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Subject: Re: Women's Soccer


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ivy guy
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Date Posted: 12:25:18 11/09/21 Tue
In reply to: Grin and Bear it 's message, "Women's Soccer" on 12:01:08 11/09/21 Tue

Like any tournament, a lot depends on the draw.

Harvard would likely face the #2 seed in the second round. Browwn and Princetton would likley face the #4 seeds

Any team getting two wins--into the Sweet 16-- would be a great accomlishment this year.

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Date Posted: 21:13:20 11/09/21 Tue

I am not sure how much the seeds matter. Besides, I think the ivy teams can play with anyone. Keep this in mind, Harvard may have the best recruiting class in the country. Getting two of the top ten players in the country is an unheard of coup. So why shouldn't they expect to win? And Brown and Princeton were able to beat H, so there is plenty of room for optimism. Of course, the one factor lacking for the IL teams, with the exception of Brown, is that they have not been there recently. In other words, I think the experience of playing in the tournament is a big advantage. But let them play and we will see what happens.

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Date Posted: 21:48:05 11/09/21 Tue

Tiger women have been to the NCAAs 14 times including this season, this will be their fourth in Sean Driscoll’s six years there. In the 2015, 2017 and 2018 tourneys, they went 4-3, making it to the quarterfinals in 2017.

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