Miller Leads Men’s Basketball Past Ryerson, 73-57

Miller finished with 18 points, all coming from beyond-the-arc (Gil Talbot).

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Corbin Miller moved into ninth place in program history for career 3-pointers, finishing with 18 points from beyond-the-arc as the Harvard men's basketball team cruised past Ryerson, 73-57.

Miller finished with a career-high six 3-pointers to give him 129 for his career, leading Harvard's (8-8) bench attack as it tallied 40 points. Weisner Perez was also a force off the bench, grabbing a career and game-high 13 rebounds while adding nine points.

Zena Edosomwan registered his sixth double-double of the season with 11 points and 12 rebounds. Evan Cummins finished with 12 points and six boards while Agunwa Okolie added 10 rebounds and eight points.

Harvard outrebounded Ryerson (4-2), the fifth-ranked team in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, by a 58-32 margin, representing the most rebounds by a Crimson team under Tommy Amaker, The Thomas G. Stemberg '71 Family Endowed Coach for Harvard Men's Basketball, and the squad's largest rebounding margin.

The Crimson will hit the road for the first time since December as it travels to Washington, District of Columbia, to take on Howard at 12 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 16.

Harvard and Ryerson exchanged baskets early as the score stood at 10-7 in favor of the Rams just over six minutes in. Perez and Miller came off the bench and ignited the offense, leading the Crimson on a 7-0 run as it took a 20-14 advantage midway through the opening half.

Harvard started to pull away as it went on a 9-0 run to take a 29-17 lead. Evan Cummins furthered the lead with back-to-back layups, and Patrick Steeves closed out the half with five-straight points, giving the Crimson a 38-23 margin at the break.

The Crimson bench paced Harvard's offense with 23 points, led by Miller's 12 from beyond-the-arc and Perez who turned in six points and six rebounds.

Edosomwan came out on fire to start the second half as he netted nine of the first 11 points to extend the lead to 49-34. Miller's sixth 3-pointer gave Harvard its largest lead of the night, 62-42, with just over eight minutes remaining.

Ryerson made it a 13-point game with 4:26 to go, but Harvard ended the night on an 8-2 run to seal the 73-57 victory.

Game Notes: Harvard's 58 rebounds were the most ever in a game under Tommy Amaker … Harvard's plus-26 advantage on the glass was the largest ever under Tommy Amaker … Harvard held Ryerson to 35.0 percent shooting (21-60), marking the eighth time a Harvard opponent has shot under 40.0 percent this season … Harvard has held six opponents to fewer than 60 points … Corbin Miller moved into ninth place in program history with 129 career 3-pointers, surpassing 3-time All-Ivy League selection Tyler Rullman'93 (128) … Corbin Miller set a career-high with six 3-pointers, matching the most made by a Harvard student-athlete under Tommy Amaker … Harvard has made at least five 3-pointers in 19-straight games dating back to last season … Zena Edosomwan recorded his sixth double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds.