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Amy Harrison
00   Amy Harrison

Hometown:
Claremore, Okla.

High School:
Claremore-Sequoyah HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
C

Experience:
2L


04/11/2013

Conference USA Announces Commissioner's Honor Roll

Hurricane has 198 student-athletes honored

02/08/2013

Tulsa Opens 2013 Softball Season Friday

Golden Hurricane leads off at LSU Tiger Classic this weekend

02/08/2013

Tulsa Opens 2013 Softball Season Friday

Golden Hurricane leads off at LSU Tiger Classic this weekend

10/19/2012

Tulsa Softball Making Progress in Fall Practice

09/29/2012

Softball Opens Fall Exhibition Season

Hurricane using fall workouts to acclimate young players and gain experience

Career at Tulsa: A two-year letterwinner ... played in 20 games with eight starts ... hit .118 with a home run, five RBI, a .206 slugging percentage and .167 on-base percentage ... had 42 putouts and three assists in 46 fielding chances for a .978 fielding percentage.

Sophomore (2013): Played in seven games ... had one hit in eight at bats ... recorded a pinch-hit single at Houston (4/20; G2).

Freshman (2012): Played in 13 games with eight starts ... had three hits, five RBI and one home run ... went 2-for-4 with a home run, four RBI and two runs scored vs. Mississippi Valley State (2/11) ... walked a drove in a run vs. North Carolina State (2/18) ... had a hit at Southern Miss (3/24; G2).

High School: A four-year letterwinner at Claremore Sequoyah High School ... a 2010 Oklahoma All-State selection ... a three-time All-Will Rogers Conference performer ... she hit .498 as a senior, earning all-conference honors, and hit .493 as a junior on her way to being named the MVP of the Will Rogers Conference.

Personal: Born Amy Lynn Harrison on June 24, 1993 in Tulsa, Okla. ... daughter of Mike and Brenda Harrison ... has two brothers and two sisters ... sister, Amber, played softball at Auburn ... favorite movie is The Patriot ... favorite TV show is "House" ... hobbies include reading, crafts and Pintrest ... major is arts and sciences.

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