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Harvard earns 4th straight Ivy title in seniors’ storybook home finale

Home finales don’t get much more perfect than Harvard’s final game this season at Lavietes Pavilion unfolded Saturday night. Against an opponent that took them to the wire earlier this season, the Crimson played its most complete game of the … Continue reading

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Three Pointer: Yale shocks Harvard, moves into first-place tie

1. We have a race in the Ivy League. With a win on Saturday night, Harvard would have been two games up on the rest of the Ivy League; no team has overcome a deficit that large to earn even … Continue reading

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Three Pointer: Harvard downs Princeton, takes sole Ivy lead

1. As usual, Harvard and Princeton produce fireworks. In my dream world, the Ivy League’s “14-game tournament” would be replaced with a 15-game head-to-head series between Princeton and Harvard. As a Cambridge resident and Princeton graduate, perhaps I’m a bit … Continue reading

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Key matchups for pivotal Princeton-Harvard showdown

Before Harvard and Princeton continue the Ivy League’s hottest rivalry in Cambridge tonight, it’s worth remembering what happened the last time the Tigers and Crimson met. Heading into the first weekend of March, Princeton was fifth nationally in three-point percentage, … Continue reading

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Harvard blocks BC’s comeback

With seven minutes left in Harvard’s game against Boston College on Wednesday — their first meeting at Lavietes Pavilion in a generation — the Crimson was getting into some trouble. After leading as much as 33-13 in the first half, … Continue reading

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Little-used lineup lifts Harvard over Vermont

After a slow exam week without much basketball, three teams returned to action with compelling games Saturday. More will come on Boston University’s upset of Maryland and Northeastern’s 20-point comeback over UW-Milwaukee in the next few days; for today, a … Continue reading

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