– Harris was the game’s top scorer with 23 points, while Andrew Pusar had 14 and Unger added 11 for Harvard.
– Five Yale players scored in double digits, with Caleb Holmes (16 points), Braswell, (12) Nick Holmes (11), and Flato (11) joining Zampier.
– The Bulldogs only committed one fewer turnover (20) than the Crimson (21), but had a big 27-15 edge in points off turnovers, thanks to 14 steals.
– Yale dominated on the boards, rebounding at 41.7 percent offensively and holding Harvard to 17.2 percent at its offensive end, but this only resulted in a 15-10 advantage for the hosts in second-chance scoring.
– The Crimson was able to keep things respectable largely due to a big edge in free throws, where it was 24 of 31 (77.4 percent), compared to just 9 of 14 (64.3 percent) for the Bulldogs.
– Harvard will visit Brown in front of the YES Network cameras, and Yale welcomes Dartmouth to New Haven on Saturday, February 9, with both contests tipping off at 7:00 pm ET.