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Junior Evan Cummins, shown here in previous action, had nine points and 10 rebounds on Thursday.
Senior guard Wesley Saunders, shown here in action against Holy Cross earlier this week, came off the bench on Tuesday.
Harvard's five regular starters responded to coach Tommy Amaker's benching in the Crimson's 71-49 win over Florida Atlantic.
A 28-2 run helped the Harvard men's basketball team avenge last year's loss.
On many teams across the league, players work with the system to get the most out of their four years of eligibility. Some might do it to improve their professional prospects, but most are simply looking to be more competitive, help their team, and play the game they love for a little bit longer.
Four days after a 58-57 loss to Holy Cross knocked the Harvard men’s basketball team (1-1) out of the Top 25, the Crimson will retake the court against the Florida Atlantic Owls Thursday night (8:00 P.M., Lavietes Pavilion).
Wesley Saunders—seen here in the post-game press conference following the Crimson's upset over Cincinnati in the second round of the 2014 NCAA tournament—was named to the Wooden Award Preseason Top 50 list.
The award, according to its website, “is the most prestigious individual honor in college basketball.”
After the Harvard men’s basketball team (1-0) opened its season with a 21-point win over Cambridge neighbor MIT, it faces a stiffer challenge Sunday against Holy Cross in the Coaches v. Cancer tripleheader.
On Tuesday, Vermont Academy three-star guard Corey Johnson became the fourth player to join the Crimson’s class of 2015.
Senior wing Wesley Saunders had 24 points and 12 rebounds on the night against Holy Cross.
On a night when many of his teammates struggled, Harvard senior Wesley Saunders was dynamic, showcasing a plethora of moves that could ascend to the next level.