The 21 goals are the most by the Mids since defeating Holy Cross 23-5 in 2004.
Harris in 2005: Missed most of the season due to a back injury which caused pain in his legs ... was able to return to the playing field at the beginning of April ... played in six contests, including the Mids' victories over arch rival Army which gave Navy its ninth-consecutive win over the Black Knights ... grabbed one ground ball on the season, that against Delaware in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
2004: In seeing action in every game, ran with the second midfield ... scored his first-collegiate goal just two games in against Ohio State ... scored a pair of goals during NCAA Tournament play, one each against Penn and Syracuse ... added a trio of assists during the season against Lafayette, Bucknell and Holy Cross ... grabbed 11 ground balls, including a personal-best two at North Carolina and against Holy Cross.
2003: A member of the varsity squad, saw action in just one game, the Army game ... gained a great deal of experience by playing in junior varsity games, as well.
Personal: A 2002 graduate of James Robinson Secondary School ... earned three letters in lacrosse, playing both attack and midfield ... led his team to state championships in 2001 and `02 with 14-5 and 13-3 records, respectively ... named team's most outstanding offensive player his junior and senior campaigns ... garnered first-team all-region recognition as a senior ... son of James and Martha Harris.
Up Close With Harris Full Name -- Taylor Richard Harris Hometown -- Clifton, Va. (James Robinson Secondary) Born -- Sept. 1, 1984, in Fairfax, Va. Major -- History Service Assignment -- Marine Ground