Michael R. James
Two years ago, the praise would have been unimaginable. “That kid plays hard,” Michigan State coach Tom Izzo told reporters.
It took just five threes from four different Cornell players to bury the Harvard men’s basketball team. The Big Red
After the complete washout that was the Ivy title race last season, at least there’s an outside chance for some
Ask Harvard coach Frank Sullivan about his All-Ivy twin towers Matt Stehle and Brian Cusworth, and the praise seems endless.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.—It was an inauspicious start to a four-game Ivy road swing as the Harvard men’s basketball team fell
After a frantic five minutes in which Dartmouth shaved a nine-point halftime deficit to just three, Big Green freshman Alex
The injury report produced some good and bad news for the Harvard men’s basketball team yesterday. Junior guard Jim Goffredo,
ALBANY, N.Y.--The Harvard men’s basketball team needed a new three-point specialist, and it found one from an unlikely source. With
The five-game winning streak that got everyone talking has faded to a rather pedestrian 5-3 mark. And if the Harvard
It took a near-perfect performance to finally end the Harvard men’s basketball team’s perfect start. Behind guard Justin Chirea’s 7-for-10
Like Brown running back Nick Hartigan, Around the Ivy League caught fire last week, nailing four of the five contests,
Difficult. Frustrating. No fun. Those were the words used to describe the Crimson’s 2003-04 campaign, during which Harvard lost a
The paths were different, but the results were the same. The Harvard women’s water polo team closed its 2005 campaign
The graveyard of Crimson hopes was packed with the all-too-familiar tombstones—the Wente heave, the double-overtime heartbreaker at Jadwin, the misses