PRINCETON, N.J. - For the second time this season, junior Justice Shelton-Mosley has been recognized by the Ivy League as the Special Teams Player of the Week. The conference made the announcement via its weekly awards release Monday.
Shelton-Mosley accounted for 129 all-purpose yards in Saturday's 38-10 victory at Harvard Stadium. The most exciting 85 yards came on his first quarter punt return to give Harvard a 7-0 lead before the Crimson offense had a chance to take the field for its first possession. The play marked the second time this season Shelton-Mosley has taken a punt all the way back this season and was the third of his career. The 85-yard distance is tied for fifth-longest in program history.
Additionally, the Sacramento, California native had one kick-off return of 41 yards and a four-yard rushing TD. He was one of three Harvard players with at least 100 all-purpose yards. Charlie Booker III, selected to the Ivy League Honor Roll, had 159 rushing yards and Adam Scott had 104 total yards, including a 90-yard kick-off return to start the second half.
Harvard remains at home this week, hosting Princeton under the lights Friday night at 7:30 p.m. The game can be seen live on NBC Sports Network.