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11 - Oliver McNally
Oliver McNally
Height: 6-3
Weight: 180
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
High School: Branson
Position: Guard

Sophomore (2009-10)
Recipient of John Harnice ’84 Spirit Award ... Played in all 29 games, starting 19 ... Led Harvard in free-throw percentage (.833, 55 of 66) ... Averaged 22.6 minutes and 7.0 points per contest ... Scored 11 points and went 6-6 from the free throw line in season opener at Holy Cross (11/13) ... Played 41 minutes and scored 17 points in triple overtime win over William & Mary (11/15) ... Had nine assists and no turnovers in 24 minutes against UNH (11/25) ... had a career-high three steals with 13 points in 28 miuntes against Rice (12/2) ... Was 3-of-3 from the flloor with two triples for eight points and four assists in 17 minutes at Columbia (1/29) ... Came off the bench to shoot 4-5 from 3-point range for 14 points in 20 minutes against Penn (2/06) ... Hit a free throw shot with 1.4 seconds in regulation to send the game into OT in a win at Yale (2/12) ... Scored 20 of his 23 points in the first half against Columbia (2/20) ... Handed out four assists and netted 14 points against Brown (2/21) ... Dished out four helpers against Appalachian State in CollegeInsider.com Tournament (3/17).

Freshman (2008-09)

Appeared in all 28 games and made three starts at point guard including the season opener ... Averaged over 23 minutes per game and showed the ability to make big shots ... Connected on both of his first collegiate free throws while adding four points and three rebounds in first collegiate game and start at New Hampshire 11/19 ... Had six points at Colorado 11/22 ... Started the first three games before being limited due to an injury against Army ... Was 4-for-8, including 4-of-5 from inside the arc, for eight points to go with three assists in 24 minutes against BU 12/3 ... Hit a late jumper that gave Harvard the lead for good in a 67-64 win at Colgate on 12/6 ... Was 2-of-2 from 3-point range and had four assists in 20 minutes at George Washington on 12/13 ... Scored 10 points with five at the free throw line (5-6) at Maine on 12/21 ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week on 1/12 ... Was 10-of-11 from the free throw line and hit a clutch 3-pointer in a victory at 17th-ranked Boston College on 1/07 ... Hit the game-winning shot with 13 seconds to play at Dartmouth on 1/10, which was one of two late jumpers as the score changed hands several times in the final minute of play ... Scored 16 points in a season-ending win at Yale.

Background
Son of Vicki and Rich ... Four-year letterwinner and two-year starter for The Branson School as a point guard and shooting guard ... Also was a four-year starter on the school's soccer team as a striker ... Captain of the basketball team as a senior ... Part of three-straight league and Division V state championship teams ... Three-time Marin County Athletic League first team selection ... Teams posted a combined 129-12 record during his four-year career ... Two-time California Division V Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Two-time All-Metro selection by the San Francisco Chronicle and was the newspaper's Player of the Year as a senior ... Spent the summer of 2007 working in New Orleans for Habitat for Humanity ... Is an avid collector of athletic shoes ... Great, Great Grandfather, Herman T. Baldwin graduated from Harvard in 1891 and received a medical degree  from Harvard in 1894 ... Great Grandfather, Clarke T. Baldwin graduated from Harvard in 1922 ... Great Grandfather, Peter Rodes, was the football captain for Navy's 1913 season when the Midshipmen went 7-1-1 ... Grandfather, Clarke T. Baldwin, Jr., graduated from West Point in 1943 and was the captain of the polo team ... Brother, Xander, is a junior on the basketball team at the University of Denver.