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David Manikas

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The New York Connection: Idan Tretout and Chris Ledlum's Journeys to Harvard

For a team as geographically diverse as the men’s basketball team, it is always fascinating to see whether the incoming recruiting class adds to the vast spectrum of hometowns already on the team.  This year’s freshman class did just that, contributing yet another place to the Ontarios and Californias corresponding to almost half of the roster. This year’s freshman class included a state that surprisingly enough has not been seen under the “hometown” column since the 2010-11 season.


Men’s Basketball Shuts Down Columbia to Start Last Regular Season Road Trip

Embodying the “next man up” mentality, Rio Haskett stepped up and made it his responsibility to navigate the offense. The total team effort by the Crimson led them to pulling away 77-69 to earn a win on the first leg of their New York trip.


High Expectations: 2019-20 Harvard Men's Basketball Preview

In some ways, the seniors have fulfilled all of the expectations that were placed on the group, which 247 Sports’ Composite Team Rankings regarded as the 25th-best recruiting class in the nation. They have won at least a share of the Ivy League title in consecutive years and last season advanced to the second round of the NIT for the first time in program history. But one achievement is missing: an NCAA Tournament appearance.


Women’s Water Polo Heads to CWPA Championships

Two weeks after concluding its regular season, No. 16 Harvard (20-6, 3-3 CWPA) is set to travel to Providence, RI. for the Collegiate Water Polo Association conference tournament hosted by Brown University.


Women's Water Polo Completes Weekend Sweep in Nation's Capital

Harvard challenged St. Francis, George Washington, and No. 24 Bucknell over the weekend and emerged from each bout victorious. In the course of securing victory, senior Kristen Hong broke the school's career goals record.