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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.