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Sophomore forward Seth Towns sets up in triple threat position in the Feb 10. victory against Penn.
Having already clinched a first-round bye in the ECAC tournament, the Crimson embarks on its final regular season weekend looking to solidify the lines and build some momentum ahead of the off-week.
Junior forward Ryan Donato made his return to the lineup Friday night after putting forth a stellar performance in the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics.
Junior net-minder Michael Lackey was back between the pipes on Friday at Brown. The goalie situation for the Crimson remains unclear as the team heads into its final regular season game before the ECAC bye week.
In the middle frame, freshman blue-liner Reilly Walsh put home a rebound on the power play for his third goal in as many games.
Freshman forward Jack Badini notched a goal in Harvard's losing effort to Brown on Friday night
Forward Seth Towns was limited to nine points against Princeton but the sophomore did enough down the stretch to help Harvard pick up the 72-66 win.
Junior guad Corey Johnson intently storms down the court in the Crimson's victory against rival Yale.
The Harvard bench observes game action during its Feb. 17 victory against Yale. Auxiliary staff including team trainers, medical staff, strength coaches, and managers line the far end of bench.
Assistant Director of Strength & Conditioning Luke Osberg joined Harvard Athletics in August 2014 and now works as the primary strength coach for men's basketball.
The team prepares for tip-off in its Jan. 26 contest against Yale. 16 of the team's 19 players have made at least one start this season.
Freshman guard Rio Haskett logged four steals against Yale on Feb 17. The L.C. Bird graduate is averaging 15.1 minutes per game this season.
Bryan Doo looks on during a timeout against Penn on Feb. 17.
The men's tennis team grabbed second this weekend at the ECAC Championships this weekend.
Sophomore Amelia Henley prepares to serve in the team's CSA National Championship match against Trinity College on Sunday.