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Shae Harris
Player Profile:
Shae Harris 2219942
Position: Setter
Height: 6'2"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Vancouver, B.C., Canada
High School: Carson Graham HS
Experience: 1 Letter

2016: Appeared in 82 sets, splitting tme between setter and outside hitter... averaged 6.80 aps, 1.09 kps, 1.82 dps and 0.54 bps... surpassed 30 assists six times... season-high was 60 assists in a five-set thriller against Idaho (Sept. 2)... also had 40 assists versus Villanova (Sept. 4)... had double-digit kills twice... tallied 11 kills to go along with 28 assists at Chicago State (Oct. 27)... had 14 kills and nine digs at UMKC (Oct. 29)... WAC All-Academic Team...

2015: 34 sets played, 134 assists (3.94/set), 42 digs (1.24/set) … collected 3 kills, 12 assists, 6 digs, 3 blocks against Portland (11/27) … earned 12 assists, 5 digs, 2 blocks against Chicago State (10/22) … collected 21 assists, 5 digs agaginst Chicago State (9/26) … earned 16 assists 5 digs against Bethune-Cookman (9/18) … collected 18 assists, 3 digs, 3 blocks against Idaho (9/04)

High School: Harris was an All-Star player at the division and provincial level at Carson Graham Secondary School. In 2013, she helped her team to a 20-5 record and an 11th place provincial finish. She earned the Junior Scholar Athlete Award in 2013 and the Senior Scholar Athlete Award in both 2014 and 2015. She also played tennis for the Eagles, finishing fifth in the provincial tournament in doubles in 2013 and second in the 2014 doubles tournament. 

Club: Playing for the BCO Volleyball Club, Harris has been a multiple All-Star at several levels. After helping her team win the 18U Provincial Silver Medal in 2014, she led her team to the 18U Provincial and National Gold Medals, earning MVP honors in both competitions. She was selected to the Canadian Senior "B" Team in the spring of 2015.

Personal: Harris is the oldest daughter of Petrina Hewlett and Jeff Harris, with a younger brother named Dean. Her mother was her high school coach, and both of her parents as well as her grandfather were varsity athletes at the University of British Columbia. She attended the Royal Conservatory of Music for six years, earning First Class Honours with Distinction as well as the Female Vocalist of the Year Award in 2011.  

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