Princeton just beat U-Penn, leaving Harvard alone atop the Ivy League standings at 12-2 (26-4 overall). Since the Ivy League doesn't have a conference tournament, Harvard gets their NCAA automatic bid, marking their first berth in the NCAA tournament since 1946 and Amaker's first since 2000 (Seton Hall). Harvard would have had a very strong case as an at-large with wins over Boston College and FSU, but now they're in regardless.
Congratulations to Amaker for doing at Harvard what he couldn't do at Michigan. He seems to have evolved and improved as a coach after leaving Ann Arbor.