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Henry Zhu

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Looking Inside
Women's Basketball

Looking Inside

Junior guard Katie Benzan tallied 18 points in the contest to lead the Crimson.

Many M's
Women's Basketball

Many M's

First-year Maggie McCarthy earned late minutes in today's contest against Rutgers.

One of 10
Women's Basketball

One of 10

Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer earned her 1000th career win in November. In 2009, she was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Looking Inside
Women's Basketball

Despite Fourth-Quarter Efforts, Women's Basketball Falls to Rutgers

Despite the double-digit loss of 60-49 at the final buzzer, Harvard clawed its way back from a 14-point fourth quarter deficit through an invigorating 13-2 run.

First Start
Men's Basketball

First Start

Freshman guard Spencer Freedman earned his first career start in Saturday night's loss to Vermont.

Too Strong
Men's Basketball

Too Strong

Junior wing Justin Bassey led the team in scoring, but his final attempt to force overtime was too strong.

Shutout Number One
Women's Ice Hockey

Shutout Number One

Freshman goaltender Lindsay Reed earned her first career shutout in Friday night's victory over RPI.

Captain Kirk
Men's Basketball

Captain Kirk

First year guard Noah Kirkwood exploded for a career-high 20 points Wednesday night against Holy Cross.

Lefty Stick
Women's Ice Hockey

Lefty Stick

Senior forward Bradley Fusco has netted one goal this season.

Vicious Slam
Men's Basketball

A Positional Look into Harvard Men's Basketball Fortified Bench

A player-by-player breakdown of Harvard's deep bench this season.

Welsh Done
Men's Basketball

Welsh Done

Junior big Henry Welsh had a career-high 15 points against the Gaels on Saturday.

A Four-Pointer
Women's Ice Hockey

A Four-Pointer

Senior Lexie Laing had three assists and one goal in Tuesday's win over Holy Cross.

23 for 20
Men's Basketball

23 for 20

Junior wing Justin Bassey tallied a career-high 23 points against Rhode Island on Friday.

No Room
Men's Basketball

No Room

Junior forward Chris Lewis had a difficult night against the Rams, as he was hampered by foul trouble.

No Room
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Loses Last-Second Heartbreaker to Rhode Island

The 21st and final lead change in Harvard men’s basketball 76-74 heartbreaking loss to the University of Rhode Island Friday night came at the hands of sophomore guard Fatts Russell, who nailed a contested triple with just four ticks left in the game.

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