Alexandra C. Dowd
To which NBA player is junior Christian Webster most similar?
Sophomore Christian Webster, shown here in earlier action, looks to help Harvard stay strong in its non-conference slate.
Sophomore Christian Webster, shown here in earlier action, hit a last-second three-pointer to let Harvard escape with a 69-66 win over Bryant.
Junior co-captain Carly Dickson will captain the Harvard field hockey team again in 2011. She will be joined by classmate Georgia McGillivray.
Junior forward Keith Wright will look to continue his outstanding form against Holy Cross tonight at Lavietes Pavilion. The big man was the lone bright spot for the Crimson against George Mason on Saturday, scoring 22 points in a losing effort. Harvard will try to put a stop to its shooting woes before its home crowd to earn its first win of the season.
Junior Max Kenyi will take a one-year leave of absence from Harvard but plans to return to the court for the Crimson.
Brandyn Curry was the first Harvard basketball player to square off against John Wall when the two were the No. 1 and No. 2 point guards in North Carolina.
Freshman Christian Webster elevates to the basket as he is contested by William and Mary’s Quinn McDowell during Harvard’s triple-overtime victory over the Tribe in the Crimson’s second game of the season.
Rookie Christian Webster, shown here in earlier action, gave the men's basketball team a boost with a career-high 24 points on 6-of-6 shooting beyond the arc. Unfortunately for the Crimson, Webster's hot hand from deep was not enough to get the win, as Harvard fell to Appalachian State in the first round of the College Insider.com posteason tournament.
Cheerleaders performing during the Harvard Women's basketball game against Columbia.
Rookie Dee Giger, shown here in earlier action, came up in the clutch for the Harvard men’s basketball team on Friday night. The freshman knocked down a game-tying three pointer against Yale with 27 seconds remaining. The Crimson went on to win the contest in overtime, 82-79.
Freshman Brandyn Curry posted 13 points in the second half to go with a team-high four assists as Harvard trounced Columbia, 74-45.
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