Hosch, Lindsey and Shelton-Mosley take home weekly Ancient Eight awards.
PRINCETON, N.J. – After the Harvard football team's 14-13 comeback win over Dartmouth, three student-athletes earned Ivy League weekly awards, the conference announced. Senior Scott Hosch was named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week, senior Jacob Lindsey took home Defensive Player of the Week honors from the league and freshman Justice Shelton-Mosley was recognized as the Ancient Eight Rookie of the Week.
Hosch led the Crimson to two touchdown drives in the final quarter. He found Seitu Smith II for a 39-yard TD on 4th-and-12, getting Harvard on the board and putting the score at 13-7. With 38 seconds left, Hosch connected with Shelton-Mosley for a five-yard score, giving the Crimson the lead and its 21st-straight win, 15th-consecutive conference win and 11th-straight home win. Hosch finished 24-of-38 for 276 yards and two TDs and is 13-0 as the Crimson starting QB.
Lindsey forced a Dartmouth fumble with 2:54 remaining to give the Crimson the ball back, trailing 13-7. The Cleves, Ohio native finished with 1.5 tackles for a loss and 1.0 sack. He also made seven stops overall and broke up a pass.
Shelton-Mosley caught the game-winning TD from Hosch with 38 seconds left. Shelton-Mosley finished with nine receptions for 71 yards.
Harvard hits the road for a matchup at Columbia Saturday, Nov. 7 at 1 p.m. The game will be shown live on the Ivy League Digital Network.