Ezekiel Harris talks about turning the corner during a challenging season.
Junior (2012) ...Played entire match on 16 occasions on the Michigan defense ... Had one shot in each NCAA Tournament against Akron (Nov. 18) and Niagara (Nov. 15) ... Took two shots against Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament (Nov. 11) ... Ripped three shots against Michigan State (Nov. 3) as well as two shots against both Detroit (Oct. 30) and Bowling Green (Oct. 23) ... Attempted two shots against Oakland (Oct. 9) ... Scored one goal on a header, assisted by Fabio Villas Boas Pereira's corner, against Ohio State, firing two shots total in the game (Sept. 30) ... Hadshot in 2-1 defeat at No. 5 South Florida (Aug. 24).
Sophomore (2011) ... Started 19 matches on the season, missing only the Wisconsin match due to yellow card accumulation ... Scored three goals on the season to rank second on squad, highlighted by a game-winner against Penn State (Oct. 1) ... Tallied scores in back-to-back matches (Ohio State, Sept. 25/Penn State) ... First goal of season came against Georgetown, a score that tied the match (Sept. 11) ... Collected lone assist on season on a David Yang goal against Western Michigan (Oct. 5) ... Nine of 15 shots on the season were on frame ... Ranked third on team with 1,679 minutes played, playing entire match on 12 occasions on the Wolverine back line.
Freshman (2010) ... Saw action in 20 games, with 14 starts ... Tallied one point on the season with an assist ... Saw action in U-M's College Cup semifinal game against Akron (Dec. 10) ... Saw action in U-M's 3-2 OT win over No. 3 Maryland (Dec. 4) to advance to the 2010 NCAA College Cup ... Recorded his first career point with an assist in U-M's 5-1 win over Bowling Green (Oct. 27) ... Posted his first shot in six games in U-M's 2-1 loss to Indiana (Oct. 16) ... Posted a career-high three shots, including one on goal, against Marquette (Sept. 19) .. Earned his first career start against Seattle (Sept. 12), posted one shot on goal ... Made collegiate debut in U-M's 2-1 overtime win against Detroit (Sept. 1).
Prep ... Carman-Ainsworth (2010)...Three-year letterwinner... Two-time all-conference first team selection... Earned all-state honorable mention and third team honors... Tallied 49 goals and 20 assists throughout his prep career... Named as one of the Top 10 Flint area soccer players ... Carman-Ainsworth Wall of Fame selection.
Club/Junior Team ... Vardar ... Won the 2010 Club National Championship.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts.