AT GEORGE WASHINGTON
Appeared in 47 games as a junior last season with 31 digs and a pair of blocks... named the team's Most Inspirational Player by the coaching staff ... played in 48 games as sophomore in 2001 with 119 kills, 94 digs and 12 block assists... appeared in seven games as a freshman in 2000 averaging 1.14 digs per game ... added a new dimension to the Conference Championship team as a left-handed hitter.
Attended Calabasas High School where she helped lead the Coyotes to a pair of Frontier League championships as a sophomore and junior under coach Charles Gage ... she was named second team All-League as a junior and first team All-League and co-Most Valuable Player as a senior ... also played first base for the Calabasas softball team and center for the Coyotes` basketball team ... ranked 35th in her class of 406 while maintaining a 3.93 GPA ... Honor Society student ... earned high honors recognition in biology and geometry.
Born March 13, 1982 in Tarzana, CA ... full name is Laura Beth Harrison ... daughter of Richard and Sandra Harrison ... has two sisters, Sonya (34) and Melissa (25) and two brothers, Jeff (30) and Rick (17) ... interested in a career as an elementary school teacher ... MAJOR: liberal arts.
Volleyball Falls at Rhode Island, 3-1
Osuchukwu Totals 11 Blocks; Colonials Visit Fordham on Sunday
Volleyball Set for Final Road Swing
Colonials still in playoff hunt as they visit Rhode Island and Fordham this weekend
@GW_Volleyball's Streak Snapped in Five-Set Loss to Duquesne
Osuchukwu and Moor Combine to Hit .534 with 33 Kills
@GW_Volleyball Sweeps La Salle for Third Straight Win
Clark and Moor Post 10 Kills Each; Colonials Host Duquesne on Saturday Night
@GW_Volleyball Set for Key A-10 Matches
Colonials Host La Salle & Duquesne as Season Turns to Final Stretch
GW Volleyball Rallies to Drop UMBC, 3-2
Freshmen Trio Lifts Colonials in Non-Conference Finale
@GW_Volleyball Runs Past Davidson, 3-0
Colonials Swing Season-High .337 to Dismantle Wildcats on Saturday
@GW_Volleyball Stopped by VCU, 3-1
Davidson Leads All Players with 15 Kills