11 Sam Harrison
11 - Sam Harrison
Height: 6-1
Weight: 180
Year: So.
Hometown: Tustin, CA
High School: Foothill
Position: UT
College: Claremont McKenna

2019 (Sophomore):
Ended the year with 16 goals and five assists ... Scored twice in the semifinals of the USA Water Polo Division III Championship against Johns Hopkins ... Had a season-high four goals in a win at Occidental ... Scored a goal aaginst Whittier in the SCIAC Championship match ... Had two goals and an assist at Whittier during the regular season ... Scored a goal against a Pepperdine team that went on to reach the NCAA Final Four.

2018 (First-Year):
Finished his first collegiate season with 14 goals and eight assists ... Scored his first collegiate goal on opening day against No. 1 USC ... Had his first career hat trick with three goals against Penn State Behrend ... Scored twice in a win over Johns Hopkins (ranked No. 3 in Division III) ... Had two goals and an assist in a win over Division I Iona at the Harvard Invitational ... Also had two goals and an assist at Redlands ... Scored in a SCIAC semifinal win over Whittier. 

Prior to CMS
Attended Foothill High School, where he was a member of the swimming and water polo teams ... Also played for SoCal Water Polo club ... Was All-CIF second team selection, All-American fourth team, and all-league first team in water polo ... Helped Foothill to four straight league titles and two CIF DII Championships ... Was an All-American in swimming, setting a school record in the 4x100 freestyle relay while helping Foothill to two straight CIF DII Championships ... Four-time Scholar-Athlete Award winner and a USA Water Polo Academic All-American in 2016

Attends Claremont McKenna, where he majors in economics and physics ... While in high school, served on the Associated Student Body (ASB), was the Vice President of the Thirst Project and president and founder of the beach club ... Both parents attended Claremont McKenna and were on the swimming and diving team: Thomas Harrison (CMC '86) and Lisa (Coel) Harrison (CMC '90) ... Chose CMS for "the stellar academics with a competitive athletics program."