• ATN: A lot of moving parts
    May 28, 2017
    The men's and women's national championships are moving to new sites in 2019. Coaching moves at Wash U, Puget Sound and throughout the Centennial highlight the coaching carousel. And conference moves continue in the Northeast and Central regions. Ryan Scott helps break it all down here.
  • Patrick Doherty Selected as Haverford College Men's Basketball Coach
    May 12, 2017
    Patrick Doherty comes to Haverford after spending eight seasons as an assistant coach at Lafayette College, with his final two seasons as the associate head coach.
  • Leopard changes spots for Ford's scarlet
    May 11, 2017
    Haverford hired LaFayette associate head coach Patrick Doherty as its new head men's basketball coach. Doherty also spent time as an assistant at Williams and TCNJ.
  • Mucci announces retirement
    March 22, 2017
    Michael Mucci, the winningest coach in the 99 year history of the Haverford men's basketball program, has announced his retirement after 22 years.
  • Keeping their memory alive
    February 16, 2016
    Two Johns Hopkins basketball alums lost their lives in the World Trade Center attacks. Their memory lives on through the annual Wall-O'Mahony game. Haverford could not participate in the game this year, but there was still a Haverford connection on the court. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.
  • Levine big in crunch time as Fords down Diplomats
    January 26, 2013
    Haverford ended a 10-game Franklin & Marshall streak over the Fords with Saturday's home upset.
  • Upset bid by Fords falls bucket short of #8 F&M
    December 08, 2012
    The Fords pushed the nationally-ranked Diplomats to the limit but missed a last-second shot in Saturday's 2-point loss.
  • Baker's buzzer beater downs Bullets
    December 01, 2012
    Cam Baker drained a three-pointer from in front of Haverford's bench to beat the buzzer and Gettysburg.
  • Haverford returns four starters in 2010-11
    November 16, 2010
    Four returning starters from last season bring an elevated level of confidence into the beginning of this season lifted by a late-season surge in 2009-10 and a solid summer of work from league play in Philadelphia or workouts at home.