Monday, January 9, 2012

Harvard Drops from AP Top 25, Stays Ranked in USA Today/Coaches Poll

After a 60-54 loss to Fordham on Tuesday, January 3rd, Harvard has dropped out of the Associated Press Top 25 Poll for Week 10. The Crimson, who were ranked 22nd in Week 9's AP picks, received only 16 votes in the most recent tally, behind Wisconsin, Alabama, Vanderbilt, West Virginia, New Mexico, and Saint Mary's among others receiving votes.

In the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll, however, Harvard remains ranked--barely--in the Top 25, holding on to the 25th spot with 58 votes to Wisconsin's 43. Harvard's RPI, according to's calculations, has dropped to 46th, although it remains the only Ivy League school with a top 68 RPI. ESPN's Joe Lunardi, in his weekly bracketology, currently has Harvard as a 9 seed playing Illinois in the first round in the East.

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