Harvard, Bethune-Cookman and Yale are among the teams that did not play this college basketball season. What have their years been like?
- OSU's Towns detained at protest: 'I won't stop'
- Ex-Harvard guard Aiken commits to Seton Hall
- Top grad transfer Towns picks OSU over Duke
- Vols-Huskies to highlight Naismith tripleheader
Freddie Coleman talks to Robin Harris, Executive Director of the Ivy League to discuss the decision to cancel winter sports.
Seth Towns, who graduated from Harvard on Thursday and has transferred to play for Ohio State next season, was briefly detained during a protest in Columbus, Ohio, on Friday.
Top-five graduate transfer Bryce Aiken, a former Harvard guard, committed to Seton Hall, choosing the Pirates over Maryland, Iowa State and Michigan.
Seth Towns, the best graduate transfer on the market, committed to Ohio State on Saturday night. The guard, a native of Columbus, Ohio, chose the Buckeyes over Duke.
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While ￼top seed Yale was ranked higher by the metric, BPI favored No. 2 seed Havard￼ in the Ivy League Tournament 44% to 43% (for Yale) because the tournament was to take place at Harvard. No. 2 seed Yale won the 2019 tournament on its campus while Harvard was the No. 1 seed.
Justin Bassey scored 19 points and Harvard earned its 21st victory in its regular season finale, beating Yale 83-69 on Saturday night.
Zach Hunsaker scored 20 points, draining five 3-pointers, and Brown beat Harvard 64-55 on Friday night, remaining in contention for the fourth and final slot in the Ivy League playoffs.
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Robert Baker scored 12 points, Rio Haskett scored 11 and nine Harvard players entered the scoring column and the Crimson beat Cornell 67-58 on Saturday night.
Reserves Rio Haskett and freshman Chris Ledlum combined to score 34 points and Harvard held off Columbia 77-69 on Friday night.
Noah Kirkwood and Chris Lewis scored 19 points each as Harvard defeated Penn 69-65 on Saturday night.
Mason Forbes, Noah Kirkwood and Christian Juzang each scored 11 points, and Harvard beat Princeton 61-60 on Friday night, the Crimson's ninth straight home victory.
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Noah Kirkwood had a season-high 22 points plus 10 rebounds as Harvard stretched its home win streak to eight games, narrowly defeating Columbia 77-73 in double overtime on Saturday night.