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[> [> Subject: Re: So just how good is Ivy Football really
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Date Posted: 20:21:10 12/20/21 Mon
you think those teams are good, what about fencing, squash, sailing, skiing, rugby, water polo and archery!
The true test of whether or not teams are good from a national perspective is whether they can compete against a field of 64 (68) drawn from 200+ competing D1 institutions.
To this end, Columbia Men's Tennis is one of the bigger success stories in the Ivies. 264 D1 schools compete. Columbia routinely advances to the round of 16.
For comparison, the D1 level at the following sports:
Men's Ice Hockey: 59
Men's Lacrosse: 70
Men's Track & Field: 250+
Men's Swimming & Diving: 143
Women's Ice Hockey: 36
Women's Lacrosse: 117
Women's Field Hockey: 79
Women's Tennis: 264
Women's Track & Field: 338
Women's Swimming & Diving: 200
Women's Basketball: 351
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