Found March 08, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Harvard University men's basketball team has not appeared in the NCAA tournament since 1946. However, that will change in 2012, while the Crimson anxiously await to hear their name called on Selection Sunday after winning the Ivy League. Kyle Casey and Keith Wright are two members of the squad who are understandably excited about the prospect of some postseason play. What they're more excited about, however, is not needing to sweat out an extra one-game playoff against Pennsylvania. The Quakers could have tied the Crimson for the league title on Tuesday night, but the Tigers prevailed and that meant...
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