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The Scouting Report
Five straight conference championships. Four straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament. A .913 winning percentage at home since 2011. Based on these numbers alone, it’s clear Head Coach Tommy Amaker has elevated Harvard men’s basketball to become the class of the Ivy League. This year, however, the Crimson will have to go through a tough lineup of determined conference opponents if it wants to hoist another banner and dine on the traditional victor’s ivy-leaf salad. Leading the way will be standout junior Zena Edosomwan, who averaged a double-double through the first six games of the season, grabbing 10 rebounds to go with his 12.8 points per game. The Crimson will need his leadership as they welcome Dartmouth to Lavietes Pavilion for the first conference game of the year.
Championships and distinguished alumni are both part of Harvard's 150-year athletic tradition that traces back to a wrestling match between sophomores and freshmen in 1780. Beyond their four NCAA championships in men's hockey, women's lacrosse, women's rowing, and fencing, Harvard has produced 141 national team championships and numerous Olympians who have faced off against elite competition and in almost every time zone. In addition to winning three conference titles in a row, the men's football team went 9–1 last year, and has won at least seven games in each of the past 15 years, an Ivy League record. The Harvard Crimson women's tennis program accounts for 18 ivy league championships, laying claim to five of them in the past 12 years.