Harvard beats Daniel Webster 94-51
BOSTON (AP)—Jeremy Lin had 16 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals—all team and game highs—as Harvard defeated Div. III Daniel Webster (Nashua, N.H.) on Sunday, 94-51.
Peter Boehm scored 14 points, Drew Housman and Max Kenyi each finished with 11, and three other Harvard players tallied nine points apiece.
Adam Landry had 14 points to lead Daniel Webster (3-4), while Tim Jackson and Chris Hanson each added nine points and four assists for the Eagles.
Harvard (6-5) outscored Daniel Webster 43-19 in the second half.
The Crimson shot 53 percent from the floor and 47 percent (9-of-19) from beyond the arc. Harvard made 13-of-15 free throws in the second half and shot 84 percent from the line for the game.
After a Landry jumper with 12 minutes to play put the score at 73-44, Harvard went on a 12-0 run over the next six minutes to go up 85-44.
Harvard led 51-32 at the break.
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