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Quiet Please
Men's Basketball

Quiet Please

Junior Seth Towns motions for the Princeton student section to quiet down after a late Harvard triple.

Up N' Under for 2
Men's Basketball

Up N' Under for 2

Junior Bryce Aiken put up 24 points in the second half to propel Harvard past Princeton on Friday night.

Roger Federer
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Roger Federer

Freshman Noah Kirkwood drained four triples on the night, trailing just Aiken in offensive production.

Defensive MVP
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Defensive MVP

In part due to Justin Bassey's defensive contributions, senior Myles Stephens was limited to three points in 38 minutes of play.

Up N' Under for 2
Men's Basketball

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.

Beat of the Ball
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Beat of the Ball

Sophomore guard Rio Haskett has regained a larger role in the Crimson rotation in recent weeks.

Beat of the Ball
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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.

The Arc of Hoops
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The Arc of Hoops

First year guard Noah Kirkwood has averaged 9.2 points per game this season.

A Step Back
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A Step Back

The Crimson takes a step back a night after a thrilling 3OT victory against Columbia, dropping its second Ancient Eight loss to Cornell.

A Step Back
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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.

Secure the Win
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Secure the Win

Baker grabs a critical rebound to help keep the Crimson ahead. The junior wing also had a critical block at the tail end of triple overtime.

Old Side-Kick
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Old Side-Kick

Kenny Blakeney, a previous assistant for Tommy Amaker at Harvard, now works on Jim Engles' Lions staff.

Aiken Saves the Win
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Aiken Saves the Win

Junior point guard Bryce Aiken celebrates after hitting an acrobatic three-pointer to force a second overtime against Columbia. Harvard went on to win 98-96 in three overtimes.

Aiken Saves the Win
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Wins Instant Classic in 3OT Over Columbia

In an incredible triple overtime win for the ages, Harvard men's basketball defeated Columbia 98-96 on Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion in a 55-minute thriller. Junior guard Bryce Aiken hit a remarkable buzzer-beater three at the end of overtime as part of a 44-point effort.

A Double-Pump Prayer
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A Double-Pump Prayer

Junior point guard Bryce Aiken knocked down a career-high 44 points, including a last-second heave to force double OT.

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