Harvey's 1000th Point Earns AMC Player of the Week
ST. LOUIS, Mo. - Williams Baptist College junior forward Kyle Harvey cracked the 1,000-career point’s barrier early last week with 26 points against Ouachita Baptist and followed the performance with back-to-back double-digit games against Park University, earning American Midwest Conference Player of the Week honors in men's basketball.
Harvey reached 1,000 career points in the Eagles' 86-72 loss to Ouachita last Monday, hitting 12-of-16 field goals including a pair of 3-point baskets, adding six rebounds to 26 points in the NCAA Division II setback.
He followed by helping WBC to a weekend conference split with last season's AMC tournament champion, Park University, scoring 14 points with four rebounds in a 5-for-9 performance on Friday night, and Saturday, he led the Eagles to a five-point win with 12 points and five boards, hitting five shots from the floor and another two at the foul line.
On the week, Harvey was 68.8-percent (22-for-32), including 2-for-4 from outside the 3-point arc. At the foul line, he was 6-for-8, (75-percent), and he grabbed 15 rebounds, averaging five per game to go with 17.3 points per contest .He also finished with four assists, one block and one steal.
This is the second time this season Harvey has been named AMC player of the week.
Williams resumes its season Thursday night at home, hosting Missouri Baptist University at 7:30 p.m.
Story Courtesy of the AMC
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