|Previous College:||Rhode Island|
AS A SENIOR IN 2004: Started 19 of the Bronco's 21 matches in 2004... played 1548 minutes... recorded 40 saves... ranks 16th in the country and paces the WCC with a 0.76 goals allowed average... recorded six shutouts in 2004... twice set season-highs of five saves... tallied five saves against George Mason in a 1-0 win on September 10... posted five saves at San Francisco on October 29... strung together four straight shutouts from October 1-15 ... a member of the WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2003: Started in six of the eight games he appeared in... played 629 minutes... recorded 21 saves...posted first shut out of the season against No. 7 Creighton in a double overtime match... picked up second start of the season against Loyola Marymount in the final game of the regular season... started four of the Broncos' five postseason matches... shut out Loyola Marymount in second round match, only the seventh shutout in Bronco postseason history... had seven saves in national semifinal loss to Indiana... allowed only six goals on the season for a 0.86 goals against average... notched a 0.93 career postseason average, currently ranking second in the Bronco record books.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2002: Played 740 minutes throughout the season... had 28 saves, accounting for two-thirds of the team's total... posted the lowest goals-against average on the team with his 0.97 average... had seven saves at Portland on October 13... notched shutouts against Sacramento State and Loyola Marymount... recorded six saves in the 2-1 loss at San Diego... registered a 3-3-0 record and a 1.14 GAA in WCC play.
AT RHODE ISLAND: Transferred to Santa Clara after playing one season at the University of Rhode Island... was named to the Atlantic-10 preseason All-Rookie team.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2001 graduate of Klem High School in Spring, Texas... played soccer for head coach Alan Bauer... member of the 2001 state finalist team... was a two-time all-district selection... named team MVP in 2001... named to the all-greater Houston team... named first team all-state and the 2001 Houston Player of the Year... set a school record with his 0.35 goals-against average in 2001... member of the Texans Soccer Club where he led his team to three regional championships and two national championships.
PERSONAL: Born August 11, 1983 in Wichita, Kan... parents are Dave and Cathy Harkness... majoring in political science.
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