As I leave the ranks of Crimson Sports, that is my final request: To athletes, be more than just athletes. To fans, view athletes as more than just athletes. And never just shut up and dribble.
While many winter sports had their seasons abruptly cut short in early March due to the evacuation of campus and NCAA cancellations in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the 2019-2020 winter athletic season was nonetheless a source of energetic competition for Harvard Athletics. The Crimson Multimedia Staff went into this season’s archive to look back and share some of The Crimson’s previously unpublished sports photos from this past winter season.
“Home is where the heart is,” said Towns in an announcement on Saturday night’s 11PM SportsCenter. “...That opportunity to fight for the city that raised me is so invaluable.”
Harvard senior Seth Towns, the 2017-2018 Ivy League Player of the Year, announced on Saturday night that he will commit to Ohio State University as a graduate transfer.
Coach Tommy Amaker’s words this morning also resonated with the team, who responded impassionately Saturday night in a 83-69 rout of the Bulldogs.
In the last chapter of the narrative arc of these seniors, it will likely not be individual star power, highlight-reel moments, or even on-court familiarity that will determine whether they earn the NCAA Tournament berth they have long, long coveted.
The Crimson earned its 20th win of the season, its most since the team last made the NCAA Tournament in 2014-2015.
Both senior forward Chris Lewis and sophomore guard Noah Kirkwood notched 19 points, but this 69-65 victory was largely a complete team effort.
Harvard has won 21 of the last 23 overtime games, and 15 of its last 16 Ivy overtime games.
Senior forward Rob Baker led the team in scoring against Brown with 18 points.
A day after a resounding 66-57 victory over previously-undefeated Yale, the Crimson (13-6, 4-2) capped off its extended five-game homestand with a dominant ____ win over Brown.
The Crimson narrowly edged out the Bulldogs 78-77 in a heart-throbbing victory.
“As I told our guys, it's a long horse race,” Amaker said.
That first practice, in many ways, perfectly represented the tabula rasa from which Delaney-Smith, co-captains Levy and Mackenzie Barta, and the team’s veterans have had to mold and craft this brand-new team featuring five first-years and four new starters.
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