Just three weeks away from its season opener, senior forward Seth Towns has been named to the watch list for the Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year award. Towns is one of 20 student-athletes nationwide to be placed on the watchlist, and one of three from a mid-major conference.
With the start of the 2019-20 season less than a month away, senior point guard Bryce Aiken has been named to the watch list for the Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year award. Aiken is one of 20 student-athletes nationwide to be placed on the watchlist.
As the college basketball season approaches, ESPN and the Ivy League have announced that the men’s basketball program will be featured three times in the conference’s linear television package with the network.
Kicking off the 2019-20 season for men's basketball, Harvard will host the ninth-annual Crimson Madness event on Friday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. FREE tickets are available now – but space is limited. The first 100 students will receive free jerseys, with doors opening at 6 p.m.
My experience last week at the IOP with Clark Kellogg and Brittany Packnett, in combination with dinner alongside Mr. Kellogg and Tom McMillen, was yet another instance in which the meaning of Harvard Basketball extended far past what happens within the lines of Lavietes Pavilion.
After hosting Clark Kellogg and Tom McMillen at the Harvard Institute of Politics for the team's annual forum and subsequent Breakfast Club, the Harvard men's basketball program has been featured in The Athletic.
Last weekend, 16 student-athletes from around the country were invited to the NCAA Elite Student-Athlete Symposium for Men’s Basketball, with Harvard senior Seth Towns among the select group invited to participate.
For the fourth-consecutive year, the Harvard men's basketball program is partnering with the Harvard Institute of Politics (IOP) to bring highly-distinguished speakers to the IOP Forum. This year, college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg and former congressman Tom McMillen will take part in an event titled “The Growing Empowerment and Activism of the Modern Athlete.” The discussion will be moderated by Peter Carfagna ’75, a lecturer at Harvard Law School, and will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 6 p.m.
BEIJING, China – NBA veteran and former Harvard standout, Jeremy Lin ’10 has found his next destination. After a nine-year career in the NBA, Lin has agreed to terms on a contract with the Beijing Ducks of the Chinese Basketball Association.
‘s-HERTOGENBOSCH, Netherlands – After two professional seasons in Europe, former Harvard basketball captain, Siyani Chambers ‘17, has signed with the Heroes Den Boesch Titans of the Dutch Basketball League (DBL).
Rising sophomore Spencer Freedman and recent graduate Robbie Feinberg ’19 suited up for Team USA this summer, winning gold in the open basketball tournament at the 15th European Maccabi Games in Budapest.
Competing at HP Field House at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex, Harvard men’s basketball will open the 2019 Orlando Invitational with Texas A&M on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, at 1 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN or ESPN2.
Helping the Toronto Raptors top the Milwaukee Bucks in six games in the Eastern Conference finals, men’s basketball’s Jeremy Lin ’10 became the first Crimson alumnus to reach the NBA Finals in program history.
Continuing to build its program with a talented group of five student-athletes, Harvard men’s basketball has announced its class of 2023: Ciaran Brayboy, Chris Ledlum, Tommy O’Neil, Luka Sakota and Idan Tretout.