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Frese on Harrison: “The year A’lexus got to spend getting healthy and adjusting to college were really beneficial for her. She has worked hard and I get reports about how she has done some amazing things in our Basketball Performance Center. Her athletic ability is right up there at the top of the charts in our sport.”

Redshirted 2013-14 season.

Before Maryland: The No. 28 player in Blue Star Report's rankings...ranked No. 70 overall player and No. 18 forward in the class of 2013, according to ESPN's HoopGurlz....four year starter at Digital Harbor and that became a double-double machine ...averaged 14 points and 13 rebounds as a senior, amassing 1,465 career points, 1,300 rebounds, 565 assists and 245 blocks...led Rams to Baltimore City Division I title as a senior in 2012-13...named to the Baltimore Sun's First Team All-Metro as a Junior and Senior and Second Team as a sophomore...as a junior, became the second player in school history to break the 1100-point mark and 1000-rebound plateau...has grabbed 20 or more rebounds in seven games and career high is 25...helped lead her team to back to back state Final Fours as a freshman and a sophomore, despite losing talented seniors...played for Patrick McDonald at Digital Harbor.

Personal: A'Lexus Harrison...daughter of Kim and Quann Harrison...has one brother, Quann Harrison, Jr....father, Quann, played football at Towson...mother, Kim, played basketball at Miami and then played overseas...was invited to the White House with the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens...chose Maryland because it was her dream school since she was 12...also considered West Virginia, Miami and Rutgers...communications major that wants to be a sports broadcaster one day.


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