BOSTON -- Chris Ledlum had 15 points and 10 rebounds off the bench to lead Harvard to an 85-63 win over Cornell on Friday night, the Crimson's seventh straight home victory.
Harvard dominated the first half and led 42-15 at halftime. The Big Red's 15 points in the first half marked a season low for the team.
Terrance McBride, who was second on the Big Red in scoring coming into the contest with 11 points per game, shot only 20% for the game (2 of 10).
Harvard plays Columbia at home on Saturday. Cornell plays Dartmouth on the road on Saturday.
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