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Hannah Harris
Hannah  Harris

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Santa Barbara, Calif.

High School:
Dos Pueblos

Height:
5-7

Position:
RHP


07/08/2014

'Dogs Cap Season With 129 Combined Academic All-MW Honors

Two of the department's 12 winter and spring sports - baseball and women's swimming and diving - scored 17 selections each.

07/07/2014

Eighty-Six 'Dogs Honored to Academic All-MW Teams

Two of the department's 12 winter and spring sports - baseball and women's swimming and diving - scored 17 selections each.

06/26/2014

An Out of the Park Opportunity

Sophomore Hannah Harris discusses the first month of her marketing internship with Louisville Slugger.

05/13/2014

`Dogs Rack Up Five Honors on All-MW Softball Teams

Defensive Player of the Year Moss and Compton Tabbed to First Team; Brazil, Harris and Willis Land on Second Team.

05/02/2014

Harris Tabbed to Academic All-District Softball Squad

The sophomore right-hander gives the 'Dogs an honoree for the third straight year.

05/04/2014

Senior Day - May 4, 2014 (vs. CSU)

Senior Day - May 4, 2014 (vs. CSU) - Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.

04/23/2014

Photo Gallery at St. Mary's

Photo Gallery at St. Mary's (4/16/14) - Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2014.

03/24/2014

Softball v. Pacific (03-14-14) - By Keith Kountz

Softball v. Pacific (03-14-14) - By Keith Kountz

01/10/2014

Softball - Fall 2013

Fresno Softball Action Pictures, October 2013. Photos by Geoff Thurner, Copyright 2013.

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Last updated: June , 2015

Fresno State Accolades
• 2015 All-Mountain West Second Team
• 2014 All-Mountain West Second Team
• 2013 Academic All-Mountain West
• 2013 NFCA Scholar Athlete

2015 (JUNIOR): The repeated second-team All-Mountain West honoree appeared in over half of the `Dogs games, tossing 89.2 innings in 26 games with 12 starts as a junior ... boasts a fifth place national ranking for the fewest walks allowed per seven innings (10, 0.78) according to the NCAA Softball National Rankings ... enjoys a top 10 conference ranking opposing batting average (.252) while having a second-best ERA of 1.76 and pacing the league in fewest earned runs allowed (10) ... capped the season with an overall record of 9-3 with victories over Portland State, Santa Clara, Texas, Loyola Marymount and Providence during the `Dogs non-conference slate with wins against Colorado State, San Jose State, New Mexico and UNLV coming in the regular season ... tossed a season game-high of eight innings against San Jose State (Mar. 28), helping the Bulldogs to a 3-2 victory over the Spartans ... recorded her first shutout of the season on Feb. 13 against Santa Clara in what was her first complete game of the year, allowing no runs against Loyola Marymount and New Mexico with one-run games vs. Providence and UNLV ... tied her season game-high of four strikeouts against Providence after tossing four during a two-inning showing vs. Baylor at the Judi Garman Classic ... made her first collegiate post season appearance on May 15, facing BYU for one complete inning at the 2015 NCAA Eugene Regional.

2014 (SOPHOMORE): The All-Mountain West Conference Second-Team selection enjoyed a breakthough season, and ranked top 10 in the MW in fewest homers allowed (fourth, 7), ERA (fifth, 2.80), fewest walks (fifth, 37), fewest hits allowed (seventh, 111), batting average (eighth, .269) and starts (10th, 19) ... at season's end, ranked second on the squad in wins (9), innings (105), strikeouts (34) and opposing batting average (.269) ... picked up wins during the MW slate vs. Boise State, Utah State, New Mexico, UNLV and Colorado State, and her other non-conference wins came vs. Appalachian State, UC Riverside and CSU Bakersfield ... logged a season-high four strikeouts vs. No. 8 Oregon (3.2 innings), Houston (6 innings) and New Mexico (7 innings) ... her complete games came vs. Houston (6 innings, 4 strikeouts, 3 walks, 4 hits), Boise State (5 innings, 0 strikeouts, 3 walks, 9 hits), Utah State (2 strikeouts, 1 walk, 2 hits), New Mexico (7 innings, 4 strikeouts, 0 walks, 2 hits), San Diego State (7 innings, 2 strikeouts, 1 walk, 3 hits), Santa Clara (6.1 innings, 1 strikeouts, 0 walks, 6 hits) ... did not issue a walk in six starts and only one walk in six others, and allowed three or less hits in seven starts ... defensively, posted a .977 fielding mark with 44 chances, four putouts, 39 assists and one error.

2013 (FRESHMAN): Earned Academic All-Mountain West honors ... one of team's top pitchers, she ranked top 10 in season-ending MW standings in saves (first-tied, 2), ERA (fifth, 2.37), games finished (fifth, 10), games in relief (sixth, 10), lowest opposing batting average (seventh, .259) and wins (9) ... also ranked top 125 nationally in saves (72nd, 2), walks allowed per seven innings (92nd, 1.81 avg.) and ERA (124th, 2.37) ... sported a 9-8 overall mark (and 4-4 MW ledger) among her 18 starts and 28 appearances in the circle ... among her 112.1 innings of work, allowed only 38 earned runs for a 2.37 ERA ... struck out 21 batters and surrendered 12 walks ... threw six complete games and one complete game shutout ... threw a career-high nine innings against Cal Poly ... recorded a career best four strikeouts against CSU Northridge ... had three appearances where she allowed only one hit.

High School: A four-time letter winner under coach Donn Roberts at Dos Pueblos High School...a very decorated high school athlete... named first-team All-Channel League all four years of high school ... earned first-team All-Santa Barbara County in 2009 and 2010 and was awarded Santa Barbara County Athletic Roundtable Softball Player of the Year three years in a row ... named second-team All-CIF in 2009 and first-team All-CIF the following three years ... earned first-team All-Channel League in 2010-2012... named Co-MVP Channel League in 2011 and Channel League MVP in 2012 ... Recognized by ESPN as State Player of the Week June 10, 2011 ... helped her team win the CIF Championship in 2011 ... was named team MVP in 2011 and 2012 ... finished her high school career with 645 strikeouts in 634 innings and 32 shut outs ... also lettered two years in volleyball and won the CIF Volleyball Championship in 2010 and the Channel League Championship in 2011 and 2012.

Personal: Daughter of Lori and Lee Harris...has an older sister, Sophie ... enjoys playing beach volleyball and surfing ... favorite athlete is Keilani Ricketts, because of her composure on the mound and her great attitude ... her biggest athletic thrill was winning CIF with her high school team in 2011 ... a four-time National Honor Society and CSF certificate holder ... most admires her Aunt, founder of WillFit Program for Cancer Patients which has helped save thousands of lives.



CAREER HIGHS
Strikeouts: 4 - 6 times, vs. #8 Oregon (2/7/14); vs. Houston (3/8/14); vs. New Mexico (4/5/14); vs. CS Northridge (2/13/13); vs. Baylor (3/8/15); vs. Providence (3/12/15)
Innings pitched: 9.0 - at Cal Poly (3/25/13)
Putouts: 2 - vs. Boise State (3/23/14); vs. Oregon State (2/28/15)
Assists: 4 - vs. UC Riverside (2/14/14)


FUN FACTS
Nickname: Han
Favorite Color: Aqua
Favorite Saying/Motto: "Every strike brings me closer to my next homerun"- Babe Ruth
Personal Hero: My parents
Intended Career Profession: Marketing Director
If I Could Have Dinner With Anybody: Kobe Bryant
I'd Die Without My: Computer
First Car: 1996 Toyota 4Runner
Favorite Place I've Visited: Maui
Favorite Place I'd Like to Travel to: Italy
Favorite Place on Campus: Our lockerroom
Favorite Place to take Visitors in Fresno: Doghouse
Favorite Entrée/Dish: Prime rib
Favorite Ice Cream: Mint chip
Favorite Snack: Nutri-grain bars
Favorite Pizza Toppings: Pineapple
Favorite Drink: Diet Coke
Favorite Song: I'm Yours - Jason Mraz
Favorite Movie: A Walk to Remember
Favorite TV Comedy: The League
Favorite TV Drama: Greys Anatomy
Favorite TV Reality Show: The Real World Challenge
Favorite Cartoon Character: Scooby Doo
Your Biggest Fans: My parents, Lee and Lori
Favorite Pro Team: Lakers
Favorite Coach Ford saying: "GET YOUR HIPS TURNED!!"
If I didn't play softball, I would play: volleyball

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