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Junior forward Zena Edosomwan paced the Crimson with 20 points and nine rebounds in a loss to Boston College on Sunday.
In a sloppy performance at Conte Forum, the Harvard men’s basketball team (1-3) lost its third consecutive contest Sunday afternoon, 69-56, to crosstown rival Boston College (3-0).
Junior point guard Matt Fraschilla, shown dribbling against Tommy McCarthy in practice, is out for the remainder of the season.
Backup Harvard point guard Matt Fraschilla is out for the year with a torn ACL, the junior announced Tuesday on Instagram.
After a loss to in-state opponent Boston College, the Harvard men’s basketball team dropped its third consecutive game on Sunday afternoon, 69-56. The loss comes just days after falling to UMass on Tuesday.
Freshman guard Tommy McCarthy struggled to find his shot against UMass, shooting 0-for-10 from the floor.
Despite playing a Massachusetts (2-0) team with a short bench and several players in foul trouble, Harvard (1-2) had its late rally come up short in a 69-63 home loss. Junior forward Zena Edosomwan led the way for the Crimson a career-high 18 points and 15 rebounds, but it proved not to be enough as Minutemen guards Jabarie Hinds and Trey Davis combined for 37 points.
The Harvard men’s basketball team (1-1) split its two opening contests—beating crosstown rival MIT by 20 and losing to Providence on the road by 12. The Crimson return home to take on the UMass Minutemen (1-0) tonight at 7:00. Beat writer David Freed details three things to watch below.
Tommy McCarthy (left), Zena Edosomwan (right), and the Crimson will look for their second win of the year tonight against UMass.
Men’s basketball fell to UMass 69-63 in Lavietes Pavilion on Tuesday evening, despite 18 points and 15 rebounds from junior Zena Edosomwan. After losing senior Siyani Chambers to a season-ending ACL tear, Harvard has lost two of its first three contests.
Captain Evan Cummings put up seven points and seven rebounds in a 69-63 loss to UMass.
After ending the weekend with a loss in Providence, the Crimson fell again Tuesday, losing to UMass, 69-63. Cold shooting—Harvard shot just 35 percent from the floor—and defensive matchups forced Amaker to try out new lineups, but the adjustments were not enough to come away with the victory.
Freshman Corey Johnson led the Crimson in scoring against Providence. Johnson shot 50 percent from the perimeter which kept the game close before Dunn went off in the second half.
Providence senior guard and projected NBA lottery pick Kris Dunn willed the host Friars (1-0) past Harvard (1-1), 76-64, Saturday night. Dunn was as good as advertised in every facet of the game as Providence outscored the Crimson 35-23 in the game’s final 14 minutes.