David Freed

Au Rivard
Men's Basketball

Yale, Handsome Dan Stand in Way of Tournament Berth

With one week left in the Ancient Eight season, ATI columnist David Freed reflects on one of the greatest by-products of the Harvard-Yale rivalry.

IT'S RAINING THREES
Men's Basketball

Harvard Tops Columbia, Secures Share Of Ivy League Championship

The Crimson (24-4, 11-1 Ivy) became the first team since Penn in the mid-90’s to clinch at least a share of four straight league titles.

Beef Curry
Notebooks

NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Overcomes Slow Start on Senior Night

For the opening spurt of its game against Cornell, the Harvard men’s basketball team played like the last—not first—place team.

Men's Basketball

Ancient Eight Prepares for Stretch Run, Senior Days

Do you remember the first game of the season, when this Cornell team was up eight at halftime on Syracuse? Me neither.

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Men's Basketball

Frankowski Leads Columbia in Win Against Yale

There must be something in the Sunday brunches of Columbia junior Steve Frankowski.

Notebooks

NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Makes History Against Killer P's

Saturday’s 59-47 win against Princeton (15-8, 3-6) at Jadwin Gymnasium marked the first time in history that Harvard has gone 4-0 in the season series against Penn and Princeton. The Killer P’s, whom Amaker called the “gold standard” of Ivy League basketball on Friday night, were outscored by 68 points across the four meetings.

Pocket Pass
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Routs Quakers Again, 83-63

For the second time in four weeks, the Harvard men’s basketball team (21-4, 8-1 Ivy) rolled over the Penn Quakers (6-16, 3-5), this time by a 20-point margin at the Palestra, 83-63. After a three-point loss to Penn in the teams’ last meeting of 2013, the Crimson has outscored its Pennsylvania rivals by 50 points in the team’s two meetings this season.

Columns

Bringing the Beanpot to Boston Basketball

Heading into this weekend, there is an abundance of important men’s basketball storylines to follow in the Ancient Eight. After hanging on by the skin of its teeth last week against Princeton, can Yale continue its stellar play on the road? Can Harvard take down Princeton in Jadwin for the first time since the Game Boy was released? Will Cornell get its second win against Division I competition? What DOES the fox say?

Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Falls in Finals of ECAC Championships

The top-seeded Crimson dropped just one match en route to the championship round but was swept by the second-seeded Lions.

Previews

Tied for First, Men's Basketball Heads to New York

Fresh off a 74-67 loss to Yale, the Crimson (18-4, 5-1 Ivy) must bounce back as it heads to the Empire State this weekend for its first pair of conference road games.

Columbia At the Half
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Sneaks Past Columbia in Double Overtime

With the score tied at 73 and less than 20 seconds left in overtime, Columbia forward Alex Rosenberg gathered a pass at the top of the key. Staring down his defender, Harvard co-captain Laurent Rivard, Rosenberg watched the clock tick away, bleeding it out for the final possession.

Kyle Casey #30 v. Yale
Men's Basketball

Yale Snaps Men's Basketball's 20-Game Winning Streak at Lavietes

Despite forcing 19 turnovers, the Harvard men’s basketball team (18-4, 5-1 Ivy) could not get stops when it needed to in a 74-67 loss to Yale (11-9, 5-1). After the Crimson came within four with seven minutes to go, the Bulldogs scored on four of five possessions to go up by 11.

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Previews

Men's Basketball Prepares to Host Brown and Yale

While the Crimson went 4-0 against the two teams last year, only one of the wins—a 65-47 triumph over the Bears—came in double digits.

Op-Eds

The Extra Point

Instead of getting rid of the extra point altogether or even making it more challenging, we should go back a century, when position players handled the placekicking.

Men's Volleyball

Men's Volleyball Earns First Win Over MIT

The Crimson notched its first win, 3-1, over the MIT Engineers Saturday night behind 20 blocks, more than the team recorded in any game in each of the previous two seasons.

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

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

Awkward Eye Contact
Columns

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