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Remembering Where He Came From: Five Minutes with Jeremy Lin

The phenomenon known as “Linsanity” thrust the Torrance, Calif., native into the global spotlight in the world’s most famous arena. But anyone who’s met the 30 year old knows that Lin’s future is much brighter than just basketball.

Aiken's Historic Night Leads Harvard to an Instant Classic, 3-OT Victory over Columbia

On Friday night, Aiken’s 44-point performance, one of the most incredible efforts seen in Harvard history, helped the Crimson cling to a 98-96 victory over Columbia in 3OT, in one of the greatest games ever played at Lavietes Pavilion.

Men's, Women's Squash Win Dual Ivy League Titles

Harvard’s squash teams continued to dominate over the weekend, with both teams taking home their respective Men’s and Women’s Ivy League titles. The victories concluded their seasons in perfection.

Men's Hockey Takes Third Place in Beanpot Over BU

Harvard outplayed the Terriers to a 5-2 victory, walking away from the 2019 Beanpot with a third-place finish and keeping its at-large NCAA Tournament hopes alive.

Red-Hot Harvard Seeks First Women's Beanpot Title Since 2015

Like this year’s Harvard team, the 2015 squad was fighting to give its seniors their first Beanpot Championship — and Boston bragging rights.

Men's Basketball Pulls Away Late to Topple Princeton, 78-69

Beyond the game-changing four-pointer — which was followed by a straight Kirkwood triple that suddenly put the Crimson back in the lead, Aiken drained consecutive stop-and-pop triples to widen the cushion and allow Harvard to pull away.

No. 17 Men's Hockey Foiled By BC in Beanpot Semifinal

Once again, the Crimson must settle for the consolation matchup next week after losing to the Eagles, 2-1.

Men's Lacrosse to Face Ranked UNC in Season Opener

“We’re really looking forward to getting the chance to prove ourselves as a team against some strong, out-of-conference opponents early in the season,” said freshman attackman Austin Madronic.

PREVIEW: Men's Basketball Turns Page Towards Princeton, Penn

In sentiment however, there is still a feeling of unease and restlessness — compounded with a bit of unexpected adversity — as Harvard (11-8, 4-2 Ivy) prepares for its long bus ride down to Princeton and Penn.

Women's Ice Hockey

BU Captures Historic Women’s Beanpot Title Despite 51 Saves from Harvard’s Reed

Reed's 12-save effort would not be enough for the Crimson, however, as BU redshirt junior and tri-captain Sammy Davis lasered a power-play overtime winner past Reed to give the Terriers a 3-2 win.

Women's Ice Hockey

LIVE: Women's Hockey Headed to OT to Decide Beanpot Victor

The Harvard women's hockey team will drudge through the snow on Tuesday night to face off against No. 7/8 Boston University in Bright-Landry Hockey Center for a shot at its first Beanpot title since 2015.

Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard Continues Six-Game Unbeaten Streak with Wins at Union, RPI

By the end of the weekend, Harvard (10-11-3, 8-8-2) extended its unbeaten streak to six games, including five consecutive wins (5-0-1 since Jan. 26), to head into Tuesday’s Beanpot Championship to face the Boston University Terriers (16-6-7, 13-5-5 WHEA), who are running on a ten-game unbeaten streak of their own.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Bounces Back Against Cornell After Tough Loss to Columbia

The Crimson was outscored 22-2 and shot 1-of-17 in a brutal opening stanza in Morningside Heights and then hit five threes in a dominant 25-13 opening period in Ithaca, N.Y.,.

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Suffers "Selfish" Loss to Cornell in Second Half Collapse

After charging to a 15-point lead heading into the last three minutes of the first frame, Harvard (11-8, 4-2 Ivy) collapsed in the second half — being outscored 46-27.

Men's Squash

Top-Ranked Men’s, Women’s Squash Defeat Trinity

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Improves to 3-1 in Ivy Play, Sailing by Brown

Men's Squash

Ali Farag '14 is Now the World's Top Squash Player

Men's Basketball

COLUMN: The Basketball Student Section Against Yale Was Incredible

Women's Basketball

Crashing the Boards: Women's Basketball's Not-So-Secret Weapon

Men's Basketball

The Return of Bryce Aiken

The star point guard for Harvard Basketball had been sidelined for nearly a full calendar year due to offseason knee surgery. Finally, Bryce Aiken made his return on MLK Day.

Men's Ice Hockey

No. 19 Men's Hockey Skates Past Dartmouth, 4-1

After giving up an early goal, the Crimson's co-captains combined for a late-goal effort to dispatch the visiting Big Green.

Men's Basketball

COLUMN: A Harvard Basketball Game that Headlined SportsCenter

To encapsulate a game so heart-throbbing, so unimaginable, so exhilarating in a few words? That is simply impossible. You have to have been at Lavietes Pavilion in the flesh on Friday, February 8th to understand truly how incredible a game that was.

Men's Ice Hockey

No. 17 Men's Hockey Defeats No. 20 Union with Red-Hot Powerplay

The Crimson potted four goals with the extra-man en route to a 5-3 triumph over the Dutchmen at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.

Men's Basketball

The Supercharger: Rob Baker Sparks Men’s Basketball

As Baker has made a welcome stride in his development, a few things remains constant: a laid-back passion for the game and an ability to provide an instant jolt of energy to the Crimson.

Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard Women's Hockey Stuns No. 7 BC to Advance to Beanpot Championship

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Alumni, Delaney-Smith Reunite to Discuss Gender Equity and Leadership

Women's Basketball

Katie Benzan Surpasses 1000 Point Mark as Harvard Routs Dartmouth

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Defeats Dartmouth 64-59 in Second Half Surge

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Bests Brown, Drops Heartbreaker To Yale

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