Former Crimson Steeves Leads George Washington Over Old Team, 58-48


Last March, then-junior Patrick Steeves announced he was transferring from Harvard.

On Saturday, Steeves, now a George Washington Colonial squared off against his former team, and made its life miserable.

Steeves scored a game-high 19 points and retrieved a game-high nine boards to power GW over Harvard, 58-48.


1 2 T
HARV (5-7) 24 24 48
GW (7-6) 30 28 58

Steeves’ first two field goals, a jumper and dunk, were part of a 9-0 Colonials’ to open the game. He finished the first half with 15 points as GW led 30-24 at the break.

With 4:34 remaining, Steeves slammed home a dunk, pushing the Colonials up, 55-42, and the Crimson, who were without leading scorer Bryce Aiken (17.6 PPG) due to a minor knee injury for the second straight game, couldn’t respond.

Seth Towns led the Crimson with 12 points.

Harvard, which sits at 1-6 on the road, looks to get back on track next Saturday at 12 p.m. when it visits Minnesota (11-3).


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