Ivy League

Three side-by-side photos from practice: Kaitlyn Davis dribbles the ball with her right hand; McKenzie Forbes stands with her hands on her hips; and Kayla Padilla gets in a defensive stance.

‘A little Ivy power team’: How three Ivy League rivals are settling in at USC

By Jenn Hatfield / August 12, 2023

Kaitlyn Davis, McKenzie Forbes and Kayla Padilla will all play for the Trojans as graduate transfers

Abbey Hsu dribbles the ball across the free-throw line with her right hand as a defender chases on her left side.

From Columbia to Team USA: How Abbey Hsu made the AmeriCup roster

By Jenn Hatfield / June 30, 2023

A summer of red, white and Hsu

Dartmouth head coach Linda Cimino rests her elbows on a rack of basketballs and smiles for a photo.

New Dartmouth head coach Linda Cimino is ready for another rebuild

By Jenn Hatfield / June 24, 2023

Once the class of the Ivy League, Dartmouth went 0-14 in conference last season

Princeton freshman guard Madison St. Rose stands atop a ladder with streamers around her neck. She holds a piece of the net that she cut after the Tigers won the Ivy League Tournament. The Ivy League logo is shown prominently on the backboard.

Five numbers to know about Ivy League women’s basketball this offseason

By Jenn Hatfield / April 23, 2023

Exploring the Ivy pipeline to Power 6 programs, attendance growth and more

Harvard and Columbia fight for the jump ball.

How Columbia got revenge on Harvard — and stoked a rivalry — in a historic WNIT game

By Jenn Hatfield / March 30, 2023

‘That was pure Columbia basketball’

Columbia head coach Megan Griffith watches her team play with her arms crossed in front of her.

Ivy League co-champions Columbia and Princeton prepare for starkly different postseasons

By Jenn Hatfield / March 16, 2023

Princeton heads to NCAA Tournament; Columbia’s Megan Griffith calls out selection committee

Maggie Connolly sits on top of the rim, her arms outstretched, and celebrates an Ivy League Tournament title.

Princeton’s road to Ivy League Tournament title was familiar but hardly easy

By Jenn Hatfield / March 12, 2023

Harvard cements presence as current and future contender

Harvard players and coaches yell and clap in celebration in front of their supporters section at the 2023 Ivy League Tournament.

How Harvard notched the Ivy League Tournament’s first-ever upset — and Princeton thwarted one

By Jenn Hatfield / March 11, 2023

‘Don’t wait until the last minute to fight for our lives’

Princeton guard Kaitlyn Chen follows through on an open jump shot, with no defenders close enough to contest it.

‘It’s the Kaitlyn Show’: How Kaitlyn Chen went from Princeton’s X-factor to Ivy League Player of the Year

By Jenn Hatfield / March 10, 2023

Chen is one of the most skilled players in the Ancient Eight — and one of the most joyful, too

An empty Jadwin Gymnasium court, with the Ivy League Tournament and Princeton logos on the video board and the score listed as 20-23.

What to watch for in the 2023 Ivy League Tournament

By Jenn Hatfield / March 9, 2023

Pressure, unusual sight lines and the end of an era for a senior star