NCAA Tournament 2013

Assembling the Team

The Harvard men's basketball team gathers during a timeout of their opening game of the 2013 NCAA tournament. After winning the Ivy League regular season title, Harvard will return to the Dance next week.

Almost Sweet

There were a series of indelible images from the Harvard men’s basketball team’s (20-10, 11-3 Ivy) 68-62 victory over New Mexico—its first NCAA tournament win and a victory 377 years in the making.

Co-captain Christian Webster warms up before the Harvard men's basketball team's matchup against the University of Arizona in the third round of the NCAA tournament.

Sophomore wing Wesley Saunders was held to just four points on one-of-seven shooting in the first half of the Harvard men's basketball team's matchup with the University of Arizona. At the half, the 14th-seeded Crimson trails the Wildcats, 40-22.

NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Unable to Overcome Early Cold Streak Against Arizona

The 14th-seeded Cinderella was overmatched physically and talent-wise on both sides of the ball by six-seeded Arizona, which dominated en route to a 74-51 victory in the NCAA Tournament’s third round.

Arizona Looking To Repeat Past Tournament Successes

This time last year, the Arizona men’s basketball team had just fallen to Bucknell on its home court in the first round of the NIT.

After Historic Run, Men's Basketball Falls To Arizona, 74-51

The Harvard men's basketball team's Cinderella run came to an end Saturday in a blowout loss to Arizona in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

Harvard sophomore Wesley Saunders turned down offers from the Pac-12's Colorado and USC to join the Crimson. On Saturday, Saunders and the Crimson will take on the Pac-12's Arizona Wildcats.

Harvard-Arizona: By The Numbers

Before the game against Arizona on Saturday (6:10 EDT, TNT), The Back Page brings you a quick ‘By the Numbers’ preview about what to look for against the Wildcats.

NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Continues Surprising Run

SALT LAKE CITY—Though the Harvard men’s basketball team was 2,500 miles away from Cambridge on Thursday night, familiar chants of “I believe that we will win” filled Energy Solutions Arena as the clock wound down.

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