Harvard's Jeff Reynolds Named Ivy League Baseball Player of the Week
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard baseball senior second baseman Jeff Reynolds has been named the Ivy League Player of the Week in an announcement made Tuesday afternoon. Reynolds becomes the second Harvard player in as many weeks to earn top player honors as he follows sophomore Jake McGuiggan's nod last week.
Reynolds (St. Petersburg, Fla.) was a major contributor in his team's successful week which included a 3-1 series win against Brown. Reynolds batted .611 (11-of-18) in five games with four runs, five doubles and eight RBI.
Reynolds slugged .889 and walked four times while finishing with a .682 on-base percentage. He recorded four multi-hit games, two three-hit games and picked up at least one hit and one RBI in each contest. Reynolds batted .692 in Harvard's four-game set against Brown (9-of-13) with four doubles, and six RBI. He reached base safely at least three times in each game against Brown.
Reynolds earned his second career Ivy League weekly award and his first since being named Rookie of the Week on April 1, 2009.