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With backup quarterback Jimmy Meyer holding, placekicker Kenny Smart was perfectly busy on the night, nailing his only field-goal attempt and going six-for-six on points after touchdowns.

Photograph by Matthew W. Deshaw/The Harvard Crimson


With a seventeenth-straight victory, coach Tim Murphy announces, “The preseason is over.”


Head coach Tommy Amaker says that to win Harvard’s fifth straight conference title, his players must “rely on each other.”

Pursuing another Ivy championship, the men’s basketball team finds new challenges.

March-April 2015

Junior co-captain Siyani Chambers hit the game-winning shot and scored 16 points in Harvard’s win over Columbia last Friday.

The Crimson remains tied with Yale atop the conference standings.


Senior Alex Nesbitt says that he and his classmates, winners of three Ivy League titles, want “to finish things out the right way” and capture a fourth conference crown.

Back in the chase for the Ivy basketball title, in a tie with Yale for first place


Jonah Travis ’15 averaged 11 points per game in Harvard's weekend sweep of Princeton and Penn.

The basketball team regains winning form.


Reigning Ivy League Player of the Year Wesley Saunders '15 turned the ball over six times in Harvard's loss to Dartmouth.

The Harvard men’s basketball team, losing to Dartmouth, faces Ivy League headwinds.


Harvard coach Tommy Amaker is trying to figure out how best to utilize—but not exhaust—reigning Ivy League Player of the Year Wesley Saunders ’15.

The Harvard men's basketball team faces unexpected Ivy League challenges.