Men's Basketball


The New Main Man

Noah Kirkwood rises for a shot against Princeton. The sophomore guard has become Harvard's go-to scorer in the absence of Bryce Aiken, averaging over 15 points per game in the last nine.


Soft Touch for Kirk

Sophomore guard Noah Kirkwood scored 19 points in Saturday's win over Penn.


Forbes for Four

Sophomore forward Mason Forbes tallied four blocks in Friday's win over Princeton.


Clutch Noah

The Crimson has won 11 out of the last 12 games that have gone into overtime.


Ivy League Weekend Preview: What's at Stake for Men's Basketball

Five teams in the Ivy League are 5-3 or better. All five have reasonable hopes of challenging not only for a spot in the tournament but for at least a share of an Ancient Eight championship. Drama should abound these last three weeks, starting in Cambridge this weekend, where Harvard will welcome Penn and Princeton.


A Tight Race

Harvard's bench celebrates a three pointer in a blowout win over Cornell. The Crimson will hope for more performances like that one down the stretch.


Men's Basketball Sneaks Past Columbia in 2OT as History Repeats Itself

Harvard again entered a home matchup against one-win Columbia as a substantial favorite. But as was the case in both meetings last year, this was the furthest thing from a walk in the park for Harvard, which edged past the Lions 77-73 in double overtime.


Captain Kirk

Noah Kirkwood looks to make a play with Columbia's Tai Bibbs guarding him. Kirkwood came up huge in overtime, when he scored 10 of his team-high 22 points in Harvard's win.


Home at Last

Amir Mamdani takes a look at every game in the Ivy League this weekend as the Crimson will return home and look to make up ground in the standings.


Rob Doing it All

Senior forward Rob Baker led the team in scoring against Brown with 18 points.


Men's Basketball Survives Late Foul, Holds Off Yale 78-77

The free throw seemed like a formality, the next blow in what felt destined to become a crushing Harvard loss. But the Crimson’s streak of heartbreaking defeats would not reach three, as Azar Swain’s would-be game-tying free throw clanged off the front rim and out, allowing Harvard to escape Payne Whitney Gymnasium with a 78-77 victory on Friday evening.


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