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Kyle Harrison

Kyle Harrison
Born (1983-03-12) March 12, 1983
Baltimore, Maryland
Nationality United States
Alma mater Johns Hopkins University
Occupation Professional Lacrosse Player
Height 6 ft 0 in (183 cm)
Weight 194 lb (88 kg; 13 st 12 lb)
Website /k18.com.stxwww

Kyle Harrison (born March 12, 1983) is an American professional lacrosse player on Team STX of the LXM Pro Tour and the Ohio Machine of Major League Lacrosse. Harrison played in college at Johns Hopkins University, where his team reached the 2005 NCAA Division I National Championship.[1]

His father, Dr. Miles Harrison, played on the first all-black college lacrosse team in the

  1. ^ a b Player Bio: Kyle Harrison :: Men's Lacrosse
  2. ^ Ricardi, Alisha. "Diversifying lacrosse still work in progress". ESPN. Retrieved 2011-09-27. 
  3. ^ http://majorleaguelacrosse.com/news/?article_id=1274
  4. ^ a b newjerseypride.com: Team
  5. ^ 2006 U.S. Men's Team Bio: Kyle Harrison
  6. ^ MLL announces 2008 All Star Roster
  7. ^ Post-season teams featured in Championship Weekend
  8. ^ Outlaws Edge Riptide

References

Preceded by
Michael Powell
Men's Tewaaraton Trophy
2005
Succeeded by
Matt Ward
Preceded by
Chris Rotelli
McLaughlin Award
2004 & 2005
Succeeded by
Joe Boulukos & Kyle Dixon

He is from Baltimore, Maryland born to Wanda and Miles Harrison M.D. He attended the Friends School of Baltimore.

Personal life

Harrison won the 2005 Tewaaraton Trophy as the National Player of the Year.

Harrison won the McLaughlin Award as the nation's top midfielder in 2004 and 2005.[4]

Harrison was a 3-time All-American while at The Johns Hopkins University.[1]

Awards

Season GP G A Pts GB
2002 14 9 4 13 85
2003 16 22 14 36 83
2004 15 26 7 33 69
2005 16 24 20 44 67
Totals 61 81 45 126 304

The Johns Hopkins University

Season Team GP G 2ptG A Pts LB PIM
2005 New Jersey 9 9 0 6 15 27 0
2006 New Jersey 11 8 0 17 25 21 1
2007 New Jersey 12 19 2 7 27 35 0
2008 Los Angeles 12 18 0 13 30 23 1
2009 Denver 7 4 0 2 6 5
MLL Totals 51 57 2 44 103 111 5.5

MLL

Statistics

Harrison currently is part of the Chapman University (Orange, Ca) Men's Lacrosse coaching staff and plays for the Ohio Machine of Major League Lacrosse.

His two cousins, Maxxwell and Marrio Davis also play lacrosse at UMBC and McDaniel College.

Harrison was traded to the Los Angeles Riptide after the 2007 season. Since joining the Riptide, Harrison has played in the 2008 MLL All-Star Game,[6] and helped the Riptide return to the postseason as a third seed in the NB ZIP MLL Championship Weekend to play for the Steinfeld Cup.[7] The Riptide fell in the semifinal round to the Denver Outlaws.[8]

Harrison was the first overall draft pick in the MLL for the 2005. He was a midfielder with the New Jersey Pride from 2005 until the 2007 season. He played in the MLL All-Star Game in 2005 and 2006.[4] Harrison also played for the 2006 U.S. Men's National Team in World Lacrosse Championship.[5]

Professional career

Contents

  • Professional career 1
  • Statistics 2
    • MLL 2.1
    • The Johns Hopkins University 2.2
  • Awards 3
  • Personal life 4
  • References 5

Harrison co-founded Run & Gun Lacrosse with friend Joe Walters. Harrison was assigned to the Denver Outlaws due to the economic situation and the disbanding of the LA Riptide.[3]

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