HARRIS' WSU CAREER (VOLLEYBALL):
JUNIOR (2001): Named to Kansas State Wildcat Classic All-Tournament Team...second on team with 0.96 blocks per game average...placed her name on all blocking categories on WSU's career all-time list - 8th in solo blocks (41), block assists (234) and total blocks (275)...set school match record with a .909 hitting percentage (10 kills, 0 errors, 11 attacks) in match vs. Oregon...also contributed 2.44 kills per game, fourth on team...third on team in total points (279) and fourth with 3.07 ppg...named to 2001 Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team...made impressive gains in speed and quickness during spring 2002 tournament play.
SOPHOMORE (2000): Named to Cougar Challenge and Fresno State Invite All-Tournament teams...narrowly missed a triple double with 13 kills, 14 digs and 9 blocks against 17th ranked Kansas State...versus Arizona State had 17 kills, 13 blocks and 6 digs...1.06 blocks per game is tops on team and 8th in Pac-10...her .266 hitting percentage leads Cougs and 2.74 kills per game is third on team...named to 2000 Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team...again headed to Europe to play during the summer.
FRESHMAN (1999): Selected to Pac-10 All-Freshman Honorable Mention team...had career-best 20 kills versus Washington...her 13 kills, .400 hitting percentage, 14 digs and five blocks at Arizona State led team...tallied 20 digs against Cal...one of four freshman starters...2.57 kpg was fourth on team, 0.88 blocks per game was second-highest for Cougs...during the summer, played in Italy on a select United States' exhibition team.
HARRIS' HIGH SCHOOL CAREER:
Earned seven varsity letters at Skyline High...three in volleyball as a middle blocker and right side hitter for coach Joan Burdett...four as a forward/center in basketball for coach Deb Bennett...captained both squads her senior seasons...during her FRESHMAN year, the Eagles won district volleyball junior varsity title and she was named district MVP...named basketball's outstanding freshman award...as a SOPHOMORE, moved up to varsity volleyball team...earned basketball all-state second team accolades...named outstanding sophomore basketball player...a member of the Utah Juniors team, coached by Tom Peterson, that finished ninth at nationals where she earned first team All-American honors...JUNIOR year the Eagles won the state volleyball title...selected class 5A MVP and was a consensus all-state selection...Skyline hoopsters finished third in state and she repeated as all-state second team honoree...selected outstanding player...Utah Juniors finished second at nationals and Harris again earned first team All-American honors...as a SENIOR, volleyball team repeated as state champs...again garnered class 5A MVP and consensus all-state honors...basketball team upset in first round of state tournament...named first team all-state in basketball...team MVP.
Holly Anne Harris...born Dec. 4, 1980, at Orem, Utah...father Kelly is a financial planner who played football at BYU...mother Denise is an office manager and avid fitness buff...younger brother Tony (3/27/84)...played club volleyball from 1992 through summer of 1999...active in church youth group...majoring in sport management at WSU...named to 1999 WSU Athletics Freshmen-Transfer All-Academic team...active member of Student Athlete Advisory Committee...majoring in sport management at WSU.