Harvard women’s basketball recorded its first road win in conference play, but came up a rebound and a basket short of recording its first road sweep and practically guaranteeing its chances of making the Ivy League tournament.
The Crimson has limped to a 1-7 road record, scoring merely 56 points per game, a paltry mark compared to the team’s 78 points per game averaged within the friendly confines of Lavietes Pavilion.
Harvard women’s basketball maintained its firm grip on first place in the Ivy League Saturday night, cruising to a 80-58 win over Cornell behind a double-double from freshman forward Jadyn Bush.
Harvard moved into second place in the Ivy League, thanks to a two-win weekend anchored by Friday night’s season high 97-point performance against rival Yale. The Crimson excelled from beyond the arc, in the paint, and in ball movement.
A crucial last second stop by Harvard women’s basketball preserved an 87-85 victory over Brown on Saturday evening in a game that featured no shortage of offense.
In its last non-conference matchup of the season, Harvard capitalized on 23-2 run in the first quarter to claim the nine-point victory over La Salle. The win, the first of six consecutive home games, maintains the Crimson's undefeated record in the newly renovated Lavietes Pavilion.
Riding a two-game win streak into its Ancient Eight opener, the women's basketball team failed to overcome Dartmouth's early lead, ultimately falling 63-56. Throughout the match, the Crimson committed 21 turnovers, tying its season-high.
Sometimes the scoreboard does not tell the whole story: That was the case for the Harvard women’s hockey team on Saturday afternoon. The Crimson skated past Princeton by a 4-1 tally in what was a much more tightly contested affair than the box score might suggest.
For the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team, an early season tune-up offered much promise for the potential that this 2017-2018 team could reach. Several Harvard swimmers attended the Texas Invitational in Austin, Texas, while some divers attended the Georgia Invitational in Athens, Ga.
In honor of an extended trip for men's basketball, a writer surveys the top tweets from Crimson players past and present.
Harvard women’s basketball headed to the University of Virginia to compete in the Cavalier Classic this past weekend, playing two tightly contested games in two days.
Although the match will have no significance on the Ivy League title race, the contest will mark the end of the career of seven graduating seniors.
Effectively removed from Ivy League title contention, the men’s soccer team will travel on Sunday to No. 25 Columbia in search of its second conference win in its final road match up.
Each sporting one loss, Columbia, Cornell, and Yale have the clearest path to a championship.
“I don’t think that I would be who I am today and where I am today if I hadn’t been exposed to rowing,” Hayes said.