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Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Scenarios

Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications                                                                      Release: 04/18/2013
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After last night's Penn/Princeton game, in which the Quakers won 10-9 in overtime, Penn has clinched the No. 1 seed and will host the Ivy League Tournament.

This weekend's game between Princeton and Dartmouth will decide No. 2 & 3 seeds. Regardless of outcome, these teams will meet again in the Ivy League semifinals on May 3.

Princeton could finish 6-1 and will be No. 2 seed with a win over Dartmouth
Princeton could finish 5-2 and be the No. 3 seed with a loss at Dartmouth

Dartmouth could finish 6-1 with a win over Princeton and Harvard and receive No. 2 seed
Dartmouth could finish 5-2 if it splits their games against Princeton and Harvard
Dartmouth could finish 4-3 if it lose to both Princeton and Harvard - get No. 3 seed based on head-to-head against Cornell and Brown

Cornell is in with a win over Yale (based on head-to-head with Brown, regardless of Brown's outcomes)

Now this is where it gets tricky.

If Cornell loses to Yale, Brown loses to Yale and beats Penn, Harvard sweeps - Yale is in based on head-to-head amongst the 4 teams with 3-4 records

If Cornell loses to Yale and Brown sweeps - Brown is in

If Cornell loses, Brown beats Yale and loses to Penn, Harvard sweeps - Cornell is in based on head-to-head amongst the 3 teams with 3-4 teams

If Cornell losses, Harvard sweeps and Yale sweeps - Harvard would be in based on its win over the highest seed outside the tied

Brown could finish 3-4 with a split with Penn and Yale
Brown could finish 2-5 with losses to to Penn and Yale

Yale could finish 3-4 with wins over Cornell and and Brown
Yale could finish 2-5 with a split against Cornell and Brown
Yale could finish 1-5 with losses to Cornell and Brown

Harvard could finish 3-4 with wins over Columbia and Dartmouth
Harvard could finish 2-5 with a split against Columbia and Dartmouth
Harvard could finish 1-5 with losses to Columbia and Dartmouth

Columbia has been mathematically eliminated


Final games to be played

Penn at Brown, Sat. 4/20
Princeton at Dartmouth, Sat. 4/20
Columbia at Harvard, Sat. 4/20
Cornell at Yale, Sat. 4/20
Harvard at Dartmouth, Wed., 4/26
Yale at Brown, Thur. 4/27
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