Let's hear it for the Ivy League. Harvard's victory over New Mexico on Thursday gave the Crimson their first NCAA tournament win and added another chapter to the conference's Cinderella history.
Enjoy it while it lasts because if history is any indication, it will be a short stay for the Crimson. For now, we'll celebrate the moment with the top tourney highlights for each Ivy League school.
Brown Well ... sorry, there isn't much tournament history to be proud of in Rhode Island. Brown has made the tournament twice, the last time in 1986, and is 0-2. Only one player, Jim Turner against Syracuse in '86, has reached double figures in tourney play for the Bears ... in a 101-52 loss.
Columbia You have to jump back to 1968 to find Columbia's best moment. Heyward Dotson scored 32 points as Columbia clocked La Sale 83-69 in a second-round game. The Lions went on to beat Bob Lanier-led St. Bonaventure, 95-75, in a third-place game. In all, the Lions have made three tournament appearances....