Sally Harrison
Sally Harrison

Player Profile
Virginia Beach, Va.

High School:




3 VL


2002 Update:
• Returned to action and started, playing first seven min. vs. Fla. State (10/25), did not play again in 2002.
• Still recovering from a dislocated kneecap suffered last season and is sidelined to start 2002.
• Earned a redshirt season in 2001 after suffering a dislocated left kneecap in a scrimmage on Sept. 16.
• Missed first-career game vs. GW (9/21/01), had started first 45 games of her career dating to freshman season.

On Harrison: Returns from a dislocated left kneecap, receiving a medical redshirt for the 2001 season … a key component to the defense prior to her injury … very good in the air … strong at serving balls forward … is difficult to beat in individual matchups … strong player with good defensive intuition.

Summer of 2002: Member of the W-League's Maryland Pride after playing for the Hampton Roads Piranhas for two years in a row.

As a junior (2001): Received a medical redshirt after suffering a dislocated kneecap in an intrasquad scrimmage on Sept. 16 … had started the first four games of the season, giving her 45 consecutive starts dating to the start of her freshman season … played full 90 minutes in those four matches … continued to rehabilitate her knee during the remainder of the season and throughout the winter … member of the ACC Honor Roll.

As a sophomore (2000): Played and started in all 19 games … has started all 41 games of her college career … part of three-player backfield, along with Carly Viher and Valerie Lawrence, that aided All-ACC keeper Riki-Ann Serrins in recording a 1.42 goals against average and six shutouts.

As a freshman (1999): Started all 22 games as a freshman … standout on Maryland defense all season along with fellow freshmen Lindsay Givens and Carly Viher … two assists came in first and last games of 1999 season … recorded assist in first college game at George Washington (8/29) … set up Emily Janss for first Maryland goal of 1999 season with a secondary assist … also set up Lindsay Basalyga for a goal which gave Maryland a 1-0 lead in an NCAA second round game at Penn State (11/14).

Before Maryland: Played three years on the varsity and served as team captain as a senior at Kempsville High School in Virginia Beach, Va. … starting sweeper … all-state first team selection … named Eastern Region and Tidewater Player of the Year by the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot … also all-district and All-Tidewater first team selection in 1998 … All-Beach honorable mention selection in both 1996 and 1997 … led Kempsville to the 1997 and 1998 state tournament championship games … defensive most valuable player in 1999 … helped lead cross country team to district, region and state championships in 1998 … also earned letters in field hockey and basketball … a member of the Virginia ODP district teams from 1994 through 1999 … team captain of the Beach FC Riptide club team … club team won the state cup in both 1998 and 1999 … attended the ODP Region I camp from 1996 through 1999 … a member of the National Honor Society … earned the Presidential Educational Award as a senior … a member of the Spanish Honor Society who won a faculty award in 1999 … named to the all-academic team in 1998.

Personal: Sarah Haven Harrison … born Feb. 8, 1981 … daughter of Jane and Lewis Harrison … sister of Julie (16) … majoring in kinesiological sciences … three-time member of the ACC Honor Roll.

Career Statistics

Year	 GP	 GS	  G  	A	  Pts	 Shots	GWG
1999	 22	 22	  0	  2	   2	    4	   0
2000	 19	 19	  0	  0	   0	    0	   0
2001	  4       4	  0	  0	   0	    0	   0
2002	  1	  1	  0	  0	   0	    0	   0
Totals	 46	  46	  0	  2	   2	    4	   0

Career Highs
Assists: 1 vs. G. Wash (8/29/99); Penn St. (11/14/99)
Points: 1 vs. G. Wash (8/29/99); Penn St. (11/14/99)