The opening tip fell into her path, and freshman guard Madeline Raster collected the ball, raced towards the basket, and laid it in. That was about as good as it got for the Harvard women’s basketball team.
Senior guard Kit Metoyer had six assists for the Crimson in its overtime loss Sunday afternoon against Princeton.
Playing against a veteran Princeton squad that has more experience winning, the Crimson’s comeback bid came just a bit short in overtime, 92-83.
Guard Shilpa Tummala rises up for a layup in last year's action against Princeton.
Two wins this weekend would see Harvard climb past Penn, currently top of the conference, and into first place.
Co-captain AnnMarie Healy (24) shot 13-of-14 from the floor in a win over Columbia on Saturday.
Co-captain AnnMarie Healy shot 13-of-14 from the field against Columbia on Saturday, finishing with 27 points and six rebounds in what amounted to a 69-66 win over the Lions.
Senior captain AnnMarie Healy, shown in previous action against Maine, scored a career-high 27 points against Columbia Saturday night.
A couple of career highs in points fueled the Harvard women’s basketball team (8-9, 3-1 Ivy) to a weekend sweep in New York this weekend, as the Crimson downed both Cornell and Columbia on back-to-back days.
In a game that saw the Crimson trail throughout most of the matchup, the Crimson’s late comeback against the Big Green fell short.
In its first Ivy League matchup of the season, the Harvard women’s basketball team came away with a win over Dartmouth on Saturday night. Playing in Hanover, N.H., the Crimson held its opponent to a season low 43 points on 32 percent shooting from the field.
Playing in its last non-conference matchup of the season, the Harvard women’s basketball team couldn’t erase a 19-point deficit despite a late comeback attempt against Chattanooga on Monday night.
Coming into the game on a two-game losing streak, the Crimson held off a late run by Samford to start the new year with a victory.
Despite a strong shooting night from the Crimson on Wednesday, Stony Brook came away with a victory after freshman guard Davion Wingate split a pair of free throws with three seconds remaining to give her side a one-point edge.
Despite going on a 18-4 run late in the second half to pull within five, the Harvard women’s basketball team ultimately could not make up a 19-point deficit as it fell to Fairfield, 67-50.