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#10 Cricket Harber
Position: Defender
Height: 5'11"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Seattle, WA
High School: Ballard
Club: Emerald City FC
Experience: 2 Letters
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HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered at Ballard high in Seattle...named as the team's defensive player of the year as a sophomore...served as the team's captain as a senior and earned the team's Most Valuable Player Award for her efforts...was selected All-Metro Sound as a freshman and garnered All-Kingco honors for three straight seasons...helped club team, Seattle United '92, to three state championships.

Cricket Harber's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2011): Played in all 19 matches, getting the starting nod 18 times...was third on the team in assists (3) and points (7) and tied for fifth in goals (2)...made her collegiate debut against 24th ranked Illinois Aug. 19...had one game winning goal; coming in the Bulldogs 3-0 victory over the University of Idaho, Sept. 23...also notched an assist against Idaho... scored a goals in a heartbreaking 3-2 setback to BYU, Oct. 15...assisted the game winning goal versus Weber State, Sept. 2...also had an assist against Santa Clara University, Oct. 23...as a member of the defense, helped the Zags to seven shutouts on the year; against Boise State, Weber State, Eastern Washington, Idaho, Seattle, Montana and Loyola Marymount.

SOPHOMORE (2012): Was named All-West Coast Conference honorable mention…played and started all 20 matches for the Zags…ended the year with scoring one goal and notching one assist for three points…finished with 16 shots on the year…as a defender, helped the Bulldogs post four shutouts; coming versus Austin Peay University, Vanderbilt University, the University of Nevada and Loyola Marymount University…had the game-winning assist in the Bulldogs 1-0 victory at Austin Peay University…lone goal of the season was the first in the Bulldogs 2-0 victory over Loyola Marymount, Oct. 26.

Misc: On the academic side Harber is a member of the National Honors Society and is a recipient of the Paul Robeson Scholar-Athlete Award...chose Gonzaga over the University of Washington and Seattle Pacific.

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