Harvard women's basketball finished the 2023-24 season 16-12 overall, claiming the No. 3 seed in Ivy Madness under Coach Carrie Moore. The team excelled in three-point percentage defense and ranked high in various statistical categories.

By the Numbers
  • The Crimson held opponents to 29.1% three-point shooting.
  • Assists averaged 14.5 per game.
  • Scoring averaged 68.9 points per game.
  • Field goal percentage stood at 43.0%.
  • Three-point field goal percentage was 31.7%.
Yes, But

Harvard faced challenges during non-conference play, highlighted by Lola Mullaney's absence in five games.

State of Play
  • Lola Mullaney, the sole senior, left a significant impact on the team's history, ranking high in various career statistics.
  • Junior Harmoni Turner led in multiple categories and continues to climb in career rankings.
What's Next

The team will look to build on its successes and further develop younger players like Katie Krupa, who showed promise in her sophomore season.

Bottom Line

Harvard women's basketball made strides in the 2023-24 season, with key players leaving lasting legacies and potential for continued growth in the upcoming seasons.