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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2020 Ivy League Athletic Recruits

In light of the testing cancelations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, each of the eight Ivy League universities has announced test-optional policies for applicants to the Class of 2025. SAT or ACT scores along with SAT Subject Tests will not be required for rising seniors applying to college next year, … 

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Athletes at Princeton

And the award for the best college student-written editorial on highly selective college admissions of the year thus far goes to…Beni Snow of Princeton University. In a piece entitled “Princeton Admissions: Recruitment” in “The Daily Princetonian,” the newspaper of Princeton University, Snow makes correct point after correct point that torches … 

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Ivy League Barrier Breaker

Former Dartmouth College All-American and two-time Women’s World Cup gold medalist Devon Wills has broken a significant barrier in sport. Today, Wills became the first woman to ever sign with a Major League Lacrosse team when the New York Lizards (formerly the Long Island Lizards) signed her to a contract. … 

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Ivy League and Athletes

There’s a great op-ed in “The Columbia Spectator” by first-year student Josh Fram in which he writes about why athletes belong in the Ivy League. In the op-ed, Fram writes about how athletes on Columbia’s campus are often asked, “Oh…so you’re an athlete?” With this question, it’s implied that student-athletes … 

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Ivy League Athletics

Did you know that Columbia University won the Rose Bowl in 1934 in one of the greatest upsets of the 20th century?

Ivy League Athletes

How do you think Brown’s athletic program compares to Princeton’s?