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'You Can't Say No': Allison Feaster '98 Joins Celtics Front Office

This past week, Boston Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge announced the hiring of the former Crimson standout as the team’s new director of player development.

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Back in Boston

Allison Feaster '98 will join the Boston Celtics as the new director of player development.

At the Helm
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Katie Benzan, Women's Basketball's Leading Scorer, Will Not Return to Team for Senior Season

Katie Benzan ‘20, Harvard’s point guard and leader in points and assists last season, will not return to the women’s basketball team for her senior season. “Katie has been a remarkable player in our program for three years,” head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith said in an emailed statement. “After much discussion with the coaching staff, she has decided to step away her senior year.”

At the Helm
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At the Helm

Senior guard and last years' leading scorer Katie Benzan will not return to the Crimson for her senior season.

Eyes Ahead
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Women's Basketball Falls to Georgetown in WNIT

After a dominant offensive start by the Hoyas, Harvard fell by double digits at the half. With a new defensive game plan and a switch to more inside scoring, the Crimson came back in the second half and took a one point lead before ultimately losing by a score of 70-65.

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Eyes Ahead

Junior guard Katie Benzan surveys the defense in the team's WNIT game against Georgetown.

Flick of the Wrist
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Women's Basketball Advances in WNIT, Defeating Drexel in Bounce-Back Effort

Harvard’s renewed confidence showed immediately in Friday night’s first-round win over Drexel, as it accelerated to a 20-point first quarter to complete a wire-to-wire, 69-56 victory.

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Strong Support

Coach Delaney-Smith praised the resilience of her team after a tough finish to the Ivy season.

Flick of the Wrist
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Flick of the Wrist

Madeline Raster was one of four Crimson players in double-digits on the evening.

Still Marchin' Ahead
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Still Marchin' Ahead

Senior Nani Redford saw two triples connect early in the third quarter.

Back at Lavietes, Again
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PREVIEW: Women's Basketball Hosts Drexel in WNIT

In Drexel (24-8, 14-4 CAA), Harvard is set to face another stifling defense. The Dragons have the best scoring defense in the country, as they concede just 49.9 points per game, making them the only team in the nation that allows under 50.

Back at Lavietes, Again
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Back at Lavietes, Again

The Crimson seeks to make the second round of the WNIT for the second time in three seasons.

A Tough One
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Women's Basketball Suffers Disappointing Ending to Ivy Season, Dropping to Penn

Harvard (16-13, 9-6 Ivy) dropped its semifinal contest against Penn (24-5, 13-2 Ivy) 91-62 at the Lee Amphitheatre this past Saturday night, exiting the Ivy League Tournament in the semifinals for the third consecutive year.

A Tough One
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A Tough One

Junior Katie Benzan scored 12 points in the loss to Penn, leading the team.

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LIVE: Women's Basketball Fights for First Appearance in Ivy Tournament FInal

Harvard women's basketball will face off against Penn on Saturday night, as it hopes to earn its first-ever appearance in the Ivy Tournament final.

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