10 Noah Kirkwood
10 - Noah Kirkwood
Height: 6-7
Weight: 215
Year: Fr
Hometown: Ottawa, Ontario
High School: Northfeld Mount Hermon (Mass.)
Position: G

Career Highs
28, at Brown 2/22/19
11, at Brown 2/22/19
 18, at Brown 2/22/19
5, at Brown 2/22/19
9, at Brown 2/22/19
6, at Columbia 3/9/19
7, vs. Penn 3/1/19
10, vs. Penn 3/1/19
7, twice
2, vs. Princeton 3/2/19
2, six times
38, at Georgetown 3/20/19

First-Year (2018-19):
Ivy League Rookie of the Year … Set a program record with seven Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors (Nov. 26, Dec. 3, Dec. 31, Feb. 18, Feb. 25, March 4 and March 11) … Ivy League honor roll (Dec. 24, Jan. 14) … Appeared in 30 games with nine starts … Averaged 11.1 points, second-highest on the team, 4.4 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game … Had 13 points in his career debut against MIT (Nov. 6) … Scored 20 points in a pair of home games against Holy Cross (Nov. 28) and George Washington (Dec. 22) … Led the Crimson with 19 points against Mercer (Dec. 29) … Neared a triple-double with a career-high 28 points, nine rebounds and seven assists at Brown (Feb. 22) … Scored in double figures in each of the last six games of the year, including 19 against Yale in the Ivy Championship game (March 17) and against NC State in the second round of the NIT (March 24) … Had 11 points and tied a career-best with seven assists in Harvard’s NIT contest at Georgetown (March 17) … Helped Harvard to its second-straight Ivy League Championship, its seventh in nine seasons, and a berth in the NIT for the second-consecutive season.

Before Harvard
Five-year starter and letterwinner at Northfield Mount Hermon (2017-18) and Ashbury College HS (2013-17) … Played for Brookwood Elite on Adidas Circuit … All-city selection from 2013-17, 2017 Provincial MVP … All-Canadian selection in 2016-17 … Named to all-state and all-league teams in 2018 … All-time Ashbury school record holder in points, rebounds, steals, assists and wins. Went undefeated in varsity city games at Ashbury (40-0) … Gold medalist with Canada at FIBA U-19 World Championships … Silver medalist with Canada at FIBA Americas U-16 Championships … Three-time Canadian junior national team member (U-16, U-17, U-19) … Father, Art Kirkwood, played basketball at Ottawa University.

Noah Kirkwood with Doug Elmendorf, the dean and Don K. Price Professor of Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government. Each year, our team hosts a moderated conversation at the Kennedy School’s “Open Forum.” Noah first met Dean Elmendorf at the conversation between Harvard Basketball alum and former Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, and David Gergen, Director of the Center for Public Leadership at HKS, and senior political analyst for CNN. In a later meeting, Dean Elmendorf spoke to Noah about an upcoming trip he would make to Canada, and about Noah’s hometown just outside Ottawa.