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Aiken Named to Lou Henson All-America Team

Aiken Named to Lou Henson All-America Team

Harvard has a Lou Henson All-America honoree for the second-straight season (Photos by Gil Talbot, David Silverman and Steven Ryan).

BOSTON – Continuing to collect accolades after a dominant season, junior Bryce Aiken has been named to the Lou Henson All-America team.

The Lou Henson team honors the top mid-major players in the country, and the Lou Henson Award, presented later this month, will honor the top mid-major player, selected from the list of All-America selections. Aiken is one of two Ivy League players honored, with Harvard getting a selection for the second-straight year.

Aiken is the fifth player in program history to be named a Lou Henson All-American, joining Jeremy Lin (2010), Keith Wright (2011), Wesley Saunders (2014) and Seth Towns (2018).

Aiken was a unanimous first team All-Ivy League selection, as well as a USBWA All-District first team and NABC All-Region second team honoree. The Randolph, New Jersey native averaged 22.2 points per game this season, which is the third highest mark in program history, together with 2.9 rebounds and 2.6 assists per night.

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