Crimson staff writer

Jacob D. H. Feldman

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Parting Shot

Parting Shot: The Losses That Matter

March 30, 2011, was a dreary day in Winston-Salem, N.C.—cold, gray, and wet—but that didn’t stop me from getting to BB&T Ballpark early. The Class-A Winston-Salem Dash were hosting the Chicago White Sox, and I was in desperate need of a distraction.

Saddened Steve
Columns

Men's Basketball Copes with Heartbreaking Ending

Entering a losing locker room in the NCAA Tournament feels like walking into a painting. Players known for their movement are deathly still. A team that has learned to communicate so well is absolutely silent. It feels like the kind of place where the word somber was invented.

Princeton
Men's Basketball

Princeton

Harvard win, 75-72

Penn
Men's Basketball

Penn

Harvard win, 63-38

Cornell
Men's Basketball

Cornell

Harvard loss, 57-49

Columbia
Men's Basketball

Columbia

Harvard win, 80-70

Holy Cross
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball 2015 Season Recap in Photos

Marcus Paige
Previews

Men's Basketball Prepares for Tar Heels With Eyes on the Speed of Play

During Wednesday’s press conference, Harvard men’s basketball coach Tommy Amaker said he was glad his players did not notice his reaction when North Carolina was matched with the Crimson during Sunday’s selection show.

Two Generations
Men's Basketball

Former Faces of Men's Basketball Watch, Cheer on From Afar

Brandyn Curry ’13-’14 was on a bus somewhere in Holland. His Dutch team had an 8 p.m.game Saturday, so Curry was getting on the bus for an hour-long ride as Yale took a halftime lead over the Harvard men’s basketball team 3700 miles away in the Ivy League playoff game at The Palestra.

Men's Basketball

Introducing North Carolina: Seven Questions With a Tar Heels Beat Reporter

As the Harvard men's basketball team (22-7, 11-3 Ivy league) prepares to face the University of North Carolina (24-11, 11-7 ACC) Saturday, Crimson staff writer Jacob D. H. Feldman got in touch with a reporter on the Tar Heels beat to learn about this year's Carolina squad.

The Shot
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Season About More Than Final Tallies

We writers like to write a lot about games and numbers. In basketball, we cover games, which is really just a reflection of how good a team is. Just like a doctor might look at the readouts during a check-up, it’s only a quantification of a snapshot.

Going Dancing
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Beats Yale in Ivy Playoff, Clinching NCAA Tournament Berth

The Harvard men’s basketball team is going dancing again. Co-captain and forward Steve Moundou-Missi hit a jumper from the top of the key in the final seconds to give the Crimson a 53-51 win over Yale in Saturday’s Ivy League Playoff.

Protect The Rim
Men's Basketball

Moundou-Missi Wins Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year

Senior Steve Moundou-Missi, the anchor of the best defense in the Ivy League, was named the Ivy League’s Defensive Player of the Year on Wednesday.

Round Three
Columns

Both Teams Get Second Chance in Ivy Playoff

Without that Dartmouth bucket, this season would have been forgettable. Now it’s the year of the pizza party.

Columbia Away
Men's Basketball

Columbia Away

Co-captain Steve Moundou-Missi had a double-double to help the Crimson defeat Columbia and avoid another loss.

Senior survey header
Front Feature

Class of 2015, By the Numbers

Wedding Bells
Seniors

Wedding Bells 2015

On Campus

The Geography of Harvard Athletics

University Hall
Features

Among Harvard’s Faculty, ‘Women Are Still Pioneers’