- Cornell alumnus, Jeff Jackson ('84) resigned as head coach of Furman.
- Back in 2008, Bill Courtney, then an assistant coach at Virginia, was a head coaching finalist candidate for Bucknell. With current Bucknell coach, Dave Paulsen, a candidate at Northwestern, Siena and others, Courtney could find himself in the mix at Bucknell again where he is a 1992 alumnus.
- After Harvard's win over New Mexico in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, the Associated Press wrote, "The Ivy League advanced for the first time since a very good Cornell team made the regional semifinals in 2010. The Mountain West Conference, judged one of the top two leagues in college basketball all season, fell to 1-3 so far this week."
- Real GM opines, "Harvard didn’t have to execute some unorthodox strategy. This wasn’t Cornell executing yet another version of Carill’s back-cutting offense in their NCAA win. This wasn’t some completely perimeter focused-team."
- The Ivy League Office writes, "Harvard's win marked the first NCAA Tournament win for an Ivy League school since Cornell's Sweet 16 run in 2010. As a No. 12 seed in East Region, 12th-seeded Cornell beat fifth-seeded Temple (78-65) in the first round and fourth-seeded Wisconsin (87-69) in the second round in Jacksonville, Fla. The Big Red then lost to No. 1 seed Kentucky (62-45) in East Regional semifinals in Syracuse, N.Y."
- Philly.com writes of Fran Dunphy's 1-5 NCAA Tournament record at Temple that it, "includes two losses as a No. 5 seed in their tournament opener; in 2010 to Cornell, and, last year, to South Florida."
- CBS writes, "the Ivy League moves on for the first time since Cornell made the regional semifinals in 2010. This year's standard-bearer is Harvard -- that school we've all heard of, but not usually this time of year." See also ESPN.
- The San Francisco Chronicle/Bloomberg writes, "With the win by the Crimson, Ivy League schools improved to 41-76 in NCAA tournament history. The Ivy League is now 3-13 since 2000, with the two previous wins coming from Cornell University in 2010, when the Big Red upset Temple and Wisconsin to reach the final 16."
- USA Today writes, "Amaker and Harvard, meanwhile, are starting to study Arizona after becoming just the second Ivy League school to win an NCAA tournament game since 2000. Cornell advanced to the Sweet 16 in 2010."
- Fox Sports reviews the Ivy League teams in the NCAA Tournament and writes:
The most successful Ivy team in recent memory was the 2010 Cornell squad. Those Big Red managed to break the win column for the first time in their history by defeating Temple and Wisconsin to reach the Sweet 16 before losing to Kentucky in a regional semifinal.
- And... RDS writes, "Harvard signe la première victoire de l'histoire de l'université dans le tournoi de la NCAA. Les champions de la Ivy League avancent pour la première fois depuis que Cornell s’est rendu en finale régionale en 2010."
- The Valley News remembers some of the great Dartmouth teams and former Cornell player and All American, Robert Gale.