Women's Basketball


Former Harvard Basketball Star McKenzie Forbes ’23 Selected in WNBA Draft

Former Harvard women’s basketball star McKenzie Forbes ’23, who played two seasons for the Crimson before finishing her career at USC, was selected in the third round of the WNBA draft on Tuesday night. Forbes’ selection makes her the third Crimson player in school history to be selected in the draft, joining Temi Fagbenle ’15 and Alison Feaster ’98.


As NIL Collectives Change Collegiate Sports, Harvard Lags Behind

As colleges and universities across the country have embraced name, image, or likeness collectives and supported alumni-led efforts to provide financial support for players, Harvard and its fellow Ivy League schools have refused to follow suit.


Harvard’s Comeback Bid Falls Short as It Loses 63-61 to Columbia in Ivy League Semifinal

Harvard women’s basketball team looked to upset Columbia on home court and punch a ticket to the Ivy League championship game, but its fourth quarter comeback was too little, too late as the Crimson lost 63-61 to the Lions on Friday.


Women’s Basketball Drops Pair of Road Games

The Harvard women’s basketball team (15-11, 8-5 Ivy) dropped both games of its double-header this past weekend, falling to Princeton (22-4, 12-1) 60-49 and Penn (15-11, 7-6) 69-67. Despite the weekend’s setback, the Crimson remains in third place in the conference.


Women’s Basketball Clinches Bid to Ivy Tournament

The final game of Harvard women’s basketball's (15-9, 8-3 Ivy League) three game homestand, which coincided with the team’s senior night, provided the team with a critical win-and-in matchup against the fourth-seeded Brown Bears (14-10, 5-6) for a spot in the Ivy League Tournament.


Women’s Basketball Splits Home Matchups vs. N.Y. Rivals

Coming off back-to-back wins, Harvard women’s basketball (14-9, 7-3 Ivy) looked to continue its winning ways, playing host to a pair of New York rivals in Cornell (7-15, 1-9) and Columbia (18-5, 9-1). However, this weekend’s homestand ended with the same result as two weeks earlier, a 74-51 thrashing of the Big Red followed by an excruciating 71-63 defeat to the Lions.


Women's basketball vs. Cornell

Saniyah Glenn-Bello goes for a lay-up in a bout with the Cornell Big Red.


Harvard Splits New York Matchups, Moves to Third Place in Ivy league

This weekend presented the Crimson with a key opportunity to solidify its spot in the Ivy League Tournament coming this March. Harvard fought valiantly in a tough matchup against Columbia before ultimately succumbing in a 82-70 defeat, snapping Harvard’s three-game win streak. The Crimson recovered from the setback, besting the Big Red 63-52 to earn third place outright in the Ivy League.


Harvard Women’s Basketball Beats the Bulldogs in New Haven on Rivalry Weekend

Following a dominant performance against the University of Pennsylvania’s Quakers last weekend, the Crimson continued its winning streak in New Haven on Saturday afternoon, securing a victory against the Yale Bulldogs (4-14, NCAA, 1-4 Ivy League) by a final score of 61-52.


Women's basketball vs. BC

Junior Harmoni Turner takes the basketball out vs. BC.


Harvard Women’s Basketball Defeats UPenn at Home Behind Strong Performances from Krupa and Turner

On Saturday, the Harvard women’s basketball team defeated the University of Pennsylvania (10-7, 2-2 Ivy) by a decisive 13 points, 69-56. The Crimson (10-7, 3-1 Ivy) was powered by its typical leading scorers, sophomore Katie Krupa and junior Harmoni Turner.


Harvard Falls to Princeton 72-49 At Home, Now 1-1 in Ivy League Play

Harvard women’s basketball (8-7, 1-1) dropped its first conference game of the 2023-2024 season in a 23-point blowout loss to Princeton.


Back in the Lineup, Harmoni Turner Sparks Harvard Women’s Basketball to 73-54 Win Over Yale

The 73-54 victory over the Yale Bulldogs marked a strong start to the Crimson’s Ivy League campaign and a roaring return for Harvard’s star junior guard Harmoni Turner.


Harvard Finds its Rhythm, Opens Season 5-2

The Harvard women’s basketball team returned to Cambridge this week after three straight road games took them to Texas and then California for the Coast 2 Coast San Diego Classic. Staying in New England for a few weeks, the team is confident that its momentum will only continue to build – no matter their matchups.


Stop the Madness

Then-first-year guard Elle Stauffer attempts a three-pointer against then-first-year guard Elena Rodriguez in Harvard’s annual Crimson Madness game on Oct. 15, 2021.


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