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Jacob Russell '19 and his friend Patrick Dewey will be among just 10 tandems allowed to run the Boston Marathon next Monday.
And, fittingly, McColl replied to the storybook situation with a fairy-tale ending, crushing a no-doubt grand slam to right-center to send the Crimson to a walk-off 10-8 victory.
Through March 25th, senior first baseman Patrick McColl was hitting a blistering .515, ranking first in the nation in batting average, winning three of the first four Ivy League Player of the Week awards.
Follow along from Manchester, N.H. as the Crimson returns to the NCAA Tournament.
Harvard bowed out of the national tournament to the one-seed Minutemen and in the process says goodbye to its six seniors and NCAA title hopes.
As this year’s Harvard team prepares for a Division-I playoff push of its own, the lasting impact of the 1989 National Championship is palpable.
The Crimson conclude its season with a 19-12 overall record and an appearance in the NIT second round for the first time in program history.
Relive the No.13/14 Crimson's campaign as it prepares for this Friday's NCAA Tournament Regional matchup with No. 4 UMass.
An unlucky bounce and an unfortunate call ultimately stifled the Crimson's third-period comeback effort. Harvard now turns to the NCAA Tournament.
Harvard men's basketball drew the sixth seed in the NIT Opener and will face No. 3 Georgetown on Wednesday night. The game will be played on Gerogetown's campus at the 2,500-seat McDonough Arena and will be televised nationally on ESPN2 at 7PM.
But with three minutes left in its season, the Crimson found the grit and composure to fight back on both ends of the floor, riding cagey point guard play and clutch free throw shooting from Bryce Aiken to a 71-68 win, a signature moment of the 2018-2019 season.
On Wednesday morning, the Harvard icemen bused to the famed Upstate New York Olympic town, eyeing Friday’s semifinal bout with Clarkson.
For the second straight year, Harvard was the regular season champion and number one seed of the Ivy League forced to play on the road, falling to Yale by a 97-85 score, the hosts of this year’s tournament.
The Harvard men’s basketball team dashed past the Quakers in the final minutes to book a spot in the tournament final in New Haven.