Crimson staff writer

Timothy J. Walsh

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NOTEBOOK: Stellar Play in Opening Half Propels Crimson Over Penn

Any concern that Harvard men’s basketball would overlook Penn in anticipation of league-leader Princeton was wiped away in the first ...

NOTEBOOK: Crimson Overcomes Defensive Lapses

PROVIDENCE, R.I.—It felt like Groundhog Day at the Pizzitola Sports complex on Friday.

Ancient Eight Locals to Meet

Among all the Ivies, Yale and Brown, at least in my mind, are Harvard’s neighbors. The three New England universities ...

Crimson Boasts Balanced Lineup

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.

Ancient Eight Favorites Emerge

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.