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NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Overcomes Early Struggles, Falls Late

After winning its first game in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, the Harvard men’s basketball team will once again bow out of the Dance before the Sweet Sixteen.


NOTEBOOK: Sharpshooting Rivard Key To Crimson's Success

The shot clock hit six as Chambers found a streaking Rivard near the top of the key. The senior wasted no time, hitting a dagger from behind the arc to make it a two-possession game, 94-89.


NOTEBOOK: Seniors Propel Harvard to 80-47 Win Over Columbia

The seniors on the Harvard men’s basketball team (24-4, 11-1 Ivy) took to the floor at Lavietes Pavilion for the last time Saturday night, but they asserted their ownership of the gym before they left.

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NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Overcomes Slow Start on Senior Night

For the opening spurt of its game against Cornell, the Harvard men’s basketball team played like the last—not first—place team.

Hart Attack

NOTEBOOK: Power Play Problems Plague Men's Hockey in Loss to Yale

On a night where the Harvard men’s hockey team was looking for redemption, it instead found an ugly reminder of past troubles.


NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Makes History Against Killer P's

Saturday’s 59-47 win against Princeton (15-8, 3-6) at Jadwin Gymnasium marked the first time in history that Harvard has gone 4-0 in the season series against Penn and Princeton. The Killer P’s, whom Amaker called the “gold standard” of Ivy League basketball on Friday night, were outscored by 68 points across the four meetings.

Curry Time

NOTEBOOK: Balanced Scoring, Curry Key Men's Basketball in Blowout Win over Penn

In a game that wasn’t close, there was one statistic that was a dead heat: both Penn and co-captain Brandyn Curry tallied four steals on the night.


NOTEBOOK: Rosenberg Gives Men's Basketball a Scare

With 6:38 left in regulation, a three-pointer from sophomore guard Siyani Chambers extended the Harvard men’s basketball team’s lead to 12. After trading buckets with Columbia for the majority of Friday night’s game, the Crimson seemed to finally create some breathing room with Chambers’ trey.


NOTEBOOK: Sharpshooting Crimson Halts Quakers

Just as co-captain Laurent Rivard hit consecutive threes, the Harvard men’s basketball team (17-3, 4-0 Ivy) earned consecutive wins. The squad notched its second victory in as many nights, taking care of Penn (4-13, 1-2), 80-50, Saturday night at Lavietes Pavilion.


NOTEBOOK: A Dominant Sixty Seconds from Casey Sparks Men's Basketball

Senior forward Kyle Casey may not have led the Harvard men’s basketball team on paper, but for one minute in the second half he owned Lavietes Pavilion.


NOTEBOOK: Paint Presence Aids Women's Basketball

While the final score of the Harvard women’s basketball team’s 77-59 thumping of Dartmouth might not indicate it, the eventually lopsided contest started close, with the Big Green shooting well from the perimeter and the Crimson starters failing to rebound effectively.


NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Regains Footing Against Dartmouth

For its second straight game, the Harvard men’s basketball team was the clear favorite. Travelling to Dartmouth this weekend, the Crimson hoped to replicate its 16-point victory over the Big Green earlier this month.


NOTEBOOK: Defense Proves Dominant for Women's Hockey

The Harvard women’s ice hockey team may not have had its cleanest game on the ice on Saturday, but the squad’s defensive performance helped the Crimson skate clear past Rensselaer.


NOTEBOOK: Shooting Woes Doom Men's Basketball Against FAU

While a blizzard hit Boston on Tuesday night, the coldest Cambridge residents were 1,451 miles south of the incoming snowstorm. In a surprise 68-53 loss to Florida Atlantic (7-12, 2-2 C-USA), the Harvard men’s basketball team (14-3, 1-0 Ivy) put forth its coldest shooting performance of the season, hitting at only a 23 percent clip from the field.


NOTEBOOK: Casey's Offense Emerges Against BU

In an intense battle of Boston-area foes, Casey was the Crimson’s most efficient player, scoring 19 points on 13 attempts from the field and grabbing 12 rebounds to help his team outlast the Terriers in overtime, 79-68. From a three-pointer at the top of the key to a powerful finish of a late-game alley-oop, the Medway, Mass., native had his full offensive arsenal on display.

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