Road to China

Crimson falls to Stanford in China

Corey Johnson ‘20 was unable to get it going from the three point line against Stanford for the Crimson. The Crimson fell to Stanford during the Pac-12 China game, with a final score of 80-70.

NOTEBOOK: Freshmen Make Impact, Point Looks Strong in Loss to Cardinal

It was a day of new faces as the Crimson took on Stanford in Shanghai—new players in Harvard’s top-10 recruiting class, new starters from the newest group of upperclassmen, and new fans as Harvard and the Pac-12 seek to expand the strength and quality of university sports in China.

Men's Basketball Drops Shanghai Opener to Stanford, 80-70

Stanford's Reid Travis stole the show, leading all players with 24 points and 17 rebounds in what was the regular season opener for both teams as the Cardinal claimed a 80-70 victory over the Crimson.

Pac-12 Network Combines with AliSports to Broadcast Pac-12 Global Initiative

A typical Harvard men’s basketball game at Lavietes Pavilion garners a few hundred fans, and swells in Ivy play. But for the Crimson’s season opener against Stanford in Shanghai on Saturday (Friday at 11 PM EST), the team will be performing for a much larger audience.

Main Panel

FUSC's Liguo Yang, PAC-12 commissioner Larry Scott, and Alisports CEO Zhang Dazhong (from left to right).

Men's Basketball to Open Season in Shanghai Against Stanford

The Harvard men’s basketball team will begin its regular season and cap off its week-long trip to Shanghai with a matchup with arguably its most challenging nonconference foe, as the Crimson will take on Stanford on Saturday afternoon at Mercedes-Benz Arena.

Zena Edosomwan

After Chambers tore his ACL early in the year, the big question for the Crimson was who the offense was going to come from. Enter Edosomwan.

Matt Fraschilla

When Chambers went down with an ACL injury before the season started, Fraschilla was the main expected beneficiary. Things went downhill quickly, however.

Corbin Miller

Miller took a couple of small steps forward in 2015-2016, shifting into more of a point guard role for the Crimson.

Siyani Chambers

Coming into the 2015-2016 season, Chambers—a three-year starter at the game's most important position—was expected to be the senior leader on a team that had just lost four rotation players (including its best player, Wesley Saunders '15) to graduation. The fantasy evaporated as quickly as it started.

Andre Chatfield

Chatfield comes into 2016-2017 as a rare and favorable archetype: the veteran in a position of need.

Chris Egi

In his second year in Cambridge, Egi continued to progress. After getting spot minutes as a freshman, the big man became the primary backup to then-junior center Zena Edosomwan.

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