Ivy League Olympians in Tokyo

Wondering how many Ivy League students and graduates will be participating in the Olympic Games this summer? We know it’s a question that’s kept you up at night. Well, wonder no more. 90 Ivy League students or graduates will be competing in these Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. And which … 

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Dartmouth Earns Perfect Athlete Equality Index Score

A couple of months ago, we reported on how certain highly selective universities stack up against one another with respect to their LGBTQ+ inclusiveness in athletics. At the time, Dartmouth College received an Athlete Equality Index from Athlete Ally of 40 out of 100. As compared to its peer institutions, … 

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Stanford Football Recruiting

Let’s make it even easier for top football recruits as they seek to earn admission to America’s highly selective universities. And let’s make it easier for them — more so than anyone else — once they enroll. Said no one ever, except maybe football players, their parents, and coaches. Now, … 

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The King of Duke Will Retire

We always knew that this day would come. After the longest tenure in history, a new leader will rise and usher his people into a new era. No, we’re not talking about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who was essentially ousted today from power after leading the nation of Israel … 

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Ivy League Athletic Equality Index

Wondering which Ivy League university athletic department is the most LGBTQ+ friendly? Wonder no more! Athlete Ally releases an Athletic Equality Index, which was recently the subject of an article in The Dartmouth, America’s oldest college newspaper. In the piece, Dartmouth College students reflect on their athletic administration’s policies impacting … 

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Harvard Senior Athletes Applying to Graduate Programs

Can a current Harvard senior athlete who wasn’t able to play tennis this year due to the pandemic compete for Harvard’s team next year as a graduate student? The answer is yes. Ivy League senior athletes who were not able to compete this past year in their respective sports due … 

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Ivy League Athletic Recruiting Post-Pandemic

While many college athletes are competing in their respective sports over the course of much of this pandemic, athletes in the Ivy League have been unable to do so since their seasons have been canceled. There has been no Ivy League football. Another season of Ivy League basketball has been … 

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Dartmouth Reinstates Eliminated Athletic Teams

We here at Ivy Coach are celebrating today as, in a dramatic turn of events, Dartmouth College has reinstated its men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams along with men’s and women’s golf, and men’s lightweight rowing. Yes, you read that correctly. These teams have all been reinstated. As our … 

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Dartmouth Women’s Swimming Kicks Back

The Dartmouth College women’s swimming and diving team will not go silently into the night. As our readers may remember, Dartmouth eliminated several varsity teams in the spring — including the men’s and women’s swimming and divings teams, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s lightweight rowing. But the Dartmouth swimming … 

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Brown Squash Players Hit Back

In recent months, during these tough economic times for universities across America, some elite universities have eliminated certain varsity athletic teams. We’ve reported on these cuts at Stanford, Brown, and Dartmouth, cuts that largely impacted — shall we say — country club sports like squash, swimming and diving, crew, golf, … 

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