Every Division I tournament. Every team. College Crosse has it all on lockdown. Please send cookies and naptime. Today we're slashing to bits the Ivy League Tournament.
You know what with music... I've had a busy week. I'm letting YOU, the reader, to choose your music while viewing the conference overview! Oh man, what power to have. If you're reading this and thinking LOLOL NERDS, click here. If you're reading this and thinking LOLOL RICH PEOPLE, click here. If you're reading this and thinking "Oh, it's always Cornell and Princeton winning this conference anyway," click here and here (sorry P'ton fans for picking the most cliche song ever).
Now alas, no, Cornell and Princeton don't automatically win these things. They have, however, dominated the Ivy League quite a bit as of late. But don't let that fool you, this Ivy League Tournament, especially given Notre Dame's early exit in the Big East Tournament, is going to be whales of fun. The intensity is cranked up to 11 as it's looking less and less likely that the Ivy's a two-bid conference. Yale very much wants to crash the NCAA Tournament with their winning streak and Brown wants to make every bracketologist's head explode. The Tigers and the Red sure as hell want to be surely in the field, too. And with three teams on the at-large bubble, you know everybody's going to bring it at Class of 52
Astro Turf Field O'Fun.... actually, Princeton did a really nice job putting in field turf during the offseason, so it's no more super bouncy lax time!
Here's an infographic that I'm sure you guys will love. The Ivy League website kept all the ties in place and didn't have historic standings, and considering the Ivies count shared championships towards their conference title total, I kept them in place. This is also the most extensive infographic you'll see, as it goes back to the beginning of the NCAA Tournament era. I hope you all have as much fun looking at it as I did making this.
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