Powered by a 26-2 second half run, the Dartmouth men's basketball team snapped an 11-game losing streak to the Crimson Saturday afternoon at Lavietes Pavilion.
The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard looks to maintain its perfect home record against Dartmouth.
Harvard will take the road again in its final nonconference matchup of the season Tuesday night against Bryant. The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on.
Four days after a dispiriting loss to Boston College, the Harvard men’s basketball team scored what may have been its biggest win of the season Sunday afternoon with a commitment from Chris Lewis of Milton High School.
Putting together three separate streaks of eight or more unanswered points, the Harvard men’s basketball team used a balanced scoring attack to put away Bryant late for a 66-57 victory on Tuesday.
With a 64-57 overtime decision that saw the Eagles blow the Crimson off the court for two five-minute stretches and struggle to score in the other 35, Jim Christian’s squad snapped a three-game skid and handed Harvard its third road loss in five contests.
The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard, winners of three straight following back-to-back road losses, takes on its crosstown rival in its penultimate non-conference matchup.
The Crimson rode lockdown defense and a strong performance from sophomore guard Corbin Miller to a 57-46 victory on the road.
The Harvard men’s basketball team (9-3) righted the ship Monday with a 46-point thrashing of Saint Rose—the team’s largest-ever victory under coach Tommy Amaker—but faces a bigger challenge in Hanover, NH as it starts conference play Saturday against Dartmouth.
Here at The Back Page, we have asserted before that with a little help from our friend degrees of separation, we can prove that Harvard actually should be the one playing in the national championship game Monday.
The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard aims to kick off 2015 with a victory over Saint Rose, a team that has never faced a Division I opponent in regular season competition.
After losses to Virginia and Arizona State the Crimson rebounded against Grand Canyon to the tune of 52 percent shooting from the field and 50 percent from three.
After a blowout of historic proportions, the Harvard men's basketball team looks to rebound Sunday in Tempe, Ariz.
The 76-27 loss to the University of Virginia (11-0) is the second-worst that the Crimson has suffered under the tenure of head coach Tommy Amaker. In the first half, where the Crimson scored just eight points, Harvard made five percent of its field goals—a figure lower than the school’s 5.6 percent admissions rate.