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Did You Know: Kyle Harrison won the McLaughlin Award as the nation's top midfielder last season • He is just the fourth Johns Hopkins player to win the award and first since Del Dressel won the award in 1985.

This Season: Co-captain • National Player-of-the-Year candidate who returns for his fourth season as a member of JHU's first midfield • Preseason First Team All-American by Inside Lacrosse/Face-Off Yearbook. Statistically Speaking: Enters final season with career totals of 57 goals and 25 assists for 82 points • Has also won 289-of-473 (.611) faceoffs and has 237 ground balls to his credit • Career faceoff winning percentage is the best in school history among players who have played two years and taken at least 300 faceoffs • Single-season faceoff winning percentages of .632 (2002) and .626 (2003) rank fifth and sixth, respectively, in school history.

2004: First Team STX/USILA All-American and the recipient of the McLaughlin Award as the top midfielder in the nation • Finalist for the Tewaaraton Award for the second consecutive year • Scored 26 goals and added seven assists for 33 points • 26 goals are a career-high • Tallied three game-winning goals and two short-handed goals on the year • Scored a career-high four goals and added one assist in a 14-5 win over fifth-ranked Princeton • Scored one goal, won 10-of-11 faceoffs and had career-high 14 ground balls in a 17-5 regular-season victory over Syracuse • Scored two goals in back-to-back one-goal wins over North Carolina and Duke with his second goal against Duke proving to be the short-handed game-winner • Scored three goals in a thrilling, 10-9 overtime victory at Navy • Scored three goals and added an assist vs. UNC in the NCAA Quarterfinals and scored twice against Syracuse in the NCAA Semifinals.

2003: Earned Second Team STX/USILA All-America honors and was one of five finalists for the Tewaaraton Award, which is presented annually to the nation's outstanding college lacrosse player • Only sophomore among the five finalists for the Tewaaraton Award • Finished sixth on the team in scoring with 22 goals and 14 assists for 36 points • Finished eighth in the nation in faceoff winning percentage as he won 109-of-174 (.626) • Also led the team with 83 ground balls • Registered two goals and career highs of four assists and six points in a 17-6 win over Loyola • Scored a career-high three goals, including the game-winner in overtime, in an 11-10 victory at North Carolina • Tallied five goals and added two assists in the NCAA Tournament • Had a 20-game point-scoring streak that extended from late in the 2002 season through the NCAA Semifinals vs. Syracuse.

2002: Started all 14 games on Hopkins' first midfield and was also JHU's number one faceoff man • Won 120-of-190 (.632) faceoffs, grabbed 85 ground balls, scored nine goals and added four assists on the year • Finished sixth in the nation in faceoff winning percentage and 12th in the nation in ground balls per game (5.07) • Got career off to a quick start by winning 11-of-15 (.733) faceoffs, while scoring two goals in an 8-5 upset of defending national champion Princeton in the season-opener • Was especially effective late in the season as he won 63-of-87 (.724) faceoffs and added five goals and three assists in the last five games of the season • Won 27-of-42 (.643) faceoffs and grabbed 19 ground balls in two NCAA Tournament games.

At Friends: Three-sport standout in soccer, basketball and lacrosse • Helped lead Friends to two MIAA basketball titles, two MIAA lacrosse titles and one MIAA soccer title • Garned All-America, all-metro, and all-state honors in lacrosse and earned all-conference honors in basketball and soccer • Scored 24 goals and added 28 assists and over 100 ground balls as a senior.

Personal: Given name is Kyle M. Harrison • The son of Miles and Wanda Harrison • Born March 12, 1983 • Writing Seminars major.

Kyle Harrison

Kyle  Harrison


Baltimore, MD

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