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Cavalier Classic Yields Encouraging Results For Women’s Basketball

Harvard women’s basketball headed to the University of Virginia to compete in the Cavalier Classic this past weekend, playing two tightly contested games in two days.

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After a Strong Season Last Year, Women's Basketball Looks to Carry On Success

Harvard will look to rebound to the ways of last year when the team lost just 2 games at home. The Crimson hopes to improve on this home record in the newly-renovated Lavietes Pavilion. Construction finished in September, just in time for the new season.

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Women's Basketball Beats Siena, Records First Win

Despite an early 14-point deficit, Harvard women's basketball notched a come-from-behind victory over Siena. Sophomore guard Katie Benzan paced the team with 22 points.

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Women's Basketball Drops Two to Open Season

Last Friday night, Harvard opened the 2017-18 campaign with a loss to Dayton in the Maine Tip-Off Tournament. On Saturday, the Crimson fell again, this time to Maine.

Ballin' Out
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Ballin' Out

Junior guard Nani Redford makes up a growing upperclassman core for the Harvard women's basketball team.

Towering Above
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Towering Above

Freshman forward Maddie Stuhlreyer is now Harvard's tallest player, standing at 6'5".

Swedish Swish
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Swedish Swish

Freshman guard Matilda Salen, hailing from Bromma, Sweden, looks to bolster the Crimson's backcourt.

Pass Out
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Pass Out

The team's veterans hope to impart their experience on the new freshman as they settle into the team.

Roll Flow
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Roll Flow

The women's basketball team hopes to follow up last year's breakout season with another strong performance.

Standing Tall
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Standing Tall

Harvard women's basketball looks for consistency as the team hits the court this winter.

Horton Hears a Horn

Winter Sports Supplement

As much cold as winter can bring, Harvard basketball and ice hockey teams promise sizzling action this season. Both men's and women's basketball aim to take the next step and claim an elusive championship. Meanwhile, men's hockey looks to rediscover magic from last year, while women's hockey looks to rebound.

Ballin' Out
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Consistency is Key as Women's Basketball Seeks First Ivy Title Since 2008

Picked to finish third in the Ivy League behind Princeton and Penn, the Crimson returns a bevy of talent and experience as it seeks to build on last year's 21-9 season.

Swedish Swish
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Women's Basketball Welcomes Talented Freshmen

With the new cohort of forwards Rachel Levy, Grace Tworek, Maddie Stuhlreyer, and Jadyn Bush and rookie guard Matilda Salen, Harvard looks to make its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2007.

Athlete Activism
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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
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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.