The only conference tournament that hasn't begun is in the Ivy League, which features a Friday-Sunday format. Harvard is the host. Cornell and Penn will meet in a semifinal at 5 p.m. Friday; the winner is likely to be a top-eight seed in the NCAA tournament. In the 8 p.m. semifinal, Harvard faces Yale in a game that will end the season for the loser. "[Harvard coach] Chris Wojcik and [Yale coach] Andy Shay (pictured) both agree that the key is how Yale's defense handles Devin Dwyer," said ESPN announcer Eamon McAnaney, referring to the Crimson attackman. Despite missing the first four games because of injury, Dwyer has 30 assists this season. He had six helpers in Harvard's 11-10 win over Yale on April 26. "If he gets you hung up, you are basically awaiting your own execution because he is so good and finding the open man in the right spot," Shay said. "If they can get it to him consistently, it will be interesting for us." McAnaney, a former defenseman at Notre Dame, has an eye on two critical matchups: "I'd pay to watch Conrad Oberbeck take on Harvard defender Robert Duvnjak and Stephen Jahelka cover Yale's Brandon Mangan."