Harrison, Curran, Scott earn academic honor
Four players honored by ECAC, Mountain West
The Falcons defeat the Statesmen, 16-12, on Senior Day.
Falcons visit Stags in an ECAC contest on April 13. (Photos by Doug Dreyer)
The Falcons drop a close 11-8 decision to the Pioneers in ECAC action.
In their 2012 home opener, the Falcons score a 13-3 victory over the Bobcats.
The Falcons rolled to an 18-9 non-conference win over the Blue Hose.
2012: Saw action in nine games ... recorded seven goals and five assists on the season ... also recorded three ground balls ... tallied a career-high four goals, including the gamewinner, versus Michigan ... also notched an assist versus the Wolverines for a team-leading five points ... named to ECAC All-Academic team.
2011: Played in eight games ... registered two goals, including one man-up score, two assists and four ground balls on the season ... earned first career points with two assists versus Mercer ... scored goals against Ohio State and Presbyterian ... season-best two ground balls in win over Presbyterian ... named to the ECAC All-Academic team.
2010: Was not a member of the team.
High School: Lettered two years in lacrosse for coach Zack Burke ... also lettered one year in football ... member of National Honor Society.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 4 ... son of Henry and Joan Harrison ... has two siblings ... hobbies include golf, wakeboarding and basketball.