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Carrie Moore

Carrie Moore is in her first year as Delaney-Smith head coach of women's basketball.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletics Communications

Carrie Moore’s first season coaching the women’s basketball team 


Portrait of Edwin Bancroft Henderson

Edwin Bancroft Henderson

Portrait in the public domain

Edwin Bancroft Henderson and the history behind the Harvard-Howard game


Christine Mansour

Christine Mansour at the 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Alabama

Photograph courtesy of Christine Mansour

How Christine Mansour became a beach handball star


Carrie Moore on the sideline of a basketball game.

As an assistant coach at the University of Michigan, Moore helped lead the Wolverines to the NCAA Tournament's Elite Eight.

Photograph by Michigan Athletics/courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications


She succeeds Kathy Delaney-Smith, who led the Crimson for 40 seasons.


Kathy Delaney-Smith

Kathy Delaney-Smith

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

In her final season, the Harvard women’s basketball coach stays “in the moment."


Noah Kirkwood

Noah Kirkwood

Photograph by Gil Tabot

In an injury-filled season, Harvard’s best player assumes a new role.


Mason and McKenzie Forbes

Mason and McKenzie Forbes

Photographs courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications; collage by Niko Yaitanes/Harvard Magazine

Mason and McKenzie Forbes work together on and off the court.


Chris Lewis, ball in hand, drives past opponent

Senior forward Chris Lewis led the Crimson in rebounding, en route to an All-Ivy League Second Team selection.

Photograph by Erica Denhoff

Injuries—and the coronavirus—lead to disappointing basketball seasons.

May-June 2020