2005: Harris played in 15 matches as a sophomore. He recorded one goal on the season in four shot attempts. That goal was the match winner against St. Francis (Pa.) (Sept. 11).
2004: Harris did not play in 2004, recovering from a preseason injury.
2003: Harris took to collegiate soccer well, serving as a reserve midfielder for Marquette in all 19 contests. He did earn two early season starts against Ill.-Chicago (Sept. 3) and Oakland (Sept. 7). Primarily a midfielder, Harris took four shots on the season and had an assist in MU's 4-1 win over Wis.-Green Bay (Oct. 25).
At East: Harris earned four varsity letters during his high school career and started at midfielder during the final three years. He was captain of the team his senior year and was voted most valuable player by his teammates, helping East win the Sunflower Conference in his' sophomore and junior years. Harris' club team, the '84/'85 Kansas City Attack, were Kansas State Champions in 2000, 2001 and 2003. The Attack were Region II semifinalists in 2001 and 2003 and ended those seasons with a national ranking of 8th and 13th respectively. He was a member of the Kansas State ODP team from 1998 through 2003 and was captain of the team for the last four years. He was named to the Region II pool in 1999.
Personal: Harris was born January 4, 1985, in Kansas City, Mo., to Steve and Georgeanne Harris. He has two older siblings, Welsh and Michelle. He is a broadcasting major.
Harris' Career Stats
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