Princeton’s win in its season finale against Penn capped off an undefeated season, and cemented the Tigers as outright Ivy champions. The Red battled for a 3-4 Ivy record, but instead fell to 2-5 in a heartbreaker at Columbia making Cornell’s final record only better than that of winless Brown.
With conference play just under a month away, Ancient Eight soccer was in full force this weekend with all sixteen Ivy League men’s and women’s soccer teams in action. With most teams having played only three or four matches, the Brown and Harvard men remain the only two teams yet to taste defeat.
Harvard 1, Maine 0
Harvard 2, Providence 1
Harvard came into the weekend ranked No. 13 in the nation and remained undefeated by beating Maine and Providence, 1-0, and 2-1, respectively. Harvard moved to 3-0 with strong play between the pipes from senior co-captain Adam Hahn and a pair of goals off the foot of junior Michael Fucito against Providence.