CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith became the all-time winningest Ivy League head coach Friday night with a 69-65 win over Yale. Stay up-to-date with all the stories in the news, including pieces in the New York Times, Boston Globe and Boston Herald.
Delaney-Smith owns a career record of 515- 347 in her 32 years with the Crimson. She is one of six active Division I head coaches to spend 32 years at one institution. With the win, Harvard recorded its 11th 20-win season, all under Delaney-Smith.