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Letter to the Community: Harvard Coach Tommy Amaker

Coach Amaker thanks the Crimson fans for their support throughout the year

Tommy Amaker led the Harvard men's basketball team to its fourth consecutive NCAA tournament in his eighth year at the helm.
Tommy Amaker led the Harvard men's basketball team to its fourth consecutive NCAA tournament in his eighth year at the helm. By Robert F Worley
By Tommy Amaker, Contributing Writer

Dear Harvard Community,

On behalf of our basketball program, thank you again for the incredible support that you have shown to our basketball team all season long—and particularly as our season finished with the Ivy Playoff game and NCAA Tournament trip!   It was an amazing and exciting journey, and we know you were with us every step of the way.  We feel privileged to be a part of this community with you, and we were honored to represent Harvard over the past weeks.

We were thrilled to have so many Harvard friends with us in Jacksonville for the NCAA game, and we were especially moved by the Harvard turnout in the Palestra for the Ivy Playoff!  It felt like a Harvard home game, and we can’t thank you enough for making the trip to be a part of that special moment with us.

To the band, cheer teams, faculty, staff and all members of the Harvard Community, THANK YOU for making this another incredibly exciting and historic season, as we made our 4th consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance and claimed our 5th consecutive Ivy League title.  Thank you for being an invaluable part of our team!

As always, a very special THANK YOU to our students!  They continue to fight for our team in a positive manner that is truly representative of this great institution.  I continue to be very proud of what you do—and how you do it.  And again, we can’t thank you enough for inspiring us to victory in Philadelphia this year!

Congratulations!!  Thank you!!  And Go Crimson!

Coach Tommy Amaker

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