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.
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.
Harvard celebrates after scoring a goal in previous action against Holy Cross.
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.
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.
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.
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.
If Jadyn Bush continues her rate of offensive rebounding, she could finish in the top five nationally in this category.
Tuesday night's panel included Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith and five of her former teammates.
The panel discussion revolved largely around the connectivity of female athlete empowerment to broader societal challenges facing gender equity and representation in the workforce.
The student section at Friday night's game against Yale was rocking.
After beating Yale by double digits on Friday night, Harvard took down Brown 68-47.
A statistical look at Harvard men’s basketball's three-point shooting.
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.
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