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Griffin Harris

Attack
Position
5'11''
Height
180 lbs.
Weight
Senior
Class
South Hamilton, Mass.
Hometown
The Governors Academy
High School

TIFFANY ON HARRIS
2020 – “How often is there a clear and identifiable explosion in a college athlete’s abilities as a third-year?  This is exactly what we observed this fall in Charlottesville.  By November, Griffin was scoring goals in bunches daily.  Griffin’s discovery of the path to the realization of his greatest self has been tremendously productive for him and the program.  He is earning playing time and will most likely be used as an offensive midfielder this spring.” 2019 – “The flashes of his jaw-dropping, electrifying maneuvers around the cage stimulate our sport’s senses: consistency will critical for his continued rise up the depth chart.” 2018 – “With deceptive dodging skills and the ability to score with both hands, Griffin presents a variety of means for creating offense.  This first-year’s diverse talents are already being realized as Griffin has been able to leave his mark both as a midfielder and attackman.  There is a promising future ahead for Griffin as he continues the maturation process of his skills and scheme comprehension.”

2020
• Appeared in four of UVA’s six games
• Saw time against Lehigh, High Point, Air Force and Brown

2019
• Appeared in six of UVA’s 20 games
• Scored goals at Princeton and against Richmond
• Dished an assist against Utah

2018
• Appeared in seven of UVA’s 18 games
• Made collegiate debut against Princeton
• Picked up a ground ball at Stony Brook and two against Dartmouth
• Also picked up a ground ball against VMI

HIGH SCHOOL
• Under Armour Underclassman New England team
• ISL champion … two-time team captain
• Team MVP
• Tour-year letterwinner
• Nominated for the Bruce Lerch Player of the Year award
• No. 2 player in Massachusetts
• Led team in points in 2016 and 2017
• A four-year letterwinner in football
• Two-time ISL champion (football)
• Senior captain and All-New England honoree (football)
• Team MVP (football)
• led football team in receiving and rushing yards as a senior

PERSONAL
• Son of Joe and Kim Harris