Soundbytes from the top news stories of the past week.
A season after making the tournament for the first time since 1946, the Crimson return – but only after weathering an academic scandal that cost them two key players and made their script read like those of so many others when March Madness rolls around: Program messes up, program pays its penance, program succeeds despite its imperfections.
For the second straight year, the Harvard men’s basketball team is heading back to the NCAA tournament.
For the second straight year, the Harvard men’s basketball team will gather around and wait patiently to hear their next opponent.
After leading the Harvard men’s basketball team to their first NCAA tournament berth since 1946, head coach Tommy Amaker is up for a pair of prestigious awards.
Harvard basketball, Back Bay blackout, and the GOP race.
Harvard is ready for their first NCAA tournament game in school history, but run into a tough opponent in the SEC Champions Vanderbilt.
Kyle Casey scored 20 points as Harvard rallied from a 10-point deficit and then outlasted Princeton 67-64 Friday night, avenging its only Ivy League loss of the season and setting a program record for wins in a season
Harvard senior forward Keith Wright has been named the Ivy League player of the Week for the second time this season.
Keith Wright scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Harvard over Florida Atlantic 63-51 on Thursday night.