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Henry Zhu

Henry Zhu is the Sports Chair of the 146th Guard. He can be reached at henry.zhu@thecrimson.com.

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A Fruitful Trip
Men's Basketball

COLUMN: A Fruitful Orlando Invitational for Men's Basketball

The Crimson do not come back to Boston with three wins, but in some ways have achieved a consolatory alternative.

Valiant Effort
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Falls Short In Upset Effort Over No. 5 Maryland, 80-73

Still-undefeated Maryland (7-0) took its first lead within three minutes of the second frame, and although the Aiken-led Crimson continued to fight tooth-and-nail, it could not withstand a 10-point spurt from Terps lead scorer Anthony Cowan that pulled the game away for Maryland.

Thanksgiving Matinee
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Takes Down Texas A&M, Booking Matchup with No. 5 Maryland

The Crimson now books itself a heavyweight bout with No. 5 Maryland tomorrow, a contest that will surely be a litmus test for a Harvard team with deep tournament aspirations.

Stringing it Together
Women's Basketball

Stritzel, Boehm Propel Women's Basketball Over Hartford

A breakout performance from first-year guard Annie Stritzel propelled the Crimson to a 53-44 victory over winless Hartford on Friday night as Harvard preserved its undefeated home record.

Stringing it Together
Women's Basketball

Stringing it Together

First-year Annie Stritzel scored 17 points on Friday night in a victory over Hartford.

Lola's Back
Women's Basketball

Lola's Back

First-year Lola Mullaney returned back to action for the Crimson after suffering an ankle injury against Cal on Nov. 9.

Toronto is Home 2
Men's Basketball

As Men’s Basketball Heads North, Two Journeys Come Full-Circle

But for Djuricic and Sakota, their relationship runs far deeper than merely sharing nearby Toronto as home.

Ledlum Limelight
Men's Basketball

Ledlum Limelight

Freshman Chris Ledlum drives to the basket on what would become a career-night.

First for Annie
Women's Basketball

First for Annie

Freshman guard Annie Stritzel scored her first points for the Crimson and finished the game with 7 points.

Making Her Mark
Women's Basketball

Making Her Mark

Sophomore guard Maggie McCarthy has been elevated to a starter this season after limited minutes her first season.

Barta-ring for Points
Women's Basketball

Barta-ring for Points

Captain Mackenzie Barta contributed a double-double with 10 points and 12 boards.

Bear Down
Women's Basketball

Bear Down

The Crimson celebrate after knocking off the Golden Bears for the second straight season.

Bittersweet
Women's Basketball

Bittersweet

First-year Lola Mullaney led the team in scoring but had to exit the game in the second half due to an ankle injury.

Pay for Play
Sports Features

NCAA Greenlights Players Profiting Off of Image: What's Next?

In an unprecedented move, the leaders of the NCAA unanimously approved to begin the process of altering current rules so that college athletes can profit off of their names, images, and likenesses. What will it mean for Harvard?

One Last Go At It
Men's Basketball

Rationalizing the 'Hype' for 2019-20 Harvard Men's Basketball

The 2019-20 Harvard men’s basketball program has the potential to be historic, but let’s allow that path to be more versatile and open-ended than a simple straight line upwards.

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