This time last year, the Arizona men’s basketball team had just fallen to Bucknell on its home court in the first round of the NIT.
History will call it a blowout.
SALT LAKE CITY—The Harvard men’s basketball team surprised many by being back at EnergySolutions Arena on Friday for a press conference and closed practice.
SALT LAKE CITY—Though the Harvard men’s basketball team was 2,500 miles away from Cambridge on Thursday night, familiar chants of “I believe that we will win” filled Energy Solutions Arena as the clock wound down.
SALT LAKE CITY—When Harvard junior co-captain Laurent Rivard takes the court Thursday evening at EnergySolutions Arena, he will be following ...
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah—In the midst of Open Practice Day at EnergySolutions Arena, brackets are everywhere. From the posters on ...
SALT LAKE CITY—The Harvard men’s basketball team felt the absence of point guard Corbin Miller when it travelled to Miller’s hometown for the second round of the NCAA tournament.
With just over 24 hours to go until its second round NCAA Tournament matchup with No. 3 New Mexico, the No. 14 Crimson joined seven other West Region teams in an afternoon of press conferences and preparation.
The evolution of sophomore forwards Jonah Travis, Kenyatta Smith and Steve Mondou-Missi—who all averaged fewer than 14 minutes per game as freshmen—has been key to the Crimson’s late-season success. Though the three have developed distinct roles and identities, their playing time has been inexorably linked to each other’s success in a lineup that tends to employ four perimeter players, leaving space for one inside presence.
The Crimson opened the weekend with a win and split the remaining four contests to start its spring break road trip.
Hope Schwartz previews a possible tournament matchup against the Ohio State Buckeyes.
With 21 seconds on the clock on Saturday night, point guard Siyani Chambers closed the door on his first Ivy League season, clinching his first conference title and NCAA tournament berth.
On the way back from a tough road trip at Princeton and Penn, the Harvard men’s basketball beat writers convened ...
Taking the field for the first time this season, the Harvard softball team went 2-3 at the Florida Atlantic Classic.
On Friday, the Crimson suffered a loss at the hands of Jacksonville before rallying to top Ball State. Saturday went the same way, as Harvard dropped its morning game to Eastern Michigan but overcame the loss to beat host Florida Atlantic later in the day.