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2017 Ivy League Men's Basketball Tournament

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2017 Ivy League Men's Basketball Tournament
ClassificationDivision I
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
ChampionsPrinceton (1st title)
Winning coachMitch Henderson (1st title)
2018 →
2016–17 Ivy League men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
Princeton 14 0   1.000     23 7   .767
Harvard 10 4   .714     18 10   .643
Yale 9 5   .643     18 11   .621
Penn 6 8   .429     13 15   .464
Columbia 5 9   .357     11 16   .407
Brown 4 10   .286     13 17   .433
Cornell 4 10   .286     8 21   .276
Dartmouth 4 10   .286     7 20   .259
2017 Ivy League Tournament winner

The 2017 Ivy League Men's Basketball Tournament was a postseason conference tournament for the Ivy League. The tournament was March 11 and 12, 2017 at the Palestra on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

The tournament marked the first postseason tournament held by the Ivy League in men's basketball. Princeton, the regular season champions and undefeated in conference play, beat Yale in the championship to win the tournament championship. As a result, Princeton received the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

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The Ivy League was the last NCAA Division I conference to hold a postseason tournament, instead choosing to award its automatic bids to the NCAA men's and women's tournaments to its regular-season champions; in the event that two teams finished tied atop the standings, Ivy League bylaws allowed for a one-game playoff to determine the championship, and in exceptionally rare cases, a three-team single-elimination tournament would be scheduled if three teams tied atop the standings (the Ivy League never had more than three regular season co-champions in one season). The Ivy League has historically resisted postseason play in all of its sports.

In March 2016, the League announced that it would institute men's and women's conference tournaments beginning with the 2016–17 season. Both tournaments would initially be held at the same site. The conference also reduced by one the number of regular-season games that its members are allowed to schedule.[1]


The top four teams in the Ivy League regular-season standings qualified for the tournament and were seeded according to their records in conference play, resulting in a Shaughnessy playoff.

Seed School Conf. Record
1 Princeton 14–0
2 Harvard 10–4
3 Yale 9–5
4 Penn 6–8


Session Game Time* Matchup Score Television Attendance
Semifinals – Saturday, March 11
1 1 1:30 pm No. 1 Princeton vs. No. 4 Penn 72–66OT ESPNU
2 4:00 pm No. 2 Harvard vs. No. 3 Yale 71–73
Championship – Sunday, March 12
2 3 12:00 pm No. 1 Princeton vs. No. 3 Yale 71–59 ESPN2

*Game times in Eastern Time. Rankings denote tournament seeding.


Saturday, March 11
Sunday, March 12
1 Princeton 72*
4 Pennsylvania 64
1 Princeton 71
3 Yale 59
2 Harvard 71
3 Yale 73

All-Tournament team


Myles Stephens, Princeton
Steven Cook, Princeton
Sam Downey, Yale
Bryce Aiken, Harvard
Ryan Betley, Penn

See also


  1. ^ "The Ivy League Adds Men's, Women's Basketball Tournaments Beginning in 2017" (Press release). Ivy League. March 10, 2016. Archived from the original on March 11, 2016. Retrieved September 11, 2016.
  2. ^ "Princeton Claims Inaugural Ivy League Tournament Championship". March 12, 2017. Retrieved March 15, 2017.
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