Men’s Basketball Leads Nation with Six on NABC Honors Court

Harvard huddles before its game at Columbia
Photo by Steven Ryan

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Excelling in the classroom and in the community, six Harvard men's basketball players have been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court, as announced by the organization on Wednesday: Justin Bassey, Balsa Dragovic, Robbie Feinberg, Chris Lewis, James McLean and Henry Welsh.

Harvard's six players leads all of Division I, tied with Wright State and San Francisco, while the Crimson has more student-athletes on the list than the rest of the Ivy League combined. To be named to the Honors Court, players needed to hold at least a 3.2 cumulative grade point average and be of junior or senior academic standing.

The six Crimson players helped the program to its second-straight Ivy League championship in 2019, and its seventh title in nine seasons.