In a low-scoring and gritty affair, Harvard men’s basketball kept its unbeaten streak in conference play through a 54-52 road victory against Yale Friday night.
Yale's season has been marred by injuries to key contributors, and Brown's rotation has a notable lack of height. However, Harvard will still face two formidable tests when it travels to face these league foes this weekend.
The Crimson needed overtime to deliver Tommy Amaker his 200th win at Harvard but was able to do so, topping Dartmouth, 62-57.
Following a disappointing performance in nonconference play, the Harvard men's basketball team shook off a test from visiting Dartmouth, 61-51, in its Ivy League opener on Saturday afternoon. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Crimson and was the team's third consecutive victory over the Big Green.
Despite an ugly, low-scoring performance Wednesday night, the Harvard men’s basketball narrowly squirmed its way to victory, defeating Fordham 47-45 in The Bronx, N.Y.
Despite a spirited late first-half run that saw the Crimson come within seven to close the period, the Harvard men’s basketball team was ultimately unable to bring the game to a close score late and fell 77-61 to Northeastern on the road.
The Harvard men's basketball team dropped its second consecutive road contest on Saturday afternoon, falling to Manhattan, 73-69. The Crimson fell behind early and managed to shoot just 38.3 percent from the field.
The Harvard men’s basketball team turned in an anomalous performance in its first road matchup of the season on Thursday night, falling to Holy Cross, 73-69, at the Hart Center in Worcester, Mass.
Aiken’s resounding shot certainly overshadowed the performance of another critical contributor to the Crimson victory, freshman guard Rio Haskett. Despite not scoring a single bucket in the contest, Haskett displayed extreme acuity on the defensive end, particularly in guarding Pipkins.
The season opener for the Harvard men’s basketball team was marked by inconsistency and lapses in attention. Nevertheless, Harvard’s raw talent proved to be its savior, as it edged MIT 73-64 on Friday night.
The penultimate weekend of play for the Harvard women’s volleyball team was marked by both excitement and disappointment as the Crimson found itself on both ends of upsets.
This year, three Crimson players hail from the province of Ontario: senior captain Chris Egi, junior guard Corey Johnson, and freshman forward Danilo Djuricic. Additionally, Amaker secured a verbal commitment this fall from Noah Kirkwood, a 6’6” guard from Kanata, Ontario
Lavietes Pavilion has officially re-opened. The Harvard men’s basketball team hosted the athletic complex’s welcome-back party with a new dose of energy on Friday at the seventh annual Crimson Madness.
Last weekend, the Harvard women’s volleyball team split its doubleheader, beating Penn and falling to Princeton. This week saw another split series. Coming off a strong performance on Friday against Brown, the Crimson was unable to withstand the conference-leading Yale.
In the first-to-three points structure that is college volleyball, games can last as short as one hour or as long as three hours. The Harvard women’s volleyball team (9-5, 4-1 Ivy League) saw both extremes this weekend, as it finished as the beneficiaries of a long five-set victory against Penn (7-7, 2-3) while suffering a quick three-set loss against Princeton.