SAN FRANCISCO -- Jamaree Bouyea scored 14 points and grabbed seven rebounds and San Francisco held on late to edge Harvard 61-57 on Wednesday night.
The Dons led throughout the first half and were up 32-21 at the break. Harvard took a brief one-point lead late in the second quarter on a layup by Noah Kirkwood but San Francisco went ahead again, 53-52, on a pair of Bouyea free throws with 4:08 to play. Bouyea followed that with a layup and a 3-pointer to make it 58-54 with 1:30 left. Harvard closed to 59-57 with :24 remaining but Spencer Freedman missed a jumper after that and Ferrari drained two free throws with two seconds left for the final score.
Chris Lewis led the Crimson (2-3) with 16 points and five rebounds.
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