Kathy Delaney-Smith

Carrie Moore and Dalila Eshe picture, along with the teaser title 'Is it time for #TwoBidIvy' for the Locked on Women's Basketball Podcast discussing the Ivy League

Locked on Women’s Basketball: A two-bid Ivy League?

By The Next / June 10, 2022

New coaches, challengers to Princeton’s reign, and whether the Ivy League will be a two-bid league

Carrie Moore and Dalila Eshe

How Harvard’s Carrie Moore and Yale’s Dalila Eshe will shake up the Ivy League

By Jenn Hatfield / May 15, 2022

Moore and Eshe are trailblazers off the court and looking to end Princeton’s reign on it

‘You are the reason I stayed here 40 years’: The legacy of Harvard’s Kathy Delaney-Smith through those she’s molded

By Jenn Hatfield / April 18, 2022

630 wins, countless relationships

Big threes, air guitars and a proper sendoff: Inside the Ivy League Tournament semifinals

By Jenn Hatfield / March 12, 2022

Princeton and Columbia advanced, but Harvard showed ‘what Ivy basketball is all about’

Which Ivy League head coach was the best player?

By Jenn Hatfield / March 4, 2022

Ahead of the conference tournament, Ivy head coaches vote on a different kind of bragging rights

Even in defeat, Kathy Delaney-Smith’s legacy at Harvard shines through on KDS Day

By Jenn Hatfield / February 15, 2022

‘Nothing compares to being a part of that literal empire that Kathy’s built’

Before Harvard, Kathy Delaney-Smith dominated — and revolutionized — Massachusetts high school basketball

By Jenn Hatfield / January 17, 2022

Inside Kathy Delaney-Smith’s ‘Green Machine’

Harvard head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith will retire after the 2021-22 season

By Jenn Hatfield / November 6, 2021

Entering her 40th season, Delaney-Smith is the winningest Ivy League coach of all time in any sport