Ivy League

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The Ivy League is a part of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. It is made up of eight private research universities in the Northeastern United States. The term Ivy League is often used outside sports about the eight schools as a group of elite colleges meaning academic excellence and selectivity in admissions.[1]

Yale University playing baseball against Princeton University

This is a list of colleges and universities who play sports in the Ivy League:

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  1. Vedder, Richard. "Does Attending Elite Colleges Make You Happy? Lessons From The Admissions Scandal". Forbes. Retrieved 2023-12-10.