AS A SENIOR (2010)
Recorded the start as a middle blocker in all 30 matches she played in...led the team in blocks...recorded 274 career blocks during her three seasons at Pitt, including just two as a starter...totaled 96 blocks as a senior...posted 10 blocks in back-to-back games against SFU and George Washington...ranked second on the team in kills with 307 on the year...set a career high with 21 kills against both DePaul and West Virginia...had her best showing against George Washington, scoring a double-double with 19 kills and 10 blocks...recorded double-digit kills 13 times this season and 19 times in her career...collected a career-high seven digs and season-best hitting percentage of .667 against Bowling Green...named to the 2010 Pitt Invitational and Pitt Blue-Gold All-Tournament teams...totaled 549 kills in three years at Pitt.
AS A JUNIOR (2009)
Played in 104 sets during her second season with the Panthers...finished second on the squad in blocks with 120, including a career-best 22 solo blocks...collected 279 points and 208 kills on the year...recorded double-figure kills in six matches, including the final three of the season...turned in a double-double against USF on Oct. 11 with 10 kills and a career-high 13 blocks...posted a season-high 15 kills in the Big East Championship match against USF...hit .800 against Wichita State, going 8-for-10 in the match.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2008)
Saw time in 20 sets in her first season at Pitt...recorded nine blocks, five kills and two digs on the year...set a then-career-high five blocks in two sets against Rutgers...posted her first kill of the season against West Virginia...tallied one kill against three other opponents: St. John's, Louisville and Rutgers.
AT TEMPLE (2007)
Played in 53 games as a freshman, earning a starting role toward the end of the season...added a match and career-high six blocks against Villanova.
A three-time member of the FAA All-Star Team...named to the FAA All-League team, twice...led her squad to a 14-5 record and was voted the Master's School's Most Outstanding Player as a senior...ranked sixth in Westchester County in kills (238) as a senior...led her team to a first-place finish in 2005...earned FAA Honorable Mention and team finished in a three-way tie for first place in 2004...an All-League basketball star...four-year member of the honor roll and was a Ventures Scholar.
Born Nov. 17, 1989...daughter of Dawn and Lester Harper...a political science and Africana studies major.
Harper's Career Highs
Service Aces: 1
Solo Blocks: 5
vs. Bowling Green (9-17-10)
Block Assists: 11
at USF (10-11-09)
Total Blocks: 13
vs. USF (11-21-09)
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