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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