Men's Basketball

Chambers Time
Men's Basketball

Chambers Time

Siyani Chambers, pictures above, comes into Saturday's matchup against Cornell averaging nearly 10 points and six assists per game.

Z Dunks
Men's Basketball

Z Dunks

Senior Zena Edosomwan, shown in previous action against Columbia, had 14 points in 20 minutes on the floor against Cornell Saturday night.

Setty-ing the Standard
Men's Basketball

Setty-ing the Standard

Freshman forward Seth Towns, shown in previous action against Columbia, was the leading scorer for the Crimson for the second night in a row, tallying 21 against the Big Red.

Z Dunks
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Capitalizes On Hot Start to Win Fourth Straight

Holding a double-digit lead at the break for the second night in a row, the Crimson held on to beat Cornell, 87-75, on Saturday night at Lavietes Pavilion.

Setty-ing the Standard
Notebooks

Notebook: Men's Basketball Rides Strong Start, Late Run in Win Over Cornell

In what was perhaps its most complete game in conference to date, the Harvard men’s basketball team took a large and early lead against a visiting Cornell squad en route to an 87-75 win over the Big Red Saturday night at Lavietes Pavilion.

All Aiken
Men's Basketball

All Aiken

Freshman Bryce Aiken, shown in previous action against Princeton, was the Crimson's Athlete of the Week this week after scoring 27 points against Yale last weekend. He and the Crimson look to avenge an earlier loss to Columbia Friday night.

Get Out of Town
Men's Basketball

Get Out of Town

Seth Towns, pictured above, finished with a game high 20 points on 8-of-12 shooting to give the Crimson a win at home against Columbia.

So Weis
Men's Basketball

So Weis

Sophomore forward Weisner Perez provided a spark off the bench in the frontcourt as the Crimson defeated Columbia Friday night.

So Weis
Men's Basketball

Notebook: Men's Basketball Rides Hot Start to Beat Columbia

Harvard made its first six field goals and sophomore forward Weisner Perez stepped up to help lead the Crimson to a six-point win over Columbia on Friday.

Get Out of Town
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Holds Off Columbia, 78-72

Harvard is coming off of a weekend sweep of Brown and Yale on the road last week, with freshman guard Bryce Aiken leading the way with 50 points over the weekend. Columbia, on the other hand has won one of its last four.

Curbin' Miller
Men's Basketball

Curbin' Miller

Columbia and Cornell look to slow co-captain Corbin Miller and the Crimson, winner of eight of its last 10, this weekend in Cambridge.

Curbin' Miller
Men's Basketball

Around the Ivies: Men's Basketball hosts Columbia, Cornell

With the Cornell men’s basketball team trekking to Cambridge for a Saturday evening showdown with the Crimson, we would be remiss if we didn’t mention the 2009-2010 Big Red team that helped put Ivy League basketball back into the national conversation.

Men's Basketball

Athlete of the Week: Aiken Makes His Case for Ivy League Rookie of the Year

Against Yale this weekend, rookie Bryce Aiken put up 27 points on 7-of-17 shooting.

Previews

Men's Basketball to Host Cornell, Columbia

The last time the Harvard men’s basketball team played Cornell and Columbia, both New York teams had the Crimson on its heels. In the two weekends since Harvard traveled to Ithaca and New York City, the Crimson is 3-1, but most importantly has started to play more consistent basketball.

Not in New York Anymore
On Campus

Not in New York Anymore

Freshman Chris Lewis and the rest of the Harvard men's basketball squad will look to defend their home court this weekend against Cornell and Columbia.