2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
21-9, 3rd in Ivy
Princeton pulls away against Harvard, 68-47 - Via Ivy League (1:17)
Penn pulls away from Harvard, 64-46 - Via Ivy League (1:10)
Princeton holds off Harvard, 64-60 - Via Ivy League (1:36)
Harvard holds off Brown, 66-63 - Via Ivy League (1:02)
Yale upsets Harvard 57-52 - Via Ivy League (1:18)
Cornell grabs crucial win over Harvard - Via Ivy League (0:52)
Harvard edges Columbia, 58-55 - Via Ivy League (1:35)
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69dGraham Hays

Drake is new No. 1 in espnW mid-major poll

Several mid-major teams are close to wrapping up unbeaten conference seasons, including Missouri Valley leader Drake, which replaces Green Bay in the top spot of our mid-major rankings.

Harvard cruises past Yale - Via Ivy League (2:05)
Harvard bounces back versus Brown - Via Ivy League (1:41)
Princeton holds off Harvard in overtime - Via Ivy League (1:05)
Penn unseats Harvard, 63-43 - via Ivy League (0:47)
Courtesy of Colorado State Athletics
84dGraham Hays

Rams, Dukes break into espnW mid-major poll

For the first time this season, little changed at the top of Graham Hays' mid-major rankings. But while the top four stayed the same, Colorado State landed at No. 6 and James Madison at No. 9.

Harvard holds off Columbia for 16th-straight win (1:07)
Harvard improves to 15-1 with win over Cornell (1:14)
Late run lifts Harvard past Dartmouth, 70-61 (1:30)
Harvard downs Dartmouth in Ivy League opener (1:47)
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390dDan Olson

Sabrina Ionescu undeclared, unmatched

A night full of promise and big plays from the likes of Amber Ramirez and Lauren Cox ended with a record-setting performance by Sabrina Ionescu. Dan Olson's player-by-player recap.

Courtesy McDonald's
392dWalter Villa

HoopGurlz: The rarest All American

Big-time women's basketball prospects like Lauren Cox, Joyner Holmes and Crystal Dangerfield will play at the McDonald's All American Game. But Jeannie Boehm stands out even among those stars.

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411dJeff Goodman

Ivy becomes last to add conference tournament

The Ivy League will no longer be the only Division I conference without a conference tournament, as it announced that a four-team bracket to determine its NCAA tournament bid will start in 2017.

Mechelle & Michelle: Blast From The Past

Mechelle Voepel and Michelle Smith of espnW look back at the first and only time a No. 16 had beaten a No. 1 in the NCAA tournament.

'Did this happen?'

A 16-seed has never beaten a 1-seed... in the men's tournament. But it did happen once in the women's bracket. Take a look back at that historic 1998 upset.

769dMichelle Smith

First and last 16-seed to win

Two serious injuries, one possible over-seeding, one possible under-seeding and a long dog walk ... Harvard's historic upset of Stanford in the 1998 NCAA tournament's opening round, the first and only time a No. 16 seed has beaten a No. 1, had a little bit of everything.