In the Ivy League, there is no conference tournament to decide the automatic bid to the Big Dance. So the Crimson must win the conference regular season title to advance. This means games at Lavietes Pavilion are that much bigger than regular season games from other leagues.
Harvard has also been to the NIT in 2011 and the CIT in 2010, so they have been to the postseason six straight years. Will this season be the seventh? Come out to Lavietes Center and see.
The Crimson has been playing their home games at Lavietes Pavilion since it opened in 1982. It seats a little over 2,100 fans which means every seat is close to the court. Where else can you watch a Top 32 program this close?
You can enjoy great seats for games against teams such as MIT, UMass, Bryant, Wofford, Vermont, Dartmouth, Cornell, Columbia, Brown, Yale and more while you enjoy your favorite concession items such as burgers, dogs, nachos, sausage, popcorn, pretzels, nachos and more.
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