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15 - Raven Harris
Raven Harris
Height: 5-7
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va.
High School: Princess Anne/American
Position: G

NOTES: Recorded eight career double-digit scoring games… Sat out the 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer rules after playing two seasons at American.

AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Averaged 4.0 points per game in first eligible season with UMBC… Appeared in 26 games, making three starts… Saw action in all three America East Tournament games… Led the team in assists five times… Recorded a 10-point effort against Binghamton (Feb. 15)… Picked up a season-best four steals at Albany (Jan. 4) and versus Binghamton (Jan. 19)… Matched a career-high with six boards and dished out a season-best five assists at Maine (Jan. 7)… Tallied a season-high 12 points in her first start with the Retrievers on 5-of-6 shooting from the floor (2-for-3 from three-point range) against UMES (Dec. 6)… Recognized on the America East Honor Roll.

2010-11: Sat out the entire season due to NCAA transfer rules.

AT AMERICAN (2008-10): Averaged 5.1 points, 2.1 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.8 steals per game in 53 games over two years at American… A career 75.0 percent free throw shooter (75-for-100)… A member of an Eagle team that won a share of the 2010 Patriot League regular-season title and made back-to-back appearances in the WNIT… Played in 31 games as a sophomore in 2009-10 and made 24 starts, including the final 18 games of the season… Led American with 104 assists and 78 steals and was third on the team with a .778 free throw percentage (56-for-72)… Ranked second in the Patriot League with 2.5 spg and a 1.3 assist-to-turnover ratio and was third with 3.4 apg… Averaged 6.7 ppg and 2.5 rpg in 29.2 mpg, but increased her scoring output to 8.4 ppg against conference opponents, fourth-best on the team… Registered a career-best seven steals in the Patriot League championship game at Lehigh (March 13)… Recorded 15 points and a career-best six rebounds against Navy in the Patriot League semifinals (March 7)… Set career bests with 21 points, 12 free throws (on 15 attempts) and six steals at Lafayette (Feb. 27)… Scored 15 points while adding three assists and three steals at Holy Cross (Jan. 24)… Played a career-high 42 minutes in an overtime win against Lehigh (Jan. 9)… Recorded five or more assists in a game nine times and four or more steals eight times… Played in 22 games as a freshman in 2008-09 and averaged 2.9 ppg and 1.6 rpg.

HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterwinner at Princess Anne High School… A McDonald’s All-Americanominee… Earned Second-Team All-State honors in 2008, when she averaged 19 points, six assists and three steals as a senior… A First-Team Beach District selection as a junior and senior, and a Second-Team pick as a sophomore… Scored more than 1,000 career points… Team co-captain as a junior and senior… Team MVP in 2008… Led the Cavaliers to the state title in 2004, back-to-back regional championships in 2004-05 and four straight district titles, as well as a No. 9 national ranking inUSA Today in 2005… Named Ms. Princess Anne… Graduated with honors.

PERSONAL: Daughter of Robert and Michelle Harris… Has one brother, Robert Jr.… Born July 5, 1990… A new media and communications major who hopes to pursue a career in coaching or sports broadcasting.

 
 

 Year

 GP-GS

 Min-Avg.

 FG-FGA

 Pct.

 3FG-FGA

 Pct.

 FT-FTA

 Pct.

2008-09 (at AU)

22-0

232-10.5

20-73

.274

4-21

.190

19-28

.679

2009-10 (at AU)

31-24

904-29.2

69-197

.350

13-49

.265

56-72

.778

2010-11

DNP

       

2011-12

26-3

420-16.2

40-86

.465

10-30

.333

14-21

.667

TOTAL

79-27

1556-19.7

129-356

.362

27-100

.270

89-121

.736

 
 

 Year

 Off

 Def

 Reb

 Avg.

 PF

 FO

 A

 TO

 Blk

 Stl

 Pts.

 Avg.

2008-09 (at AU)

10

25

35

1.6

28

0

37

40

1

18

63

2.9

2009-10 (at AU)

9

68

77

2.5

57

0

104

80

2

78

207

6.7

2010-11

DNP

           

2011-12

8

35

43

1.7

34

44

32

1

34

104

4.0

TOTAL

27

128

155

2.0

119

1

185

152

4

130

374

4.7

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