A 28-2 run helped the Harvard men's basketball team avenge last year's loss.
Four days after a 58-57 loss to Holy Cross knocked the Harvard men’s basketball team (1-1) out of the Top 25, the Crimson will retake the court against the Florida Atlantic Owls Thursday night (8:00 P.M., Lavietes Pavilion).
Behind each Harvard football game is a carefully orchestrated performance by the Harvard Athletic Department.
After the Harvard men’s basketball team (1-0) opened its season with a 21-point win over Cambridge neighbor MIT, it faces a stiffer challenge Sunday against Holy Cross in the Coaches v. Cancer tripleheader.
On Tuesday, Vermont Academy three-star guard Corey Johnson became the fourth player to join the Crimson’s class of 2015.
Revenge came a little too late for the Harvard men’s soccer team (11-4-2, 4-1-2 Ivy), which closed out its regular season with a 1-0 road victory over Penn (6-9-2, 2-3-1). The win left the Crimson eligible for the Ivy League title, but wins by Princeton and Dartmouth—which split the championship—pushed Harvard to a third-place finish.
In his first Bracketology prediction of the year, ESPN expert Joe Lunardi has placed the Crimson as a No. 6 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
A quick glance at revenue from basketball indicates Harvard is a much smaller program than its closest mid-major comparables.
The question is not has Harvard arrived, but where does it sit? With conference realignment and an ever-changing landscape; it is no longer ridiculous to ask the once-unthinkable question: Is Harvard now the country’s best mid-major?
As the men’s basketball team fights for its fifth consecutive Ivy League title, it is focused on maintaining internal standards, not living up to the expectations surrounding the program. With three returning All-Ivy starters, however, the only team that can stop Harvard is Harvard.
The reigning Ivy League Player of the Year continues to amass the preseason hardware.
The Harvard team battled Dartmouth to a 1-1 tie that left the Crimson alive in the Ivy League race, but no longer in control of its own destiny.
On the heels of its fourth straight conference championship, the Harvard men’s basketball team was selected in the Ivy League preseason media poll as the unanimous choice to finish first in the league for the 2014-2015 season, conference officials announced Wednesday.
Jeremy Lin ’10 nabbed the starting point guard job for the Los Angeles Lakers Monday after three competitors went down with injury.
The Crimson has won its last five non-conference games by a combined 11-goal margin.