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Harvard won both of its last matchups with Yale and Brown by a single bucket.
The winner of Friday night's Harvard-Yale game will clinch a share of the Ancient Eight title. The Bulldogs and Brown stand in the way of the Crimson's fourth straight trip to the Big Dance.
On a night where tipoff was delayed 15 minutes by Columbia’s Senior Day ceremonies, it was Harvard’s original class of 2015 that shined strongest.
Up seven with just under two minutes to go, the Cornell basketball team committed the cardinal sin: fouling a three-point shooter. The first free throw clanged off the iron. The gym got louder. Miller took a deep breath but missed the second. And then the third.
Junior co-captain Siyani Chambers, depicted in action against the Lions last season, and the Crimson look to earn the weekend split tonight at Columbia.
Co-captain Steve Moundou-Missi had a double-double to help the Crimson defeat Columbia and avoid another loss.
The Harvard men’s basketball team, led by the hot shooting of sophomore Corbin Miller, bounced back from a loss to Cornell by defeating the Lions, 80-70.
Co-captain Steve Mondou-Missi scored 13 points and added six rebounds, but it wasn't enough to lead Harvard to a victory over the Big Red.
Senior wing Wesley Saunders had 19 points and 11 rebounds in the Crimson's loss to Cornell on Friday.
The Crimson scored just 21 points in the first half Friday and never led in the second half of a 57-49 defeat to the Big Red. The loss drops Harvard (19-6, 9-2 Ivy) back into a tie with Yale for first in the Ivy League.
The Crimson look to bounce back after falling to Cornell on Friday.
After starting its New York road trip with a loss to Cornell, the Crimson looks to bounce back against Columbia.
The Crimson will look to co-captain Wes Saunders, shown here in previous action, to lead the team as Harvard looks to extend its lead in the Ivy League.
Last weekend brought some more clarity to the Ivy League title picture. Now, David Freed breaks down this weekend's games.