Seth Towns made five 3-pointers and matched his career high with 26 points, Justin Bassey finished with a double-double and Harvard blew a big second-half lead before holding off Dartmouth 62-57 in overtime on Saturday.
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- 11/10MITW 73-64
- 11/12W 70-67
- 11/16L 73-69
- 11/18L 73-69
- 11/2321L 89-71
- 11/24W 77-71
- 11/26L 70-61
- 11/30L 77-61
- 12/27L 79-70
- 12/6W 47-45
- 12/21W 74-63
- 12/23L 58-48
- 12/30L 65-55
- 1/2L 62-56
- 1/6W 61-51
- 1/10L 63-62
- 1/20W 62-57
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Fletcher Magee scored 19 points with seven rebounds and four assists and Derrick Brooks' free throw with seven seconds left gave Wofford a 63-62 win against Harvard on Wednesday night.
Seth Towns scored 16 points with three 3-pointers, leading four into double figures as Harvard used the long ball to hold off Dartmouth 61-51 in an Ivy League opener for both teams on Saturday.
Payton Henson finished with 17 points and slammed a dunk in the final seconds to secure Vermont's 62-56 win over Harvard on Tuesday night.
Jordan Murphy scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, posting his national-best 15th double-double to pace Minnesota during a grind-it-out 65-55 victory over Harvard on Saturday.
Patrick Steeves scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds to help George Washington beat Harvard 58-48 on Saturday.
Weisner Perez totaled 12 points and seven rebounds and reserves Seth Towns and Justin Bassey combined to score 23 to lead Harvard past Boston University 74-63 on Tuesday night.
Seth Towns made a 3-pointer with nine seconds left to cap an 8-0 run and Harvard edged Fordham 47-45 on Wednesday night.
Kevin Knox had 20 points, Hamidou Diallo added 19 and No. 7 Kentucky's 13-0 run midway through the second half provided a cushion that held off Harvard 79-70 on Saturday.
Vasa Pusica scored 22 points, Devon Begley added 14 off the bench and Northeastern defeated Harvard 77-61 on Thursday night.
Jackson Rowe hit five 3-pointers and finished with career-high 25 points on 10-of-10 shooting to help Cal State Fullerton beat Harvard 70-61 on Sunday night in the fifth-place game of the Wooden Legacy Classic.
Chris Lewis and Bryce Aiken scored 21 point apiece to lead Harvard to a 77-71 victory over Saint Joseph's on Friday in the Wooden Legacy tournament.
Jock Landale scored 26 points and No. 21 Saint Mary's withstood getting outscored in the second half to beat Harvard 89-71 on Thursday in the opening game of the Wooden Legacy.
Calvin Crawford had 19 points and nine rebounds, Rich Williams made a late go-ahead 3, and Manhattan held off Harvard 73-69 on Saturday to open the season with its second straight win for the first time since 2013-14.
Patrick Benzan scored 18 points, including key free throws late to help Holly Cross hold off Harvard for a 73-69 victory on Thursday night.
Sophomore Bryce Aiken scored a career-high 30 points and made the game-winning 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds left in overtime to give Harvard a 70-67 win against Massachusetts on Sunday.
Seth Towns scored 20 points and Chris Lewis added 13 points and 10 rebounds as Harvard christened newly renovated Lavietes Pavilion with a 73-64 win over MIT in the season opener Friday night.
Both teams enjoy distinctive positions in college basketball, they're two of America's most academically astute institutions and they both recently ended historic postseason droughts. Make this happen, please.
William Weinbaum ESPN
From MLB's Eddie Grant in 1918 to the NFL's Pat Tillman in 2004, athletes from the major pro leagues were among those who died in overseas wars. Grant, a former infielder for Harvard and the Indians, Phillies, Reds and Giants died in France in World War I. Tillman, a star on defense for Arizona State and the Cardinals, enlisted after 9/11 and was killed in Afghanistan. On Memorial Day and always we remember with appreciation all who sacrificed for our safety and freedom.
Nets point guard Jeremy Lin said he heard more racist remarks in regard to his Asian American heritage while in college playing for Harvard than in his years in the NBA.
If Tommy Amaker can land top-100 prospects at Harvard, he would certainly do so at Georgetown. The native of nearby Virginia is our guess to land the Hoyas' job.
Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer
If Georgetown stays in the family, Charlotte Hornets assistant coach Patrick Ewing makes the most sense. If outside, Hoyas should make a run at Harvard's Tommy Amaker.
Miye Oni scored 18 points and Yale never trailed to beat Harvard 73-71 Saturday in a semifinal of the inaugural Ivy League tournament.