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Harvard reaches 20 wins, tops Cornell 67-44
Question of the Day
The Crimson (20-4, 7-1 Ivy) are the first Ivy League team in a generation to reach that plateau since Penn’s league-record six times (1970-75).
Harvard’s balanced attack featured four players in double figures - Laurent Rivard 12 points, Wesley Saunders 11 and Steve Moundou-Missi 10 - and was a potent 60 percent from the floor (27-45). With 10 steals and a block, Harvard forced 16 turnovers.
Big Red (2-20, 1-7) was led by Nolan Cressler’s 17 points. Cornell went to the free-throw line just five times, making three.
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