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Freshmen aren’t the only new talent the Harvard women’s basketball team picked up for its upcoming season.
Co-captain Brogan Berry currently has her eyes set on Princeton, Yale, and the rest of the Ivy League. But a year from now, she could be preparing for Bourges, Rivas Ecopolis, or Taranto.
What does Occupy Wall Street have to do with Harvard women’s basketball?
For the first time in over a decade, the Crimson will return to Lavietes Pavilion without a single player who has won a championship ring.
For the second straight season, Crimson coach Kathy Delaney-Smith has added a top-100 recruit.
Harvard coach Kathy Delaney-Smith struggles to pinpoint something that co-captain point guard Brogan Berry needs to work on.
Kathy Delaney-Smith enters her 30th season at the helm of the Harvard women’s basketball program as the winningest Ivy League women’s coach in history with a 456-319 overall record.
It looked like Harvard women’s basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith had hit it the jackpot in November 2010 when she signed Temi Fagbenle, the Crimson’s first top-20 recruit in recent memory.
Sixty-six years ago, the Harvard men’s basketball team was selected to represent New England in the NCAA Tournament at Madison Square Garden.