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With Ivy Tourney Looming, Women's Basketball Suffers Rout Loss to Penn

The Crimson lost 64-46 after shooting 29 percent from the season. Earlier this year, Harvard recorded a 26-percent clip at the Palestra in another defeat to the Quakers

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Late Comeback Not Enough as Women's Basketball Falls to Princeton

The Crimson put in its worst quarter of the season to start the game, but rode a couple of hot hands in a scintillating second half to fray the nerves of the most optimistic of Tigers fans.

Destiny's Drive
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Destiny's Drive

The Crimson and senior forward Destiny Nunley look to avenge losses by rising past Princeton and Penn.

Destiny's Drive
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Harvard Women Hope to Recover from the Sting of the Killer P’s

For the Crimson, victories against both Princeton and Penn this weekend would provide a boost of momentum heading into the Ivy League tournament, but successfully doing so will not be easy

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Women's Basketball Punches Ticket to Ivy Tournament

After a disheartening 57-52 loss at Yale., Harvard bounced back with a triumph over the Brown.

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Women's Basketball Splits Two In New York

Harvard women's basketball had split results this weekend, ultimately falling one victory short of sweeping the regular season series against the Gentlemen C’s.

Having Nun of It
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Women's Basketball Edges Brown, Stays Unbeaten at Home

In front of its largest crowd of the season, the Crimson was able to overcome a number of runs by the Bears to break its two-game losing streak. It was, in a sense, a matchup that would help decide which of the two teams would contend for the conference title this season, and it appears Harvard answered that question.

Having Nun of It
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Having Nun of It

Co-captain Destiny Nunley ‘17 posted 17 points and 12 rebounds on Saturday night to lead Harvard over the visiting Brown squad. The Crimson’s fourth-quarter shutdown of the Bears offense allowed Harvard to pull away, placing the Crimson in prime position to contend for the 2016-17 Ivy League title.

Benzan on the Ball
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Benzan, Raster Power Women's Basketball Over Yale

​The Harvard women’s basketball team capped its weekend with a dominant victory over rival Yale, winning by its largest margin of victory over an Ancient Eight team this season.

Benzan on the Ball
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Benzan on the Ball

Freshman point guard Katie Benzan, pictured in action against Columbia, scored 14 points in the first half, but after the Tigers switched gears and focused on denying her scoring opportunities, she landed just three points in the second half.

Benzan on the Ball
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Three-Month Win Streak for Women's Basketball Halts at Penn, Princeton

Not only is any hope of entry into the Top 25 gone, but also the team’s first Ivy League title since the 2007-2008 season may have slipped away as well.

Finley Got It
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Finley Got It

Senior captain Taylor Finley fights Columbia's Tori Oliver for a rebound in the Crimson's narrow win over the Lions.

Finley Got It
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Women's Basketball Looks to Keep Winning Streak Alive Against Killer P's

​The Harvard women’s basketball team will face a stern test of its title-winning credentials this weekend as it travels to face the ‘Killer P’s’, Penn and Princeton, this weekend.

Ice Cold
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Ice Cold

Madeline Raster, who scored the game-winner with seconds on the clock, finished Saturday's game with 18 points.

Boehm Goes The Dynamite
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Boehm Goes The Dynamite

Freshman forward Jeannie Boehm rises for a layup against Columbia. The rookie combines with senior forward Destiny Nunley to give Harvard a formidable backcourt. Against Cornell, though, it was sophomore guard Sydney Skinner who made the difference late in the game.