Women's Basketball

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Jeannie Boehm will graduate with a degree in Economics in May.

Women's Basketball Halts Losing Streak Against Brown, Then Falls to Yale to Close Out Season

Harvard women's basketball halted a five-game losing streak with a 63-59 victory over Brown on Friday night. The Crimson then looked to carry this momentum into its season-ending contest with archrival Yale on Saturday but came up short in a close 60-58 Ivy League battle.

Women’s Basketball Drops Consequential Game to Cornell on Senior Night

The defeat extends the Crimson’s losing streak to five games and all but surely excludes Harvard (14-11, 5-7 Ivy) from a berth in the Ivy League Tournament — the first time the Crimson will not qualify since the tournament began three years ago.

One More Weekend

The Crimson fought until the last minute, but could not make up its deficit from a difficult first half.

Two Back

The Crimson now fall two games out of contention for the final seed in the Ivy Tournament.

Women's Basketball Loses Twice On the Road, Extending Losing Streak to Three

With postseason play fast approaching, Harvard faced a difficult road trip against the Ivy League’s top two teams this past weekend. After suffering a 66-45 loss Friday night to league-leading No. 25 Princeton, the Crimson struggled again Saturday in a 70-48 defeat to Penn.

Tough Trip

Sophomore Maggie McCarthy drives to the hoop against Penn in the first meeting between the two. Head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith wants the guard to shoot the ball more in the future.

Mulling the Drive

Lola Mullaney looks to drive in Harvard's big win over Penn earlier this season. She closed the season strong, scoring 33 points in the Crimson's final two games.

Women's Basketball Splits a Pair in New York

After a dominant 73-58 win over Cornell Friday night, Harvard (14-7, 5-3 Ivy) struggled to keep its momentum going into Saturday, ending its weekend trip with a dispiriting 89-64 loss to Columbia (13-8, 4-4).

Double-Double For the First Time

Sophomore guard Tess Sussman earned her first double-double of the season in Saturday's victory over Brown.

Women's Basketball Tops Previously-Undefeated Yale in Home Win

Harvard dealt Yale its first loss in Ivy League play this season at Lavietes Pavilion Friday evening, surpassing the Bulldogs by a final score of 66-57 in a game that featured four competitive quarters of action. Making an infrequent appearance in the Crimson’s (12-6; 3-2 Ivy) starting lineup, co-captain and junior forward Rachel Levy led Harvard’s charge against Yale (14-4; 4-1 Ivy) on both ends of the court. In 34 minutes of play — the most Levy has ever played in one game for the Crimson — she did it all.

Up High

Junior forward Rachel Levy finished with a career game against the Crimson's bitter rival, notching 14 points and grabbing an impressive 19 rebounds against Yale.

Crafting a New Identity: Women's Basketball Midseason Report

That first practice, in many ways, perfectly represented the tabula rasa from which Delaney-Smith, co-captains Levy and Mackenzie Barta, and the team’s veterans have had to mold and craft this brand-new team featuring five first-years and four new starters.

Lola on the Map

Lola Mullaney leads the team in scoring and three-pointers so far this season through 17 games.

At Home, Women's Basketball Bests Penn, Falls to Princeton

In two hard-fought contests, the Harvard women's basketball team took on Ivy League opponents Princeton and Penn. The Crimson split the two games, bringing its record to 11-6 (2-2 Ivy League) on the year.


Harvard senior Jeannie Boehm co-led the Crimson in scoring with 10 points during a 60-46 loss to Princeton on Saturday.

Women's Basketball Splits Pair with Dartmouth to Open Conference Play

To kick off Ancient Eight competition, the Crimson fell to Dartmouth in Hanover on Jan. 11. Harvard returned home to Cambridge on Jan. 25 and redeemed itself in a double digit victory against the Big Green. Though the Crimson (10-5, 1-1 Ivy) and Dartmouth (7-8, 1-1 Ivy) each came away with one win and one loss, Harvard surpassed the Big Green in aggregate scoring by 14 points by overcoming its last-second loss with a resounding win.

Boards Out of Her Mind

Crimson forward Jeannie Boehm had a career night in Harvard's first matchup with Dartmouth, grabbing an impressive 18 rebounds in the loss.

Splitting Its Pair of Contests, Women's Basketball Closes 2019 in Boca Raton

After finishing their final papers and exams in frosty Cambridge, members of Harvard Women’s Basketball flew down to Boca Raton to play in Florida Atlantic University’s Holiday Classic this past weekend, finishing 1-1. In addition to the Crimson, the tournament featured host FAU, Saint Joseph’s University, and Furman University.

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