Senior wing Wesley Saunders had a career-high 33 points to lift the Crimson past Brown on Friday.
Ivy League Player of the Year candidates Wesley Saunders, middle, and Justin Sears, right, will face off when Yale and Harvard clash this weekend.
Sophomore guard Corbin Miller tallied 17 points in the first half of Friday night's contest, helping his team grab a 39-29 lead over Princeton.
Junior point guard Siyani Chambers, shown here in recent action, surrendered just two turnovers against Princeton and will look to repeat that success on Saturday.
After a loss against Dartmouth this past weekend, the Crimson go on the road to compete against the Killer P's.
The Harvard men’s basketball team enjoyed a successful road trip this past weekend, taking down both of the “Killer P’s,” Penn and Princeton, to rebound from an ugly home loss against Dartmouth.
Through 18 games, junior forward Jimmy Vesey paces the team with 84 shots, nearly 30 more than the next highest total on the team—that of sophomore Tyler Moy (57).
The Crimson turned the ball over 18 times in a loss to Dartmouth on Saturday. Senior wing Wesley Saunders had 13 points but also recorded six turnovers.
Senior forward Steve Moundou-Missi heads into Tuesday's matchup with Bryant averaging 7.7 points and 6.8 boards per game.
Sophomore forward Tyler Moy, shown here in earlier action, had the lone goal of the night for the Crimson on Saturday.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey, shown here in action against Clarkson last season, earned a career-high four points (2 G, 2 A) against the Golden Knights on Friday.
Senior forward Wesley Saunders led the Crimson offense with 15 points in Chestnut Hill.
Junior Siyani Chambers looks to end his turnover woes against non-conference foe Boston College this Wednesday.