2013-14 Photo Gallery
2014 All-Big West Conference Second Team
2012 All-Big West Conference Second Team
2011 Game-by-Game Stats
2012 Game-by-Game Stats
2013 Game-by-Game Stats
2014 Game-by-Game Stats
SENIOR (2014): All-Big West Conference Second Team honoree as a left fielder...utilized as the No. 9 hitter in all 54 starts, similar to 2013 season, she batted a team second-best .347 with 35 runs scored and four doubles…collected five triples over the course of the season propelling her into fifth all-time in program history with 36 stolen bases...during a 12-4 rout over UNLV earlier this season, she struck for four hits en route to driving in five runs, both career-highs and one of only three Titans to manufacture a four-hit game the entire season…logged a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage, collecting 78 putouts in 80 chances.
JUNIOR (2013): Appeared in 55 games, making 50 starts for the Titans in the outfield...as the primary number nine hitter in the lineup, she batted .285 with 18 runs scored and 10 RBI's...stole 12 bases, which was the second most on the team this season...logged a perfect fielding percentage, which was tied for the best in the Big West Conference...tied her career-high for hits in a game when she went 3-for-5 with an RBI and run scored on April 20...went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and a stolen base against UC Santa Barbara on March 24...had seven multiple-hit games and set a new career-long hitting streak of five games from April 14-April 20.
SOPHOMORE (2012): Harris helped boost the outfield with a strong sophomore season, earning All-Big West Conference Second Team selection...emerged as a top force for the Fullerton lineup, starting in 50 games...batted a team-high .336 with 18 runs, two doubles, and eight RBI's...finished the season with 12 multi-hit games, including five in the team's final 13 contests...led the Titans with 22 hits in conference play, with a .400 average and .436 slugging percentage...scored three runs vs. Cal Poly on March 31...had two hits and two RBI's against Cal State Northridge on April 29...finished second on the team with 14 stolen bases and five sacrifice hits.
FRESHMAN (2011): Appeared in 35 games, making 29 starts...hit .246 on the season with seven runs scored and two RBI...ranked third on the team with five stole bases (in six attempts)...logged her first career hit against Texas A&M and finished with a career-high three hits against Cal Poly in the series opener to finish 3-for-3...also had multiple hits against UC Santa Barbara (April 2) and Cal State Northridge (May 14)...had a season-best four-game hitting streak from March 8-16, batting .571 (4-for-7) with two runs scored...swiped two bases against UCLA on March 12.
WESTCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year letter winner for the Comets...four-time All-Western League selection as well as a three-time All-CIF selection...helped Westchester HS to three league titles the past three seasons while batting .560 with 30 runs scored as a sophomore and .506 with 29 runs scored as a freshman...also selected to the Daily Breeze All-Area Team twice as a sophomore and junior while also setting the school record with 77 stolen bases in 79 attempts.
Played travel ball for Cal Lite...nicknames include: Lee, Lees, flash...favorites include: purple (color), "Excuses are the tools of the incompetent, used to build monuments of nothingness," (quote), Listening to music (hobbies), Negro League Museum in Kansas City (place already visited), Brazil (would like to visit), The Block (place to take visitors in Fullerton), chili cheese fries with pastrami (food), hostess strawberry cheesecake (snack), sweet tea (drink), Lakers (athletic team), Chris Paul, Allen Iverson (athletes), Lion King (movie), Scandal (tv show), Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, Frank Ocean (musical artists), "The Great Gatsby," "Pinballs," (books)... greatest accomplishment: being someone that my nephews look up to...something most people would be surprised to know about me: When I was younger the doctors told my parents that I needed my legs fixed...I chose Fullerton because: I loved that my parents would able to see my last years of playing softball. It just felt like home...If I didn't play softball, I would play: basketball or volleyball.