Harvey Reaches Milestone
Williams Baptist College’s Kyle Harvey has reached 1,000 career points. Harvey reached the milestone on January 2, against Ouachita Baptist University. He is a junior forward from Corning, Ark.
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“I am happy because I am helping the team by scoring, I have been blessed with good coaches and teammates,” said Harvey.
Harvey averaged 9.4 points per game as a freshman with 207 points total. He worked hard to improve between his freshmen and sophomore years, and was rewarded as an All-American in 2011.
That season he averaged 20.5 points per contest, and scored 573 points. This season has been much the same for Harvey. He leads the conference in scoring and is ranked 22nd nationally at 19.6 points per game.
Harvey’s career average stands at 16.4 points per game with a 54 percent field goal shooting average. His career high for points in a game is 38. That came against Missouri Baptist University on January 22, 2011.
“It shows how hard work can pay off. Kyle would do anything I asked of him on the court. His will to learn and win has contributed to his success on the court,” said Head Coach Josh Austin.
Harvey is majoring in Physical Education and plans to graduate in 2013. He is the son of Kyle and Virginia Harvey of Corning, Ark.