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Harvard Women's Basketball 2018-19 News

  • Women’s Basketball Selected Third in Ivy League Preseason Poll
    October 16, 2018
    PRINCETON, N.J. – After finishing in the top three of the Ivy League standings for the 12th time last season, the Harvard women’s basketball team was picked to finish third in the Ivy League preseason media poll, the conference announced today, Oct. 17. The Crimson concluded its 2017-18 campaign in third place with an 18-11 overall record and 10-4 mark in Ancient Eight play.
  • Men's and Women's Basketball Unleash the Crimson Madness
    October 13, 2018
    The Harvard men’s and women’s basketball teams kicked off their seasons Saturday night, welcoming fans to Lavietes Pavilion for 2018 Crimson Madness.
  • Men’s & Women’s Basketball Ready to Host Crimson Madness
    October 11, 2018
    Welcoming fans for the eighth-annual year, Harvard men’s and women’s basketball open the 2018-19 slate with Crimson Madness on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. For fans unable to attend, the action will be broadcast on ESPN+.
  • Gallery: Women’s Basketball Preseason Trip to Spain
    September 19, 2018
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – From August 18-29, the Harvard women’s basketball team traveled to Spain for a preseason foreign tour before its 2018-19 season begins. All returning players, coaches and staff were able to participate thanks to a concerted effort from the University, alumni, administration and many more.
  • Women’s Basketball Closes Out Foreign Tour Undefeated
    August 28, 2018
    BARCELONA, Spain – In front of a packed arena full of Barcelona’s local basketball community, the Harvard women’s basketball team defeated club Joventut 86-39 on Monday night to conclude its three-game exhibition slate.
  • ESPN+ Information for US and International Fans
    August 27, 2018
    In the spring, the Ivy League and ESPN agreed to a long-term relationship to showcase Ivy League events through a variety of ESPN platforms. This includes coverage for all 42 Harvard varsity programs on ESPN linear networks and ESPN+. 
  • Women’s Basketball Picks Up Second Win Abroad
    August 25, 2018
    VALENCIA, Spain – Entering the second half of its Spain foreign tour, the Harvard women’s basketball picked up its second win of the trip with an 80-59 victory over Valencia Basket Club on Friday night.
  • Women’s Basketball Edges Districto Olimpico in First Foreign Contest
    August 22, 2018
    MADRID, Spain – After soaking up the city of Madrid on the first leg of its foreign tour, the Harvard women’s basketball team defeated Districto Olimpico, a Spanish club team, 80-74, in its first game abroad yesterday. A competitive match that featured all 15 Crimson players led to 16 assists on 28 baskets for Harvard’s first win. Two members from Districto Olimpico also played with Harvard alumna Allison Feaster during her time competing professionally in Spain.
  • Women’s Basketball Set to Embark on Foreign Tour to Spain
    August 15, 2018
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Leading up to the approaching 2018-19 season, the Harvard women’s basketball team will depart on an 11-day foreign tour to Spain this Saturday. From August 18-29, the Crimson will travel to Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona with three games scheduled against opponents from select Spanish teams. 
  • Winter Sport Single Game Tickets On Sale Now
    August 13, 2018
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Single game tickets for the 2018-19 season are now on sale for the Harvard Crimson men’s and women’s basketball and hockey teams.
  • Women’s Basketball Unveils 2018-19 Schedule
    August 08, 2018
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard women’s basketball head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith has announced the team’s 2018-19 schedule today, August 8. The slate spans eight different conferences and features two trips to California. The Crimson looks to defend its 2017-18 undefeated home record with 12 regular season contests at Lavieties Pavilion this year.
  • Women’s Basketball Shares Summer Experiences
    July 20, 2018
    CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Like many student-athletes at Harvard, members of the Harvard women’s basketball team have used their summer vacation to better themselves and their communities. For some, summer consists of growing their skills during an internship or job, while others choose to spend their time volunteering around the world. Madeline Raster, Nani Redford and Maddie Stuhlreyer have proactively spent their summers translating what they have learned through being a student-athlete at Harvard into their lives off the court.
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