A year ago, Cornell men’s basketball was picked sixth in the Ivy League Media Preseason Poll and went on a run that saw the Big Red reach the conference tournament for the first time. Will history repeat itself?
The Big Red was again chosen to place sixth in the preseason poll, but this time returns four starters, including three-time All-Ivy selection Matt Morgan.
Harvard received 12 of the 18 first place votes and recorded 137 points to sit atop the rankings, followed by defending champion Penn (5 first-place votes, 122), Yale (one first-place vote, 115), Princeton (92) and Brown (64). Cornell (54) was sixth, with Columbia (43) and Dartmouth (21) rounding out the field.
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