Harvard Falls to CS Fullerton, 70-61


Harvard dropped its fourth game of the season via a 70-61 loss to CS Fullerton on Sunday evening in the Wooden Legacy Classic fifth-place game.

Trailing 32-20 at halftime, the Crimson took the lead early in the second half, and found themselves tied with the Titans at 46-46 with 12:14 to go.


1 2 T
HARV (3-4) 30 31 61
CSF (3-3) 32 38 70

However, a string of four missed shots and three turnovers allowed the Titans to claim a four-point edge which they increasingly added to as the game progressed.

Harvard trailed by 10, 69-59, with 45 seconds remaining.

The Crimson were outshot 53.8 to 42.9 percent in the loss.

Bryce Aiken led Harvard in scoring with 16 points.

Next up for Harvard is a game on the road against Northeastern (2-4) on Thursday at 7 p.m.



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