Amy  Harrison

22Amy Harrison


Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

High School:
Vincent Massey Collegiate




  • Points: 4, 2x, vs. Western Kentucky 8/19/12
  • Assists: 2, vs Mississippi State 10/9/09
  • SOG: 3, 2x, at Western Kentucky 8/19/12
  • Goals: 2, 2x, at Western Kentucky 8/19/12
  • Shots: 5, 2x, vs. LSU 10/14/12
  • Minutes: 110, vs. Auburn (SEC Tournament) 10/31/12

AS A SENIOR (2012)
  • Team Captain
  • Scored the team's second PK against Auburn in the SEC Tournament (10/31)
  • Assisted Alexis Owens in her 83rd minute game winning goal against Georgia (10/25)
  • Scored in the Lady Vols 2-1 victory over Ole Miss (10/21)
  • Scored in regulation during the Lady Vol overtime win against LSU (10/14)
  • Had three shots (one on goal) in 85 minutes of action vs. Vanderbilt (9/16)
  • Played 107 minutes in the overtime win over William and Mary (8/24)
  • Named to Soccer America Team of the Week (8/22)
  • Named the POW and SEC Offensive Player of the Week (8/20)
  • Scored two goals (53rd/60th mins.) against Samford (8/17)
  • Scored two goals (3rd/34th mins.) at Western Kentucky (8/19)

AS A JUNIOR (2011)
  • One of six Lady Vols to start all 22 contests, playing 1934 of 2020 possible minutes
  • Tallied three goals and one assist for seven total points on 29 shots
  • Was on the field for all 90 minutes in her first career NCAA Tournament game during the 3-0 loss to Ohio State (11/12)
  • Registered four shots, including a team-high two on frame, during UT's 2-0 loss to Auburn (11/4) in the SEC Tournament
  • Picked up her third career match-winning score just 2:33 into the 2-0 victory over #22 Auburn (10/23)
  • Started UT's thrilling comeback from a three-goal deficit against Ole Miss (10/7)
  • Delivered a perfect cross that was cashed in for her first assist of 2011 by Emily Dowd at 18:46 of the 4-0 victory over Coastal Carolina (9/16)
  • Slammed home her initial goal of the year from 14 yards out just 5:18 in during the 5-0 rout of Charlotte (9/9)
  • Played all 90 minutes at UNC Greensboro, launched three of the Lady Vols' 16 total shots
  • Credited with a shot on goal during UT's 2-0 victory over Middle Tennessee(9/2)
  • Posted a pair of shots, including one on frame, during the 2-1 defeat to #8 UCLA (8/26)
  • Was also credited with single shots at Kansas (8/19) and vs. #18 Texas A&M (8/28)

  • Started 16 of her 19 matches for Tennessee in the midfield during 2010
  • Totaled two goals and four points on 24 total shots, 10 on frame
  • Returned from an injury to draw 44 minutes of action in the SEC Tournament quarterfinal contest versus LSU (11/4)
  • Only played 10 minutes against Georgia (10/29) before coming off the pitch with a lingering injury
  • Totaled three shots, including one on goal, in 86 minutes during the 1-0 victory over Vanderbilt (10/1)
  • Scored for the second time in three matches by tickling the twine at 18:59 of the 1-1, 2OT deadlock against LSU (9/26)
  • Harrison's goal against LSU (9/26) was her fourth career score
  • Found paydirt for the first time in 2010 from six yards out at 39:17 off a feed from Alexis Owens during the 8-0 rout of Chattanooga (9/19)

  • Tabbed as a SEC All-Freshman choice after leading UT with four assists with a pair of goals and eight points during her initial campaign on Rocky Top
  • Started 19 of 20 matches in the midfield
  • Was second on the team in points (seven) during SEC action
  • Was credited with a shot in 101 minutes of playing time versus #10 Florida (11/4) at the SEC Tournament
  • Picked up her team-high fourth assist of the year on Jayden Barrett's goal at 69:45 in the defeat at UGA (10/30)
  • Scored her second career goal and match-winner at Alabama (10/25)
  • Contributed 79 minutes of effort in the midfield during the 3-1 loss to Auburn (10/22)
  • Fired a shot on goal during a 74-minute stint of playing time versus #11 Florida (10/16)
  • Recorded the first two-assist game of her career in the 3-0 rout of Mississippi State (10/9)
  • Chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week (10/5) for her efforts at UK
  • Scored her first career goal (her initial match-winner) at 27:52 on the road at Kentucky (10/4)
  • credit for her initial career assist on Imgram's match-winner against Memphis (9/11)
  • Fired four of Tennessee's 19 total shots at Minnesota's goalkeeper Cat Parkhill on Sept. 4
  • Drew starts in both matches against Arizona State (8/28) and Pepperdine (8/30)
  • One of five Lady Vol freshmen to get playing time in the regular season opener against ETSU (8/22)

  • Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, native Amy Harrison was a 5-7 midfielder and member of the Canadian Under-17 Women's World Cup squad
  • Traveled with Team Canada to the 2008 FIFA U17 World Cup in New Zealand
  • Has nine career caps for Canada in international competition
  • Harrison competed with the U17 team for two years and gave an impressive performance in the 2008 CONCACAF Tournament in Trinidad and Tobago
  • Prior to joining the U17 squad, Harrison spent 2006 training and competing with Canada's U15-16 team
  • Manitoba Provincial Team veteran, spending each summer from 2003-07 at tournaments with Manitoba squads, earning the 2009 Manitoba Soccer Association President's Award
  • Five-year captain with Winnipeg South End United, helped her club to the '08 Manitoba Championship and three straight city and league championships from '05 to '07
  • Garnered MVP honors at the Golden Boy International Tournament, where South End United claimed the U18 girls' title
  • Took home both the Winnipeg Youth Soccer Association and South End United Player of the Year Awards
  • Harrison played high school soccer with Shattuck St. Mary's in Faribault, Minn.
  • Played ice hockey for Vincent Massey Collegiate in Winnipeg.

  • Enrolled in the College of Business at UT
  • Among her soccer ambitions are to receive a nod to join the Canadian National Team and win the FIFA World Cup
  • Lists competing for Team Canada in the inaugural Women's U17 FIFA World Cup as her biggest thrill to date in soccer
  • Plays hockey as a hobby
  • Picked UT over UCF, Wisconsin and UTEP
  • Has a brother, Mark
  • Born Aug. 5, 1991, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  • Parents are Ian and Wendy Harrison


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