UND Roster

2016-17 Men's Soccer Roster

#18 Oliver Harris


Height 5'10''
Weight 169 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Birmingham, MI
High School Detroit Country Day

AS A SENIOR (2016):
•    ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
•    Started 19 games during senior season, tallying a career-high three points with one goal (game-winner) and one assist.
•    Attempted a career-high nine shots, with four attempts officially finding goal.
•    Key component to eight Irish team shutouts during the year.
•    Logged two shot attempts against UC Irvine to open the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament.
•    Scored first career goal during the 13th minute of an eventual 4-0 shutout of No. 6 Indiana at Alumni Stadium.
•    Added an assist in next contest to aid in draw against No. 11 Wake Forest.

AS A JUNIOR (2015):
•    ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
•    Saw action in all 22 matches of the season, with 20 starts as a holding midfielder.
•    Notched one assist and totaled six shot attempts.
•    Contributed to 10 Irish shutouts on the year.
•    First career assist came on the opening Notre Dame goal in a 3-1 Irish victory against No. 4 Virginia.
•    Attempted two shots in a pair of decisions against Northwestern and Pittsburgh.

•    Appeared in two matches, logging one shot attempt.
•    Played 37 minutes during a 1-1 draw at No. 5 Virginia, registering one shot.
•    Played 36 minutes during a 2-1 win against Ohio State in the second round of the NCAA Championship.

•    Appeared in one match.
•    Came off the bench and played 16 minutes in the season opener, a scoreless draw against UCLA at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic.

•    Earned two varsity letters at Detroit Country Day.
•    Scored the winning goal in the State Cup final during his junior season.
•    Was voted team MVP by his teammates as a junior.
•    Senior captain of his high school squad, but was unable to play that season due to conflicts with the U.S. Soccer Academy scheduling.
•    U.S. Olympic Development Program Michigan state team in 2008 and 2009.
•    Played club for the Crew Soccer Academy (CSA) Wolves.
•    Captained the Wolves to a third-place finish in the U15/16 division at Development Academy Finals Week during the 2011-2012 season.
•    Played with fellow Notre Dame sophomore Matt Habrowski on the Wolves.
•    Selected to play for the U16 Academy team at Derby County FC in England in 2011.
•    Ranked No. 71 in the class of 2013 by College Soccer News.
•    Given a four-star ranking (out of five) by Top Drawer Soccer.
•    Identified as one of the “Great Lakes 2013 boys demanding respect” by Top Drawer Soccer in August of 2010.
•    Older brother, James, played soccer at Cornell.
•    Son of Warren and Helen Harris.
•    Graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a degree in management consulting.

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