After a loss to in-state opponent Boston College, the Harvard men’s basketball team dropped its third consecutive game on Sunday afternoon, 69-56. The loss comes just days after falling to UMass on Tuesday.
After ending the weekend with a loss in Providence, the Crimson fell again Tuesday, losing to UMass, 69-63. Cold shooting—Harvard shot just 35 percent from the floor—and defensive matchups forced Amaker to try out new lineups, but the adjustments were not enough to come away with the victory.
After an offseason full of questions, the Harvard men’s basketball team (1-0) finally began to get some answers when it took down crosstown rival MIT in the season opener at Lavietes Pavilion, 59-39.
While the Crimson got its first taste of game action last weekend in an exhibition against McGill, the team will tip off the official season Friday night against the Engineers under the banners of its five consecutive Ivy Title banners in Lavietes Pavilion.
In a public exhibition game Saturday afternoon, the Harvard men’s basketball team struggled to dispatch McGill, surviving as a Jenning Leung desperation three clanked of the rim. Instead of heading to overtime, the Crimson walked away from Lavietes Pavilion with a 66-63 victory.
Losing nearly 70 percent of its scoring from last year, the team needs someone to become an offensive focal point. Replacing Chambers is no small task, so who will lead this young Harvard team? Coach Tommy Amaker and Harvard have an answer: Evan Cummins.
With the season about to tip off, the Harvard men’s basketball team is working to answer the question on everyone’s mind: What will the team do without Siyani Chambers?
The Crimson is one of three Division I teams that reached the NCAA Tournament and also received the award.
The Harvard men’s basketball schedule for the upcoming season is out, and it features marquee matchups against Kansas, Providence, and potentially New Mexico.
She may have hung up her Crimson jersey, but college basketball has not seen the last of Temi Fagbenle ’15.
Senior wing Wesley Saunders averaged 16.6 points, 6.1 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per game this season, capping his career with a 26-point performance against North Carolina in the NCAA tournament.
From aikikai to archery, water polo to wushu, Harvard club sports run the gamut of interests, experience, and athletic skill levels found across campus.
The men’s swimming and diving team’s season came to an end this weekend as two final competitors participated in the NCAA Championships in Iowa.
In the Zone A Championships, Mosca competed in both the three-meter and one-meter events. He placed well enough to move on to the NCAA Championships in both events.
The Crimson capped off a four-game win streak in its final game of the season Saturday night as Harvard defeated Brown by a score of 76-69.