David Freed

Men's Basketball

Brandyn Curry Signs With Agent

Co-captain Brandyn Curry takes the first step towards a professional career by signing with an agent.

Softball

BU Ends Softball's Win Streak at 18

After seeing its 18-game winning streak snapped in a 2-1 loss to Boston University (26-18, 8-4 Patriot League), the Harvard softball team (27-12, 13-0 Ivy) was quick to turn the page.

Chambers
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Appears in a Variety of Preseason Rankings

Siyani vs. MSU
Notebooks

NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Overcomes Early Struggles, Falls Late

After winning its first game in the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year, the Harvard men’s basketball team will once again bow out of the Dance before the Sweet Sixteen.

Amaker Presser
Men's Basketball

Spike in Tournament Play Indicates Conference Improvement

Let’s be clear, Saturday isn’t just a big day for Harvard; it’s a big day for the Ivy League.

Izzo Presser
Men's Basketball

Michigan State Brings Balanced, Sharp Shooting Team to Spokane

Michigan State plays in the mold of its coach as a tough defensive team with a host of rugged post defenders that clean up the defensive glass.

Free Throw
Men's Basketball

Head to Head: How Harvard and Michigan State Match Up

Harvard will need the assertive Saunders early and often in Saturday’s matchup. He must succeed on both sides if he and his team are to emerge victorious.

UP NEXT
Men's Basketball

Cincinnati Poses Tough Test For Crimson

Harvard will face Cincinnati in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday in Spokane, Wash.

SAUNDING OFF
Men's Basketball

Head to Head: How Harvard and Cincinnati Match Up

Both teams’ hopes rest on their respective stars being able to shut down the other while continuing to contribute on the offensive end. Harvard and Cincinnati are just 11-8 when their stars make less than 35 percent of their shots, and a combined 42-2 otherwise.

Amaker Presser
Men's Basketball

Amaker Dismisses Rumors of Departure

Twenty-four hours before the biggest game of his season, Harvard men’s basketball coach Tommy Amaker dismissed any discussion of his name in connection with the recently vacated Boston College head coaching job.

ON THE TABLE
Men's Basketball

ON THE TABLE

ON THE TABLE
Men's Basketball

Mixed Opponents Wait for the Crimson

All the major bracket projections—ESPN, USA Today, and CBS Sports—have the Harvard men’s basketball placed as either an 11 seed or a 12 seed in the NCAA Tournament. With that in mind, one can look at eight possible Crimson opponents using the most recent five and six seeds in ESPN bracketologist Joe Lunardi’s latest bracket.

Season Recap 2
Men's Basketball

Thirty Games in, Harvard is Still Marching

After adding the returning All-Ivy senior talents and top-100 recruit freshman Zena Edosomwan, the murmurs were not of the Crimson winning the Ivy League, but of going undefeated.

Op-Eds

Let's Talk About Six

The growth of populism and political brinksmanship in Washington have prompted the need for a president free of the burden of re-election.

Assembling the Team
Scrutiny

Recruiting A Dynasty

To create a league power, Tommy Amaker had to navigate league rules to pry kids from the major programs who could offer them scholarships and automatic admissions. This process began in living rooms rather than locker rooms, with pitches to top high school players who could help redefine what it meant to be a Harvard basketball player. In order to create “a program worthy of the Harvard brand,” Amaker has maneuvered the complicated Ivy League system with creative tactics, some of which have incited criticisms.

House Art Cover Wallpaper
Visual Arts

Art House

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

Johnston Gate Arts Cover
Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance