Edosomwan and his teammates at NMH took on Harvard’s club team on Sunday afternoon at Lavietes Pavilion.
This weekend’s home-stand will pit Harvard against two conference foes. First up will be a Friday night showdown against Penn. On Saturday, Harvard will take on arguably its biggest threat in the Ancient Eight, its rival Princeton. The Crimson’s basketball beat writers answer five questions about this weekend’s match ups.
Coming off its first loss of Ivy League play, the Harvard men’s basketball team bounced back, handling Penn, 73-54, Friday at Lavietes Pavilion.
The bend-but-don’t-break strategy finally caught up with the Harvard men’s basketball team. After winning its first five Ivy League contests by an average margin of 5.4 points, the Crimson fell to Columbia by 15 on Sunday, failing to capitalize on an opportunity to go up 1.5 games on Princeton in the conference standings.
The Harvard men’s basketball team withstood a late Cornell run on Friday night, hanging on for a 67-65 win in Ithaca.
The Harvard men’s basketball team hung on to top Yale, 67-64, on Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion.
Webster nailed three three-pointers in the final 93 seconds of regulation, leading the Crimson back from a late 10-point deficit to force overtime. Webster tacked on an assist, block, and rebound in the extra period, and Harvard pulled out an 82-77 victory.
With 8:43 remaining, the heavily favored Crimson found itself in a five-point hole against the Big Green, picked to finish last in the preseason poll. Harvard closed the contest on a 17-2 run to earn the win.
The coast may have been different, but the result was the same for Laurent Rivard.
Perhaps overshadowed by the Harvard men’s basketball team’s collapse to St. Mary’s was the strong play of sophomore forward Jonah Travis.
The Harvard men’s basketball team topped Cal, 67-62, Saturday, giving the Crimson its first three-game winning streak of the 2012-13 season.
So the world hasn’t ended.
Harvard men’s basketball coach Tommy Amaker has picked up another commitment.
With Tuesday night’s 79-63 victory over Boston College (3-5), the Harvard men’s basketball team (4-3) made it five straight against ...
It certainly wasn’t pretty, but the Harvard men’s basketball team will take it.