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Ivy League Men Basketball

  2014-2015     Previous season  

Ivy Ranking
 1. Yale 13-1(22-6) 
 2. Princeton 12-2(22-6) 
 3. Columbia 10-4(21-10) 
 4. Harvard 6-8(14-16) 
 5. Pennsylvania 5-9(11-17) 
 6. Dartmouth 4-10(10-18) 
 7. Cornell 3-11(10-18) 
 8. Brown 3-11(8-19) 

Points Per Game
 Matt MORGAN
  Cornell
  (190-G-)
  Avg: 19
 1. Morgan, Cornell19.0 
 2. Boudreaux, Dartm.17.7 
 3. Lo, Columbia16.7 
 4. Hatter, Cornell16.4 
 5. Mason, Yale15.8 
 6. Sears, Yale15.8 
 7. Caruso, Princeton15.3 
 8. Kuakumensah, Brown14.0 
 9. Rosenberg, Colum.13.8 
 10. Edosomwan, Harva.13.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Zena EDOSOMWAN
  Harvard
  (206-F/C-)
  Avg: 9.8
 1. Edosomwan, Harvard9.8 
 2. Kuakumensah, Brown9.6 
 3. Boudreaux, Dartm.9.4 
 4. Nelson-Henry, Penn.8.2 
 5. Sears, Yale7.5 
 6. Victor, Yale7.3 
 7. Spieth, Brown7.2 
 8. Sherrod, Yale7.1 
 9. Onuorah, Cornell6.5 
 10. Caruso, Princeton6.3 
Assists Per Game
 Tavon BLACKMON
  Brown
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 5.5
 1. Blackmon, Brown5.5 
 2. Weisz, Princeton3.9 
 3. Spieth, Brown3.7 
 4. Mason, Yale3.7 
 5. Hatter, Cornell3.6 
 6. McCarthy, Harvard3.6 
 7. Mullins, Columbia3.4 
 8. Silpe, Pennsylvania3.2 
 9. Woods, Pennsylv.3.1 
 10. Montague, Yale3.0 
Steals Per Game
 Maodo LO
  Columbia
  (190-G-92)
  Avg: 2.3
 1. Lo, Columbia2.3 
 2. Gill, Dartmouth1.6 
 3. Morgan, Cornell1.4 
 4. Caruso, Princeton1.3 
 5. Blackmon, Brown1.2 
 6. Smith, Cornell1.2 
 7. Hatter, Cornell1.1 
 8. Wright, Dartmouth1.1 
 9. Okolie, Harvard1.1 
 10. Cannady, Princet.1.1 
Blocks Per Game
 Cedric KUAKUMENSAH
  Brown
  (206-F-)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. Kuakumensah, Brown2.7 
 2. Sears, Yale1.8 
 3. Onuorah, Cornell1.6 
 4. Cummins, Harvard1.5 
 5. Edosomwan, Harvard1.3 
 6. Victor, Yale1.3 
 7. Miller, Princeton1.2 
 8. Petrasek, Columbia1.2 
 9. Nelson-Henry, Penn.1.1 
 10. Martin, Brown0.8 

Ivy Women 2015-2016
Official Web Site


Yale Captures Mens Basketball Title (Photo: Ivy League)

Yale University 2015-16
James Jones James Jones Jones
Justin Sears
Sears
Nick Victor
Victor
Anthony Dallier
Dallier
Makai Mason
Mason
Brandon Sherrod
Sherrod
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
22  Sears Justin 203 (6'8'') F USA
21  Victor Nick 196 (6'5'') G USA
1  Dallier Anthony 198 (6'6'') G USA
11  Mason Makai 185 (6'1'') G USA
35  Sherrod Brandon 198 (6'6'') F USA
4  Montague Jack 183 (6'0'') PG USA
44  Downey Sam 206 (6'9'') F USA
25  Edwards AJ 196 (6'5'') G USA
5  Anderson Eric 201 (6'7'') G/F USA
3  Copeland Alex 190 (6'3'') G USA
20  Greene Matt 201 (6'7'') F USA
42  Lininger Eli 198 (6'6'') F USA
13  Phills Trey 188 (6'2'') G USA
32  Reynolds Blake 201 (6'7'') F USA
34  Ryan Thomas 193 (6'4'') F USA
0  Ghani Khaliq 196 (6'5'') G USA
Head Coach: James Jones
Coach Assistant: Justin Simon
Coach Assistant: Anthony Goins


Yale Captures Men's Basketball Title, Headed to Big Dance for First Time Since 1962 - Mar 9, 2016

Yale closed the regular season with a 71-55 victory at Columbia to earn ts second-straight Ivy League men's basketball title and a ticket to the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championship for the first time since 1962.
Sophomore guard Makai Mason (6'1''-G) scored 22 points to lead a quartet of Bulldogs in double figures as head coach James Jones get to take his squad to the Big Dance for the first time in his tenure in New Haven.
Yale used the same formula it has all season, winning the battle of the boards 39-24, limiting Columbia to 40.4 percent from the field and assisting on 16 of its 27 field goals. Rebounding, defense and sharing the ball has led the Bulldogs to 22 wins and a 13-1 Ivy League mark, which matches the best in school history.
The 1961-62 team, the last to reach the NCAA Tournament, also won 13 Ivy games.
The Bulldogs will learn their NCAA Tournament destination on Selection Sunday, Mar. 13.
"It's an amazing feeling," said Brandon Sherrod (6'6''-F). "It's surreal. I don't think it's really hit me yet. We're just so thankful, so blessed. You can't really script a story like this."
Sherrod, who finished with 13 points and six rebounds, was one of many contributors. Nick Victor (6'5''-G) posted a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds, Anthony Dallier (6'6''-G) also scored 12 points, and Justin Sears (6'8''-F) had four points, eight rebounds and three blocks.
The bench also played a key role. Khaliq Ghani (6'5''-G) made two huge three-pointers, Sam Downey (6'9''-F) had two points and two rebounds to go along with solid interior defense, and freshman Trey Phills added a blocked shot.
A large contingent of former players were on hand to share in the celebration.
"It is a joyous time for Yale basketball and all our fans," said Jones, The Joel E. Smilow, Class of 1954 Head Coach of Men's Basketball who is in his 17th year at the helm.
The Bulldogs, who have won 17 of their last 18 games, seized control from the start. They led 17-3 after six minutes and were up 41-27 at halftime.
The Lions (21-10, 10-4 Ivy) made one push in the second half. Lukas Meisner (6'8''-SF-95)'s three-pointer pulled Columbia within 49-45 with 9:26 left. Mason and Ghani, though, answered with back-to-back three-pointers and just like that Yale's lead was back to 10. The Lions never got closer than six the rest of the way.
As the final minutes ticked down, the Yale players and fans soaked in the moment.
"There is nothing better for a coach than to be on the sidelines in the final seconds and know that you can't lose," Jones said. "They don't have an 11-point play. It felt wonderful."
The Bulldogs average margin of victory in their 13 Ivy wins was 13.6 points.
Yale has won 22 games overall for the second straight year. The Bulldogs will have a chance to post the most wins since the 1906-07 team went 30-7-1 with a victory in the NCAA Tournament.
This season has been extra special after Yale narrowly missed out on the NCAA Tournament last year, falling to Harvard in a playoff game.
"It's a crazy feeling, after all the things that happened last year," said Mason. "It's really incredible to put it all together."

Courtesy of Ivy League Sports


All-Ivy League Awards 2016 - Mar 10, 2016

All-Ivy League 1st Team 2016
Maodo Lo
Lo
Henry Caruso
Caruso
Makai Mason
Mason
Justin Sears
Sears
Brandon Sherrod
Sherrod

Player of the Year: Justin Sears (6'8''-F) of Yale
Defensive Player of the Year: Agunwa Okolie (6'8''-G/F-94) of Harvard
Rookie of the Year: Evan Boudreaux (6'8''-F-97) of Dartmouth
Coach of the Year: James Jones of Yale

1st Team
G: Maodo Lo (6'3''-G-92) of Columbia
F: Henry Caruso (6'4''-F) of Princeton
G: Makai Mason (6'1''-G) of Yale
F: Justin Sears (6'8''-F) of Yale
F: Brandon Sherrod (6'6''-F) of Yale

2nd Team
F: Cedric Kuakumensah (6'9''-F) of Brown
G: Grant Mullins (6'3''-G) of Columbia
G: Matt Morgan (6'3''-G) of Cornell
F: Evan Boudreaux (6'8''-F-97) of Dartmouth
F/C: Zena Edosomwan (6'9''-F/C) of Harvard
C: Darien Nelson-Henry (6'11''-C) of Pennsylvania
F: Spencer Weisz (6'4''-F-95) of Princeton

Honorable Mention
Alex Rosenberg (6'7''-F-91) of Columbia
Agunwa Okolie (6'8''-G/F-94) of Harvard
Steven Cook (6'5''-F) of Princeton
Nick Victor (6'5''-G) of Yale


 

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