Friday, March 2, 2012

News and Notes: Friday Edition

Chris Wroblewski played his first game in a Cornell uniform (above in this photo) on November 14, 2008 and scored 6 points as Cornell beat South Dakota and unveiled its 2007-2008 Ivy league championship banner before the game.

It is Senior Weekend for Wroblewski and his classmates. Get all the information you need about the Cornell Big Red's games vs. Dartmouth (March 2, 7 pm) and vs. Harvard (February 3, 7 pm, with The Cornell Basketball Blog's Game Preview Center. Below, some news and notes for Friday. Above, Cornell Athletics tweeted this photograph from Thursday's practice. To the right of Bill Courtney practicing with the White Team are Devin Cherry and Errick Peck...

  • Below, some photos of Chris Wroblewski from his high school playing days. Above, some of the covers from past Cornell Daily Sun basketball supplement issues each of which featured Wroblewski on the cover.

  • At approximately 4 pm today on ESPN 1160, Brian Delaney will speak with Jon Jaques ('10), currently an assistant coach with Division III's Stevens Tech in New Jersey. Jaques played professionally in Israel last season. Listen free and live from the station website.
  • The Syracuse Post Standard writes, "Cornell closes out the regular season Friday and Saturday with home games against Dartmouth and Harvard. The Saturday night contest against the Crimson will be televised on ESPN3. The Big Red will have a chance to knock Harvard out of the Ivy League championship. Cornell is 11-15 overall, but 6-6 in the Ivy and 9-2 at Newman Arena. It will be the final contests for Cornell senior guard Chris Wroblewski, the lone remaining starter from the school’s Sweet 16 team (2009-10). Wroblewski is Cornell’s only two-time Academic All-American. He is a member of the school’s 1,000-point club and will likely break Louis Dale’s record for most assists."
  • The Harvard Crimson lists several athletic events to watch in March and writes, "March 2nd-3rd: Men's Basketball vs. Columbia and Cornell After Penn’s victory against Harvard in late February, Harvard is no longer assured a ticket to the NCAA tournament. This pairing of games will determine the Crimson's fate. With two wins, Harvard will be guaranteed a share of the Ivy title; with two loses, however, Harvard will likely be out of the running for the tournament. In addition, depending on the success of other conference teams in this last weekend of the season, the Ivy title could be split in a variety of ways in the end. Overall, March 2nd and 3rd will determine the fate of the Crimson's bid to the NCAA tournament, as well as the Ivy title."

DARTMOUTH (5-23, 1-11) AT CORNELL (11-15, 6-6)

Last weekend, the Big Green had the chance to stun Penn at home, nearly tying the game with 12 seconds to go on a Jvonte Brooks and-one layup. But Brooks missed the ensuing free throw, Rosen hit two from the charity stripe (they call it that for a reason, Jvonte!), and that was that. Classic Dartmouth.

The only thing remotely interesting about this game is that if the Big Green’s Gabas Maldunas (9.0 PPG, 7.3 RPG, 1.3 BPG) goes off, he could possibly overtake Cornell’s Shonn Miller (9.3 PPG, 6.3 RPG, 1.8 BPG) for the league’s Rookie of the Year.

If basketball doesn’t work out for those two, I suggest they team up and star in a buddy cop movie called “Gabotage.” They’d be the best Lithuanian-Ohioan BFF combo since Big Z and LeBron.

Pick: Cornell 68, Dartmouth 57


Would there be anything—and I mean ANYTHING—in the world that would make the Cornell Basketball Blog happier than the Big Red ending the Crimson season by winning this one? Save for the Knicks signing Jeff Foote and then trading Jeremy Lin to Morgan Stanley for Ryan Wittman, I don’t think so.

This game will be tough; traveling to Ithaca for Saturday contests always is. Add in the fact that it’s the Senior Night of Chris Wroblewski and Andrew Ferry (who, after going to the Sweet 16 as sophomores, won’t want to end their careers with a loss), the fact that the game is on ESPN3 (Harvard is 2-7 over the past two years on ESPN affiliates), and the fact that the Big Red has topped Yale and Princeton at home, and I am sufficiently terrified.

Because quite honestly, the Crimson look lost offensively right now. This just doesn’t feel like the same Harvard squad which you knew last season would reliably hit its threes at home and which would come back against an inferior team no matter how much it was down by. And it isn’t.

The defense has kept the ship afloat all year, but—despite the fact that it brought everyone back from 2011’s team and added to them a talented group of freshmen—the offense has struggled to find any sort of flow all season long. Last year, the Crimson scored at least 68 points in 11 of its 14 Ivy games. In 2012, it’s hit that mark just three times, with a high of just 71.

Nobody has emerged that the team can rely on to score in a tight game down the stretch. That could not have been more evident this weekend, when Rosen took over for the Quakers while the Crimson was left with last year’s Player of the Year—Keith Wright—sitting on the bench and a freshman, Corbin Miller, taking the biggest shot of the season.

It’s gotten to the point where, during the timeout before Casey’s charge Saturday, I turned to my co-beat writer, Martin Kessler, and asked what he would call. Neither of us had an answer. Instead, we both had a sinking feeling that “oh crap, now they have to score.”

If the Crimson is going to win this weekend, somebody needs to step up and knock down shots. If Laurent Rivard, Oliver McNally, and Corbin Miller combine to go 2-for-9 again from deep and Wright doesn’t reestablish himself as a dominant force inside, Harvard could be in trouble.

But this is a veteran squad fully aware of the magnanimity of the situation, and I imagine it will find a way to win. A loss here would be a bigger stomach-punch than that thrown by Nicholas Cage during his future guest appearance on “Gabotage.”

Pick: Harvard 65, Cornell 59

  • The Daily Princetonian writes, "As the Ivy League season motors to its finish, the men’s basketball team will take the floor against Yale and Brown this weekend knowing that the title is perhaps only mathematically in reach. Table-topper Harvard plays Columbia and Cornell for its last two contests, the former of which has lost the last five. A single win will elevate the Crimson beyond the reach of the resurgent Tigers."
  • Cornell's game on Saturday evening in Ithaca against Harvard, which will be broadcast on ESPN3, will include pre-game ceremonies honoring-- Chris Wroblewski, Max Groebe, Anthony Gatlin and Andrew Ferry, Cornell's graduating seniors.
  • Alex Compton ('97), a former All Ivy League selection during the 1996-1997 season and a transfer to Cornell from St. Joseph's (PA), is quoted in the Philippine Star. Compton is the director of the Nokia National Basketball Training Center Developmental League in the Philippines. He had a longstanding pro career in that country.

  • Jeff Foote (Cornell '10), an NBA D-League All Star, and his Springfield Armor are back in action tonight at Maine. All D-League games are broadcast online via Futurecast on the league website. The Springfield Republican notes that the Armor are now in first place in the Eastern Division and writes, "On the court, the Armor are led by All-Stars Jerry Smith, JamesOn Curry and Jeff Foote. This week's All-Star game saw all three players making their mark. Curry led the East with 25 points and eight assists. Smith had 14 points, six assists and five rebounds. Foote had a team-high seven rebounds. Smith also competed on the team that won the skills competition."
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Outstanding Student Athlete: Robert Mischler

On any other team, Robert Mischler would be the star. And he'd get all the attention and the accolades that go along with that.

But when you're on the same team as Demetrius Jackson, one of the most sought-after college recruits in the country, you kind of fly under the radar.

"I don't mind that, says Mischler, a senior guard at Marian. "Flying under the radar is fine with me. Because Demetrius, like you said, deserves all that attention. Because he's the best player around in my opinion."

It should be noted that not every kid in that situation always takes that attitude. To have a younger player steal the spotlight, it's not uncommon to see the older kid develop an attitude problem. But not every kid is Robert Mischler.

"The team is always first, in my opinion," Mischler says. "As long as we keep winning games, I don't have to be the star, or anything like that."

"He's just a great teammate," says Marian's coach, Robb Berger.

And a great player, in his own right. Mischler is one of the most dead-eye outside shooters in the state.

"He's old school," Berger says. "A lot of people in the olden days used to shoot it like that, but you don't see it anymore. And he can step out 24, 25 feet."

"I've been shooting a basketball since I was five years old," Mischler says. "So I like to say that I take pride in my shooting."

And just as much pride in his academics. Not only will Mischler play Division I college hoops next season, but he'll play at Cornell, an Ivy League school. Mischler carries a 4.37 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. He's ranked sixth in his class, and was one of just 22 area students that congressman Joe Donnelly nominated for the U.S. service academies.

When you have a kid like that on your team, "you get a team that's 18-3 and into the second round of the sectional," Berger says. "He's great to be around. Kids like being around him and they want to play hard with, and for, a kid like that."

A star who is just beginning to shine.

  • Game Recaps-Below are links to our game recap sections from each of Cornell's games this season.
  1. November 11, 2011 at St. Bonaventure L 58-79
  2. November 14, 2011 vs. Binghamton W 76-61
  3. November 16, 2011 at Buffalo L 59-68
  4. November 20, 2011 vs. Boston University W 71-66
  5. November 22, 2011 at Delaware L 68-76
  6. November 27, 2011 vs. American L 63-65
  7. December 3, 2011 vs. Lehigh W 81-79 (OT)
  8. December 17, 2011 vs. Albany W 85-82 (OT)
  9. December 19, 2011 at Illinois L 60-64 (TV: ESPN3)
  10. December 21, 2011 at Penn State L 67-74 (TV: Big Ten Network)
  11. December 28, 2011 at Stony Brook L 58-69 (OT) (TV: Cablevision 118)
  12. December 31, 2011 at Bucknell L 60-63
  13. January 3, 2012 at Maryland L 62-70 (TV: ESPN3)
  14. January 7, 2012 vs. Albright W 78-60
  15. January 13, 2012 vs. Princeton W 67-59
  16. January 14, 2012 vs. Penn L 52-64
  17. January 21, 2012 at Columbia L 56-61
  18. January 28, 2012 vs. Columbia W 65-60
  19. February 3, 2012 at Harvard L 60-71
  20. February 4, 2012 at Dartmouth W 68-59
  21. February 10, 2012 vs. Yale W 85-84 OT
  22. February 11, 2012 vs. Brown W 72-63
  23. February 17, 2012 at Penn L 66-73
  24. February 18, 2012 at Princeton L 57-75
  25. February 24, 2012 at Brown W 69-63
  26. February 25, 2012 at Yale L 40-71
  • Cornell RPI Watch: The RPI (Rating Percentage Index) is a measure of strength of schedule and how a team does against that schedule. It does not consider the margin of victory, but only whether or not a team won and where the game was played (home/away/neutral court). The formula is 25% team winning percentage (WP), 50% opponents' average winning percentage (OWP), and 25% opponents' opponents' average winning percentage (OOWP). (See: for a further explanation of the formula.) The RPI may be the most influential factor in NCAA Tournament seeding. Cornell's RPI rank as of March 2 is No. 172 out of 344 total Division I teams. While neither the Ken Pomeroy or Jeff Sagarin rankings are used by the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee, the site ranks Cornell No. 210 in the nation, while the USA Today Sagarin rankings have Cornell at No. 205 Both sites are predominantly used by fans and the media.

Friday, November 11
Johnson & Wales 66 Brown 86 (Box Score - Recap)
Columbia 57 Connecticut 70[ESPNU] (Box Score - Recap)
Cornell 58 St. Bonaventure 79 (Box Score - Recap)
MIT 49 Harvard 76 (Box Score - Recap)
Dartmouth 56 Rutgers 62 (Box Score - Recap)
Penn 59 Maryland-Baltimore County 45 (Box Score - Recap)
Yale 73 Central Connecticut State 69 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, November 12
Wagner 73 Princeton 57 (Box Score - Recap)

Monday, November 14
Albany 77 Brown 68 (NIT Tip-Off-1st Round@Syracuse, N.Y.)[ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)
Temple 73 Penn 67 OT (Box Score - Recap)
Furman 58 Columbia 62 (Box Score - Recap)
Binghamton 61 Cornell 76 (Box Score - Recap)

Tuesday, November 15
Harvard 73 Holy Cross 64 (Box Score - Recap)
Yale 62 Quinnipiac 68 [SNY] (Box Score - Recap)
Brown 52 Manhattan 54 NIT Tip Consolation@Syracuse, N.Y. [ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)

Wednesday, November 16
Cornell 59 Buffalo 68 (Box Score - Recap)
Vermont 65 Dartmouth 53 (Box Score - Recap)
Princeton 58 North Carolina State 60 [ESPNU] (Box Score - Recap)

Thursday, November 17
Penn 78 Rider 72 OT (Box Score - Recap)
Lyndon State 37 Yale 101 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, November 19
Buffalo 53 Princeton 61 (Box Score - Recap)
Hartford 52 Brown 59 (Box Score - Recap)
American 66 Columbia 58 (Box Score - Recap)
Bryant 62 Dartmouth 66 (Box Score - Recap)
Robert Morris 60 Penn 66 (Box Score - Recap)
Harvard 77 Loyola Marymount 67 (Box Score - Recap)

Sunday, November 20
Boston University 66 Cornell 71 (Box Score - Recap)

Sunday, November 20
Boston University 66 Cornell 71 (Box Score - Recap)

Monday, November 21
Brown 48 George Mason 74 (NIT Consolation Fairfax, VA) (Box Score - Recap)

Tuesday, November 22
Brown 79 Monmouth 71 (NIT Consolation Fairfax, VA) (Box Score - Recap)
Columbia 53 Stony Brook 67 (Box Score - Recap)
Cornell 64 Delaware 72 (Box Score - Recap)
Wagner 71 Penn 65 (Box Score - Recap)
Elon 56 Princeton 55 (Box Score - Recap)
Yale 62 Seton Hall 73 (Box Score - Recap)

Thursday, November 24
Dartmouth 69 San Francisco 71 (Great Alaska Shootout) (Box Score - Recap)
Harvard 75 Utah 47 [HDNet] (Battle 4 Atlantis Bahamas) (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, November 25
Dartmouth 64 vs. Alaska-Anchorage 52(Great Alaska Shootout) (Box Score - Recap)
Harvard 46 Florida State 41 [VERSUS] (Battle 4 Atlantis Bahamas) (Box Score - Recap)
Princeton 56 Bucknell 62 (Legends Classic, Lewisberg, PA) (Box Score - Recap)
Pittsburgh 78 Penn 58 [TCN] (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, November 26
Yale 84 Army 75 (Box Score - Recap)
Columbia 59 Manhattan 41 (Box Score - Recap)
Princeton 56 Morehead State 68 (Legends Classic, Lewisberg, PA) (Box Score - Recap)
James Madison 60 Penn 58 [TCN] (Philly Hoop Group Classic) (Box Score - Recap)
Dartmouth 48 Western Michigan 65 (Great Alaska Shootout) (Box Score - Recap)
Harvard 59 Central Florida 49 [VERSUS] (Battle 4 Atlantis Bahamas) (Box Score - Recap)

Sunday, November 27
Brown 64 Sacred Heart 77 (Box Score - Recap)
Princeton 66 West Alabama 66 (Legends Classic, Lewisberg, PA) (Box Score - Recap)
American 65 Cornell 63 (Box Score - Recap)

Monday, November 28
Swarthmore 42 Columbia 104 (Box Score - Recap)

Tuesday, November 29
Manhattan 72 Penn 75 (Box Score - Recap)
Yale 74 Hartford 69 (Box Score - Recap)

Wednesday, November 30
Dartmouth 50 New Hampshire 53 (Box Score - Recap)
Lafayette 69 Princeton 54 (Box Score - Recap)
Rhode Island 56 Brown 65 [myRITV] (Box Score - Recap)

Thursday, December 1
Harvard 55 Vermont 48 (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, December 2
Columbia 69 Loyola Marymount 61 (LA Westside Centennial Classic) (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, December 3
Vermont 52 Yale 68 (Box Score - Recap)
Brown 54 Iowa 75 (Box Score - Recap)
Lehigh 79 Cornell 81 (OT) (Box Score - Recap)
Penn 65 Villanova 73 [ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)
Columbia 72 North Texas 57 (Box Score - Recap) (LA Westside Centennial Classic)

Sunday, December 4
Columbia 78 La Sierra 56 (Box Score - Recap) (LA Westside Centennial Classic)
Seattle 70 Harvard 80 (Box Score - Recap)

Monday, December 5
Brown 49 Providence 80 [ESPN3/SNY] (Box Score - Recap)
Yale 73 Sacred Heart 71 (Box Score - Recap)

Tuesday, December 6
Holy Cross 45 Columbia 46 (Box Score - Recap)

Wednesday, December 7
Delaware 60 Penn 69 (Box Score - Recap)
New Hampshire 69 Brown 56 (Box Score - Recap)
Princeton 59 Rutgers 57 (Box Score - Recap)
Bryant 59 Yale 76 (Box Score - Recap)

Thursday, December 8
Harvard 53 Connecticut 67 [ESPN2] (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, December 10
Central Connecticut State 80 Brown 90 (Box Score - Recap)
Long Island 53 Columbia 63 (Box Score - Recap)
Harvard 76 Boston University 52 (Box Score - Recap)
Princeton 60 Drexel 64 (Box Score - Recap)
Penn 73 UCLA 77 [DirecTV] (Box Score - Recap)
Dartmouth 47 Notre Dame 65 [ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)

Tuesday, December 13
Dartmouth 51 IPFW 56 (Box Score - Recap)

Wednesday, December 14
Princeton 72 Rider 71 OT (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, December 17
Elon 54 Dartmouth 62 (Box Score - Recap)
Albany 82 Cornell 85 OT (Box Score - Recap)

Sunday, December 18
Princeton 71 Northeastern 62 (Box Score - Recap)
Yale 68 Rhode Island 65 [COX RI] (Box Score - Recap)

Monday, December 19
Cornell 60 Illinois 64 [ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)
Dartmouth 55 Colgate 61 OT (Box Score - Recap)

Wednesday, December 21
Dartmouth 64 Army 67 (Box Score - Recap)
Cornell 67 Penn State 74 [Big Ten Network] (Box Score - Recap)

Thursday, December 22
Florida Atlantic 51 Harvard 63 (Box Score - Recap)
Princeton 59 Siena 63 (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, December 23
Maine 71 Brown 58 (Box Score - Recap)
Dartmouth 74 Albany 82 (Box Score - Recap)
Marist 71 Penn 84 (Box Score - Recap)

Wednesday, December 28
Columbia 59 Marist 79 (Box Score - Recap)
Cornell 59 Stony Brook 68 OT [Cablevision] (Box Score - Recap)

Thursday, December 29
Brown 49 St. Francis (N.Y.) 66 (Box Score - Recap)
Harvard 67 Boston College 46 [ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)
Penn 70 Davidson 75 (Box Score - Recap)
Yale 71 Wake Forest 72 (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, December 30
Princeton 75 Florida State 73 (3OT) [ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)
Lafayette 67 Columbia 77 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, December 31
Cornell 60 Bucknell 63 (Box Score - Recap)
Holy Cross 65 Dartmouth 61 (Box Score - Recap)
Yale 70 Florida 90 [ESPNU] (Box Score - Recap)
Saint Joseph’s 69 Harvard 74 (Box Score - Recap)

Sunday, January 1
Princeton 76 Florida A&M 61 (Box Score - Recap)
Penn 55 Duke 85 [ESPNU] (Box Score - Recap)

Monday, January 2
American 70 Brown 61 (Box Score - Recap)
Fairleigh Dickinson 52 Columbia 67 (Box Score - Recap)

Tuesday, January 3
Bucknell 67 Dartmouth 59 (Box Score - Recap)
Harvard 54 Fordham 60 (Box Score - Recap)
Holy Cross 67 Yale 82 (Box Score - Recap)
Cornell 62 Maryland 70 [ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)

Wednesday, January 4
Columbia 66 Colgate 59 (Box Score - Recap)
Penn 78 Lafayette 73 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, January 7
*Dartmouth 47 Harvard 63 (Box Score - Recap)
Albright 60 Cornell 78 (Box Score - Recap)

Sunday, January 8
Columbia 65 Elon 60 (Box Score - Recap)
The College of New Jersey 68 Princeton 79 (Box Score - Recap)
St. Joseph’s (N.Y.) 86 Yale 101 (Box Score)

Tuesday, January 10
Harvard 70 Monmouth 61 (Box Score - Recap)
La Salle 68 Penn 57 (Box Score - Recap)

Wednesday, January 11
Longwood 79 Brown 77 (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, January 13
*Penn 66 Columbia 64 (Box Score - Recap)
*Princeton 59 Cornell 67 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, January 14
*Brown 64 Yale 68 (Box Score - Recap)
Longwood 67 Dartmouth 83 (Box Score - Recap)
George Washington 48 Harvard 69 (Box Score - Recap)
*Princeton 62 Columbia 58 (Box Score - Recap)
*Penn 52 Cornell 64 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, January 21
*Yale 73 Brown 60 (Box Score - Recap)
*Cornell 56 Columbia 61 (Box Score - Recap)
*Harvard 54 Dartmouth 38 (Box Score - Recap)
Saint Joseph’s 80 Penn 84 (Box Score - Recap)

Monday, January 23
Brown 67 Bryant 60 (
Box Score - Recap)

Friday, January 27

*Dartmouth 59 Brown 66 (
Box Score - Recap)
*Harvard 65 Yale 35 (
Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, January 28

*Harvard 68 Brown 59 (
Box Score - Recap)
*Columbia 60
Cornell 65 (Box Score - Recap)
*Dartmouth 52 Yale 62 (
Box Score - Recap)

Monday, January 30
*Princeton 67 Penn 82 (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, February 3
*Princeton 77 Brown 63 (Box Score - Recap)
*Columbia 64 Dartmouth 62 (Box Score - Recap)
*Cornell 60 Harvard 71 (Box Score - Recap)
*Penn 53 Yale 60 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, February 4
*Penn 65 Brown 48 (Box Score - Recap)
*Columbia 52 Harvard 57 (Box Score - Recap)
*Cornell 68 Dartmouth 59 (Box Score - Recap)
*Princeton 54 Yale 58 (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, February 10
*Brown 60 Columbia 86 (Box Score - Recap)
*Yale 84 Cornell 85 (OT) Box Score - Recap
*Harvard 56 Penn 50 (Box Score - Recap)
*Dartmouth 47 Princeton 59 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, February 11
*Brown 63 Cornell 72 (Box Score - Recap)
*Yale 59 Columbia 58 (Box Score - Recap)
*Dartmouth 55 Penn 58 (Box Score - Recap)
*Harvard 62 Princeton 70 [ESPNU] (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, February 17
*Brown 42 Harvard 69 (Box Score - Recap)
*Columbia 66 Princeton 77 [ESPNU] (Box Score - Recap)
*Cornell 66 Penn 73 (Box Score - Recap)
*Yale 70 Dartmouth 61 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, February 18
*Brown 53 Dartmouth 58 (Box Score - Recap)
*Columbia 59 Penn 61 OT (Box Score - Recap)
*Cornell 57 Princeton 75 (Box Score - Recap)
*Yale 51 Harvard 66 (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, February 24
*Cornell 69 Brown 63 (Box Score - Recap)
*Columbia 67 Yale 75 [YES] (Box Score - Recap)
*Penn 57 Dartmouth 54 (Box Score - Recap)
*Princeton 64 Harvard 67 (Box Score - Recap)

Saturday, February 25
*Columbia 78 Brown 94 (Box Score - Recap)
*Cornell 40 Yale 71 (Box Score - Recap)
*Princeton 85 Dartmouth 61 (Box Score - Recap)
*Penn 55 Harvard 54 [ESPN3] (Box Score - Recap)

Friday, March 2
*Brown at Penn, 7 pm
*Harvard at Columbia, 7 pm
*Dartmouth at Cornell, 7 pm
*Yale at Princeton, 7 pm

Saturday, March 3
*Dartmouth at Columbia, 7 pm
*Harvard at Cornell, 7 pm [ESPN3]
*Yale at Penn, 7 pm
*Brown at Princeton, 7:30 pm

Tuesday, March 6
*Penn at Princeton, 7:30 pm

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Gotta say, those Crimson preview columns are hilarious every week.