- Subscribe via RSS
Christian Webster, a former co-captain of the Harvard men's basketball team, has agreed to become UCF's newest assistant coach.
After six years with the Crimson, Christian Webster '13 is set to join the coaching staff of the University of Central Florida men's basketball team.
Senior forward Steve Moundou-Missi, pictured in action against Brown on March 7, has signed a contract with Scorers 1st.
Having played his final game for the Harvard men's basketball team, senior forward Steve Moundou-Missi has signed with an agent to pursue a professional hoops career.
After coming within two points to UNC, the men's basketball team fell short of advancing in the NCAA Tournament this year but they did not go down without a fight.
Men's basketball's senior wing Wesley Saunders continued his stellar play for the Crimson, leading the team to their fourth-consecutive NCAA Tournament and fifth-straight Ivy League title.
Harvard men's basketball coach Tommy Amaker, shown speaking with the media during the opening round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament, has reached the Big Dance in each of the last four seasons.
The landing of eventual Harvard co-captain Oliver McNally '12, shown in NCAA Tournament action against Vanderbilt on March 15, 2012, marks one of coach Tommy Amaker's earliest recruiting successes.
The Crimson performed an analysis of athletes on Harvard men’s basketball and football rosters from 1970-1971 to 2014-2015 using information listed on GoCrimson.com. The maps above show the distribution of hometowns for the athletes listed in the data set, with different ones for before and after coaches Tommy Amaker (men's basktball) and Tim Murphy (football) took the helm of their respective programs. The varsity athletes from the data set appear on the map only in the year they first were listed on their team's roster.
Harvard men's basketball coach Tommy Amaker, pictured after winning the Ivy League playoff game against Yale on March 14 to clinch a spot in the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive season, has brought in some of the nation’s top recruits since joining the Crimson.
The growth in attention to the Harvard football and men's basketball programs is largely a byproduct of the work that the teams’ coaches—Tim Murphy and Tommy Amaker—have done rebuilding their respective programs into national powers.