Harvard men’s basketball assistant coach Yanni Hufnagel is leaving the Crimson for an assistant coaching position at Vanderbilt.
In the weeks since the Crimson bowed out of the NCAA tournament, life has been different for Webster.
Recently, the Ivy League and Harvard have prioritized preventing and treating concussions. But despite this, every year, the concussions keep coming.
The Harvard men's basketball team's Cinderella run came to an end Saturday in a blowout loss to Arizona in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Harvard men’s basketball team had plenty of opportunities to let this one slip away. And nobody would have blamed the Crimson if it had.
After the Harvard men's basketball team topped the University of New Mexico on Thursday night, it's time for the Crimson to turn its attention to its next opponent: the University of Arizona. To get the inside scoop on the Wildcats, we caught up with Kevin Zimmerman of Arizona Desert Swarm.
The University of New Mexico Lobos are back in the NCAA tournament for the second straight season, but this year seems to be different.
Before the Harvard men’s basketball team’s Thursday night matchup with New Mexico in the second round of the NCAA tournament, we caught up with J.R. Oppenheim from the New Mexico Daily Lobo to learn more about the Crimson’s opponent.
The Harvard men’s basketball team will face the University of New Mexico Thursday in Salt Lake City in its NCAA tournament opener.
For the second straight season, the Harvard men’s basketball team is going dancing.
“It hasn’t really hit me yet to be honest,” Webster said after the Crimson’s 65-56 victory over Cornell on Saturday night. “I couldn’t have drawn it up any better—leaving the gym right now knowing that we are going to the tournament, having won the championship outright. There’s no better way for me to leave this thing.”
On the way back from a tough road trip at Princeton and Penn, the Harvard men’s basketball beat writers convened ...
The Crimson returns to Cambridge needing its prayers answered to extend its season.
This weekend marks the last road stint for Harvard of the 2012-13 season. With games at Princeton and Penn on deck for this weekend, the Crimson has the chance to seal its place at the top of the Ivy League standings with back-to-back wins. The Crimson’s basketball beat writers answer five questions about this weekend’s match-ups.
The Ivy League championship is now the Harvard men’s basketball team’s to lose. The Crimson took a 1.5-game lead over Princeton in the Ancient Eight standings last weekend, downing Penn and the Tigers in back-to-back games for just the second time in four years.