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Sunday, March 11, 2012

WHRB to Cover Harvard's First NCAA Tournament since 1946

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – WHRB Cambridge will cover live all of the Harvard men’s basketball team’s NCAA tournament games on 95.3FM in the greater Boston Area, the station announced on this week. WHRB is the flagship station for Harvard basketball and will continue its basketball coverage into the NCAA tournament. Harvard College students Scott Reed, James Yoon and Charlie Hobbs will have the call for all of the Crimson’s tournament games. WHRB has covered all home games, all Ivy League games home and away, and select non-conference road games for Harvard basketball this year.

WHRB is a non-profit FM radio station serving the greater Boston area and operated on a volunteer basis by undergraduates at Harvard College. WHRB’s sports coverage, in addition to basketball, includes all Harvard football games and all Harvard men’s ice hockey games. The station’s other programming features classical music, jazz, rock, and hip-hop.

Harvard will open on Thursday against the Vanderbilt Commodores. The time has yet to be announced. Updates on coverage will be posted to the station’s website whrb.org and twitter.com/WHRBSports. Questions should be sent via email to sports@whrb.org.



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