In its final road game of the year, the Harvard women’s basketball escaped the Palestra with a 57-53 victory over Penn Saturday night.
During the Sunday afternoon tilt between Jeremy Lin’s New York Knicks and the defending champion Dallas Mavericks, Spike Lee wore Lin’s Harvard No. 4 jersey in support of the team’s newest star. Lee wasn’t only repping Lin though when he donned the Crimson No. 4, he was also representing a number of other past and present Harvard athletes to do the number proud. Here are four Harvard athletes not named Lin to make a mark while wearing the number.
Even as Lin has emerged in recent days as an international superstar, he has stayed true to the friends and faith that helped get him to where he finds himself today.
Harvard revealed its offensive gameplan early in Friday night’s matchup against Brown, as co-captain Keith Wright registered six of the team’s first 11 points. By the end of the first half, the forward had already recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
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When the Harvard women’s basketball team faced Yale at home three weeks ago, two last-minute shots rimmed out for the Crimson in a tough loss. This time around, Harvard left nothing to chance.
To fill the positions left by Tony Reno and three other former assistant coaches who followed him to Yale , Harvard head coach Tim Murphy first hired Ryan Crawford to lead the defensive backfield and Jeremy Bandy to coach the offensive line.
In the past week, New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin ’10 has climbed from the brink of unemployment to international stardom—generating a new wave of enthusiasm for the former Crimson star on campus.
Princeton, the top team in the Ivy League, left Lavietes Pavilion with an 84-56 win.
In Harvard's 66-52 win over Penn, co-captain Brogan Berry finished with 26 points after netting 18 in the second half.
The Harvard men’s basketball team handily defeated Cornell, 71-60, at Lavietes Pavilion on Friday night. But that isn’t to say the squad played a perfect game, or anywhere near one, as the Crimson struggled to consistently score against the Big Red.
The Harvard women’s basketball team topped Columbia, 68-56, on the road, despite its two top scorers combining to shoot 5 for 21.
As Harvard’s program emerges on the national stage and receives more media scrutiny, head coach Tommy Amaker has assigned his assistant coaches to monitor what players on the team are saying on their personal Twitter accounts.
Alan St. Louis’ dream is to sing the national anthem for the Boston Red Sox. To get there, he’s decided to take the long road – a road that recently stopped in Cambridge.