fourteen Ivy men's lacrosse players have been named All-Americans, as announced by the USILA, headlined by Goalie of the Year Jordan Burke of Brown, and Midfielder and Player of the Year Max Seibald (pic.) of Cornell.

Ivy Tracksters Head to NCAA Regionals
More than 100 Ivy League athletes have been confirmed to participate in the NCAA East Regional Track & Field Championship at North Carolina A&T’s Irwin Belk Track in Greensboro, N.C., on Friday and Saturday (May 29 & 30).

Cornell Falls in National Final
After controlling much of the game, Cornell surrendered a 9-6 lead in the final 5:31 of regulation, as the Big Red would go on to suffer a devastating 10-9 overtime loss to Syracuse in the men's lacrosse National Final.

Dartmouth Earns Baseball Berth in Chapel Hill Region
Dartmouth will open up against No. 4 North Carolina in the 2009 NCAA Baseball Regional at Chapel Hill, N.C. Kansas and Coastal Carolina complete this very difficult and potent region. Play for the Big Green will begin on Friday, May 29th.

Cornell Steamrolls No. 1 Virginia; Earns Title Shot
Cornell used three goals from both Rob Pannell and Ryan Hurley to run away from Virginia, 15-6 in the Men's Lacrosse National Semi-final. The Big Red will now face in-state rival Syracuse in the NCAA Championship game on Monday.

HEARTBROKEN: Quakers Fall in NCAA Lacrosse Semis
In a two-overtime classic, the Penn women's lacrosse team fell to undefeated Northwestern, 13-12, in an NCAA semifinal matchup at Johnny Unitas Stadium in Towson, Md. The Quakers rallied from four goals down in the final seven minutes to send the game into overtime.

Beating the Odds
On the eve of Cornell's Final Four bout with top-ranked Virginia, a video feature on the Big Red's inspirational leader — senior Alex Cocoziello.

Cornell Set for Championship Showdown
Check inside for all the game details, features and photos as the Cornell men's lacrosse team gears up to take on top-ranked Syracuse for the national title now! ... LIVE VIDEO | LIVE STATS

Class on the Grass
A self-admitted perfectionist, Emily Balmert keeps carding milestones for Harvard Golf. As a freshman, she became the first Harvard woman to win the Ivy League individual golf championship, and has been a vital part of the changing of the guard in the sport.

"Row Like Helen Win"
There is a story in Princeton rowing lore that boils down to this: An alumnus once went to Western Union to wire encouragement to the team, but the operator refused to transmit it. Find out why and what it has to do with Erin Rosenbaum ('11).

Five Ivy Teams to Compete at NCAA Rowing Championships
The Ivy League boasts an all-time-high five teams that will compete in the 2009 NCAA Division I Women’s Rowing Championships to be held May 29-31 at the Cooper River Park in Cherry Hill, N.J.

All-Ivy Outdoor Track & Field -- 2009
Brown sophomore thrower and Heps Female Athlete of the Meet Brynn Smith headlines this year's team as the only double winner on the women's side, after taking home the shot and hammer at Outdoor Heps in Philadelphia.

Cornell Outlasts Princeton, On to Final Four
For the second time this season, Ivy co-champs Cornell and Princeton battled it out, with the Big Red besting the Tigers once again, 6-4, in front of more than 11,000 at Hofstra.

HEARTBREAKERS! Dream Quakers! Penn to Final Four!
Penn scored with five seconds remaining in overtime to defeat Duke, 10-9, and advance to the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Final Four for the third consecutive year. The Quakers now face #1 Northwestern, a 16-9 winner over Princeton.

All-Ivy Baseball -- 2009
Ending a 22-year title drought, Dartmouth earned the League's automatic bid to the NCAA Baseball Tournament. The Big Green also cleaned up in All-Ivy awards, as Nick Santomauro (pic.) won the Player of the Year and Joe Sclafani earned Rookie of the Year, both in unanimous votes by League coaches.

Yale's John Stuper Joins NCAA.com Baseball Chat
The NCAA.com Baseball Chat Series continues on Thursday afternoon at 4pm ET with Yale coach John Stuper as the special guest. Coach Stuper is the third of four current college coaches joining the chat initiative this season.

Princeton Beats UMass to Advance to NCAA Quarters
The Princeton men's lacrosse team used a career-high five goals from senior Mark Kovler to sprint past UMass, 10-7, and advance to the NCAA quarterfinals where they will face Ivy foe Cornell next week on Long Island.

Princeton Women, Cornell Men Claim Heps Titles
The Princeton women ended seven years of Cornell dominance to claim its first outdoor title in 20 years, while the Big Red men won its seventh straight Heps team championship today at historic Franklin Field.

Penn and Princeton Advance in WLAX
Both Penn and Princeton opened up Ivy League play today and both squads earned a spot in the quarterfinals. Penn turned back a valiant effort from Fairfield, 10-8, while Princeton disposed of Georgetown, 15-9. The Quakers entertain Duke and the Tigers travel to #1 Northwestern in the next round.

Cornell Advances to NCAA Quarterfinals
The Cornell men's lacrosse team got a hat trick from Ivy Rookie of the Year Rob Pannell, as the Big Red advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals with an 11-8 victory over Hofstra on Saturday evening at Schoellkopf Field.

Brown Lax Season Ends in Heartbreaker
Brown and Johns Hopkins battled toe-to-toe for 60 minutes, but the Blue Jays scored 36 seconds into overtime to lead Hopkins to a 12-11 win over the Bears in the first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Championship.

Seibald Named Tewaaraton Trophy Finalist
Four-time men's lacrosse first team All-Ivy Max Seibald of Cornell has been named one of five finalists for the 2009 Tewaaraton Trophy, as was announced by the Tewaaraton Award Foundation.

Murphy's law: Excel
Columbia Athletics Director M. Dianne Murphy has always surrounded herself with people who care about each other and the work they do. It has propelled her to be one of the few female directors in Division I, but also exceedingly successful at the job.

Ivies Score High Yet Again
After having the highest scores in the NCAA's APR ratings two weeks ago, the Ivy League has scored big again as the NCAA has released its sport-by-sport progress report today. Of the Ivy sports that are also NCAA sports, the League has the nation's top APR average in nearly 70 percent (20 of 29).

All-Ivy Women's Lacrosse -- 2009
Penn's Emma Spiro (pic.) and Princeton's Holly McGarvie headline this year's All-Ivy after being selected Co-Players of the Year. Penn led with four first-teamers, and also had the Rookie of the Year with freshman Erin Brennan.

Columbia Celebrates 25 Years of Women’s Sports
Columbia concluded its year-long celebration of the Silver Anniversary of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium paid tribute to the administrators, coaches and student-athletes who have brought distinction to Columbia Athletics.

All-Ivy Men's Lacrosse -- 2009
Brown's Jordan Burke headlines this year's All-Ivy team, as the senior goalie becomes the first player in Ivy lacrosse history to win back-to-back Player of the Year awards. Cornell led all schools with four first-teamers, while Princeton had three.

Ivy Tracksters Convene for Heps, Philly Style
The battle for the 2009 Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships will take place this weekend — May 9-10 — at Franklin Field on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pa.

Dartmouth Cruises to Baseball Championship
Led by a strong pitching performance from freshman Kyle Hendricks, Dartmouth rolled to a 10-0 win in the Ivy Baseball Championship. The Big Green were led on offense by two towering home runs from Johnathon Santopadre, who had four RBIs in the game. Jim Wren also had four RBIs on the day for the Big Green.

Cornell and Dartmouth All-Square on Diamond
The 2009 Ivy Baseball Championship will be decided in the third game of a best-of-three series on Sunday, May 3rd at 1 pm. Dartmouth took the opening game 8-6, before Cornell forced the deciding game with a 14-12 win. The winner will be the Ivy League Champion and the representative at the NCAAs.

Cornell Emerges in Gehrig Divisional Playoff
Cornell used a flurry of offense in the early innings and strong pitching throughout to defeat Princeton, 9-0, in the Gehrig Divisional Playoff. Corey Pappel opened the game and went six strong innings, striking out 11 and allowing just two hits. The Big Red will now travel to Dartmouth for the best-of-three Ivy League Baseball Championship.

All-Ivy Men's Golf -- 2009
Freshman Peter Williamson became the fourth Dartmouth golfer to win the men's golf title by claiming the 2009 Ivy League Men’s Golf Championship in a three-hole playoff. His play earned both Player and Rookie of the Year awards.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 9 - 4/28
Cornell's Nate David hit .533 on the week to lead the Big Red to a share of the Gehrig Division crown. The junior's résumé included a grand slam in a midweek clash and several clutch performances to earn a Divisional playoff rematch with Princeton.

All-Ivy Women's Golf -- 2009
Princeton senior Susannah Aboff (pic.) took home her second straight Ivy League Women's Golf individual title and the inaugural Ivy Player of the Year award, while fourth-place finisher Christine Cho of Harvard was voted Ivy Rookie of the Year.

Columbia Men WIn Second Golf Title in a Row
The Columbia men's golf team won its second straight consecutive Ivy title, coming from behind to edge Penn by one stroke. Dartmouth's Peter Williamson won the individual title in thrilling fashion, beating Princeton's Eric Salazar in a three-hole playoff.

Harvard Women Claim Second Straight Golf Title
The Harvard women's golf team captured its second Ivy League championship in as many years, holding on to win by two strokes over second-place Yale. Princeton's Susannah Aboff won her second straight individual title.

Dartmouth and Harvard Surge at Day Two
Day Two at the Ivy Golf Championships saw the Dartmouth men surge ahead to come within two strokes of Penn, while the Harvard women opened up their lead to eight strokes over second-place Yale.

Penn Men and Harvard Women Lead After Day One
After the first round of the Ivy Golf Championships, the Penn men hold a six-stroke lead over Columbia, while the Harvard women lead by just two stokes over Yale.

Ivy Men's and Women's Golf Converge on Atlantic City
The 2009 Ivy League Men's and Women's Golf Championships will unite under the Atlantic City C.C. banner this weekend in a new format that extends the competition to a third day. Action will consist of a single 18-hole championship round per day, starting Friday, April 24 at 7:30 a.m. and finishing Sunday.

Harvard Collects Shoes to Reuse
Harvard student-athletes collected over 250 pairs of shoes during the month of March in its first annual Reuse-a-shoe campaign.

Yale Works To “Save a Life”
Led by its football and women’s ice hockey teams, Yale Department of Athletics will conduct a marrow donor testing drive is part of the “Get in the Game. Save a Life.” campaign by the National Marrow Donor Program.

Ivy Student-Athletes On Top Again
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nation’s most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in today's official NCAA release, with 144 Ivy teams recognized.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 8 - 4/21
Dartmouth's Mike Pagliarulo found his power stroke this week, blasting four home runs (including a grand slam) in the five games he started while driving in a team-high 11 runs. For the week, he hit .381 with seven runs scored.

Max Seibald Video Feature
On the eve of the pivotal matchup between a pair of Ivy unbeatens — top-ranked Princeton and No. 5 Cornell — Big Red senior Max Seibald has been featured as part of ESPNU's Campus Connection. Click inside for the video link.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 7 - 4/15
Joe Sclafani continued his torrid hitting this week, hitting .522 with four multi-hit games, two doubles, three triples, seven runs and eight RBIs in Dartmouth's five games. The reigning Rookie of the Week reclaims the award for this week and adds Player of the Week honors to his Ivy League résumé.

Six Ivies Earn MLB Appointments as 2009 Season Starts
Six former Ivy Leaguers have been named to various rosters across the Major League Baseball landscape for 2009 season, which began over the weekend as the 2008 World Champion Philadelphia Phillies entertained the Atlanta Braves.

Hey There...Again
Columbia grad Delilah DiCrescenzo is a three-time Heps champion who was also the inspiration for a Grammy-nominated song. The former All-American steeplechaser is back in Morningside Heights as a coach and graduate student, while continuing to run professionally.

Beautifying Trenton
A group of more than 120 Princeton student-athletes recently spent time working in conjunction with the Princeton Varsity Club and Isles, Inc., on a rebuilding and beautification project in Trenton.

Ivy League Weekly Baseball Awards 6 - 4/7
Brown's Matt Kimball has simply been lights out recently, giving up just a single earned run in the four games that he pitched last week. The sophomore got a win and recorded two saves on the week, upping his season total to five saves.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 5 - 4/1
Nick Santomauro led Dartmouth to five victories last week, including four in Ivy play, by hitting .560 with eight RBIs. The senior was extra-potent against Ivy pitching, hitting for a .688 average (11-of-16) with three home runs as the Big Green swept doubleheaders on the road at Penn and Columbia.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

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Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 4 - 3/24
Harvard's Matt Rogers was a shining star for a Crimson team that endured a tough week of action. The senior batted .600 (9-15) with three doubles and three RBI in four starts against Centenary to take Player of the Week honors.

The Last 42
He's the Mariano Rivera of Princeton Athletics, the last Tiger to ever don the uniform number 42. Click inside to read Jerry Price's feature on Princeton men's lacrosse tri-captain Greg Seaman.

Nickerson Wins National Title at 125 lbs.
Three time All-American Troy Nickerson won the 2009 NCAA championship at 125 pounds on Saturday night with a 2-1 tie breaker win over Paul Donahoe of Edinboro. Nickerson previously placed third and second in 2007 and 2006 respectively. The Big Red finished in fifth place as a team.

Cornell's Nickerson Goes For NCAA Wrestling Title
Big Red wrestling's Troy Nickerson has advanced to his second career finals at the NCAA tournament. Nickerson defeated the defending champion Angel Escobedo of Indiana in the semifinals at 125 pounds. Cornell sits in sixth place as a team, only a half a point out of fifth.

Ivies Wrestling Well at NCAAs
After a full day of competition has been completed in St. Louis, Mo., the 20 Ivy League wrestlers have been pared down considerably. However, a handful of athletes are still competing for All-America status and individual titles.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 3 - 3/17
After a week that saw plenty of rain outs for Ivy teams, Penn emerged unscathed and used the nice weather in Florida to improve to 6-5 on the year. The Quakers success was due in large part to a trio of players who had outstanding trips, but none more so than Jeremy Maas, who hit .516 at the plate.

Three Ivies Earn All-America Status at Indoor Nationals
Three of the five Ivy Leaguers competing at last weekend's NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships came home with All-America honors, including Cornell's Jeomi Maduka, who earned the honor in two events.

Field Set for Arch Madness; 20 Ivies Get Invites
The NCAA recently announced 52 at-large selections to the 2009 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. Four Ivy Leaguers earned selections via this process and will join the 16 automatic qualifiers in St. Louis, Mo. for the Championships. Action for all 330 wrestlers in the field begins March 19th.

A David Amongst Goliaths
Dan Ackman of The Wall Street Journal recently did a feature story on the Cornell University wrestling program in preparation for the march to Arch Madness in St. Louis, Mo. on March 19th. Could this be the year for a team title?

All in the Family
The Dartmouth men's hockey team probably has more of a family feel than you may expect, with head coach Bob Gaudet '81 coaching his two sons, Joey '10 and Jimmy '12. Click inside for Bruce Wood's piece on Hanover's hockey family.

The Eyes of Texas Are Upon Them
Five Ivy Leaguers, including Harvard high jumper Becky Christensen (pic.) will compete in the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships, scheduled for this weekend at the McFerrin Athletic Center in College Station, Texas.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards - 2 - 3/10
Princeton's Brian Berkowitz enjoyed a nice series against William & Mary over the weekend. The junior outfielder hit .462. Two of the six hits were home runs, including a grand slam in the third game. He finished with seven RBI.

All-Ivy Men's Swimming & Diving -- 2008-09
Yale's Alex Righi won 11 of 12 total career individual races in EISL/Ivy League championship competition. The senior took home Swimmer of the Meet and Career Points Leader at the Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships. The following earned All-Ivy status.

Princeton Men Claim 18th Swimming & Diving Title
Led by thrilling wins by Jonathan Christensen, Doug Lennox and Daniel Dickerson, the Princeton men's swimming and diving team completed a brilliant team season with a wire-to-wire victory at the 2009 Ivy Championships.

Cornell Takes Down Third-Straight EIWA Title
Cornell wrestling won its third-straight EIWA tournament on Sunday evening and crowned four individual champions at the meet. Additionally, the Big Red had seven automatic NCAA tournament qualifiers.

All-Ivy Squash -- 2008-09
Penn national finalist Kristen Lange was named as the Ivy League's women's squash Most Outstanding Player while highly decorated Princeton senior Mauricio Sanchez earned the honor for the men for the third straight year.

Campbell-McGovern Honored by WBCA
Ivy League senior associate director Carolyn Campbell-McGovern has been named the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association’s 2009 Administrator of the Year Award for her excellence in athletic administration.

All-Ivy Indoor Track & Field -- 2008-09
Cornell's Jeomi Maduka leads this year's indoor track and field All-Ivy team after winning four events at Heps this weekend in Cambridge, Mass.

All Systems Go for Men's Ivy League Swimming & Diving
The Ivy League Men's Swimming and Diving Championships conclude Saturday at Princeton's DeNunzio Pool. The blog is now live and all other info can be found inside.

Ivy Weekly Baseball Awards 1 - 3/3
Matt Hill got the start in game one for Cornell and showed why he’s the ace of the staff, as he worked a complete-game shutout over Navy. The junior worked seven innings, allowing just two hits and a pair of walks while striking out three.

All-Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving -- 2008-09
The Harvard Crimson took the Frank Keefe Trophy at the Ivy League Women's Swimming and Diving Championship on Feb. 26-28, 2009. The following earned All-Ivy status at the meet.

Big Red Sweep Indoor Heps Titles
The Cornell Big Red have done it again, winning both the men’s and women’s championships at the Ivy League Heptagonals Indoor Track & Field Championships in Cambridge, Mass.

Crimson Turns Tide in Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving
The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team claimed its ninth league championship on Saturday by using a balanced attack to set ten school records and finish 249.5 points ahead of the field at the 2009 Ivy League Championships. The win ended a three-year title run by Princeton.

All-Ivy Wrestling -- 2008-09
Shortly after earning a seventh-straight Ivy League championship, the Cornell wrestling team also pinned down most of the All-Ivy selections in 2009. In all, eight Ithacans earned All-Ivy distinction. Additionally, the Big Red grappled the Wrestler and Rookie of the Year awards.

Ceplikas Named Acting Director of Athletics at Dartmouth
Robert A. Ceplikas, a 1978 graduate of Dartmouth College and 30-year veteran of the college's staff in athletics and admissions, has been named Acting Director of Athletics and Recreation, effective July 1.

Cornell's Lucky Number Seven
The Big Red wrestling team won its seventh-straight Ivy title this past Saturday with a 34-9 victory over Harvard. The Big Red finished its dual season by pinning down a 12-2 record and was a perfect 5-0 against the Ancient Eight.

2009 Ivy Women's Swimming & Diving Championships
The Ivy women have descended on Long Island, N.Y. for the 2009 Women's Swimming & Diving Championships. The blog is now live. An update on the official results can be found after the jump.

The Toast of New Jersey?
So many sports. So many teams. So many athletes. So many who seem to fall through the cracks. So who is the best collegiate athlete in all Central Jersey? Harvey Yavener's answer may surprise you. Then again, perhaps it won't.

Indoor Heps Only a Week Away
The battle for the 2009 Ivy League Heptagonal Championships will take place next weekend, Feb. 28 - Mar. 1, in Cambridge, Mass., and the schedule for the two-day event is now available.

Harvard's Matthews Nominated for College Baseball HOF
Harvard baseball pioneer William Clarence Matthews has been nominated to the ballot for the College Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Class of 2009.

Supporting in Pink
Yale junior forward Mandi Schwartz may not be on the ice with her women's hockey teammates this weekend but her presence will not be missed...in a sea of pink.

The Golden Rule
The 1961 Freedom Riders — an oft-overlooked expedition — ushered in a new era of the Civil Rights Movement and one of its original participants once toted a hockey stick for the Harvard Crimson.

Columbia's Murphy Rings NASDAQ Closing Bell
Syracuse's Don McPherson, a 2008 College Football Hall of Fame inductee, and Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, chairperson of the NFF Gridiron Club of New York and Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education at Columbia, presided over the NASDAQ Closing Bell on January 28, 2009.

No. 1 Princeton Holds Serve; Upends No. 2 Penn, 6-3
In a rematch of the National Championship from 2008, the No. 1 Princeton women turned away the No. 2 Penn Quakers, 6-3, in Ivy League squash. The win puts the two-time defending National champions in good position to bring the League title back to Princeton, N.J.

Yale Presents Sustainable Athletics Goals
Representatives from Yale outlined their efforts to develop a sustainability plan for the University's athletics program at the recent National Collegiate Athletic Association convention in Washington, D.C.

Howe Cup Rematch in Princeton Tonight
In one of the marquee match-ups in all of collegiate squash, the No. 1 Princeton Tigers women will entertain the No. 2 Penn Quakers tonight. The match features the two teams that contested the 2008 National Championship. For an encore, the No. 2 Princeton men will play the No. 7 Quakers.

Reeling in a Hall of Famer
Princeton's Karen Smyers ('83) is not a member of the Ironman or Triathlete Hall of Fames (yet). But that didn't stop the former swimming champion from joining the inaugural class of the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame.

The Estes Way
With three championships since 1999, and two in the last four years, Phil Estes has delivered the kind of numbers that make him arguably the best football coach in the history of Brown University. His way has brought about a resurgence of Bears football.

Brown's DeOssie Named to 2009 NFL Pro Bowl
Former Brown standout and current New York Giants long snapper Zak DeOssie was named the NFC squad for the 2009 NFL Pro Bowl, which takes place February 8 at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Global Lessons
Three of Dartmouth’s varsity lacrosse players left their sticks in Hanover and settled in the rolling plains of Africa this fall, helping on soccer fields and in classrooms during an off-term at the college.

Two Ivies Selected in 2009 MLS SuperDraft
Alex Grendi (Penn) and Michael Fucito (Harvard) had their names called back-to-back during the 2009 Major League Soccer SuperDraft. Grendi went to the Columbus Crew at the 45th pick and then Fucito joined Seattle Sounders FC.

Dartmouth Director of Athletics Josie Harper to Retire
Josie Harper, Dartmouth’s Director of Athletics and Recreation since 2002, and a member of the athletics staff for nearly 27 years, today announced her retirement effective June 30. She was the first woman to hold this position in the Ivy League.

A Period of Growth
Harvard coach Ted Donato ('91), played for both the New York Islanders and New York Rangers during his 13-year National Hockey League playing career and was the recent subject of a NY Daily News story.

Yale Alum Earns LPGA Tour Card for 2009
Yale's Jeehae Lee ('06) recently surprised many of the experts at the LPGA Q School in Daytona Beach by finishing 8-under-par (t-12th) at a five-day qualifying tournament. Her finish secured one of the 20 top priority LPGA Tour cards for 2009.

Three Ivies Named NSCAA Scholar All-Americas
Three Ivy League soccer players were recently named NSCAA Scholar All-America selections. Columbia's Sophie Reiser and Dartmouth's Craig Henderson were recognized as first team Women's and Men's selections, respectively. Dartmouth's Myra Sack earned a Women's second-team nod.

Columbia Names Anderson to Lead Men's Soccer
Kevin Anderson, a five-year veteran of Major League Soccer and former assistant at both Boston College, has been named Head Men’s Soccer Coach, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy, Director, Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education announced today.

Four Ivies to Participate in MLS Combine
The initial player list for the 2009 Adidas MLS Player Combine has been released and includes 65 of the top players in NCAA Division I college soccer, including four players from the Ivy League. The combine will be held between January 9th and 13th in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Woolley Named to Continue Columbia's Resurgence
Jana Woolley, the Lions’ assistant coach for the last two seasons, has officially been named Head Field Hockey Coach, in a release announced today. She takes over the reins for Katie Beach, who resigned to relocate to Bermuda with her family.

Staring Down London
Eighty-eight hundredths of a second is all that separated Columbia's Erison Hurtault ’07 from qualifying in his 400-meter heat at the 2008 Summer Olympics. He is ready to make amends in London 2012.

Seven Ivies Earn NCSAA All-Region Honors
A total of seven Ivy women's soccer players were named to their respective NCSAA/adidas All-Region teams, including three first team honorees in Taylor Numann (pic.) of Princeton, Sophie Reiser of Columbia and Myra Sack of Dartmouth.

Inspiring a New Generation
Yale alum Sada Jacobson ('06) is a fencing world champion and Olympic medalist. Now a first-year law student at the University of Michigan, she is inspiring a whole new generation to excel in the sport she loves.

Cornell's Niemand Named Order of Merit Inductee
The National Wrestling Hall of Fame has announc