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LakeTrout

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I thought the pitchers struggled in the ULL game, but it's early and ULL has quite a few games played so it's to be expected. I thought they hung in there and represented the League well. What a long game.
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A lot of pitchers struggle against the Cajuns. Got to watch some of the video stream of the Cajun v Dartmouth game. Any Ivy pitcher who can hold the Cajuns to one for three innings in her first outing of the year has my respect. Any Ivy that can make the Cajuns play 7 has my respect.
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http://ivyleague.com/sports/sball/2016-17/releases/Ivies_Open_Softball_Campaign

Just in case anyone missed it.
Hookedonsball

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Does anyone have any updates on this Ivy weekend? I saw that Dartmouth went 0-4-1 in UL with some pretty promising play. Even though the record didn't show it. Looking at the stats Dartmouth was out hitting the Ragin Cajuns for most of the game. Two freshmen hit homers as well as two seniors with a bunch of doubles for the weekend.
Any other team information?
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Yeah Dartmouth has a team. Just have to wait and see how the pitching shakes out.
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Brown looked like a team figuring itself out during it's first weekend.   No wins, but clearly still getting their bearings.  A young defense struggled, they have a week off to lick their wounds and dust themselves off before a tough tournament in Boca Raton.
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Brown, Columbia and Harvard played at the EMU tournament in Madeira Beach.

Tourney records:

Brown 0-5
Columbia 1-3
Harvard 3-2

Results vs. common opponents:

SUNY Albany vs.  Harvard (Harvard Wins, 8-4); Brown (Brown Loses, 4-13); Columbia (L, 4-5)
EMU vs. Brown (L, 0-4); Columbia (W, 5-1)
Loyola Ill vs. Harvard (L, 1-3); Brown (L, 2-5)
Army vs. Brown (L, 2-3); Columbia (L, 0-8 (5))

Hookedonsball

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Any interesting match ups this weekend in the Ivy League?
Ivy_Dad_2019

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Looks like Harvard is playing the best ball right now in the conference.  Others have mixed results.  Looking forward to league play in several weeks.
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Can't argue with you.
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It looks like the early season weeks have taken a toll on the Ivy League teams. Dartmouth being the hardest hit. Hopefully these hard schedules will pay off for each team as they prepare for a run at the Ivy League Championship and a strong opponent in a Regional. It seems that all the teams held their own in some of this early matchups.
Hookedonsball

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I see that Dartmouth had a pretty good game against UCLA. Even though they lost sounds like they played well. 4-2 wasn't bad against a top twenty team. Sounds like Dartmouth had numerous scoring opportunities and started stringing hits and base runners together.
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Looking at the league,, I still think the power in the league is in the North. Throw out Dartnouth's record, they still are a quality team.

Harvard is putting up some nice early wins, and I would think they should be considered the heavy favorites.

Penn/ Princeton will battle in the South.

Looking forward to the weekend when conference play begins !!!
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