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Nicholas Daley

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Women's Basketball

A Lavietes Legend Retires: Kathy Delaney-Smith, Coach of the Year

In 40 seasons as Harvard's women's basketball coach, Kathy Delaney-Smith racked up 630 victories, 11 Ivy League championships, and six NCAA Tournament appearances. Her team culture was built through camaraderie and trust, leading her to become the all-time winningest basketball coach, male or female, in conference history.

Come Together
Women's Basketball

With a Record of Building Tournament Teams, Carrie Moore Plans to Bring Women’s Basketball Back to March

As soon as Harvard Head Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith announced this past fall that she would be retiring after 40 years at the University, Carrie Moore set her “heart and eyes” on the position. Moore had just coached her first game as an assistant at the University of Michigan, but she had wanted to be a head coach since she worked at basketball camps in college, and the job she describes as the best in the country was always at the back of her mind.

From the Floor
Women's Basketball

Harvard Women’s Basketball Falls to Ivy League Rivals Columbia and Cornell in Difficult Road Trip

As Harvard women’s basketball (12-12, 6-6) continued down the home stretch of its regular season this past weekend, a pair of road matchups with the Columbia Lions (19-4, 10-1) and Cornell Big Red (9-13, 4-7) presented key opportunities for the Crimson to solidify its spot in the Ivy League women’s basketball tournament in March. On Friday night, Harvard traded baskets in a competitive, high-scoring affair with Columbia before losing, 74-70. The Crimson was then unable to repeat its 42-point victory over Cornell on January 22, falling to the Big Red on Saturday night, 52-49.

Maggie in Her Baggie
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Earns Critical Pair of Conference Victories

After notching three consecutive wins over Ivy League opponents, Harvard women’s basketball returned to Lavietes Pavilion this past weekend in triumphant fashion. On Friday night, the Crimson (12-9, 6-3 Ivy League) earned a hard-fought 77-73 victory over the Brown Bears (5-15, 0-8). The following night, Harvard treated its large home crowd to a 65-59 win over the Yale Bulldogs (13-8, 6-3), extending the Crimson’s winning streak to a season-best five games.

Olympian for Life
Olympics

Olympians for Life: A Recap of Harvard’s Student-Athletes at the 2020 Tokyo Games

The 32nd Olympiad wrapped up on Saturday in Tokyo, but not before 16 Harvard affiliates, including 15 former and current students, fulfilled their athletic dreams by competing in the Games.

From Guard to The Post
Women's Basketball

Post Player: Former Women’s Basketball Captain Jacqueline Alemany Covers Congress for The Washington Post

It has been 10 years since Alemany captained the Harvard women’s basketball team, but the habits she built while playing still serve her in her current job. Only now, instead of running down power forwards at Lavietes Pavilion, she is running down power brokers in the U.S. Capitol and reporting on Congress for The Washington Post.

Walking on Water
Women's Swimming

Flipped Classroom: Elizabeth Miclau Trains for Diving World Championships

In the year since the beginning of their covid-induced exile from campus, many Harvard students have passed the time by learning new skills; some have picked up baking, others a new form of exercise, and still others knitting or painting. For Elizabeth Miclau ’23-’24, quarantine has meant learning to grow comfortable throwing herself off the equivalent of a three-story building.

Standing Tall
Wrestling

Wrestling Secures 12th Place at EIWA Championships

Four wrestlers placed in the top eight of their weight classes, and two freshmen punched their tickets to the National Championship next week.

Pinned Down
Wrestling

Tempers Flare, Suspense Reigns as Wrestling Falls to Princeton, Penn

It has been a season of ups and downs so far for the Crimson. The team has racked up three individual tournament wins and 17 top-eight finishes overall, but has also found wins hard to come by in dual meets.

Riding Pool Records to Victories
Men's Swimming

Swimming & Diving Set Records in Victories Over Cornell, Dartmouth

The men's and women's teams dominated their first Ivy League meet of the season, setting several pool records against Cornell and Dartmouth

Wrapped
Wrestling

Freshman Lead Way for Wrestling at Bearcat Open

The headline for the Crimson was the standout performances from members of its  freshman class, beginning with Phil Conigliaro, who took home the title in the 165 pound weight class.

Track and Cross Country

Cross Country Races Nation’s Best at Nuttycombe Invitational

Harvard men’s and women’s cross country posted mixed results on Friday in the prestigious Nuttycombe Invitational, a race considered by many to be the most competitive regular season meet in the nation.

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