Cambridge has coffee shops and banks. Lexington has college bars and fraternities. In this city of 300,000 people, Kentucky basketball transcends the walls of Rupp Arena into the school and the local shops. To find fans of Harvard athletics, on must search a little harder.
Sophomore guard Bryce Aiken squares up against Kentucky counterpart Quade Green in Saturday's contest against the No. 7 Wildcats. Aiken and the Crimson had Green on lock this weekend, as the Philadelphia native mustered just one basket in his lowest-scoring performance all season.
Sophomore forward Seth Towns paced Harvard in the Crimson's 79-70 loss to Kentucky on Saturday afternoon. The Columbus, Ohio native finished the contest with 25 points, six rebounds, and three assists.
he Crimson didn’t have a historic performer this season, although Booker and Shelton-Mosley provided highlights. The seven All-Ivy awards marked the lowest Harvard total since 1998, when the Crimson finished below .500 for the last time.