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Kyle Harrison

Kyle Harrison #18

Ohio Machine

Position Midfield
Height 6' 0" (183 cm)
Weight 194 lbs.
Acquired Claimed from Player Pool - February 25, 2014
Birth Date Mar 12, 1983
College Experience Johns Hopkins University
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CAREER STATS

2014 MLL SEASON:

Team captain and Machine MVP for 2014. Member of Team USA in 2014. Scored three goals, tallied one assist and picked up a groundball to earn MVP honors at Charlotte (4/26). Scored two goals at Denver (5/4) and had one assist at Florida (5/17). Scored one goal, had two assists and picked up a groundball against New York (5/17). Scored two goals at Chesapeake (5/31). Scored four goals against Boston (6/6). Rang in two goals against Rochester (6/14). Tallied two goals and one assist at Boston (6/21). Scored three goals and scooped in a groundball at New York (6/28). Scored two goals against Chesapeake (7/4). Scored four goals, including the game winner, and set a club record with 11 shots on goal against Denver (7/26). Scored one goal at Rochester (8/2) and tallied one goal and one assist against Florida (8/9).
 
2010 MLL SEASON:
Did not see action for Denver.

2009 MLL SEASON:
Played seven games for Denver. Had six points, four goals and two assists. Scooped up five groundballs. Tallied two goals and four groundballs against Chicago (5/16). Scored two goals and one assist against Boston (5/22). Scored one goal against Washington (5/30). Played against Long Island (6/13), Toronto (6/20), and Toronto (6/27). Picked up one groundball against Toronto (8/8).

2008 MLL SEASON:
MLL All-Star. Played 12 games for Los Angeles. Had 30 points, 17 goals and 13 assists. Collected 23 groundballs. Recorded one goal, went zero-for-1 on face-offs and three groundballs against Denver (5/17). Recorded one assist against Chicago (5/25). Recorded one goal and one groundball against San Francisco (5/31). Scored one goal and one assist against Denver (6/7). Tallied four goals and three groundballs against Long Island (6/21). Collected two goals and four assists against Rochester (6/28). Recorded four goals, two assists and three groundballs against Chicago (7/6). Collected two assists and three groundballs against Denver (7/12). Had one assist and three groundballs against Chicago (7/20). Tallied two goals, one assist and three groundballs against Philadelphia (7/26). Recorded one goal, one assist and two groundballs against San Francisco (8/2). Picked up two groundballs against San Francisco (8/9).

2007 MLL SEASON:
MLL All-Star. Played 12 Games for New Jersey. Had 27 points, 19 goals, six assists and 35 groundballs. Tallied two goals, eight groundballs and went two-for-four on face-offs against Washington (5/18). Recorded one goal, one assist, and went one-for-two on face-offs with two groundballs against Los Angeles (5/27). Scored one goal and picked up one groundball against Washington (6/2). Tallied three goals, one assist, went two-for-three on face-offs with four groundballs against Rochester (6/8). Scored two goals and collected three groundballs against Chicago (6/16).Tallied two goals and three groundballs against Boston (6/23). Recorded two goals, three assists and eight groundballs against Boston (6/30). Picked up three groundballs against Philadelphia (7/12). Collected two goals against Long Island (7/21). Tallied one 2pt goal, one assist and one groundball against Philadelphia (7/26). Tallied two goals and two groundballs against Rochester (8/4). Recorded one goal and one groundball against Long Island (8/11).

2006 MLL SEASON:
MLL All-Star. Represented the United States in the 2006 World Lacrosse Championship. Played 11 games for New Jersey. Recorded 25 points on eight goals and 17 assists with 21 groundballs. Recorded one goal and two assists with a groundball against Boston (5/20). Collected one goal and one assist, as well as winning one faceoff with two groundballs against Rochester (5/26). Recorded one goal and one groundball against Philadelphia (6/3). Tallied one goal, four assists, and one groundball against Baltimore (6/11). Tallied three assists against, went two-for-three on face-offs and collected five groundballs Denver (6/17). Tallied two assists, went five-for-eight on face-offs with one groundball against Rochester (6/23). Scored one goal and went three-for-10 on face-offs against San Francisco (7/1). Tallied one assist and two groundballs against Philadelphia (7/8). Collected one goal, four assists and three groundballs against Boston (7/29). Tallied two goals, went three-for-seven on face-offs with five groundballs against Long Island (8/5). Went one-for-one face-offs against Long Island (8/12).

2005 MLL SEASON:
Number one overall pick in the 2005 MLL draft by New Jersey. MLL All-Star. Played in nine games. Had 15 points, nine goals and six assists.

COLLEGE:
2005 Tewaaraton Award winner. Three time All-American. Three time Tewaaraton Finalist. 2005 NCAA Player of the Year. Two-time NCAA Midfielder of the Year. Led Johns Hopkins to the 2005 National Championship. Member of the All-Time Johns Hopkins team. Career totals of 57 goals and 25 assists for 82 points. Has also won 289-of-473 (.611) face-offs and had 237 groundballs. Career face-off winning percentage is the best in school history among players who have played two years and taken at least 300 faceoffs. Single-season faceoff winning percentage of .632 (2002) and .626 (2003) rank fifth and sixth, respectively, in school history.

PERSONAL:
Son of Dr. Miles and Wanda Harrison. Father played on the first all-African American college lacrosse team in the NCAA during the 1970’s at Morgan State. STX sponsored athlete.

Updates

All-Stars Power Machine at Season's Mid Point
All-Stars Power Machine at Season's Mid Point Six members of the Machine head to Houston to represent the Blue and White in the 2015 MLL All-Star Game   Read More
Machine Sends Six Players to 2015 MLL All-Star Game
Machine Sends Six Players to 2015 MLL All-Star Game For the second straight season, six members of the Ohio Machine will represent the team in the mid-summer classic.   Read More


Kyle Harrison Named Player of the Week
Kyle Harrison Named Player of the Week Following his six point performance against Florida, Kyle Harrison was named the Warrior Offensive Player of the Week.   Read More
2015 Position Preview: Midfield
2015 Position Preview: Midfield Before the Machine hits the field on April 12 to open the 2015 season, take a look at how the midfield unit is stacking up.   Read More


Machine Names Team Captains for 2015 Season
Machine Names Team Captains for 2015 Season The Ohio Machine has named Kyle Harrison, Brian Phipps and Marcus Holman team captains for the 2015 season.   Read More
Get to Know: Kyle Harrison
Get to Know: Kyle Harrison In his first season with the Machine, Kyle Harrison was named team MVP. But how well do you know K18?   Read More


Team MVP: Kyle Harrison
Team MVP: Kyle Harrison In his first year with the Machine, Harrison had a flair for the dramatic and coming up big when it mattered most.   Read More
I'm Back! And I Never Left.
I'm Back! And I Never Left. Kyle Harrison's journey from Tewaaraton winner to Major League Lacrosse, Team USA, the LXM Pro Tour and back.   Read More


 
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05/03 4:00PM EST @ Bayhawks (W)  9 - 12 Recap
05/09 7:00PM EST @ Launch (L)  15 - 12 Recap
05/16 7:00PM EST vs Hounds (W)  14 - 10 Recap
05/24 6:30PM EST vs Launch (W)  20 - 12 Recap
05/30 9:00PM EST @ Outlaws (W)  12 - 18 Recap
06/05 7:30PM EST @ Hounds (W)  12 - 14 Recap
06/20 7:00PM EST vs Bayhawks (L)  11 - 12 Recap
06/28 1:00PM EST @ Rattlers (W)  12 - 17 Recap
07/04 4:00PM EST vs Rattlers (L)  15 - 16 Recap
07/11 6:00PM EST @ Cannons (W)  12 - 19 Recap
07/18 7:00PM EST vs Lizards (W)  14 - 9 Recap
07/25 7:00PM EST vs Cannons (W)  17 - 16 Recap
08/01 4:00PM EST vs Rattlers (L)  8 - 12 Recap
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