Since the New York Knicks’ game against the New Jersey Nets on Feb. 4, it seems that no one can stop Jeremy Lin ’10. That is, no one except Lin himself.
Inherently, not many people can say that they have been the “Person of the Week.” Well, that is officially one ...
Just hours after Lin and his New York Knicks defeated the Los Angeles Lakers, Cheng Ho '10 created a Facebook event in the hopes of convincing the league to let Lin in the All-Star Game.
Day eight and no signs of stopping yet—114 points in that time-span and no hints of slowing down. Three games started and the only thing bigger than the stats of Jeremy Lin ’10 on Friday night was the smile on his face after hitting yet another shot.
With the score tied at three and all eyes on his match, freshman Alex Steinroeder took one more deep breath, tossed the ball into the air, and began the final game. Fifteen-love. Thirty-love. Forty-love. Victory.
Coming off of his career-record-setting, twitter-trending, ESPN-talked about 25-point game on Saturday night, Jeremy Lin ’10 may not have been expected to perform like that again anytime soon. But that is exactly what he proceeded to do as his New York Knicks took on the Utah Jazz Monday night at Madison Square Garden.
The Crimson topped Vanderbilt and Butler on the first and last day of its three-day Midwest road trip, respectively, but fell to Indiana on Saturday.
Harvard put the past in the past and managed to retake a comfortable lead, pulling out the victory over the Big Red, 67-57, Friday night at Newman Arena in Ithaca, N.Y.
The Harvard men’s tennis team (4-1) split its first road trip of the winter, topping Vanderbilt but falling to No. 24 Indiana.
Thanks largely to an injury-riddled backcourt, Jeremy Lin ’10 has continued to receive and earn playing time this week for the New York Knicks.
In one of its most dominating performances so far this season, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team handled Brown from start to finish, earning a 206-80 victory on Thursday afternoon at Blodgett Pool.
In a meet in which three of its athletes each brought home two individual race wins, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team continued its Ivy League dominance and handily took care of Brown, 193-107, Saturday afternoon at Blodgett Pool.
This morning we featured the matchup between Jennifer VanderMeulen and Bonnie Hu. Now, in our final matchup on the women’s side, we have soccer’s Mel Baskind against field hockey’s Cynthia Tassopoulos.
Playing on the second night of a back-to-back and facing a 3-1 deficit in the third period, things were not looking good for the Harvard women’s ice hockey team. But thanks to two goals in a six-minute stretch, the Crimson (9-5-1, 6-3-1 ECAC) managed to come back and earn a draw with Quinnipiac (13-8-2, 9-3-2), 3-3, Saturday night at the TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, Conn.
It truly is the most wonderful time of the year. On Dec. 25, we all shared in a gift that ...