Shown here in earlier action, junior Wesley Saunders led the team with 14 points in the first half. The Crimson holds a 36-30 lead over Rice
Junior wing Wesley Saunders, shown here in previous action, will likely be matched up against the Bearcats' leading scorer, Sean Kilpatrick, on Thursday.
Agunwa Okolie, shown here competing in October's Crimson Madness slam-dunk competition, came off the bench to shoot 6-for-7 from the field in Harvard's 94-86 win at Fordham on Saturday.
Pictured here in earlier action, junior Wesley Saunders and the Harvard Crimson won its tenth game in 11 tries against Vermont.
Seen here in earlier action, junior guard Wesley Saunders had six points as the Harvard basketball team won its sixth straight game.
Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of the Tata Group and a former student of the executive education program, donated $50 million to build Tata Hall, where many of Harvard Business School’s executive education students will now live and attend classes.
Junior guard and Los Angeles native Wesley Saunders poured in a game-high 25 points to go with five rebounds and five assists in men's basketball's 79-68 victory over Boston University on Saturday.
The junior guard was named the Most Outstanding Player of the Great Alaska Shootout, averaging over 14 points and eight rebounds for the tournament to lead Harvard to three consecutive victories.
Junior guard Wesley Saunders scored 20 points and added seven rebounds in the Crimson's semifinal win over Wisconsin-Green Bay. Saunders' performance earned him the Pete Gillen Mighty Moose Player of the Game award.
Junior guard Wesley Saunders scored 20 points and pulled down seven rebounds in the Crimson's semifinal win over Wisconsin-Green Bay. Saunders' performance earned him the Pete Gillen Mighty Moose Player of the Game award.
Junior forward Steve Moundou-Missi puts in two of his 20 points in Thursday night's win over Denver. The victory moved Harvard into the semifinals of the Great Alaska Shootout in Anchorage, Alaska, the first Ivy team to accomplish that feat in the 36-year history of the tournament.
Sophomore running back Paul Stanton Jr. had four touchdowns as Harvard cruised to a 34-7 win over Yale, its seventh straight.