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Sophomore forward Zena Edosomwan and the Harvard men's basketball team exploded for 40 points in the second half of their home contest against Cornell on Valentine's Day.
After its thrilling come-from-behind win against Princeton, the Harvard men’s basketball team (19-5, 9-1 Ivy) stands alone atop the Ancient Eight. Here’s what other outlets have been saying about the Ancient Eight race as it heads towards its conclusion:
Senior forward Jonah Travis had six points in Harvard's win over Penn on Friday, including four straight points in the second half after Penn had cut its deficit to six.
Senior wing Wesley Saunders, shown here in previous action, had 10 points in the first half.
Senior wing Wesley Saunders led the Crimson with a game-high 23 points and nine rebounds in Harvard's 63-55 win over Princeton on Saturday.
Despite trailing by as many as 12 points early on, the Crimson stormed back to beat Princeton on Friday, 63-55, to take command of the Ancient Eight standings.
Junior co-captain Siyani Chambers and the Harvard men's basketball team have relied on second-chance points through 20 minutes of play, holding a seven-point intermission advantage.
Junior co-captain Siyani Chambers, shown in previous action, had 10 points on 3-of-5 shooting Friday night in the Crimson's 69-46 win over Penn.
As the Crimson kicks off its stretch run this weekend—Saturday starts a stretch of four straight games against the rest of the league’s top five—no player will be more important to its success than junior co-captain Siyani Chambers. And when it comes time to finish, the ball will be in his hands.
After the Quakers cut their deficit to six midway through the second half, the Crimson responded with a 12-0 run en route to its seventh consecutive conference victory.
Junior co-captain Siyani Chambers says that the Harvard men’s basketball team has focused on closing out games in preparation for this weekend, when the Crimson hosts Princeton and Penn. Harvard edged the Tigers earlier this year on the road before routing the Quakers at the Palestra
After seasons of futility against Princeton and Penn, the script has flipped for the Harvard men's basketball team.
Harvard junior co-captain Siyani Chambers has become the Crimson's go-to shooter when the game is on the line.