Tuesday, August 24, 2010

News and Notes: Tuesday Edition

Below, some news and notes for Tuesday...
  • The University of Buffalo formally announced its 2010-2011 schedule on Monday. The press release notes, "The Bulls will close out the non-conference schedule by playing at 2010 Ivy League champion and Sweet 16 participant Cornell on Jan. 3."
  • Speaking of recruiting, we are curious to see how Harvard handles the size of its 2011 recruiting class and the 2011-2012 roster. The Crimson have a reasonable 17 players on this season's team, but none of these players are seniors. Thus, with the entire roster returning for '11-'12, plus the addition of committed recruit, Jonah Travis out of Minnesota, the Crimson are already at 18 players for 2011-2012. Faced with a similar problem, Penn's roster should lighten a bit in 2011-2012, but the Quakers are currently well overloaded with an incredible 23 players on this season's 2010-2011 roster. Columbia has the most overloaded projected roster for 2011-2012 with 19 players. Check out the projected roster sizes of Ivy League teams for the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 seasons by clicking here.


desertjim said...

the matching funds policy can be nothing but good news for all cornell coaches. lets see if it produces some football players first! go get em mr courtney and keep cornell at the pinnacle of ivy basketball as well

Anonymous said...

Wasn't Hartman fired from Richmond for illegal recruiting?