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  • Ivies Honored by Women's Basketball Coaches Association
    July 15, 2008
    Ivies Honored by Women's Basketball Coaches Association The Women's Basketball Coaches Association announced its winners for the 2007-08 Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll. The honor awards teams throughout the nation that carry the highest grade point averages for the entire season based on member nominations. Two Ivy League schools were named.
  • Helping the Cause
    June 29, 2008
    Helping the Cause Recent Princeton grad Katy Digovich is fresh out of college. But the former Tiger hoopster is already out there changing the world of HIV/AIDS awareness in Africa.
  • All-Ivy Women's Basketball - 2007-08
    March 24, 2008
    All-Ivy Women's Basketball - 2007-08 Cornell junior forward Jeomi Maduka follows fellow Ithacan Louis Dale as the Ivy League Player of the Year for 2008 after helping guide the Big Red to the school's first Ivy title. Dartmouth's Brittney Smith earned Rookie of the Year.
  • The Big Red News
    March 23, 2008
    The Big Red News The Cornell Big Red -- both the men and women -- are getting a lot of attention in basketball circles these days as they prepare for the NCAA Tournament games. Click below for a look at the coverage.
  • The Big Red News
    March 23, 2008
    The Big Red News The Cornell Big Red -- both the men and women -- are getting a lot of attention in basketball circles these days as they prepare for the NCAA Tournament games. Click below for a look at the coverage.
  • Dividing and Conquering
    March 22, 2008
    Dividing and Conquering When Cornell recruited Jeomi Maduka, it was primarily for her ability to jump horizontally, not vertically. Track, not basketball, seemed to be her best sport. But tomorrow she leads her Big Red hoops squad against UConn.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 16 - 3/10
    March 10, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 16 - 3/10 Columbia's Michele Gage completed her senior year in the Ivy League with one of the finest resume-building weekends of her career, posting 44 points, 19 rebounds, three assists and two steals.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 15 - 3/3
    March 03, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 15 - 3/3 Yale's Melissa Colborne is having a pretty nice little recent streak. She is averaging 21.0 points over the last four games. The ride continued as she poured in back-to-back 20-point games against Penn and Princeton. She also pulled down 10 rebounds over the weekend.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 14 - 2/25
    February 25, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 14 - 2/25 Harvard's Katie Rollins (43 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals) and Yale's Melissa Colborne (42 points, 8 rebounds, 10 assists, 3 blocks) had nearly identical statistics for the weekend games. This provided a perfect opportunity to select Co-Players of the Week.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 13 - 2/18
    February 18, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 13 - 2/18 Cornell had one of the greatest weekends in the history of the women's basketball program as the Big Red seized control of the League standings. Jeomi Maduka was a major factor in the success, scoring 31 points and grabbing 21 rebounds.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 12 - 2/11
    February 11, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 12 - 2/11 Columbia senior Michele Gage had a huge weekend - having back-to-back games of scoring 20 or more points, to lift the Lions over Penn and Princeton. It was the first Ivy League road sweep in the program's history.
  • Three Ivies Named to Academic All-District Teams
    February 11, 2008
    Three Ivies Named to Academic All-District Teams A total of three Ivy League men's and women's basketball players have been named to the 2007-08 ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 11 - 2/4
    February 04, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 11 - 2/4 Harvard guard Emily Tay lifted the Crimson to two big Ivy wins over Penn and Princeton this weekend. The junior pumped in 36 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and dished out 10 assists in the two games and propelled the Crimson into a four-way tie for the top spot.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 10 - 1/28
    January 28, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 10 - 1/28 Columbia sophomore Chelsea Frazier averaged 19.0 points and 6.5 rebounds over two games as the Lions went 1-1 for the week, including a 76-59 win over Cornell to avenge a loss during the first week of Ivy play. Against the Big Red, Frazier finished with a career high 22 points and seven rebounds.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 9 - 1/21
    January 21, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 9 - 1/21 Cornell's Jeomi Maduka averaged 14.5 points, eight rebounds, 3.5 steals and 2.5 assists to lead the Big Red to a 2-0 week, including a vital League win over Columbia. The talented two-sport athlete also excels on the Indoor track circuit.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 8 - 1/14
    January 14, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 8 - 1/14 Princeton's Addie Micir used her first-ever Ivy League contest to pump in a career-best 22 points. Her exploits put her in rare company for the week and created a unique occurrence in the Ivy League. Micir is the first freshman since Jan. 12, 2004 to sweep both the Player and Rookie of the Week awards.
  • Former Bulldogs Buy WNBA's Seattle Storm
    January 10, 2008
    Former Bulldogs Buy WNBA's Seattle Storm Former Yale women's basketball/softball star Lisa Brummel ('81) and former women's crew member Ginny Gilder ('79) are among a group of four who have secured an exclusive option to buy the WNBA's Seattle Storm. The members of Force 10 Hoops, L.L.C. purchased the Storm for $10 million dollars.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 7 - 1/7
    January 07, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 7 - 1/7 Yale's Melissa Colborne was back to her usual scoring self in games against Lehigh and Holy Cross over this past week. She scored 31 points, pulled down 14 rebounds, stuffed three shots and pilfered three steals.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 6 - 1/2
    January 02, 2008
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 6 - 1/2 Dartmouth's Koren Schram used breakout offensive and defensive performances to propel the Big Green over the holiday season. The junior's inspired all-around play has been rewarded with Player of the Week honors.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 5 - 12/17
    December 17, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 5 - 12/17 Senior Lindsay Hallion used 32 points and 14 rebounds in two games to propel Harvard to a 1-1 week. Her contributions also enabled the Crimson to defeat city rival Boston University for the first time in four years.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 4 - 12/10
    December 10, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 4 - 12/10 Yale's Melissa Colborne finished two rebounds shy of her first career double-double as the Bulldogs picked up their first win of the season over Stony Brook. She tied a career-high with 27 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the 81-64 victory.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 3 - 12/3
    December 03, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 3 - 12/3 Cornell forward Jeomi Maduka helped the Big Red to a second place finish at the Cornell Classic by contributing 35 points, 18 rebounds, four steals, four assists and two blocked shots. For her efforts, she has been crowned Player of the Week.
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 2 - 11/26
    November 26, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 2 - 11/26 Both Harvard's Lindsay Hallion and Princeton's Meagan Cowher turned in performances filled with eye-popping stats. Hallion's 39 points to win the Dead River Company Classic championship and Cowher's 50 points in a 1-1 week were just too good to select one Player of the Week.
  • Full-Court Press
    November 22, 2007
    Full-Court Press In her decade-plus as a professional sports journalist, Cornell grad Liz Robbins has covered it all, with media passes to prove it. Where will she go from here?
  • Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 1 - 11/21
    November 21, 2007
    Ivy Weekly Women's Basketball Awards 1 - 11/21 Cornell senior forward Moina Snyder started the season red-hot, not missing a shot - 8-of-8 from the floor, 6-of-6 from the foul line - through the Big Red's first two games of the season. Such perfection garners Player of the Week for Snyder.
  • Ivy Hoops Tips Off Today
    November 09, 2007
    Ivy Hoops Tips Off Today College basketball is here again and all 16 men's and women's Ivy squads are slated for action this weekend. The Princeton women are at No. 4 Maryland while John Baumann & Columbia host Fordham tonight on YES.
  • Official 2007-08 Ivy Hoops Guide Released
    November 09, 2007
    Official 2007-08 Ivy Hoops Guide Released In less than 45 minutes Brown will officially kick off the new Ivy hoops season when they tip-off at Eastern Michigan. We're releasing the official 2007-08 Men's & Women's Guide just in time for all the action.
  • Official 2007-08 Ivy Hoops Guide Released
    November 09, 2007
    Official 2007-08 Ivy Hoops Guide Released In less than 45 minutes Brown will officially kick off the new Ivy hoops season when they tip-off at Eastern Michigan. We're releasing the official 2007-08 Men's & Women's Guide just in time for all the action.
  • Scribes Favor Crimson
    November 08, 2007
    Scribes Favor Crimson The Harvard women's basketball team shook off a slow start last year to storm through the Ivy season as champions. With its top four scorers back, the media is expecting a repeat.
  • Delaney-Smith and Team USA Win Gold at Pan Am Games
    July 30, 2007
    Delaney-Smith and Team USA Win Gold at Pan Am Games The United States women's basketball team won the gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Games Tuesday night Brazil. Harvard head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith served as an assistant coach for the Americans, who went 5-0 during the tournament.