Covering The Crimson
Harvard Athletics welcomes coverage of its men’s basketball program by accredited writers, broadcasters, and photographers.
Working credentials and supplemental materials may be requested from the Office of Athletic Communications by contacting Andrew Chesebro, associate director of athletic communications, either by phone or email.
All credential requests to cover Harvard men’s basketball must be made through Andrew Chesebro, associate director of athletic communications, 48 hours in advance of the game. Harvard reserves the right to accept or deny all credential requests.
Credentials may be picked up at the ticket office inside Lavietes Pavilion, which opens one hour prior to the start of contests.
All requests for interviews with Harvard student-athletes and coaches much be made through Andrew Chesebro, associate director of athletic communications. Please note that student-athletes’ phone numbers and e-mail addresses will not be released to the media per department of athletics policy. Game-day interviews will not be granted until the conclusion of the contest.
Media seating is available on a limited basis behind the bleachers located opposite the visiting team’s bench. A staircase is available behind the bleachers opposite the home team bench to access the seating.
Head coach Tommy Amaker and select student-athletes will be available at the postgame press conference in the Lavietes Pavilion Lounge following the NCAA mandated 10-minute cooling-off period. Harvard maintains a closed locker room policy.
All requests for visiting coaches and student-athletes should be made through the visiting team’s SID.
Reporters filing stories may work in the media seating area following the conclusion of the press conference.
Radio stations wishing to broadcast Harvard men’s basketball games must make arrangements through Andrew Chesebro, associate director of athletic communications, at least one week in advance of the game. Two analog phone lines are available for visiting stations, and a maximum of three credentials will be provided for any broadcast crew. ISDN lines are not available inside Lavietes Pavilion.
Members of the media must request parking through Andrew Chesebro, associate director of athletic communications, at least two days in advance of the game.
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