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Zena Edosomwan ’17 leaped over three teammates, all of whom are at least six-foot-nine, during the slam dunk contest at Crimson Madness.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Sports

Zena Edosomwan's journey

2.22.17

Chris Lewis '20 (shown here in earlier action against Boston College) scored 14 points and grabbed five rebounds to help the Crimson upend Dartmouth.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Men’s basketball team begins Ivy League competition.

 

1.9.17

Senior point guard Siyani Chambers (shown here against Boston College) has had 22 assists and just one turnover in his last two games.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

A victory over Boston College makes Tommy Amaker the winningest coach in Harvard men’s basketball history.

12.8.16

Harvard’s first University-wide Women’s Weekend

January-February 2017

<p class="caption">Frustrated in regulation by Princeton defenders such as Luke Catarius, Harvard&rsquo;s quarterback Joe Viviano prevailed in overtime, diving for a one-yard touchdown that gave the Crimson a 23-20 victory.</p>
<p class="credit">Matthew Deshaw/The Harvard Crimson</p>

After living on the edge, the football team confronts a shocking season-ending upset.

January-February 2017

Noah Harrison
Photograph by Paul Rutherford/Harvard Athletic Communications

A different Harvard team makes the NCAAs.

12.3.16

The football team's faculty cheering section: Roger Porter (left) and Eric Nelson

Photograph by Harvard Magazine/LG

Watching The Game from the sidelines with Harvard football’s faculty fellows

11.21.16

Book it! With quarterback Joe Viviano (4) signaling, Charlie Booker headed for the end zone. The 27-yard bolt gave the Crimson a 7-0 lead.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

 “This is something we haven’t experienced in a long time.”

11.18.16

In first game back after tearing his ACL in summer 2015, Siyani Chambers ’16 (’17) scored 12 points and dished out a team-leading four assists.

In first game back after tearing his ACL in summer 2015, Siyani Chambers ’16 (’17) scored 12 points and dished out a team-leading four assists.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

In China, men’s basketball loses to Stanford.

11.15.16

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