30 Kyle Casey
30 - Kyle Casey
Height: 6-7
Weight: 225
Year: Junior
Hometown: Medway, Mass.
High School: Brimmer & May
Position: Forward
Major: Sociology
House Affiliation: Currier

Senior (2012-13):
Team co-captain.

Junior (2011-12):
Recipient of Harvard's Raymond Lavietes Most Valuable Player Award ... Named to College Sports Madness Preseason All-Ivy League second team ... Tabbed to Rivals.com Preseason All-Ivy League second team ... Selected to CBS Sports Preseason All-Ivy League first team and named conference Preseason Player of the Year ... Named as one of College Basketball’s Top 100 Players by CBS Sports ... Selected to Lindy’s Preseason All-Ivy League second team ... Named to the USBWA All-District Team ... Honored on All-Ivy League first team ... Tabbed to College Sports Madness All-Ivy Third Team ... Selected to NABC All-District Second Team ... Ranks fifth in program history with 90 career blocks ... Started all 31 games during junior season ... Led the Crimson with 11.4 points per game and is second with 5.5 rebounds per contest ... Averaged a team-high 11.7 points and adding 5.4 boards per game in Ivy action ... Reached double figures in scoring in 18 games ... Recorded one double-double on the season ... Blocked three shots and tallied 11 points against MIT (Nov. 11) ... Led Harvard with 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting, including 2-of-2 from long range, at Holy Cross (Nov. 15) ... Made six baskets, scoring 14 points, and came down with six rebounds at Loyola Marymount (Nov. 19) ... Netted 11 points and grabbed seven boards in only 18 minutes against Utah at Battle 4 Atlantis (Nov. 24) ... Led Harvard with 15 points and nine rebounds in win over Central Florida at Battle 4 Atlantis championship (Nov. 26) ... Scored eight points in only 10 minutes against Seattle (Dec. 4) ... Hit four baskets, including two from long distance, and led Harvard with 12 points at No. 9 Connecticut (Dec. 8) ... Paced the Crimson with 20 points and came down with nine boards at Boston University (Dec. 10) ... Named Ivy League Co-Player of the Week Dec. 12 ... Came down with seven boards in win at Boston College (Dec. 29) ... Made a career-high 10 field goals and earned first double-double of the year, scoring a season-high 26 points and grabbing 10 boards against Saint Joseph’s (Dec. 31) ... Sank nine baskets for 20 points, while coming down with eight rebounds at Brown (Jan. 28) ... Went 6-of-7 from the line and sank three baskets for 13 points against Cornell (Feb. 3) ... Tallied 17 points, sinking seven shots, at Penn (Feb. 10) ... Sank five baskets and amassed 12 points and eight boards at Princeton (Feb. 11) ... Connected on seven buckets, scoring 20 points and collecting eight boards against Princeton (Feb. 24) ... Added 12 points and six rebounds against Penn (Feb. 25) ... Sank seven baskets, including two triples, for 19 points and made four steals at Columbia (March 2) ... Tallied 11 points in the regular-season finale at Cornell (March 3) ... Tabbed Ivy League Co-Player of the Week March 5 ... Went 6-of-6 from the charity stripe and had 13 points against Vanderbilt in second round of NCAA tournament (March 15).

Sophomore (2010-11):
All-Ivy League second team ... Honored on preseason All-Ivy League team by Athlon Sports, Lindy’s and The Sporting News ... Named by Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook to preseason All-Ivy team ... Tabbed to Rivals.com preseason All-Ivy League second team ... Missed first three games because of foot injury ... Played in 26 games, starting 20 ... Recorded two double-doubles on the season ... Averaged 10.7 ppg and 6.0 rpg overall with 13.4 ppg and 6.4 rpg during Ivy contests ... Reached double figures in scoring 16 times, including eight straight from Jan. 28-Feb. 19 ... Ranked second on the Crimson with 28 blocks ... Finished with 13 points, shooting 3-of-3 from beyond the arc, and grabbed six rebounds against Fordham (Dec. 1) ... Collected six boards, including four offensive and scored eight points at No. 4 Connecticut (Dec. 22) ... Made 5-of-9 shots, scored 11 points and grabbed five rebounds against Monmouth (Dec. 29) ... Scored a season-best 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting, came down with six rebounds, blocked two shots and made two steals against MIT (Dec. 31) ... Grabbed nine rebounds and tallied 13 points in Ivy opener at Dartmouth (Jan. 8) ... Came down with a career-high 15 rebounds and scored 10 points for a double-double at George Washington (Jan. 15) ... Earned his second double-double, tallying 17 points and grabbing 13 boards against Columbia (Jan. 28) ... Was one rebound short of a double-double, scoring 16 and collecting nine rebounds in win over Cornell (Jan. 29) ... Tabbed Ivy Co-Player of the Week Jan. 31 ... Tallied 11 points, swatted away three shots and made two steals at Princeton (Feb. 4) ... Made 6-of-9 shots and was 6-of-8 from the foul line for 18 points and blocked a shot with one second remaining in double overtime to help the Crimson to an 83-82 win at Penn (Feb. 5) ... Connected on 8-of-13 shots for 18 points and made three steals against Yale (Feb. 11) ... Sank 8-of-11 baskets for a season-high 19 points and blocked three shots in comeback victory over Brown (Feb. 12) ... Notched 11 points and corralled seven rebounds in victory at Cornell (Feb. 18) .. Connected on all six foul shots, scoring 10 points and pulled down nine rebounds at Columbia (Feb. 19) ... Shot 5-of-7 from the floor and was 3-of-3 from the foul line for 13 points and grabbed eight boards at Yale (Feb. 26) ... Netted a team-high and season-best 24 points on 9-of-13 shooting in Harvard’s Ivy clinching win over Princeton (March 5) ... Led Harvard with 13 points and seven rebounds at Oklahoma State in NIT (March 15).


Freshman (2009-10):
Co-recipient of Hamilton Fish '10 Award, presented to Harvard's Most Improved Player ... Named by Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook as the Ivy League’s Preseason Newcomer of the Year ... Named by the coaches as the Ivy League Rookie of the Year following the regular season ... Sporting News Freshman of the Year ... Freshman of the Year by RushTheCourt ... Sixth Man of the Year by RushTheCourt ... All-Freshman Team by RushTheCourt ... Rookie of the Year and Second Team All-Ivy League selection by Basketball-U.com ... Four-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week by the Ivy League and one-time Player of the Week ... Played in all 29 games, starting 10 ... Ranked second on the Crimson with 10.4 points per game, while leading the team with 5.1 boards per contest ... Scored 12 points (4-6 FG) in collegiate debut at Holy Cross (11/13) ... Grabbed seven rebounds against Bryant (11/20) ... Had six points, four rebounds and two blocks in 15 minutes against Rice (12/2) ... Had a big game against George Washington (12/30) with 15 points coming on 11-of-13 free throws and five rebounds in 28 minutes off the bench ... Scored 19 points (7-10 FG) with six rebounds and three assists in 23 minutes at Seattle (1/02) ... Scored 27 points in 26 minutes, making all six shots and 13 free throws with eight rebounds at Santa Clara (1/04) ... Ivy league Rookie of the Week on Jan. 5 and 25 ... Had 19 points and 10 rebounds at Dartmouth on 1/23, hitting a 3-pointer at the buzzer in the first half ... Named Ivy Rookie of the Week Feb. 8 ... Made his first start against Princeton on 2/05 ... Had 10 points and six rebounds against Penn (2/06) ... Ivy league Player and Rookie of the Week on Feb. 15, becoming the first rookie to win top player honors since 2002 ... Had 20 points, hitting his first three 3-pointers, and seven rebounds in 41 minutes in a win at Yale (2/12) ... Was 8-9 from the floor and the FT line for 27 points at Brown on 2/13 ... Was 10-of-11 from the FT line against Cornell (2/19) ... Had 10 points and seven boards in 19 minutes against Columbia (2/20) ... Had 13 points in 14 minutes against Yale (2/27) ... Hit two free throws with 11.6 seconds left at Penn in a 67-66 win (3/5) ... Grabbed five rebounds, handed out four assists and scored five points at Princeton (3/6) ... Netted 14 points against Appalachian State at CollegeInsider.com Tournament (3/17).

Son of Sharon Casey ... Three-year starter at forward for Brimmer and May School in nearby Chestnut Hill, Mass. ... Averaged five blocks per game as a senior along with nearly 20 points and 12 rebounds per game ... Also earned a basketball letter while at Medway High School as a freshman ... Three-time captain at B&M ... 2008 Reebok All-America selection ... Three-time Greater Boston first team pick ... Three-time New England Prep School Athletic Conference selection ... Three-time team Most Valuable Player award ... Played for a conference championship team as a sophomore ... Earned MVP honors at the 2009 St. Sebastian's Tournament ... McDonald's All-America nominee ... Scholar-Athlete honoree ... Mother, Sharon, ran track & field at Texas Southern and in high school alongside Jackie-Joyner-Kersee ... Older brother, Randy, has played basketball at nearby Wheaton College and Dean College ... Enjoys poetry, singing and spending time with friends.

Kyle Casey with Ed Rendell, Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Politics at the John F. Kennedy School of Government and former Governor of Pennsylvania, in our lounge in Lavietes Pavilion.