The Ivy League males’s and girls’s basketball tournaments will decide which faculties get an computerized bid into their respective NCAA Tournaments later this month.
The Ivy League, historically, by no means had a postseason convention event till the format was modified in 2017. The convention didn’t have a event in 2020 or 2021 because of the coronavirus pandemic, however some expressed a problem with how the Ivy League has gone about its format.
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The Ivy League Tournaments characteristic the highest 4 faculties within the convention as an alternative of together with all eight groups which can be within the convention. College basketball reporter Andy Katz was amongst these expressing his disbelief.
“Once again this makes no sense. The @IvyLeague should have all 8 men’s and women’s teams in its tournament or don’t have one. It’s one more day,” he wrote.
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Katz was not the one one.
On the boys’s aspect, No. 1 Yale will tackle No. 4 Cornell and No. 2 Princeton will face off in opposition to No. 3 Penn. Both video games will happen on Saturday and the title recreation will likely be on Sunday.
On the ladies’s aspect, No. 1 Princeton will face off in opposition to No. 4 Penn and No. 2 Columbia will play No. 3 Harvard on Friday. The title recreation will likely be on Saturday.
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Yale received the boys’s event final yr. Princeton is the defending champion on the ladies’s aspect.