It's playing teams like New Hampshire on Monday night that not
only pads the Crimson's record (8-5, 2-0 Ivy), but also its statistics.
The 91-58 victory was so absurdly easy that "12th man" Kam Walton, a
freshman forward, played 11 minutes and 6'3 guard Bryan Parker picked up
six offensive rebounds in 16 minutes on the floor. Harvard captain Dan Clemente said the 33-point blowout of the Wildcats (3-10, 2-2 America East) surprised him only "a little bit."
Even though little can be learned from such a win, there were still a few notebook-worthy items:
Buzzer Beater Lifts M. HoopstersCHESTNUT HILL--Sophomore forward Dan Clemente got to play in last night's season opener for the men's basketball team, and that's
M. Hoops' Goal: RecoupThey hope that Princeton will bring out the Tiger in them. As the most difficult road trip of the season
M. Basketball Playing for ThirdWith two games left, Harvard men's basketball looks to put a positive spin on the season by defeating Yale and
M. Hoops Falls to Two Top Ivy TeamsIn its toughest weekend of action on the schedule this season, the Harvard men's basketball team traveled to New Jersey
BASKETBALL NOTEBOOKThe Harvard men's basketball team hit the road this past weekend to take on the elite of the Ivy League,
Seniors, Clemente Provide Fond FarewellThe Harvard men's basketball team saved its best basketball of the year for its final homestand against perennial Ivy League