|3 Keevy Harris
Notes: A solid forward who missed just one game a year ago ... Entering her senior season, ranks 20th on Western Carolina's all-time games played chart (59), 20th in career shots (35), 17th in total points scored (14) and her 10 career assists ranks tied for sixth ... Suffered a knee injury in late September, missing one match, but returned to the line-up and played the remainder of the season before undergoing a scope during the spring ... Is the treasurer for Western's Student-Athletic Advisory Council (SAAC) for a second-straight year.
2005: Played in 23 of Western's 24 matches, earning a career-best 15 starts ... Ranked tied for fourth on the team in points scored with 12, but dished out a team-best eight assists which ranked tied for third in the Southern Conference ... Finished with a pair of goals on the year, including the game winner versus Niagara (8/28/05) ... Was named to the All-tournament team at the season-opening Niagara Women's Soccer Classic after helping the Catamounts to the tournament title ... Scored her first career goal, directing a cross from classmate Meghan Reilly into the lower left corner of the net just 2:43 into double-overtime to give WCU the win over Niagara ... Recorded her lone multi-assist game with a pair of helpers in the home win over Longwood (9/9/05) ...Finished with three points with her second career goal and an assist in the home win over Coastal Carolina (10/8/05), scoring on her lone shot on net ... Assisted on the game-winning goal in the semifinal upset of the previously unbeaten Davidson at the SoCon Tournament (11/4/05) ... Her throw in was played by Heather Dittmer to Reilly, who scored the go-ahead - and eventual winning - goal ... In the spring of 2006, was named to the National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA) All-American team ... Named to the WCU Dean's List for both the fall of 2005 and spring of '06 ...Was named to the SoCon TIAA-CREF Fall All-Academic team for the fall and was also listed on the SoCon's Academic Honor Roll ... Selected to attend a summer leadership conference as a part of Western's CHAMPS/Life Skills program.
2004: Appeared in 17 of the Cats' 18 games, starting eight contests ... Picked up her second career assist at the 54:52 mark of the second half in Western's win over The Citadel ... Sent a corner kick into the box, which was headed by Heather Dittmer to Natasha Moore who found the back of the net ... Named to SoCon TIAA-CREF Fall Academic All-Conference Team.
2003: Dished out the game-tying assist - her first career helper - at UNC Asheville (10/6/03), feeding Marie Nicolini who drilled in a shot from 40 yards out, which proved to be the final goal of the match ... First career start came at home against East Tennessee State (10/9/03) ... One of eight Catamounts on the Dean's List during the 2003-04 season.
High School: Named the Mid-State 2A Conference Player of the Year as a senior ... Four-time all-conference selection and participated in the Summer State Games of N.C., after her sophomore and junior years ... Two-time team captain ... Named the Trinity Tournament MVP all but her junior year ... Posted 38 goals and 10 assists as a senior... Voted team's "Best Offensive Player" her freshman and senior years ... Voted her team's MVP during her junior campaign ... Was a four-sport athlete at Randleman HS, competing in soccer, track and field, cross country and was also the starting place kicker on the boys varsity football team ... Was a member of National Honor Society, Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), and Beta Club.
Club: Played for the PSA Lady Stars ... Voted the team captain and MVP, receiving the Spirit of PSA award in 2001.
Personal: Full name is Keevy Lynn Harris ... Daughter of Chuck and Debbi Harris ... Majoring in Social Work.