Harvard freshman Corbin Miller walks off the court as Princeton players and fans stormed the court following the Harvard men’s basketball team’s 70-62 loss Saturday night at Jadwin Gymnasium. Despite dropping its first Ivy League contest of the season, the Crimson maintains a one-game lead in the Ancient Eight standings midway through conference play.
Junior point guard Brandyn Curry posted 15 points (all in the second half) and four assists in Harvard’s 70-62 loss to Princeton on Saturday. Of the Crimson’s 35 points in the second frame, Curry scored nearly half.
Junior forward Kyle Casey provided an offensive spark for the Crimson in its 56-50 win at Penn on Friday night, notching 15 points (second most on the team) on six-of-nine shooting. The forward also pulled down three rebounds in the victory, the Crimson’s sixth straight over the Quakers.
Shown here in earlier action, sophomore attacker Shayna Price, a Crimson sports comper, scored five goals in four games at this weekend’s Princeton Invitational. Shayna’s sister, junior attacker Aisha Price, led the Crimson attack at the tournament, tallying a team-high 13 goals.
Freshman Zach Boden—who helped lead the Harvard football team to an Ivy League title this fall—will suit up for a different squad in the spring: the Crimson baseball team. All the while, he doesn't plan to shirk any of his football duties.