The Ivy League is an intercollegiate athletic conference consisting of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Penn, Dartmouth, Columbia and Brown. With an average of more than 35 varsity athletic teams at each school, the Ivy League offers more opportunities for intercollegiate competition than any other conference in the nation.
Many teams in the Ivy League excel on a national level in sports such as men's and women's lacrosse, fencing, squash, soccer and rowing. Individual athletes from Ivy schools have recently become All-Americans in wrestling, football, track & field and swimming.
All of these Ivy League schools are founded on a tradition of excellence in both athletics and academics. As a conference, the Ivy League has the highest graduation rates in the nation. Each year, many Ivy athletes earn prestigious fellowships including the Rhodes, Marshall and Fulbright Scholarships.
For more information about Ivy League sports, visit: www.ivyleaguesports.com.