Through one half, the Crimson have displayed tremendous ball movement and time management through the first half as nearly every Harvard player on the floor touched the ball before a shot was attempted. Along with Casey and Rivard, there are others involved in the action for the Crimson. Keith Wright has five points at halftime while Oliver McNally and Christian Webster have three.
Dave LaMore is the high point man for the Big Red through one half with six points and is a perfect three of three from the field. Chris Wroblewski has four while Drew Ferry only has three. Johnathan Gray, surprisingly only has two through one half. He had 14 the last time these two played.
Even though the Crimson are struggling from the field with a 43.5% field goal percentage, but Cornell has been worse with a field goal percentage of 32.1% percent. Yuck. The difference perhaps is how much better Harvard is shooting the three ball than is Cornell. Harvard is 38.5% from beyond the arc while the Big Red is 14.3% from three point land.
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