Junior wing Wesley Saunders will look to exact revenge should Harvard draw UMass Amherst to open up postseason play.
Harvard guard Siyani T. Chambers ’16 splits two Yale defenders.
The Harvard bench takes in the team’s game at Yale.
Junior guard Wesley Saunders ’14 prepares to inbound the ball.
Amaker speaks to the media at the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
The Harvard men's basketball team gathers during a timeout of their opening game of the 2013 NCAA tournament. After winning the Ivy League regular season title, Harvard will return to the Dance next week.
Led by coach Tommy Amaker, the Harvard men’s basketball team, shown left during its 2013 NCAA Tournament win over New Mexico, still has a lot to celebrate.
Sophomore Todd Preston captured Harvard wrestling’s first individual EIWA crown in four years at the EIWA Championships this past weekend. The 141-pounder came back in second sudden victory overtime for the win.
Wesley Saunders, seen here in the Feb. 7 matchup between the two squads, put up 19 points in the Crimson's 98-93 victory over Brown.
Sophomore Siyani Chambers and co. may find themselves in a familiar situation if the team faces New Mexico in the tournament.
Head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith pictured with her team earlier this year.
The Crimson clinched its third consecutive outright Ivy League title and secured a berth to the NCAA tournament with a win over Yale.
Co-captain Laurent Rivard scored his 276th career three-pointer in Harvard's win over Columbia last Saturday to move to third on the Ivy League's all-time list. Former Princeton sharpshooter Brian Earl is second with 281.