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Harmoni Turner's Turn
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Harmoni Turner's Turn

First-year guard Harmoni Turner and the Crimson huddle up in a home victory with Merrimack last Tuesday. Harvard was unable to carry this momentum with it on the road, as it lost a pair of games in the Arizona State Classic.

Harmoni Turner's Turn
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Harvard Women’s Basketball Drops a Pair of Weekend Games in Arizona State Classic

After lighting up Lavietes Pavilion for an impressive home victory last Tuesday over Merrimack College, Harvard women’s basketball journeyed to Tempe, Ariz., last weekend to face two tough opponents in the Arizona State Classic. While the Crimson fell to the Rams of Colorado State (7-1) by a close score of 59-52, the Crimson ran into a high-powered, athletic Arizona State Sun Devils (5-4) squad the following day, losing 91-54.

Making the Forbes List
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Making the Forbes List

Junior guard McKenzie Forbes drives to the basket in Tuesday’s win against Merrimack. Forbes, who made a game-winning shot in Harvard’s 82-79 win over Boston University on Saturday, followed up the late-game heroics with a team-high 23 points on Tuesday

Making the Forbes List
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Women’s Basketball Routs Merrimack in High-Scoring Home Showdown

After splitting its pair of games during the week of Thanksgiving, the Crimson returned to the hardwood Tuesday night with a resounding 99-75 victory over the Warriors of Merrimack College.

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In Photos: Crimson Madness Returns

The return of Harvard Crimson basketball competition at Lavietes Pavilion for the first time since pre-pandemic kicked off on Oct. 15 as both the men’s and women’s programs battled their teammates in two intrasquad scrimmages following an assortment of pre-game activities and food.

Crimson Madness 2
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Crimson Madness 2

Crimson Madness 3
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Crimson Madness 3

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Crimson Madness 5

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Crimson Madness 6

Home Sweet Home
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Home Sweet Home

Junior guard Maggie McCarthy handles the ball over half court on Feb. 29, 2020, Harvard's last home game before Sunday. In its return to Lavietes Pavilion, the Crimson controlled the first half en route to a 70-53 victory over Northern Illinois.

Home Sweet Home
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Women’s Basketball Splits Pair of Weekend Games, Triumphant in Return to Lavietes Pavilion

Although Harvard lost a hard-fought road game against the University of Massachusetts on Friday, 80-71, the Crimson — playing at Lavietes Pavilion for the first time in 20 months — won in dominant fashion over Northern Illinois (NIU) on Sunday, 70-53.

New Faces, New Places
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New Faces, New Places

First-year guards Elena Rodriguez and Elle Stauffer (pictured above at the Crimson Madness scrimmage) will look contribute on a team full of newcomers. Harvard first-years and sophomores got their first taste of college basketball on Tuesday against Boston College.

New Faces, New Places
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Women’s Basketball Opens Historic Season with Road Loss to Boston College

Harvard women’s basketball returned to the hardwood Tuesday night for the first time in 612 days, and Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith did so for the final season-opener in her illustrious 40-year career. The announcement of Coach Delaney-Smith’s retirement at the end of this 2021-2022 campaign provides an opportunity for the Crimson’s newest influx of talent to write a successful final chapter in her storied run. Although Tuesday night’s 86-60 loss to Boston College did not begin this historic season the way Harvard had hoped it would, optimism remains strong in the program for the season ahead.

California Dribblin'
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California Dribblin'

McKenzie Forbes, while playing for the Cal Golden Bears, dribbles at the top of the key as Havard’s Madeline Raster defends.

Lowell Living
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Lowell Living

McKenzie lives in Lowell House with the men’s basketball senior class.

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