Harvard women’s basketball approaches a challenging Ivy slate.
Corey Johnson ’19, Harvard's best three-point shooter over the past two years, sank three treys to help the Crimson beat Dartmouth 61-51 in its Ivy League opener. Photograph by Eric Miller/Courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
Jeannie Boehm ’20 (shown here against UNH in the first round of the WNIT) scored 11 points and blocked seven shots in the Crimson’s loss to St. John’s in the second round of the tournament. Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
Siyani Chambers '16 ('17) had five assists and just one turnover in the men's basketball team's loss to Yale in the Ivy League tournament semifinals. Photographs courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
The right stuff: Freshman point guard Katie Benzan, shown shooting in the home opener against Maine, led the Harvard women’s basketball team in minutes played and points scored per game through January, helping to spark 16 consecutive wins—tying the longest such streak in Crimson basketball history and raising hopes for an Ivy League championship.
Photographs courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications
Siyani Chambers ’16 (’17) led the Crimson in scoring in both games this past weekend. With six assists and no turnovers on Friday, he led Harvard to a 69-59 win over Penn. Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications