On a night where tipoff was delayed 15 minutes by Columbia’s Senior Day ceremonies, it was Harvard’s original class of 2015 that shined strongest.
Up seven with just under two minutes to go, the Cornell basketball team committed the cardinal sin: fouling a three-point shooter. The first free throw clanged off the iron. The gym got louder. Miller took a deep breath but missed the second. And then the third.
After starting its New York road trip with a loss to Cornell, the Crimson looks to bounce back against Columbia.
Last weekend brought some more clarity to the Ivy League title picture. Now, David Freed breaks down this weekend's games.
After its thrilling come-from-behind win against Princeton, the Harvard men’s basketball team (19-5, 9-1 Ivy) stands alone atop the Ancient Eight. Here’s what other outlets have been saying about the Ancient Eight race as it heads towards its conclusion:
As the Crimson kicks off its stretch run this weekend—Saturday starts a stretch of four straight games against the rest of the league’s top five—no player will be more important to its success than junior co-captain Siyani Chambers. And when it comes time to finish, the ball will be in his hands.
After seasons of futility against Princeton and Penn, the script has flipped for the Harvard men's basketball team.
Junior co-captain Siyani Chambers's jumper with 2.9 seconds remaining pushed the Crimson past Columbia in a 72-68 win Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion.
Looking for its 20th win in its last 22 games at home, the Crimson hosts Cornell at 4 p.m. Saturday. The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on.
The Tigers will be in must-win mode when they host the Bulldogs on Saturday.
With the Crimson needing two wins to regain its spot atop the conference, senior wing Wesley Saunders stepped up Friday and Saturday night.
Harvard-Yale is back, and this time Lee Corso is not coming with it.
After giving up 72 points to Princeton on Friday, the Crimson tied its season best in points allowed Saturday night, cruising to a 63-38 victory over the Quakers.
A year after snapping a 24-game losing streak in Princeton, the Crimson notched back-to-back wins in Jadwin for the first time since 1984-1985 with a victory over the host Tigers on Friday night.
The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard goes to the Palestra to take on Penn.