Sign in
View: Mobile | Desktop
 
FOLLOW US:  Facebook  Twitter  LinkedIn  RSS
Men Women
  
 USA basketball USA Basketball
Women Professional
Women College

 Canadian basketball Canadian Hoops
Americas Events
World Events
Upcoming Events
Apr 1: NCAA1: NCAA1 Final Four starts
Authors:
Join Us!!! We are looking for someone to help us cover NCAA1 basketball. Please send us an e-mail.
  2015-2016     Previous season  

Ivy Ranking
 1. Pennsylvania 13-1(21-7) 
 2. Princeton 9-5(15-12) 
 3. Harvard 8-6(20-7) 
 4. Cornell 7-7(16-11) 
 5. Brown 7-7(16-12) 
 6. Yale 6-8(15-12) 
 7. Columbia 3-11(13-14) 
 8. Dartmouth 3-11(8-19) 

Ivy Men 2016-2017
Official Web Site


Michelle Nwokedi named Player of the Year (Photo: amazonaws.com)

Points Per Game
 Camille ZIMMERMAN
  Columbia
  (185-F-)
  Avg: 22.6
 1. Zimmerman, Columbia22.6 
 2. Gaziano, Brown16.7 
 3. Marshall, Cornell15.3 
 4. Mehta, Brown15.2 
 5. Nwokedi, Pennsylvania14.4 
 6. Benzan, Harvard13.4 
 7. Berkowitz, Yale13.4 
 8. Will, Brown12.8 
 9. Munzer, Yale12.7 
 10. Steeves, Brown12.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Camille ZIMMERMAN
  Columbia
  (185-F-)
  Avg: 9.6
 1. Zimmerman, Columbia9.6 
 2. Nwokedi, Pennsylvania9.4 
 3. Stipanovich, Pennsylv.8.4 
 4. Steeves, Brown8.4 
 5. Little, Columbia8.0 
 6. Robinson, Princeton7.7 
 7. Alarie, Princeton7.5 
 8. Nunley, Harvard7.3 
 9. Boehm, Harvard7.0 
 10. Oliver, Columbia6.9 
Assists Per Game
 Kerri MORAN
  Cornell
  (173-G-)
  Avg: 4
 1. Moran, Cornell4.0 
 2. Benzan, Harvard4.0 
 3. Ross, Pennsylvania3.9 
 4. Leduc, Cornell3.5 
 5. Mehta, Brown2.8 
 6. Robinson, Princeton2.8 
 7. Koerner, Columbia2.6 
 8. Chambers, Pennsylv.2.6 
 9. Zimmerman, Columbia2.5 
 10. Skinner, Harvard2.5 
Steals Per Game
 Tamara SIMPSON
  Yale
  (178-G-)
  Avg: 2.9
 1. Simpson, Yale2.9 
 2. Mehta, Brown1.9 
 3. Will, Brown1.8 
 4. Marshall, Cornell1.7 
 5. Leduc, Cornell1.6 
 6. Chambers, Pennsylv.1.6 
 7. Quinones, Dartm.1.6 
 8. Zimmerman, Columbia1.5 
 9. Brown, Princeton1.5 
 10. Raster, Harvard1.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Michelle NWOKEDI
  Pennsylvania
  (190-F-)
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Nwokedi, Pennsylvania2.6 
 2. Boehm, Harvard2.2 
 3. Alarie, Princeton1.8 
 4. Stipanovich, Pennsylv.1.8 
 5. Nunley, Harvard1.8 
 6. White, Brown1.5 
 7. Smith, Dartmouth1.0 
 8. Berkowitz, Yale0.9 
 9. Steeves, Brown0.8 
 10. Marshall, Cornell0.8 


University of Pennsylvania wins the USA Ivy 2016-2017 title (Photo: psbin.com)

University of Pennsylvania 2016-17
Mike McLaughlin Mike McLaughlin McLaughlin
Michelle Nwokedi
Nwokedi
Kasey Chambers
Chambers
Sydney Stipanovich
Stipanovich
Anna Ross
Ross
Lauren Whitlatch
Whitlatch
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
43  Nwokedi Michelle 190 (6'3'') F 0 USA
12  Chambers Kasey 170 (5'7'') G 0 USA
13  Stipanovich Sydney 190 (6'3'') C 0 USA
10  Ross Anna 175 (5'9'') G 0 USA
14  Brzozowski Beth 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
21  Whitlatch Lauren 180 (5'11'') G 0 USA
2  Falconer Jackie 183 (6'0'') F 0 USA
24  Glasgow Alexis 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
22  Jackson Deja 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
23  Daley Kristen 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
25  Russell Ashley 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
42  Johnson Jameira 185 (6'1'') F 0 USA
50  Aghayere Princess 183 (6'0'') F 0 USA
 Sterba Phoebe 0 (0'0'') 0 USA
 Grasela Kendall 0 (0'0'') 0 USA
 Anderson Emily 0 (0'0'') 0 USA
 Bagwell-katalinich Laura 0 (0'0'') 0 USA
 Satter Liz 0 (0'0'') 0 USA
Head Coach: Mike McLaughlin
Coach Assistant: Bernadette Laukaitis
Coach Assistant: Kelly Killion


Penn Women's Basketball Wins #IvyMadness Title - Mar 13, 2017

Penn (22-7, 13-1 Ivy) punched its ticket to the NCAA Tournament on Sunday, defeating the second-seeded Princeton Tigers (16-13, 9-5), 57-48, in the championship of the first-ever Ivy League Tournament. With the win, the Quakers secured their third bid to the NCAA Tournament in the last four years and second-straight.
The Red and Blue led wire to wire at The Palestra, beating the Tigers for the third time this season and second time in six days to ensure their ticket would be punched for the Big Dance on Selection Monday.
Penn junior forward Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F), the 2017 Ivy League Player of the Year, was voted Most Outstanding Player of the Tournament. She was joined on the All-Tournament team by her Quaker junior guard Anna Ross (5'9''-G), along with Princeton teammates Bella Alarie (6'4''-G/F) and Leslie Robinson (6'0''-F) along with Brown teammates Shayna Mehta (5'7''-G-97) and Erika Steeves (6'2''-F-96).
Penn will have to wait until Selection Monday to find out where they will be seeded and playing in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The Selection Show is set to air on ESPN at 7 p.m. on Monday.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS
Anna Ross (5'9''-G) led the charge for the Quakers, putting up 17 points and four assists after putting up 12 and six in the semifinals against Brown on Saturday. In the post, Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F) lived up to her Ivy Player of the Year mantle, posting 15 points and 11 boards for her 15th double-double of the season and her seventh in the last eight games. The duo was complemented by Kasey Chambers (5'7''-G), who contributed 13 points, four boards, and five assists in her final game at The Palestra.
It was the Penn defense that made the win possible, limiting the Tigers to 18-for-64 (28.1%) shooting and allowing just seven assists as the Quakers themselves shot 22-for-55 (40.0%) from the field and a critical 8-for-25 (32.0%) from three. Penn's technical control powered the win, with a 15-to-11 assist/turnover ratio, five blocks, and just 13 total fouls on the afternoon.

HOW IT HAPPENED
The Quakers' signature defense held the Tigers scoreless for nearly the first three minutes of the contest, allowing the Red and Blue to jump out to an early 8-4 lead thanks in part to a pair of baskets from Anna Ross (5'9''-G). After Princeton narrowed it to an 8-7 gap at the media timeout, neither team could gain any separation - it was a 15-14 advantage for Penn by the end of the first frame with Ross' six and Kasey Chambers (5'7''-G)' four points carrying the majority of the burden for the Quakers.
In the second quarter, Ross started right back where she left off, nailing a trey on Penn's opening possession and a pair of layups from Princess Aghayere (6'0''-F) brought the Quakers' lead out to eight with 7:20 left in the first half. The Red and Blue held the Tigers without a point for the first 8:48 of the second quarter, facilitating a 12-0 run as Penn held their rivals to just 22.6% shooting in the first half. A pair of blocks from Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F) helped keep the run going, and the Quakers ultimately took a 29-18 lead into the break.
The Quakers didn't let up into the second half, as Nwokedi hit back-to-back treys before Ross added two baskets of her own for an 11-3 run. The Tigers were simply unable to get much momentum - whenever they strung a basket or two together, the Red and Blue were quick to respond at the other end with 12 of their 16 third-quarter points coming from beyond the arc. Through three frames, Penn held on to a 45-30 advantage.
After a quiet 30 minutes, Kasey Chambers (5'7''-G) hit her stride in the fourth quarter, hitting consecutive shots from the corner early in the frame. Princeton started chipping away at the Quakers' lead however, getting it to 50-39 with under six minutes to play before Chambers drained another three to stop the run. Although the Tigers were able to get the deficit to single digits with a minute to play, they got no closer than seven before they had to start fouling and the Quakers could ice the game and secure the championship in the first-ever Ivy League Tournament.

Ivy League Tournament Final: Penn - Princeton 57-48
Ivy League Tournament Semifinals:
Penn - Brown 71-60
Princeton - Harvard 68-47

Courtesy of IvyLeagueSports


All-Ivy League Awards 2017 - Mar 13, 2017

All-Ivy League 1st Team 2017
Bella Alarie
Alarie
Katie Benzan
Benzan
Nia Marshall
Marshall
Michelle Nwokedi
Nwokedi
Camille Zimmerman
Zimmerman

All-Tournament MVP: Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F) of Pennsylvania
Player of the Year: Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F) of Pennsylvania
Defensive Player of the Year: Tamara Simpson (5'10''-G) of Yale
Rookie of the Year: Bella Alarie (6'4''-G/F) of Princeton
Coach of the Year: Mike McLaughlin of Pennsylvania

1st Team
G/F: Bella Alarie (6'4''-G/F) of Princeton
G: Katie Benzan (5'6''-G) of Harvard
F: Nia Marshall (6'0''-F) of Cornell
F: Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F) of Pennsylvania
F: Camille Zimmerman (6'1''-F) of Columbia

2nd Team
G/F: Justine Gaziano (6'0''-G/F-98) of Brown
G: Shayna Mehta (5'7''-G-97) of Brown
F: Leslie Robinson (6'0''-F) of Princeton
G: Anna Ross (5'9''-G) of Pennsylvania
C: Sydney Stipanovich (6'3''-C) of Pennsylvania

Honorable Mention
Jen Berkowitz (6'2''-F) of Yale
Megan Leduc (5'6''-G) of Cornell
Kate Letkewicz (6'0''-G-96) of Dartmouth
Destiny Nunley (6'1''-F) of Harvard

All-Tournament Team
F: Michelle Nwokedi (6'3''-F) of Pennsylvania
G: Anna Ross (5'9''-G) of Pennsylvania
G/F: Bella Alarie (6'4''-G/F) of Princeton
F: Leslie Robinson (6'0''-F) of Princeton
G: Shayna Mehta (5'7''-G-97) of Brown
F: Erika Steeves (6'2''-F-96) of Brown


 

Site Map:
Usbasket.com Member Services: Other Basketball Sites:
Copyright (c) 1998-2017 Eurobasket Inc. Disclaimer

WARNING:
Do not copy, redistribute, publish or otherwise exploit information that you download from the site !
Do not encumber, license, modify, publish, sell, transfer or transmit, or in any way exploit, any of the content of the site, nor will you attempt to do so.