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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.
Delaney-Smith won her 514th game on Saturday night, tying former Princeton men’s coach Pete Carril for the most wins by an Ivy League basketball coach.
The women's basketball team climbed out of deficits on Friday and Saturday, battling back against Cornell (14-12, 6-6) and Columbia (6-20, 3-9) to complete the weekend sweep.
Co-captain Christine Clark led all scorers with 23 points, but couldn't help the team from falling to Princeton, 69-64.
A night after dropping to Penn, the Harvard women's basketball team also lost to Princeton.
Co-captain Christine Clark, pictured here in earlier action, had 12 points against Penn, but was unable to lead the Crimson past its Ivy League foe.
The Harvard women’s basketball team now has two losses in conference play, and they have one thing in common: the opponent. The Crimson's 63-50 loss to Penn marked its first home defeat since falling to Princeton back in 2012.
The last time that the Princeton women’s basketball team visited Lavietes Pavilion, it saw a 33-game winning streak snapped by a Crimson team led by then-senior Victoria Lippert’s 21 points.
Senior Jasmine Evans, shown here in previous action, sparked the Crimson's win over Cornell on Saturday evening with her career-best 21 points.
The Athlete of the Week runners-up did not disappoint with their respective weekend showings.
Harvard’s victory over the Big Red (12-10, 4-4) makes it a three-team race for the conference title down the stretch as Princeton, Penn, and the Crimson all sit with only one Ivy League loss to date.
It may have been Valentine’s Day, but the Harvard women’s basketball team did not show Columbia any love on Friday night. The Crimson (16-5, 6-1 Ivy) opened up a four-game homestand at Lavietes Pavilion against the Lions (4-17, 1-6) and shot the lights out in the first half en route to a 99-64 win.