After losing to Princeton in dramatic fashion, the Crimson awaits a bid to the National Invitational Tournament (NIT).
The Harvard men’s basketball team—which captured its first Ivy League title on Saturday—must win one more game to earn its first berth in the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament since 1946.
Any concern that Harvard men’s basketball would overlook Penn in anticipation of league-leader Princeton was wiped away in the first ...
Hide your kids. Hide your wife. And hide your husband, because the Ivy League is getting fratricidal this weekend. Judgment Week has come for the Ancient Eight.
PROVIDENCE, R.I.—It felt like Groundhog Day at the Pizzitola Sports complex on Friday.
Among all the Ivies, Yale and Brown, at least in my mind, are Harvard’s neighbors. The three New England universities ...
So often coach speak rings hollow. Teams talk about each person knowing his role or doing what it takes to win, while at the same time players are checking box scores and chasing personal accolades. But with the Harvard men’s basketball team, I’m beginning to believe the clichés.
After losing twice to Cornell a year ago, Harvard has returned the favor, winning at Newman Arena Friday night to complete the season sweep of the Big Red.
A comeback starts as a seed. It’s invisible. No one in the stands can see it. Most of them never germinate. Out-of-town scoreboards are littered with these unrealized comebacks: 10-point deficits that become 10-point losses.
Friday night’s game between Harvard men’s basketball and Yale carried big implications for the Ivy title race, but both teams’ ...
As almost half the conference schedule has elapsed, the time for a power ranking has come, and, in the spirit of spirits, each team is paired with its Cambridge bar doppelganger.
Princeton came up big against the Harvard men’s basketball team Friday night, quite literally.
The open road has always been an outlet for America’s wanderlust, unfolding before its people as a frontier of discovery and imagination. Of course, an hour into any trip, the road begins to lose its mystique.
A streaking Columbia team, having won eight of its last nine games, came into Lavietes Pavilion Friday night looking to ...
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