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.
A highly-anticipated 2019-2020 season kicked off Friday with the Crimson's annual fan event.
Junior Fernando Docters dribbles carefully upfield in a previous contest. The third year aided the Crimson’s first goal of the season this weekend in an assist to sophomore Alfred Perez against Vermont.
This past week, Boston Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge announced the hiring of the former Crimson standout as the team’s new director of player development.
Sophomore defender Lara Schenk looks to find a teammate as she is pursued by an opposing striker. The Seelze, Germany native helped Harvard to its first clean sheet of the season as it cruised past Quinnipiac 3-0 on Wednesday.
A stalwart in front of the net, the former England U-18 team captain immediately solidified herself as one of the best at her position across the NCAA.
With strong support systems on “both sides of the river”, these seniors believe more student-athletes can pursue a thesis while continuing to excel on the field.
By season’s end the Ivy League had bestowed seven such honors, enough to surpass a program record held by Siyani Chambers ‘16-17 and Dan Clemente ‘01.
While a significant number of ‘08-09 Crimson athletes had at least brief careers as professional athletes, just 11 — slightly over one percent — still are.
In fact, the second game in this best-of-three series was so resoundingly one-sided that it was the first-ever mercy rule game in the history of the Ivy League Championship.
On Sunday afternoon, the Dallas Cowboys announced the signing of Harvard senior and undrafted free agent Larry Allen Jr.
The 20-year-old Homegrown Player — who hails from nearby Wayne, Pa., — subbed in for starting goalkeeper Andre Blake about 10 minutes into the second half after Blake suffered a groin injury.
Freese cemented his spot as the Crimson's starting keeper in his sophomore season.
Woods' impressive performance at the Masters marks his first major championship since 2008.
On Tuesday evening, Harvard men's basketball honored its six outgoing seniors and announced its captains for the upcoming 2019-2020 campaign.