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Taking Time Off
Men's Basketball

Taking Time Off

The last time Aiken took the floor was against Columbia in Feb. 2018, when the point guard could not play through a knee injury that had bothered him for much of the calendar year.

The Return: Aiken Edition
Men's Basketball

The Return of Bryce Aiken

The star point guard for Harvard Basketball had been sidelined for nearly a full calendar year due to offseason knee surgery. Finally, Bryce Aiken made his return on MLK Day.

Bassey Ball
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Rolls to 84-71 MLK Day Win at Howard

Harvard will hope that Monday afternoon’s victory is a harbinger of things to come, and will catalyze the team leading up to a Saturday rematch with Dartmouth at Lavietes Pavilion.

Paying Respect
Men's Basketball

A Voice Beyond the Court for Harvard Basketball

A critical component of the student-athlete experience under the decade-plus leadership of coach Tommy Amaker is grounded upon exposure to important social advocacy issues ranging from education to racial justice.

Skinner Staredown
Women's Basketball

Skinner Staredown

Senior captain Sydney Skinner stares down her defender in the Crimson's December matchup with Rutgers.

A Bright Spot
Men's Basketball

Threes, Knight Lead Dartmouth Over Men's Basketball in Ivy Opener Loss

Defeating Harvard in the Ancient Eight opener for the first time in 12 seasons, Dartmouth walked off Leede Arena on Saturday night to a standing ovation in its 81-63 rout of the Crimson.

The Dean Dome
Men's Basketball

In Photos: A Trip to Chapel Hill for Harvard Men's Basketball

Step back into Harvard's Jan. 2 contest at Chapel Hill against No. 15 UNC with this photo narrative.

Sea of Carolina Blue
Men's Basketball

Harvard Men's Basketball Overwhelmed by No. 15 UNC

The Crimson fought valiantly but could not withstand a second-half push from the Tar Heels.

Passing Form
Men's Basketball

Passing Form

Point guard Spencer Freedman has been a dangerous weapon from three alongside his passing acuity.

Back in Rival Territory
Men's Basketball

PREVIEW: Men's Basketball Visits Chapel Hill to Challenge No. 15 UNC

Back on familiar enemy territory, coach Tommy Amaker will attempt to engineer another Ivy League upset at a ranked opponent.

Tongue Out
Men's Basketball

Tongue Out

Junior forward Henry Welsh started again in this afternoon's contest and made the highlight reel with a breakaway dunk.

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.

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