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#19 Michael Harris
Position: Defender
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Shoreline, Wash.
High School: Shorecrest

At Washington

2013 Season (Senior): Started all 22 games this season ... scored two goals and contributed a Pac-12-best 10 assists on the season ... named All-Pac-12 Second Team ... named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Team of the Week after assisting on Mason Robertson's game-winning goal to defeat California, 2-1, on overtime (Nov. 10) ... assisted on the Ian Lange goal to defeat Stanford and send Washington to the first Elite 8 in program history ... key member of the Husky defense that allowed just 17 goals all season.

2012 Season (Junior): Was named to the College Sports Madness Pac-12 second-team ... started both games on opening weekend ... took a shot vs. Gonzaga ... had an assist on Taylor Peay's game-winning goal in the 33rd minute vs. Cal Poly off of his flip throw ... played and started 72 minutes vs. Wisconsin ... took two shots, one on goal in the start vs. CSUB ... started at No. 4/1 UCONN ... took one shot on goal ... had the game-winning assist on his flip throw-in vs. Memphis at UAB in the 99th minute to Dylan Tucker-Gangnes ... played 68 minutes and took one shot on goal ... played 64 minutes at UAB in the start ... played all 94 minutes vs. Brown taking one shot ... played 71 minutes off the bench vs. Seattle U taking one shot ... started and played 65 minutes in the Pac-12 opener vs. Oregon State ... assisted James Moberg on the game-winning goal in the 10th minute with his flip throw-in ... took one shot on goal in the game ... played 92 minutes at SDSU and took one shot ... played all 90 minutes in the upset at No. 8 UCLA ... was very dangerous with his flip throw in the game as both Husky goals came as a result of the long throw ... took one shot vs. Cal in the 1-0 shutout ... got the start in the 2-0 shutout vs. Stanford ... took two shots one on goal at Cal ... took one shot vs. Stanford ... left the game early with an injury ... took one shot in the 2-0 win vs. SDSU ... was limited with his flip throw the first half due to rain ... took one shot in the start vs. No. 7 UCLA ... took two shots in the start at OSU ... scored his first goal of the year, a header off of a corner kick in the 15th minute, the game-winner in the 1-0 win vs. Air Force in the NCAA First Round ... played all 90 minutes and assisted James Moberg on the tying goal in the 47th minute in the NCAA Second Round game at No. 8/12th-seeded Creighton.

2011 (Sophomore):Had a strong sophomore season, appearing in all 18 games, starting 14 ... started all but four games, against Houston Baptist, UAB, SDSU on Oct. 9, and California on Oct. 23 ... recorded one goal, two assists, four points, six shots, and two shots on goal ... scored his first career goal in 3-0 shutout of Gonzaga to start the season.

2010 (Freshman): Was an important part of the defense as a freshman ... was listed on the Top 100 Freshmen list by College Soccer News at the beginning of the season ... in the Pac-10 rankings for all games, ranked 15th in assists per game (0.20) and 16th in assists (3) ... in conference games only, ranked ninth in assists (2) ... played in 15 games and made eight starts ... earned his first collegiate start in the season-opener vs. Evansville on Sept. 3 ... also started vs. Northern Illinois, Cal State Northridge, Oregon State (twice), Stanford, Cal and UCLA ... was second on the team with three assists ... had his first career assist on John Crenshaw's goal in the 20th minute vs. Evansville ... assisted Brent Richards on a goal in the 48th minute vs. Oregon State on Oct. 15 ... assisted Quinton Beasley on the game-winning goal vs. San Diego State on Nov. 7 in OT on his flip throw-in.

CLUB/HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Shorecrest High School in Shoreline, Wash. ... played for Snohomish United ... high school team captain (2009, 2010) ... First-Team 3A All-State (209, 2010) ... Seattle Times All-Area Team (2009, 2010) ... 3A State Player of the Year (2009) ... ESPN Rise First-Team All-American (2009) ... Washington State Gatorade Player of the Year (2009) ... Adidas NSCAA High School All-American (2009) ... high school soccer most inspirational (2010) ... WesCo football all-conference offense and defense (2008) ... high school football impact player (2007) ... distinguished junior athlete award (2009) ... scholar-athlete of the year (2010) ... a four-year varsity soccer letterwinner ... two-year varsity football letterwinner ... one-year varsity basketball letterwinner.

PERSONAL:Michael Ryan Harris was born in Seattle, Wash. ... his parents are Gary and Britt ... he has one sister, Nicole ... father played soccer at the Air Force Academy ... former club teammate plays at Seattle University ... hobbies include all sports, snowboarding, ping pong, camping, hiking, swimming and watching movies ... lists his favorite athlete as Maicon "because he is the greatest player in the world for his position and it's the same position I play" ... most admires his dad "because he has inspired me and pushed me to best the best I can possibly be and has been my soccer coach for seven years and taught me everything to prepare for my college experience" ... chose UW because his mom is an alumnae, for the college community, great soccer program and beautiful campus and it is close to home so his friends can come watch.

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