Timothy J. Walsh
Today starting at 9 a.m. undergraduate students have the opportunity to score free tickets to this weekend’s men’s hockey and men’s basketball games simply by presenting their Harvard ID at the Harvard Ticket Office in the Murr Center.
In the modern era of sports, being a college coach carries with it the burden of constant media attention. Facing ...
The Harvard men’s basketball team took down George Washington last Saturday, 67-62, with its top two scorers ailing on the ...
For the Harvard men’s basketball team, its dreams of a league championship remain intact after beating Dartmouth yesterday afternoon.
For the third straight season, the Harvard men’s basketball team went into Conte Forum and defeated cross-town rival Boston College.
On the verge of an upset at Lavietes Pavilion last night, Monmouth led Harvard by nine with 8:23 remaining in the second half. But the Crimson (8-3) responded with 11 straight points and held off the Hawks (4-9) to win, 74-69.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute—a Division III program—came into Lavietes Pavilion last night and gave the Harvard men’s basketball team all it could handle for 40 minutes.
Glenn Fine ’79 started the day in Baltimore, where he met with the Rhodes Scholarship committee. In the afternoon, he boarded a private plane donated by a Harvard alumnus to fly back to Boston. Upon landing, he received a police escort to the Boston Garden and then played the full 40 minutes as the Crimson took on undefeated Boston College.
For the fourth straight season, the Crimson took down a school from a power conference, this time beating Colorado at Lavietes Pavilion yesterday, 82-66.
The Game has ended, and Thanksgiving is here. But even though the fall season is (basically) over, there is still ...
Spurred by Keith Wright's double-double and Christian Webster's deciding trey, Harvard men's basketball escaped with a win over Bryant.
It’s pretty much a foregone conclusion that Harvard will beat Yale yet again.
The season is only five days old, but men’s Ivy League basketball is already 12 games deep. Sitting at a ...
Forward is a position of contradictions. Great big men require power and finesse, brawn and brains, flair and efficiency. The post is a place for yeomen whose often-uncelebrated work—crashing the boards, defending the rim, setting picks—is the linchpin of great basketball. The role is a natural fit for junior Keith Wright.
Men’s basketball tips off its 2010-11 season on Saturday by traveling down to Fairfax, Va., to face George Mason. The ...
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