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Tasha Harris #00

First Name: Tasha
Last Name: Harris
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 0
Position: Guard
Team: Rose Classic
Class Of: 2007
School:
College: Syracuse University
Years With Rose Classic: 0

Bio

Junior Year (2009-10)
At DePaul, recorded a career-high tying five defensive rebounds and dished out a team-high six assists • Against Connecticut, recorded a game-high six assists • At Pittsburgh, was 3-of-6 from the field, including 2-of-3 from 3-point range en route to eight points • At Louisville, dished out a team-high six assists and registered her first block of the season • At Providence, missed first game of career due to ankle injury • At South Florida, shot 5-of-9 from the field, including 3-of-9 from 3-point range en route to a career-high 13 points in a season-best 32 minutes • Against Brown, dished out seven assists • Against Delaware State, had five assists and set a season-high with four steals • Against Butler, made a season-high three free throws • Against Binghamton, set a season-high with nine assists • Against Alabama State, had four rebounds and four assists • Against Presbyterian, tallied a team-leading seven assists.

Sophomore Year (2008-09)

Led the team with 4.6 assists per game and finished fifth in the BIG EAST with a 1.6 assist-to-turnover ratio • Against Canisius in the WNIT, set a career high with six rebounds and tied a career high with 10 points behind a 4-for-7 performance • Against St. John’s in the BIG EAST Tournament, scored three points • Against Providence, drilled a 3-pointer, picked up two rebounds and handed out six assists • At West Virginia, doled out a team-best five assists and knocked down a 3-pointer • At Notre Dame, tallied seven points and handed out four assists • Against Georgetown, delivered five assists and knocked down one 3-pointer • Against DePaul, canned two 3-pointers and contributed three assists • At. St. John’s, secured two rebounds and dished out a pair of assists • Against South Florida, matched a season high with eight assists and tied a season best with two 3-pointers in a season-high 35 minutes of play • At Louisville, secured three defensive rebounds and scored five points • Against Villanova, distributed a team-best five assists • At Marquette, started her 50th career game and handed out five assists • Against Pittsburgh, handed out six assists and recorded one steal • Against Seton Hall, posted eight assists in 31 minutes of action • At Cincinnati, dished out a team-best six assists • Against Rutgers, doled out a game-high six assists and drained a 3-pointer as time expired at the end of the first half • At Georgetown, dished out seven assists • Against Princeton, handed out a game-high six assists and scored one field goal • At St. Bonaventure, recorded a game-high five assists and made one 3-pointer • Against Ohio, converted a career-best four free throws and recorded two steals • Against Niagara, tallied six points, four assists and two steals • Against Delaware State, grabbed a career-high two offensive rebounds • Against Lehigh, recorded seven assists • Against Longwood, notched five assists • Against Alaska Anchorage, tied a career-high with five 3-point attempts and had three defensive rebounds • Against Jackson State, tallied 10 points • At Ohio State, scored six points and dished out three assists • At UMES, pulled down four rebounds and recorded three steals • At Siena, scored eight points, hitting 2-of-3 from behind the arc, dished out five assists and registered two steals.

Freshman Year (2007-08)
Was selected to the BIG EAST All-Freshman Team • Was first on the team and 11th in the BIG EAST with 3.9 assists per game • Against Hartford in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, dished out five assists and posted five points • Against South Florida in the first round of the BIG EAST Championship, scored four points • Against West Virginia, added five assists • At Rutgers, tallied seven points and handed out seven helpers in a career-high 39 minutes • Against Georgetown, dished out five assists • Against Cincinnati, made her first career block • Against Notre Dame, dished out six assists • At Seton Hall, dished out a career-high 11 assists • Against Marquette, dished out six assists • At Georgetown, had four assists • Against Connecticut, had four assists • At South Florida, scored six and dished out five assists • At Pittsburgh, had five points and four assists • Against St. Bonaventure, scored eight points by shooting 4-of-5 and dished out eight assists • Against Siena, dished out five assists • Against Saint Peter’s, tallied four points and a game-high six assists • Against Maryland Eastern Shore, made a career-high five steals and added four points and three assists • Against Northeastern, had six points and seven assists • Against Penn State, had five points and two steals • At Louisiana Monroe, registered six points by shooting 2-for-3 from behind the arc • Against Eastern Kentucky, scored two points • At Colgate, dished out a team-high five assists.

High School
Amassed more than 1,000 points during her four-year career • Averaged 20 points, five rebounds, seven assists and three steals her senior year • Named First-team All-Manhattan by the Daily News in 2007 • Team MVP • Averaged 18 points, seven assists, five rebounds and four steals while leading St. Michael Academy to the Manhattan Girls Catholic League Championship in 2005-06.

Personal
Tasha M. Harris • Born December 1988 • Daughter of Michelle Sanders • Has three brothers and two sisters • Majoring in child and family studies.