Scott A. Sherman
Somehow, someway, the Harvard men’s basketball team has made it through the first four games of its conference season unscathed.
This time, there was no need for another dramatic comeback for the Harvard men’s basketball team. Instead, the focus was on staving one off.
In a double-overtime thriller at Lavietes Pavilion, the Crimson advanced to 4-0 Ancient Eight with an 89-82 win over Brown.
Six Pro Bowls, two All-Pro selections, and two significant leadership awards since graduating from Harvard, Matt Birk '98 has finally made it to football’s biggest stage. His journey to that point was as unlikely as it is unprecedented.
The Crimson fell, 3-1, to No. 7 Clarkson on Friday night. The Golden Knights struck early and were buoyed by a hat trick from Carly Mercer.
The senior forward will be playing professional soccer after he was drafted in the second round as the 29th overall pick of the MLS Supplemental Draft on Tuesday by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
Facing its fourth consecutive ranked opponent, the Harvard men’s hockey team failed to produce on the offensive end, falling to No. 12 Yale, 4-0.
Saturday’s contest against the Tigers at the FedEx Forum will mark the final non-conference tuneup for the Crimson (9-5), which began league play last week with a 75-65 road victory over Dartmouth.
Once again, Siyani Chambers saved the day.
For the second time in four days, the Harvard men’s hockey team found itself making a late upset bid against a ranked opponent on the road. But unlike on Wednesday against Boston University, the Crimson’s comeback attempt fell short against No. 12 Dartmouth Saturday night.
The Harvard men's hockey team hadn't won an OT game or topped the Terriers at BU since 2007, but that all changed Wednesday.
The Crimson dropped a 6-2 decision at No. 5/9 Quinnipiac that leaves it winless in its last six games.
The Harvard men's basketball team faces two challenging opponents during a California road trip as it winds down non-conference play.
Finals are over for the Harvard men’s basketball team, and now it’s time to get back to work.