2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
9-5, 2nd in Ivy
11h

Harvard holds off Bryant for 70-65 win

Chris Lewis had 14 points with 6-for-7 shooting, Bryce Aiken scored 14 more and Harvard held off Bryant on Monday night to get its third straight win, 70-65.

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Balanced effort pushes Harvard past Dartmouth, 74-58 (1:51)
17d

Aiken's 23 PTs propels Harvard past Howard 67-46

Bryce Aiken scored a career-high 23 points, which included a career-high six 3s, Zena Edosomwan gathered 16 rebounds -- one off his career high -- and Harvard defeated Howard 67-46 on Friday.

24d

Aiken leads Harvard rally to beat Houston 57-56

Bryce Aiken matched his personal best with 21 points and Harvard rallied from a nine-point deficit in the final six minutes to win its fourth straight, beating Houston 57-56 on Friday night.

41d

Amaker winningest coach at Harvard with 179th

Tommy Amaker became the winningest coach in Harvard history on Wednesday, when Chris Lewis scored a season-high 22 points and Seth Towns had 18 to lead the Crimson to a win over Boston College.

61d

Harvard routs Fisher College 78-51

Justin Bassey scored 14 points on an efficient 4-of-6 from the field and Harvard cruised to a 78-51 win over NAIA Fisher College on Thursday night.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

News from last night: Wendell Carter, the No. 1 uncommitted prospect, will announce his decision November 23. Duke, Harvard, UGA, Ga. Tech.

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Harvard men's basketball visits Shanghai Disney-Via Ivy League (1:38)
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Harvard basketball tours West Lake in China-Ivy League (1:57)
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Who will bust brackets in March?

It's never too early to start thinking about your bracket. Who could be the next Stephen F. Austin or Middle Tennessee? Jay Bilas breaks down eight teams who could shock the world. Bilas: Everything you need to know (Insider)

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79d

Kareem talks social change in visit to Harvard

In a visit to Harvard on Saturday, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar told players on the Crimson basketball team that he was glad current sports stars were "getting their baptism" in social movements.

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83d

Ex-Harvard star Lin donates $1M to alma mater

Jeremy Lin was a three-time All-Ivy selection at Harvard before graduating in 2010. The Nets guard's $1 million donation will help renovate the school's basketball arena.

Team Stats

Points Per Game69.5269th
Rebounds Per Game35.5228th
Assists Per Game15.0Tied-99th
Points Allowed65.143rd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record2-6
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances5