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Ivy Ranking
 1. Harvard 12-2(17-12) 
 2. Pennsylvania 12-2(22-8) 
 3. Yale 9-5(16-14) 
 4. Cornell 6-8(12-15) 
 5. Columbia 5-9(8-19) 
 6. Princeton 5-9(13-16) 
 7. Brown 4-10(11-16) 
 8. Dartmouth 3-11(7-20) 

Ivy Women 2017-2018
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Points Per Game
  Avg: 22.1
 1. Morgan, Cornell22.1 
 2. Smith, Columbia17.5 
 3. Cambridge, Brown17.3 
 4. Anderson, Brown17.3 
 5. Towns, Harvard16.5 
 6. Gettings, Cornell16.2 
 7. Cannady, Princeton16.1 
 8. Stephens, Princeton15.0 
 9. Betley, Pennsylvania14.4 
 10. Oni, Yale14.3 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 7.4
 1. Meisner, Columbia7.4 
 2. Brodeur, Pennsylv.7.1 
 3. Gettings, Cornell6.5 
 4. Lewis, Harvard6.0 
 5. Oni, Yale6.0 
 6. Stephens, Princeton6.0 
 7. Rothschild, Pennsylv.5.9 
 8. Towns, Harvard5.8 
 9. Bassey, Harvard5.8 
 10. Julian, Cornell5.7 
Assists Per Game
  Avg: 4.5
 1. Smith, Columbia4.5 
 2. Anderson, Brown3.9 
 3. Barry, Dartmouth3.8 
 4. Foreman, Pennsylv.3.7 
 5. Oni, Yale3.7 
 6. Bell, Princeton3.5 
 7. Morgan, Cornell3.2 
 8. Johnson, Dartmouth3.0 
 9. Aiken, Harvard2.9 
 10. Gettings, Cornell2.8 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 1.6
 1. Wright, Dartmouth1.6 
 2. Anderson, Brown1.5 
 3. Bassey, Harvard1.3 
 4. Castlin, Columbia1.3 
 5. Bell, Princeton1.3 
 6. Cambridge, Brown1.1 
 7. Johnson, Dartmouth1.1 
 8. Phills, Yale1.1 
 9. Smith, Columbia1.1 
 10. Julian, Cornell1.1 
Blocks Per Game
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  Avg: 1.5
 1. Lewis, Harvard1.5 
 2. Tape, Columbia1.3 
 3. Julian, Cornell1.3 
 4. Brodeur, Pennsylv.1.3 
 5. Knight, Dartmouth1.1 
 6. Faulds, Columbia1.0 
 7. Cambridge, Brown1.0 
 8. Stephens, Princeton0.9 
 9. Phills, Yale0.8 
 10. Emery, Dartmouth0.8 

Penn wins Ivy League Tournament (Photo: Ivy)

University of Pennsylvania 2017-18
Steve Donahue Steve Donahue Donahue
Antonio Woods
Darnell Foreman
Max Rothschild
Ryan Betley
AJ Brodeur
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
2  Woods Antonio 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
4  Foreman Darnell 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
0  Rothschild Max 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
21  Betley Ryan 196 (6'5'') G 0 USA
25  Brodeur AJ 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
10  Wood Caleb 193 (6'4'') G 0 USA
5  Donahue Jackson 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
14  Jones Sam 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
20  MacDonald Matt 196 (6'5'') G 0 USA
22  Mijakowski Jakub 201 (6'7'') F 97 Poland
44  McManus Collin 208 (6'10'') C 0 USA
3  Silpe Jake 188 (6'2'') G 0 USA
12  Goodman Devon 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
15  Kaminsky Zack 198 (6'6'') F 0 USA
24  Simmons Jarrod 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
Head Coach: Steve Donahue
Coach Assistant: Nat Graham
Coach Assistant: Ira Bowman
Coach Assistant: Joe Mihalich

Penn wins Ivy League Tournament - Mar 12, 2018

No. 2-seeded Penn rode a game-high 19 points from senior Darnell Foreman (6'1''-G) to defeat top-seeded Harvard, 68-65, in a memorable Ivy League Men's Basketball Tournament Championship Game Sunday afternoon at The Palestra in Philadelphia, Pa.
The Quakers improved to 24-8 and earned the Ivy League's automatic bid to the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Penn will learn its postseason fate Sunday evening during the NCAA Selection Show, a tournament the Ivy League has six wins in the last eight years. It marks the 24th time that Penn will appear in the Big Dance.
Both of Penn's wins over Harvard this season were by a three-point margin.
The Crimson fell to 18-13 despite having a quartet of players in double figures. Harvard will await their opponent in the NIT, which will be announced Sunday evening.
Foreman wasted little time lighting up the scoreboard after he dropped 11 of Penn's first 13 points. The Crimson had held the senior in check in the previous two contests, allowing him to score 14 and 10 points, respectively.
Following a pair of Foreman free throws, Harvard produced the first of the game's entertaining runs. The Crimson outscored Penn, 13-0, in a span of 6:53, taking a 26-13 lead. During the spurt, Harvard freshman Rio Haskett (6'3''-G) scored all seven of his points. Haskett entered the contest averaging 3.1 points per game.
The Quakers responded with a 21-6 run of their own, capped off by a Foreman triple in the final seconds of the first half. Penn took a 34-32 lead into the intermission.
Penn used six consecutive points from the tournament's Most Outstanding Player, AJ Brodeur (6'8''-F), to produce an 11-0 run to open the second half.
Brodeur turned in his fifth double-double of the season with 16 points and 10 rebounds. He was the only player in the game with double-digit rebounds and was named the tournamen's most valuable player following the game.
The Crimson used strong play from Justin Bassey (6'5''-G-98) to ignite a 23-7 run over the next 8:06 while Harvard took a 58-55 lead. Bassey finished with 15 points.
Penn senior Caleb Wood (6'4''-G) hit consecutive triples before a conventional three-point play from Ryan Betley put the Quakers up six, 66-60.
Penn drained its last four free throws and staved off a pair of potential game-tying threes in the waning moments to hold onto the win.

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Ivy League Tournament Final: Penn - Harvard 68-65
Ivy League Tournament Semifinals:
Penn - Yale 80-57
Harvard - Cornell 74-55

All-Ivy League Awards 2018 - Mar 12, 2018

All-Ivy League 1st Team 2018
AJ Brodeur
Matt Morgan
Miye Oni
Seth Towns
Chris Lewis

All-Tournament MVP: AJ Brodeur (6'8''-F) of Pennsylvania
Player of the Year: Seth Towns (6'7''-F) of Harvard
Defensive Player of the Year: Amir Bell (6'4''-G) of Princeton
Rookie of the Year: Desmond Cambridge (6'4''-G) of Brown
Coach of the Year: Steve Donahue of Pennsylvania

1st Team
F: AJ Brodeur (6'8''-F) of Pennsylvania
G: Matt Morgan (6'2''-G) of Cornell
G: Miye Oni (6'7''-G) of Yale
F: Seth Towns (6'7''-F) of Harvard
F: Chris Lewis (6'9''-F) of Harvard

2nd Team
F: Stone Gettings (6'8''-F) of Cornell
G: Myles Stephens (6'5''-G) of Princeton
G: Ryan Betley (6'5''-G) of Pennsylvania
PG: Mike Smith (5'11''-PG-98) of Columbia
G: Desmond Cambridge (6'4''-G) of Brown
G: Devin Cannady (6'1''-G) of Princeton
G: Trey Phills (6'2''-G) of Yale

Honorable Mention
Darnell Foreman (6'1''-G) of Pennsylvania
Justin Bassey (6'5''-G-98) of Harvard

All-Tournament Team
G: Matt Morgan (6'2''-G) of Cornell
F: Chris Lewis (6'9''-F) of Harvard
F: Seth Towns (6'7''-F) of Harvard
F: AJ Brodeur (6'8''-F) of Pennsylvania
G: Darnell Foreman (6'1''-G) of Pennsylvania


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