Crimson staff writer
Timothy J. Walsh
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 ...
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.