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HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
Johns Hopkins vs. Florida
The Blue Jays lost a tough one-goal decision to the fourth-ranked Gators on April 5 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. American
Johns Hopkins beat visiting American, 17-5, on March 1 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola
Johns Hopkins upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 6-5, at Homewood Field on February 26.

Amelia Harris
Amelia Harris


Clifton, VA

High School:



2008: Saw action in three games off the bench, posting a 7.95 goals against average and a .300 save percentage in 52:50 • saw 30 minutes of relief in loss at George Mason, making two saves • played 11:26 in relief in win over Cincinnati and made one save without surrendering a goal • played 11:24 in relief in second half of win over Ohio State • ALC Academic Honor Roll • ranks sixth all-time in program history in career minutes played (1021:42) • ranks ninth all-time with 143 career saves.

2007: Played 15 games and started 12 • finished the season with an 11.08 goals against average and a .429 save percentage • posted a 7-4 record on the season • tied then career-high with 11 saves in season-opening win over George Washington • made five saves in win over George Mason • posted eight saves in overtime loss at #4 Princeton • played 37:19 in win over Mount St. Mary's, making one save • poast back-to-back 10-save performances in win at Ohio State and loss at #10 Georgetown • played 24:31 at #4 Maryland and made four saves in the loss to the Terrapins • played 20:01 in relief in win over #15 Denver, making two saves on six shots • played 40:06 in overtime loss at #19 Vanderbilt, making two saves • played 32:58 in relief in win over #15 Penn State, making five saves while allowing just two goals to earn the win • had a career-high 15 saves in win at Towson • made 12 saves in win over second-seeded Vanderbilt in the ALC semifinals • posted one save in 25:47 in loss to Northwestern in ALC championships game • played 36:04 and made four saves in win over #16 Hofstra in the first round of the NCAA Tournament • ALC Academic Honor Roll.

2006: Played nine games and started four in rookie season, finishing with a 9.21 goals against average and a .505 save percentage with a 3-1 record • saw action in win over Ohio, playing 16:43 and stopping four shots in relief • played 11:42 in relief in win over Ohio State making one save on four shots • earned first win in first career start against American • made four saves in the win over the Eagles • started in second consecutive game at #18 Penn, making a then career-high seven saves in 12-9 win • played 37:36 of relief in loss to #7 Maryland making seven saves and picking up a career-high three ground balls • played 7:53 in relief in win at Delaware and made four saves • played 5:24 of relief in win over George Mason and made two saves without surrendering a goal • started third game of the season against Towson and posted a then career-high 11 saves and picked up two ground balls in the win • started in final game of the season, an 8-7 loss to #4 Georgetown • stopped 10 shots and picked up one ground ball in the loss to the Hoyas • ALC Academic Honor Roll.

Personal: Amelia L. Harris • born October 23, 1986 • daughter of James and Martha Harris • earned district, region and all-metro honors at J.W. Robinson • led team to state championship • older brother, Taylor, played lacrosse at Navy • also competed in field hockey, track and cross country at J.W. Robinson • interned at Mercy Breast Cancer Center for Women's Health • interned at the Center on Aging and Health at Johns Hopkins • Dean's List • psychology major with an art history minor.

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