Men's Basketball

New Sheriff in Towns
Men's Basketball

New Sheriff in Towns

Seth Towns lead the way for the Crimson on Wednesday, tallying a game-high 20 points.

New Sheriff in Towns
Men's Basketball

Late Effort Not Enough as Men's Basketball Falls to Wofford, 63-62

The late game heroics would fall just short, however, as Harvard would give Wofford back-to-back offensive rebounds on the hosts' final possession. Sophomore forward Seth Towns fouled Wofford senior guard Derrick Brooks on one end before coming up short with a layup attempt on the other.

Haskett to the Basket
Men's Basketball

Haskett to the Basket

Freshman guard Mario Haskett has seen major minutes over the past few weeks in the absence of starting point guard Bryce Aiken.

Haskett to the Basket
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Tops Dartmouth in Ivy Opener

Following a disappointing performance in nonconference play, the Harvard men's basketball team shook off a test from visiting Dartmouth, 61-51, in its Ivy League opener on Saturday afternoon. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Crimson and was the team's third consecutive victory over the Big Green.

From Way Down Town
Men's Basketball

Vermont Pulls Away in Final Minute, Defeats Men's Basketball, 62-56

On a night where Vermont fans appeared to outnumber Harvard supporters, the Crimson struggled to find offensive rhythm without starting point guard Bryce Aiken.

From Deep
Men's Basketball

From Deep

Junior guard Corey Johnson finished the game with a team-high 12 points at Minnesota

From Deep
Men's Basketball

Shooting Goes Cold for Men's Basketball in 65-55 Loss at Minnesota

Despite a strong defensive effort, poor shooting ultimately doomed the Crimson in Minnesota as it fell to the Gophers, 65-55, on Saturday

The Return
Men's Basketball

The Return

George Washington forward Patrick Steeves (pictured here in his senior year at Harvard) erupted for 19 points and nine rebounds against his former team.

The Return
Men's Basketball

Harvard Transfer Steeves Leads GW to 58-48 Victory

Harvard missed leading scorer Bryce Aiken (sophomore guard), who sat out with an unspecified injury. In his absence, the Crimson failed to reach 50 points for just the second time since 2011.

Posted Up
Men's Basketball

Posted Up

Sophomore forward Chris Lewis goes to work in the post in previous action against Kentucky.

Posted Up
Men's Basketball

Fueled by Reserves, Men's Basketball Defeats BU

In its first action in over two weeks, Harvard men's basketball earned a double-digit victory in a crosstown matchup with Boston University.

Hardwood Heroes
Columns

A Sports Fandom in the Shadows

Cambridge has coffee shops and banks. Lexington has college bars and fraternities. In this city of 300,000 people, Kentucky basketball transcends the walls of Rupp Arena into the school and the local shops. To find fans of Harvard athletics, on must search a little harder.

Hardwood Heroes
Men's Basketball

Hardwood Heroes

Emerging every timeout, the polished Kentucky cheer squad kept Rupp Arena’s nearly 23,000 attendants loud during the Harvard match.

Men's Basketball

Men’s Basketball Wins Close Contest Against Fordham

Despite an ugly, low-scoring performance Wednesday night, the Harvard men’s basketball narrowly squirmed its way to victory, defeating Fordham 47-45 in The Bronx, N.Y.

My Back is Aiken
Men's Basketball

My Back is Aiken

Sophomore guard Bryce Aiken squares up against Kentucky counterpart Quade Green in Saturday's contest against the No. 7 Wildcats. Aiken and the Crimson had Green on lock this weekend, as the Philadelphia native mustered just one basket in his lowest-scoring performance all season.