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      Isabelle  Harrison

Nashville, Tenn.

High School:
Hillsboro H.S.



2013-14 National Awards Candidate

2014-15 Season Highs
Points:25 // LSU, 1/22/15
Rebounds:14 // Ole Miss, 2/12/15
Assists:3 // Stanford, 12/20/14*
Steals:2 // Mississippi St., 2/1/15*
Blocks:5 // Oregon St., 12/28/14
Field Goals:10 // Texas A&M, 1/8/15
Free Throws:7 // LSU, 1/22/15
Minutes:35 // Oregon St., 12/28/14
Career Highs
Points:26 // LSU, 1/2/14*
Rebounds:18 // Georgia Tech, 11/17/13
Assists:6 // Alabama, 2/2/14
Steals:6 // Rutgers, 12/30/12
Blocks:7 // South Carolina, 1/3/13
Field Goals:11 // Lipscomb, 12/29/13
Free Throws:12 // LSU, 1/2/14
Minutes:35 // Oregon St., 12/28/14*
SEC Highs
Points:26 // LSU, 1/2/14
Rebounds:16, Kentucky, 2/16/14
Assists:6 // Alabama, 2/2/14
Steals:3 // Ole Miss, 2/6/14
Blocks:7 // South Carolina, 1/3/13
Field Goals:10 // Texas A&M, 1/8/15
Free Throws:12 // LSU, 1/2/14
Minutes:35 // Kentucky, 2/16/14*

NCAA Highs
Points:12 // N'western St., 3/22/14*
Rebounds:11 // St. John's, 3/24/14
Assists:3 // St. John's, 3/24/14
Steals:1 // Maryland, 3/30/14*
Blocks:3 // Oklahoma, 3/31/13*
Field Goals:5 // N'western St., 3/22/14*
Free Throws:4 // Creighton, 3/25/13
Minutes:29 // Louisville, 4/2/13
*Indicates most recent high

    • WNBA First Rd. Draft Pick (12th pick, Phoenix Mercury) -- 2015
    • Senior CLASS Award Second Team -- 2015
    • AP Honorable Mention All-American -- 2015
    • Coaches All-SEC First Team -- 2015
    • AP All-SEC Second Team -- 2015
    • SEC Academic Honor Roll -- 2015
    • College Sports Madness All-SEC First Team -- 2015
    • John R. Wooden Award Late Season Top-20 List -- 2015
    • Naismith Trophy Women's Midseason 30 List -- 2015
    • espnW Midseason No. 1 WNBA Draft Pick -- 2015
    • Senior CLASS Award Finalist -- 2015
    • John R. Wooden Midseason Top-20 List -- 2015
    • SEC Player of the Week - 12/29 & 1/26 -- 2014-15
    • College Sports Madness SEC Player of the Week -- 12/29 - 2014
    • Naismith Trophy Women's 50 Watch List -- 2014
    • John R. Wooden Award Preseason Top-30 List -- 2014
    • Wade Trophy Watch List -- 2014
    • espnW Preseason All-America Second Team -- 2014
    • College Sports Madness - All-America First Team -- 2014
    • Media Preseason All-SEC First Team -- 2014
    • Coaches Preseason All-SEC First Team -- 2014
    • College Sports Madness Preseason All-SEC First Team -- 2014
    • No. 9 ranked player in 2014 espnW Top 25 -- 2014
    • Full Court Third-Team All-American -- 2014
    • Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American -- 2014
    • WBCA Honorable Mention All-American -- 2014
    • WBCA All-Region 3 Nominee -- 2014
    • Associated Press All-SEC First Team -- 2014
    • Coaches All-SEC First Team -- 2014
    • SEC Academic Honor Roll -- 2014
    • SEC Tournament MVP -- 2014
    • SEC All-Tournament Team -- 2014
    • SEC Academic Honor Roll -- 2013
    • SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll -- 2012

    • Suffered a torn ACL in her right knee vs. Kentucky on Feb. 15 and missed the remainder of the season after playing 20 games in her senior campaign.
    • Actually appeared in 21 games, entering the Vanderbilt game with five seconds remaining on Senior Day to a standing ovation.
    • Notched 10 or more points on 14 occasions and 20-plus points on four occasions, including 25 vs. LSU.
    • Began the season scoring 10-plus points in six of the first seven games she played, including five in a row (Lipscomb through Oregon State).
    • Led the team in rebounding on eight occasions, all of which she had 10 or more.
    • Earned All-SEC First Team honors for the second consecutive year, averaging 12.2 ppg and 8.6 rpg to lead the team.
    • Finished her senior campaign ninth on UT's all-time career blocks chart with 131, surpassing Chamique Holdsclaw (111).
    • Concluded her career with the sixth most double-doubles by a Lady Vol with a career total of 31, including seven as a senior.
    • Racked up the fifth-most blocks in a game by a senior (5) vs. Oregon State.
    • Was the first of four Lady Vols to reach the 1,000-point club. Became the 39th Lady Vol to reach 1,000 career points at Tennessee on Jan. 29 after producing 19 points at Kentucky.
    • Carded back-to-back double-doubles at Kentucky (19 pts./10 rebs.) and vs. Mississippi St. (11 pts./10 rebs.).
    • Led the team vs. Ole Miss with 21 points and a season-high 14 rebounds for her seventh and final double-double of the season.
    • Despite foul trouble, played an efficient 17 minutes to tally a team-high 17 points and seven rebounds vs. Florida.
    • Had a break-out junior season that earned her All-SEC First Team accolades as well as third team All-America recognition from Full Court and honorable mention status from Associated Press and the WBCA.
    • Set a Tennessee junior record with 18 double-doubles, passing the previous record holder, Chamique Holdsclaw, who had 16 in 1997-98.
    • Only Candace Parker had more double-doubles in a season with 21 as a sophomore in 2006-07.
    • From Dec. 14, 2014 to Jan. 9, 2014, posted seven-straight games with double-doubles, setting a Lady Vol program record for consecutive double-doubles. [Troy (13 pts., 12 rebs.), Tennessee State (12 pts., 11 rebs.), Stanford (10 pts., 13 rebs.), Lipscomb (26 pts., 15 rebs.), LSU (26 pts., 10 rebs.), Georgia (18 pts., 10 rebs.) and Ole Miss (16 pts., 10 rebs.)].
    • Scored in double figures in 31 of 35 contests, including 20 games in a row from Nov. 29-Feb. 20.
    • Racked up 20 contests with 10 or more rebounds.
    • Shot 57.7% from the field in 2013-14 and averaged 9.3 rpg. and 13.6 ppg. to rank first, second and 18th, respectively, in the SEC in those categories.
    • Finished her junior campaign 10th on UT's all-time career blocks chart with 105 in three seasons.
    • Earned SEC Tournament MVP honors after leading UT to its 17th postseason league title, averaging 19.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game in the tourney.
    • Shot 59.1 percent (26-44) from the field in three SEC Tourney games.
    • Notched her 17th double-double of the year vs. Texas A&M in the SEC Tournament semifinals with a team-best 20 points and 13 boards.
    • Led the team in scoring (21 pts.) and rebounding (12 rebs.) in UT's SEC quarterfinal win over LSU.
    • Matched her career high in points with 26 against LSU, on Jan. 2, 2014. In the final seven minutes against the Tigers, she had 14 points, four rebounds and one steal, going a perfect 4-for-4 from the field and 6-of-8 in free throws.
    • Racked up a career-best 26 points in 18 minutes of action against Lipscomb on Dec. 29 while snagging a personal-best and team-leading four steals.
    • Grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds and scored 10 points in the win over Georgia Tech on Nov. 17.
    • Posted double-doubles in two of her first three games as a sophomore, establishing herself as a consistent inside scoring and rebounding threat for Tennessee.
    • Ended up posting six double-doubles on the season and notched double-digit scoring performances on 14 occasions and rebounding efforts 10 times.
    • Did so despite missing 10 games due to injuries to her right ankle (Texas - 1 game) left knee (Notre Dame - 6 games) and right knee (Texas A&M regular season - 3 games).
    • Posted career highs at South Carolina in UT's victorious SEC opener with 18 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocked shots in 35 minutes, and also added two steals and an assist while hitting nine of 12 shots from the field vs. the #18/15 Gamecocks.
    • That blocks total vs. USC tied for fourth-highest ever by a Lady Vol.
    • Also had six blocked shots to go along with 10 points and five rebounds in an overtime win over Middle Tennessee.
    • Had 18 points the game before vs. Rutgers, while adding 11 rebounds, six steals, two assists and a block.
    • Also had 18 points and 11 boards vs. North Carolina, helping UT to a key early season win over the No. 22/nr Tar Heels.
    • After missing the SEC Tournament with a right knee injured suffered vs. No. 13/15 Texas A&M in the regular season, Harrison returned for the NCAA Tournament and played well against Oklahoma in the Oklahoma City Regional Semifinal game with 12 points, eight rebounds and three blocks.
    • She had 11 points and six boards vs. No. 16/17 Louisville in the OKC Regional Final.
    • Notched a double-double in her first career start, the season opener at Chattanooga, as she recorded 13 points and grabbed 12 boards, leading the team in rebounds.

    • Scored in double figures three times as a freshman while appearing in 30 games.
    • Ranked fifth on the team with 17 blocked shots.
    • Came off the bench against Chattanooga (1/3) to knock down a career-high 13 points against the Lady Mocs and tie her career best with five field goals in a season-best 20 minutes of duty.
    • Recorded 10 points against Old Dominion (12/28), tying a career best with five field goals in 14 minutes.
    • Saw 19 minutes in reserve at Alabama (1/26), recording 10 points and six rebounds in the win.
    • Was credited with being the spark that helped the Lady Vols pull away from #7 Miami (11/15), scoring four points and adding two boards and a block in nine minutes off the bench.
    • Came up with five points, four rebounds and a blocked shot in eight minutes off the bench against Auburn (2/5) and was called the catalyst in the win by Coach Summitt.
    • Carded 19 minutes of action against Middle Tennessee (11/29), registering seven points and nine rebounds.
    • Had seven boards vs. both Virginia (11/20) and Baylor (11/27).
    • Saw first action as a Lady Vol against Pepperdine (11/13), pulling down eight boards in the winning effort and scored five points for UT, making five of six shots from the charity stripe.
    • Earned action in the NCAA First Round, entering the contest to tally three points and four rebounds in 11 minutes vs. UT Martin (3/17).
    • Started attending classes at UT in June, enabling her to get in the weight room and also play in the Pilot Rocky Top League, where she got experience competing with and against former and current Lady Vols.

    • Harrison was an AAU teammate of fellow Lady Vol Ariel Massengale, playing for the Tennessee Flight.
    • The Flight won the 2010 Nike Nationals in Augusta, Ga., going undefeated in the process.
    • USA Basketball U17 team trial invitee (2010).

    • Ranked No. 29 in 2011 espnW HoopGurlz Top 100.
    • Helped Hillsboro to a 36-1 record en route to the 2009 Tennessee AAA State Championship.
    • Shot 61.0 percent from the field as a senior, averaging 19.3 ppg. (491 points) and 13.1 rpg. (255 rebounds) with 7.1 blocks per contest (131 blocked shots).
    • Garnered all-district and second-team all-state accolades (2011).
    • Averaged 14.6 ppg. and 9.6 rpg. with 38 blocks and 51 steals as a junior.
    • All-District and All-Region (2010).
    • Tallied 430 points, averaging 11.6 ppg, in addition to posting 255 rebounds, 78 steals and 52 blocks as a sophomore in 2008-09.
    • Was a middle blocker for the HHS volleyball team.

    • Full name is Isabelle Hannah "Izzy" Harrison.
    • Born on Sept. 27, 1993, in Nashville, Tenn.
    • Parents are Dennis and Ida Harrison.
    • Harrison has 11 siblings: Idette, Dennis, Jr., Danielle, David, Dianne, Daniel, Della, DeeDee, Isaiah, Ian, and Dorie.
    • Two of her older brothers, D.J. and David, play basketball overseas.
    • Older sister, DeeDee, is a former middle blocker on the Lady Vol volleyball team who now plays professionally.
    • Her father played in the NFL for 10 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, the then-Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers and Atlanta Falcons.
    • Earned a degree in communication studies in three years and is pursuing a graduate degree in agricultural leadership, education and communications.
    • Recipient of Perry Stuart Smith Women's Basketball Scholarship Endowment.
    • Follow @OMG_itsizzyb on Twitter and @omg_itsizzyb on Instagram.

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