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Freshman guard Corey Johnson, pictured here against Columbia, struggled to get into rhythm Saturday night against Penn in the Crimson's 67-57 loss.

YOUNG GUN
Men's Basketball

Notebook: Cold Shooting Night Dooms Men's Basketball Against Penn

A 67-57 loss dropped the Crimson to 1-5 in Ivy League play for the first time since 2008. After making three of its first four shots en route to a 7-0 lead, Harvard went ice-cold—making just 18 of 64 attempts the rest of the way.

Captain Cummins
Men's Basketball

Captain Cummins

Senior captain Evan Cummins had six points on three-for-seven shooting Saturday night. The Crimson frontcourt, without the assistance of junior forward Zena Edosomwan, struggled as a whole to stop Penn center Darien Nelson-Henry on both ends of the floor.

Captain Cummins
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Tied For Last in Ivy League With Loss to Penn

After jumping out to a 7-0 lead in the first two minutes, the Crimson (9-13, 1-5 Ivy League) couldn’t maintain its level of play, falling to Penn (8-11, 2-3), 67-57. The game was Harvard’s fifth consecutive Ivy loss, and the fourth time the team has fallen by a double-digit margin since beginning conference play.

McCarthy Making Moves
Men's Basketball

McCarthy Making Moves

Freshman guard Tommy McCarthy, shown in previous action against Columbia, led Harvard in scoring Friday night with 16 points.

McCarthy Making Moves
Notebooks

Notebook: Without Edosomwan, Men's Basketball Unable to Keep Up With Princeton

Playing without star forward Zena Edosomwan, the Harvard men’s basketball team dropped to 1-4 in Ivy League play with an 83-62 loss to Princeton at Jadwin Gymnasium.

Egi Underneath
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Drops Fourth Straight Ivy Game to Princeton

A 13-0 Princeton run took just under two minutes and sealed an 83-62 victory that appeared to put the final nail in the coffin for Harvard’s Ivy League hopes. The Tigers (13-5, 3-1 Ivy League) sent Harvard (9-12, 1-4) to its fourth straight Ivy League loss for the first time in nine years.

Stretched Out
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Stretched Out

Zena Edosomwan calls for the ball midway through last weekend’s matchup against Columbia. The Crimson dropped the game, 55-54, after conceding a double-digit lead and missing free throws down the stretch.

Miller Grinds It Out
Men's Basketball

Miller Grinds It Out

Junior guard Corbin Miller drives to the hole during last week’s matchup against Columbia. The result was a 55-54 defeat.

Stretched Out
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Hunts for .500 Against Princeton, Penn

The Crimson will look to bounce back after dropping back-to-back home contests against Ivy opponents for the first time since 2009.

Miller Grinds It Out
Columns

AROUND THE IVIES: Yale Overtakes Harvard as League Favorite

Harvard may be coming off two straight losses, but a new class of Ivy League heavyweights is emerging.

Egi Underneath
Men's Basketball

Egi Underneath

Sophomore forward Chris Egi, shown here against Columbia, started for Harvard in place of the injured Zena Edosomwan. Egi had four points and three rebounds in the loss.

Cummins Up Short
Men's Basketball

Cummins Up Short

Evan Cummins logged a team-high 11 points, including a go-ahead basket with 1:18 remaining, but it would not be enough Saturday night against Columbia.

Saturday Superfans
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Saturday Superfans

A crowd of students cheers on the Harvard men’s basketball team at their Saturday home game against the Columbia Lions. While ahead at the end of the first half, Harvard then fell behind, losing by one point.

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