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Ivy Media Poll results.

This year's Ivy League Media Poll has been released. We've updated our media poll information starting with the 85-86 season.

2012-2013 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [134 points, 16 first-place votes]
2. Harvard [109 points, 1 first-place vote]
2. Columbia [90 points]
4. Cornell [80]
5. Penn [74]
6. Yale [55]
7. Brown [50]
8. Dartmouth [20]

2011-2012 Media Poll:

1. Harvard [136 points, 16 first-place votes]
2. Yale [103 points, 1 first-place vote]
2. Princeton [103 points]
4. Penn [90]
5. Brown [62]
6. Cornell [52]
7. Columbia [50]
8. Dartmouth [17]

2010-2011 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [128 points, 12 first-place votes]
2. Harvard [120 points, 4 first-place votes]
3. Cornell [96 points, 1 first-place vote]
4. Penn [89]
5. Yale [57]
6. Brown [55]
7. Columbia [48]
8. Dartmouth [19]

2009-2010 Media Poll:

1. Cornell [128 points, 16 first-place votes]
2. Princeton [96]
3. Penn [92]
4. Harvard [86]
5. Yale [59]
6. Columbia [55]
7. Brown [41]
8. Dartmouth [19]

2008-2009 Media Poll:

1. Cornell [128 points, 16 first-place votes]
2. Penn [110]
3. Yale [80]
4. Harvard [77]
5. Brown [75]
6. Columbia [45]
7. Dartmouth [33]
8. Princeton [28]

2007-2008 Media Poll:

1. Cornell [119 points, 10 first-place votes]
2. Yale [104, 3 first-place votes]
3. Penn [97, 1 first-place vote]
4. Columbia [80, 1 first-place vote]
5. Brown [70, 1 first-place vote]
6. Harvard [43]
7. Princeton [40]
8. Dartmouth [23]

2006-2007 Media Poll:

1. Penn [127 points, 15 first-place votes]
2. Princeton [105, 1 first-place vote]
3. Cornell [85]
4. Yale [77]
5. Columbia [65]
6. Brown [50]
7. Harvard [36]
8. Dartmouth [31]

2005-2006 Media Poll:

1. Penn [128 points, 16 first-place votes]
2. Harvard [96]
3. Princeton [83]
4. Cornell [70]
5. Yale [67]
6. Brown [57]
7. Dartmouth [41]
8. Columbia [34]

2004-2005 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [125 points, 14 first-place votes]
2. Penn [111, 1 first-place vote]
3. Yale [85]
4. Brown [83, 1 first-place vote]
5. Columbia [62]
6. Cornell [54]
7. Harvard [37]
8. Dartmouth [19]

2003-2004 Media Poll:

1. Penn [114 points, 8 first-place votes]
2. Princeton [107, 5 first-place votes]
2. Yale [107, 5 first-place votes]
4. Brown [74]
5. Cornell [73]
6. Harvard [42]
7. Dartmouth [35]
8. Columbia [25]

2002-2003 Media Poll:

1. Penn [123 points, 11 first-place votes]
2. Yale [116, 5 first-place votes]
3. Princeton [90]
4. Brown [85]
5. Harvard [64]
6. Cornell [37]
7. Columbia [33]
8. Dartmouth [28]

2001-2002 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [115 points, 7 first-place votes]
2. Brown [107, 4 first-place votes]
3. Penn [106, 5 first-place votes]
4. Columbia [78]
5. Yale [64]
6. Harvard [50]
7. Cornell [35]
8. Dartmouth [22]

2000-2001 Media Poll:

1. Penn [128 points, 16 first-place votes]
2. Princeton [98]
3. Harvard [80]
4. Columbia [77]
5. Dartmouth [68]
6. Cornell [48]
7. Brown [46]
8. Yale [31]

1999-2000 Media Poll:

1. Penn [128 points, 16 first-place votes]
2. Princeton [105]
3. Dartmouth [93]
4. Cornell [89]
5. Harvard [52]
6. Brown [41]
7. Yale [40]
8. Columbia [28]

1998-1999 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [121 points, 9 first-place votes]
2. Pennsylvania [119 points, 7 first-place votes]
3. Harvard [78]
4. Columbia [69]
5. Cornell [67]
6. Yale [61]
7. Dartmouth [36]
8. Brown [25]

1997-1998 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [126 points, 14 first-place votes]
2. Pennsylvania [114, 2 first-place votes]
3. Harvard [87]
4. Brown [65]
5. Dartmouth [61]
Yale [61]
7. Cornell [46]
8. Columbia [23]

1996-1997 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [125 points, 13 first-place votes]
2. Dartmouth [103, 2 first-place votes]
3. Penn [97, 1 first-place vote]
4. Harvard [89]
5. Columbia [43]
Cornell [43]
7. Brown [38]
Yale [38]

1995-1996 Media Poll:

1. Penn [115 points, 7 first-place votes]
2. Dartmouth [105, 3 first-place votes]
3. Princeton [104, 5 first-place vote]
4. Brown [86, 1 first-place vote]
5. Yale [55]
6. Cornell [49]
7. Harvard [35]
8. Columbia [27]

1994-1995 Media Poll:
1. Penn [16 first-place votes]
2. Princeton
3. Brown
4. Dartmouth
5. Harvard
6. Yale
7. Cornell
8. Columbia

1993-1994 Media Poll:
1. Penn [16 first-place votes]
2. Princeton
3. Brown
4. Cornell
5. Dartmouth
6. Yale
7. Harvard
8. Penn

1992-1993 Media Poll:

1. Penn [9 first-place votes]
2. Princeton [6 first-place votes]
3. Columbia [1 first-place vote]
4. Dartmouth
5. Cornell
6. Harvard
7. Yale
8. Brown

1991-1992 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [16 first-place votes]
2. Columbia
3. Harvard
4. Penn
5. Yale
6. Cornell
7. Brown
8. Dartmouth

1990-1991 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [13 first-place votes]
2. Yale
3. Harvard
4. Brown
5. Cornell
6. Dartmouth
7. Penn
8. Columbia

1989-1990 Media Poll:

1. Princeton [5 first-place votes]
2. Dartmouth [2 first-place votes]
3. Cornell
4. Harvard [1 first-place vote]
5. Penn
6. Yale
7. Columbia
8. Brown

1988-1989 Media Poll:

1. Dartmouth [4 first-place votes]
2. Harvard [2 first-place votes]
3. Princeton [1 first-place vote]
4. Penn [1 first-place vote]
5. Cornell
6. Columbia
7. Yale
8. Brown

1987-1988 Media Poll:

1. Dartmouth [3 first-place votes]
2. Cornell [3 first-place votes]
3. Princeton [1 first-place vote]
4. Yale [1 first-place vote]
5. Penn
6. Harvard
7. Columbia
8. Brown

1986-1987 Media Poll:

1. Penn [6 first-place votes]
2. Princeton [1 first-place vote]
3. Yale [1 first-place vote]
4. Cornell
Dartmouth
6. Columbia
7. Brown
8. Harvard

1985-1986 Media Poll:

1. Penn [7 first-place votes]
2. Yale [1 first-place vote]
3. Columbia
4. Cornell
5. Princeton
6. Harvard
7. Dartmouth
8. Brown

Stuart Schulman said,

October 27, 2010 @ 10:19 am

It would be interesting to frame these preseason polls against the actual year-end league standings. How good have the writers been about picking winners historically?

Jon Solomon said,

October 27, 2010 @ 10:24 am

Well, they were certainly wrong the last time they picked Princeton to win the league!

I'll do my best to compare predicted champs vs. actual champs shortly.

Coco said,

October 27, 2010 @ 11:52 am

The only poll that really matters is the one at the End of the Season. Pundits have never won a title.

James Moore said,

October 27, 2010 @ 1:48 pm

Agreed that only the end of the season Ivy League standings matter. Still, it's impressive how quickly Coach Johnson has improved the Tigers' standing, at least in the eyes of the media covering the Ivy League.

R.W. Enoch, Jr. said,

October 27, 2010 @ 3:00 pm

How come there are 17 voters this year?

Jon Solomon said,

October 27, 2010 @ 3:40 pm

Perhaps someone didn't get their ballot in on time?

While I voted in the previous two media polls, I was not invited to participate this time out, which is a bit of a bummer.

I know Princeton's radio announcer John Sadak voted for the first time this season and SI's Andy Glockner was invited to take part. Add Jon T. from philly.com and Brian from Ithaca Journal and you've ID'd four of the 17 voters.

If I had voted, I would have gone with Princeton, Harvard, Cornell, Penn, Brown, Columbia, Yale and Dartmouth.

Jon

R.W. Enoch, Jr. said,

October 27, 2010 @ 3:46 pm

Even if someone forgot their ballot, that still means more than 16 voted when there have been 16 voters for, like, ever. I always thought that had something to do with there being 8 schools. Any idea why the change this year?

Sorry to hear about your exclusion. There's always next year!

Jon Solomon said,

October 27, 2010 @ 8:17 pm

There were 18 voters in 03-04.

My guess is that they tried to do two voters that cover each school but it wasn't possible to find two for each school so a few national names were added and somehow that equalled 17 different people.

Jon Solomon said,

October 27, 2010 @ 10:59 pm

Stuart,

I just compared top three actual finishers versus the top three predicted finishers.

No top three in a media poll since 85-86 has been accurate, though I don't have three polls (the league office could not find them as of last year).

Last year was the first top two the pundits got right since 99-00!

Last five winners correctly predicted, though!

Jon

Jon Solomon said,

October 29, 2010 @ 11:01 am

Just got the three polls I was missing. Guess what? Still no top three finishes accurately predicted by the media. That's 25 years of almost!

Jon Solomon said,

September 28, 2011 @ 11:27 am

So I don't forget to mention when the 11-12 poll comes out, the top three Ivy finishers were incorrectly predicted by the media AGAIN last season.

0-26!

Paul Witteman said,

October 25, 2012 @ 5:23 pm

In my scientific analysis of 16 secret factors, all of which were double checked by my Jack Russell Terrier Tucker, my poll results are somewhat different. I have Cornell third and Columbia fourth. Penn leads the second division, followed by Dartmouth (that's right), Yale and Brown. For those of you who assume Harvard is opening with a D III patsy, MIT is the pre-season number one team in the division and not the Little Sisters of the Slide Rule.

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