Tag "Harvard Men’s Basketball"

Former Crimson Steeves Leads George Washington Over Old Team, 58-48

Last March, then-junior Patrick Steeves announced he was transferring from Harvard. On Saturday, Steeves, now a George Washington Colonial squared off against his former team, and made its life miserable. Steeves scored a game-high 19 points and retrieved a game-high

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New-Look Harvard Bests BU, 74-63

Entering Thursday, Harvard had been a bit disappointing, as shown by its 4-6 record. For a team that had a lot of promise, it just hadn’t performed, prompting head coach Tommy Amaker to change things up. Amaker decided to start

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Towns’ Late 3 Pushes Havard Past Fordham, 47-45

While Harvard may have only connected on two of 20 3-pointers Wednesday, Seth Towns made sure he hit the one that it needed. With nine seconds remaining, and Fordham clinging to a 45-44 lead, the sophomore drilled a trey from the

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Harvard Falls to No. 7 Kentucky, 79-70

Saturday had many thinking – what could have happened? What could have happened had Bryce Aiken scored more than point points? What could have happened if any Crimson starter pumped in double-digit points? Well, none came to fruition and Harvard

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Northeastern Tops Harvard, 77-61

It’s safe to say Northeastern may have shocked a few people Thursday. The Huskies, behind 22 points and seven boards from Vasa Pusica, downed rival Harvard by the final score of 77-61. Final 1 2 T HARV (3-5) 34 27

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Mass. NCAA DI Men’s College Basketball 3 Stars of the Week (Nov. 28)

In what was a down week for the local schools, the same cannot be said about a few individual talents. ?Jahad Thomas/UMass Lowell – Senior guard put forth a few more stellar performances. Thomas pumped in a game-high 24 points

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Mass. NCAA DI Men’s College Basketball Power Rankings: Week 4 (Nov. 27)

The Power Rankings have a new look once again as the third full week of college hoops is in the books. Record and last week’s ranking in parenthesis. Boston College (5-2, 1) – Eagles continue to play pretty well. Wednesday’s game against

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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

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Aiken, Lewis Lead Harvard Past Saint Joseph’s, 77-71, in Wooden Legacy

Harvard remained out west as the Wooden Legacy rolled on Friday. The Crimson, behind 21 points apiece from Bryce Aiken and Chris Lewis, defeated Saint Joseph’s by a 77-71 final score. Final 1 2 T HARV (3-3) 34 43 77

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Harvard Crushed by No. 21 St. Mary’s, 89-71

It was not a good Thanksgiving Day performance on the hardwood for the Harvard Crimson. Harvard fell behind 11-2 just 2:50 in, and it was downhill from there for the Crimson as they found themselves trailing 46-20 at halftime. Final

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