The Ancient Eight have been whittled down to four, and the Ivy League will hold their fourth-ever postseason conference tournament on campus at Lavietes Pavilion on the campus of Harvard University.
Even though the Crimson aren’t participating, there should be some tremendous atmosphere for all three games of the smallest postseason tournament in Division I.
2022 Ivy League Tournament Bracket: Date, time, TV, live stream
No. 1 Princeton 77, No. 4 Cornell 74
No. 2 Yale 67, No. 3 Penn 61
March 13 Final
Game 3: No. 2 Yale vs. No. 1 Princeton, 12:00 p.m. ET, ESPN2
Who are the favorites?
Princeton is the favorite by both seeding and KenPom, as the Tigers have a top 50 offense in the country in adjusted efficiency. England’s Tosan Evbuomwan is the likely player of the year in the league and is also a gifted passer for a post player.
Penn really turned it on the second half of the season, winning six of eight to reach the tournament before falling to Princeton on the final day.