Note: Suffered a torn ACL after the 2009 Johns Hopkins game… Applied for a medical hardship waiver and will compete as a junior in 2010.
2009: Prior to his injury, served as UMBC’s primary face-off specialist… Won a career-best nine of 17 draws on Feb. 21 in the home-opening victory over Rutgers… Won eight face-offs on Feb. 28 vs. Colgate.
2008: Competed in five games in his sophomore season… Continued to provide outstanding depth at the defensive midfield position.
2007: Saw action as a defensive midfielder in nine games… Collected nine ground balls… Posted his first collegiate point, an assist, in the win over Hartford.
Background: Majoring in business technology administration... A 2006 USILA High School All-American… The 2006 Dulles District Player of the Year and a Washington Post All-Metro selection… A three-time First-Team All-Dulles District and All-Northern Region midfielder… Has face-off experience… Also lettered in football and was a First-Team All-National District honoree as a senior… Selected UMBC “because I like the guys on the team, the coaches and Baltimore”… Father, Jay, played on the 1980 UMBC national championship before transferring and competing at Maryland… Would like to coach lacrosse… Has three younger siblings, Meghan, 20, Jessica, 19 and Shannon 17… Jessica plays women’s lacrosse at UMBC... Full name is James Dougald Harkey… Born March 26, 1988.