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.
Top-ranked Boston College scored five times in the opening period en route to a completely one-sided 8-0 victory in the Beanpot semifinals.
Propelled by two unanswered power-play goals midway through the second period on Monday, No. 4/4 BC marched onto next week’s championship game against Boston University, knocking off the No. 7/7 Crimson by a score of 3-2.
After splitting a weekend series with Quinnipiac and Princeton, the Harvard women's ice hockey team has a way to go until the postseason.
After leading by 16 at the break, the Crimson scored just 21 points after intermission and missed the front end of two one-and-ones with under a minute left that would have sealed the win against the Columbia Lions (15-6, 4-0). Columbia, who memorably lost to Harvard on a Siyani Chambers ’16-’17 buzzer beater last year when they visited Lavietes Pavilion, got revenge a year later when Alex Rosenberg drained a jumper as time expired, leading Columbia to a 55-54 win.
Despite overcoming a 15-point halftime deficit, the Harvard men’s basketball team fell to Cornell at home on Friday, 77-65. The Big Red, which was playing without star Robert Hatter, was led by 33 points from freshman guard Matt Morgan.
Computer Science concentrator Michael J. Woo ’16 reads a book in aisle 4 of the Harvard COOP bookstore, where many students purchase course books, on Wednesday afternoon.
Despite building an 11-point lead and shutting out Dartmouth (7-9, 1-1 Ivy League) through the first seven minutes of the second half, the Crimson (9-9, 1-1) went cold during a 34-10 Big Green run in the game’s final 11:40 and fell, 63-50, on Saturday night in Hanover.
Jimmy Vesey's first career hat trick paired with an impressive performance from the Harvard defense, backed by the return of Brayden Jaw, enabled the Crimson to snap its two-game skid with a come-from-behind win over St. Lawrence.
After four unsuccessful attempts, the Harvard men’s basketball team (8-8, 1-0 Ivy) finally made its way to .500 for the first time since Nov. 14, dispatching the visiting Ryerson Rams (4-2), 73-57. Despite an uneven first 10 minutes, Harvard went on a 21-6 run midway through the first half to take a 17-point lead and never looked back, holding a double-digit lead for the final 23 minutes of play.
Harvard coach Ted Donato '91 decided to shake things up in net for the Rivalry on Ice, replacing sophomore Merrick Madsen with freshman Michael Lackey after the former let in six goals in the Crimson loss against BU. The change did not have the desired effect, however.
In a back-and-forth game that featured 13 ties and four lead changes, The Crimson (7-8, 1-0) rode an undersized lineup and converted its free throws down the stretch to come away with a win at home over Dartmouth.
Returning home after a month on the road, the Harvard men’s basketball team (6-7) won for the fourth time in its last five outings, defeating the visiting Wofford Terriers (3-9), 77-57. The Crimson shot a season-high 63.8 percent from the field. After taking a six-point lead into break, Harvard outscored the Terriers by 14 in the second half.
Despite leading by two as the teams headed to the locker room at the end of the first half, a second half Oklahoma outburst put the game out of reach for Harvard (5-7). Despite a career-high 25 points from junior forward Zena Edosomwan, the Crimson fell to the Sooners, 83-71.
After starting the season 2-6, the Harvard men’s basketball team has strung together three consecutive wins. Following an overtime win against BYU on Tuesday, Harvard stymied the Auburn offense on Wednesday to come away with a 69-51 win.