Allison Guth

Carrie Moore and Dalila Eshe picture, along with the teaser title 'Is it time for #TwoBidIvy' for the Locked on Women's Basketball Podcast discussing the Ivy League

Locked on Women’s Basketball: A two-bid Ivy League?

By The Next / June 10, 2022

New coaches, challengers to Princeton’s reign, and whether the Ivy League will be a two-bid league

Carrie Moore and Dalila Eshe

How Harvard’s Carrie Moore and Yale’s Dalila Eshe will shake up the Ivy League

By Jenn Hatfield / May 15, 2022

Moore and Eshe are trailblazers off the court and looking to end Princeton’s reign on it

‘You are the reason I stayed here 40 years’: The legacy of Harvard’s Kathy Delaney-Smith through those she’s molded

By Jenn Hatfield / April 18, 2022

630 wins, countless relationships

Washington Mystics point guard Natasha Cloud shakes hands with Bethany Donaphin, head of league operations for the WNBA, after the Mystics secured the No. 1 overall pick in the 2022 WNBA Draft.

Daily Briefing — April 11, 2022: Welcome to Draft Day

By Em Adler / April 11, 2022

And the transfer carousel is not slowing down

Big threes, air guitars and a proper sendoff: Inside the Ivy League Tournament semifinals

By Jenn Hatfield / March 12, 2022

Princeton and Columbia advanced, but Harvard showed ‘what Ivy basketball is all about’

Which Ivy League head coach was the best player?

By Jenn Hatfield / March 4, 2022

Ahead of the conference tournament, Ivy head coaches vote on a different kind of bragging rights

International recruiting in the Ivy League is taking flight

By Jenn Hatfield / December 30, 2021

Columbia’s Kitty Henderson, Penn’s Nikola Kovacikova lead 12 international players on Ancient Eight rosters this season

European adventure powers pair of Yale standouts

By Jenn Hatfield / December 23, 2021

Camilla Emsbo and Klara Astrom honed their games with European clubs last season