NEW YORK -- Siyani Chambers scored 19 points and finished with nine assists as Harvard's balanced shooting led to a 94-86 victory over Fordham on Saturday.
The Crimson (11-1) got 17 points each from Kyle Casey and Agunwa Okolie, while Wesley Saunders added 14 and Steve Moundou-Missi added 11. Harvard combined for 24 assists and 56.6 percent shooting from the floor (30 of 53) in its seventh straight win.
Fordham (7-5) led by three with 9:21 left in the first half, but went more than 5 minutes without a basket. Harvard took advantage of the dry spell and broke away to lead 43-32 at intermission.
Branden Frazier scored 31 points for the Rams and Jon Severe added 29. Fordham cut its deficit to six points with 2 minutes remaining in the contest, but the Crimson shot 8 of 8 from the free throw line in the final 31 seconds.
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