Jeremy Lin '10 goes for the layup during a game in December of 2007 against Michigan.
With his sudden emergence on the national stage, Jeremy Lin '10 has become a favorite subject of tweets all across the country.
Thanks to injuries to his Knicks teammates, Jeremy Lin '10 continues to receive playing time, logging 26 minutes in the past two contests.
Former NFL running back Clifton Dawson ’07 has returned to the gridiron as coach of his Harvard Business School section’s flag football team. Dawson, who is the all-time leader in rushing yards in the Ivy League, decided not to play because he thought his team would have an unfair edge.
Junior co-captain Keith Wright will provide some veteran presence up front for the men's basketball team, but the squad will miss the presence of big men Doug Miller '10 and Pat Magnarelli '10
Men’s basketball head coach Tommy Amaker is inviting several highly sought-after recruits to Cambridge for their official visits this weekend, which coincides with the football team’s home opener. Last year, Amaker hosted a similarly talented group but failed to secure the top prospects. This year’s visitors includes Californians Kenyatta Smith and Spencer Dinwiddie, Memphis guard Andre Hollins, and Cameroonian Steve Moundou-Missi.
Jeremy Lin hopes to become the first Asian-American basketball player in the NBA.
Co-captain Jeremy Lin continued to put up big numbers in big games, leading Harvard with 19 points. But Lin’s performance was not enough, and the turnover-plagued Crimson was soundly beaten, 86-50.
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