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Boston Red Sox senior manager Jon Dienstag '05, New England Patriots Vice President Jessica C. Gelman '97, and Harvard head basketball coach Tommy spoke Wednesday about resilience in athletics at the Harvard Faculty Club.
The afternoon event served as a gathering for her supporters, as well as a pre-game party for the NCAA men's basketball game later that evening.
In co-captain Christine Clark’s four years playing in Lavietes Pavilion, the Crimson has accomplished nearly everything short of the elusive title.
Junior forward Temi Fagbenle, pictured above in previous action, ranked second on the team in points per game with 13.0 heading into Monday night’s contest, but could not get anything going against the Scarlet Knights. She shot just 2-for-9 and scored four points in a 63-52 Harvard loss.
After facing a barrage of three-pointers in its first-round WNIT win over Iona, the Harvard women’s basketball team fell, 63-52, to a Rutgers squad that launched all 61 of its shots from inside the arc in its WNIT second round matchup.
Clark’s last-second heroics helped the Crimson end Iona’s WNIT run as Harvard outlasted the Gaels (26-6, 18-2 MAAC), 90-89, at the Hynes Athletic Center.
Harvard will face Iona College, a team it has not played for 20 years, on Thursday night. The trip to New Rochelle, N.Y. marks the third consecutive season that the Crimson has advanced to the WNIT.
While sophomore Todd Preston top honors this week for his EIWA wrestling exploits, basketball players Steve Moundou-Missi, Laurent Rivard, and Temi Fagbenle are The Crimson's Athlete of the Week runners-up.
While you were busy power-watching housing day videos and writing strongly worded letters to your various friends in Kirkland house...
Senior Christine Clark tallied 20 points in the final home game of her Crimson career.
The Crimson (21-7, 11-3 Ivy) laid it all on the floor in what was potentially the last time that its seniors would suit up in a Harvard jersey.
The victory clinched win number 515 for Delaney-Smith, making her the all-time winningest coach in Ivy League history, passing former Princeton men’s basketball head coach Pete Carril.
Head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith pictured with her team earlier this year.