The last five haven’t been as comfortable: 3-point wins in 2009 and 2010, a 4-point victory in 2011, and an 8-point win a season ago, when the Crimson were ranked No. 25 by the Associated Press.
The latest Jadwin loss means Harvard no longer controls its Ivy League fate. Three wins, at worst, would put the Crimson in a one-game playoff for the automatic NCAA Tournament bid. The margin for error has disappeared.
But there are no more trips to Princeton’s place.