Women's Basketball

Athlete Activism
On Campus

Athlete Activism

Dr. Harry Edwards, author of The Revolt of the Black Athlete, talks to James Brown '73, current host of “The NFL Today” on CBS, about Athlete Activism.

Brown and Edwards at IOP
Men's Basketball

Brown and Edwards at IOP

Former Harvard men’s basketball star James Brown ‘73, host of NFL Today on CBS, was joined by Dr. Harry Edwards from UC Berkeley to speak at the IOP on athlete activism over the years. Image courtesy of Martha Stewart/The Institute of Politics at Harvard University.

Destiny is Calling Me
Women's Basketball

Defending Destiny: Female Breakout Athlete of the Year

Co-captain Destiny Nunley led the Harvard women's basketball team to the Women's National Invitational Tournament and a 16-game winning streak.

Destiny is Calling Me
Women's Basketball

Destiny is Calling Me

Co-captain Destiny Nunley elevates against Temple in December. The win over the Owls was part of a 16-game winning streak for the Crimson.

D.N. Bound for D.C.
Women's Basketball

D.N. Bound for D.C.

Co-captain Destiny Nunley, who will join Georgetown next year, battled through injuries during her first two years before leading Harvard to the Women’s National Invitational Tournament in 2017.

None for Nunley
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Exits WNIT after Loss to St. John's

Down by 11 to start the fourth quarter, the Crimson mounted a late comeback but couldn't gain the lead.

Racking Them Up
Women's Basketball

Racking Them Up

Sophomore guard Madeline Raster was one of two players who scored in double-digits against Princeton in the Ivy League Tournament.

Practiced, but Not Perfect
Women's Basketball

Practiced, but Not Perfect

Senior co-captain Destiny Nunley expressed frustration after her team's loss to Princeton, stressing that the Crimson is the hardest working team she's ever played with.

None for Nunley
Women's Basketball

None for Nunley

Senior co-captain Destiny Nunley takes a breather during earlier action against Princeton.

Benzan Time
Women's Basketball

Benzan Time

Freshman guard Katie Benzan was limited to just seven points on Saturday evening as the Crimson fell to Princeton, 68-47.

Palestra Preview
Men's Basketball

Tommy Amaker and Kathy Delaney-Smith Praise Inaugural Ivy League Tournament at Media Day

Despite the quirks and potential adjustments, both Tommy Amaker, coach of the Harvard men’s basketball team, and Kathy Delaney-Smith, coach of the Harvard women’s basketball team, are glad the tournament finally became a reality this year.

Bryce ROY
Men's Basketball

Aiken and Benzan Headline Ivy Postseason Awards for Men's and Women's Basketball

For Harvard basketball this year it hasn’t been a matter of pure freshman talent or veteran senior experience—in fact for the most part, it’s been a lot of both.

Benzan Time
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Doomed by Poor Shooting, Eliminated from Ivy Tournament

The rough shooting ultimately doomed Harvard as a 24-point third quarter extended the Tigers’ lead and gave them the 68-47 win to advance to the championship game of the Ivy League tournament.

One Step Ahead
Women's Basketball

One Step Ahead

Freshman point guard Katie Benzan pictured in January's game against Columbia.

One Step Ahead
Women's Basketball

Harvard Women Seek Revenge at Inaugural Ivy Tournament

Change may be tough to adjust to, but it can be equally as exciting. And this weekend will certainly provide no lack of intrigue as the Harvard women’s basketball team participates in the inaugural Ivy League Tournament at the Palestra in Philadelphia.