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Username Post: Seeding tiebreaker        (Topic#27947)
Bruno 
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03-08-24 09:37 AM - Post#364752    

So if all three of Princeton Cornell and Yale win this weekend, am I right in thinking that the tiebreaker would kick Cornell out (because all three are 1-1 head to head but only Yale and Princeton would have beaten Brown twice as the next highest seed?)

So what happens then? Both Princeton and Yale will have swept the rest of the league. Coin flip?
LET'S go BRU-no (duh. nuh. nuh-nuh-nuh)


 
LocalTiger 
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03-08-24 10:16 AM - Post#364758    
    In response to Bruno

In that scenario (all win Saturday), Cornell
is not part of the tie-breaker. It has
3 losses while Yale and Princeton have 2.
The tie-breaker would be based on
national ranking services. Princeton
is likely the number 1 seed if all win.


 
Bruno 
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03-08-24 10:46 AM - Post#364759    
    In response to LocalTiger

O I missed that Cornell had three losses. Thanks.

So what if Yale and Princeton LOSE and Cornell wins? In that case, same answer - it goes to the ratings?
LET'S go BRU-no (duh. nuh. nuh-nuh-nuh)


 
iogyhufi 
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03-08-24 10:57 AM - Post#364760    
    In response to Bruno

In that case, it goes to record vs the top team not involved in the tie (in this case, Brown). So Princeton would get the 1 seed. Yale and Cornell would have identical win-loss marks against all 6 other teams in the league, so then they'd have to go to rankings, which Yale would probably win.

 
PennFan10 
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03-08-24 06:53 PM - Post#364770    
    In response to iogyhufi

What happens after Princeton loses to Penn and Yale and Cornell both win? Is Princeton the 4 seed or do they get replaced in the ILT by Harvard?

 
TigerFan 
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03-08-24 07:47 PM - Post#364771    
    In response to PennFan10

  • PennFan10 Said:
What happens after Princeton loses to Penn and Yale and Cornell both win? Is Princeton the 4 seed or do they get replaced in the ILT by Harvard?



St. John's is declared Ivy champ because ... Jordan Dingle.

 
sparman 
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03-09-24 03:16 PM - Post#364799    
    In response to TigerFan

With Brown's OT win over Yale today, this game no longer affects anything. PU either wins the League title outright or has a co-championship, and either way will be #1 seed in ILT.

Brown showed (again) it will be a challenge in the ILT.

 
Bruno 
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Seeding tiebreaker
03-09-24 03:39 PM - Post#364811    
    In response to sparman

Ok so Brown’s playing Princeton. The only team we haven’t beaten this season. Cool cool cool.
LET'S go BRU-no (duh. nuh. nuh-nuh-nuh)


 
gokinsmen 
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Seeding tiebreaker
03-09-24 03:54 PM - Post#364815    
    In response to Bruno

Truly an amazing turnaround - hats off to the Bears. I was very high on Brown before the season began and was shocked to see them struggle so much. I was admittedly rankled by the end of the last game in Jadwin (Lilly shooting a 3 after our guys took an intentional shotclock TO), but I gotta respect the resilience of this Brown team. It seems like the sudden influx of 3pt shooting (Ferrari, Lesburt, Owusu-Anane) has transformed their offense.

I'm officially scared of the Bears. It's gonna be one heckuva ILT.

 
james 
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03-09-24 04:39 PM - Post#364822    
    In response to gokinsmen

you know what they say about sleepy nooners.

dont forget to rebound.

brown has recruited pretty well for some time on the grassroots m. it is now showing up but the talent was there and so perplexing until...



 
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