Corinne Harris 31
Corinne  Harris

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chicago, Ill.

High School:
Walter Payton College Prep

Height:
5-3

Position:
M/F


12/04/2015

Senior Captains Harris, Murillo Named to All-Region Squad

Harris, Murillo Earn Women's Soccer All-Region Distinction

11/04/2015

The Yellow Armband: Great Halloween, Special Shoutout, Reflection

The Yellow Armband: Great Halloween, Special Shoutout, Reflection

10/30/2015

Five Wolverines Garner All-Big Ten Awards

Five Women's Soccer Players Garner All-Big Ten Awards

10/29/2015

Harris, Soccorsi, Timko Net Academic All-District Accolades

Women's Soccer Trio Nets Academic All-District Accolades

09/23/2015

The Yellow Armband: Successful Big Ten Weekend and Off-Field Updates

The Yellow Armband: Successful Big Ten Weekend and Off-Field Updates

08/17/2015

Women's Soccer Profile: Corinne Harris

10/14/2014

Corinne Harris Interview

A chat with forward Corinne Harris, who discusses the early success for a young team, her position change, growing confidence as an upperclassmen and a big matchup with Penn State.

10/31/2012

Women's Soccer vs. Wisconsin - Big Ten Tournament Quarterfinals

Michigan 2, Wisconsin 0

08/17/2012

Women's Soccer Wins Season Opener

Michigan 5, Fordham 0

Last Updated: July 7, 2016

At Michigan
• Team Captain (2015)
• Two-time Capital One Academic All-District Five first team (2014, 2015)
• All-Great Lakes Region first team (2015)
• All-Great Lakes Region second team (2014)
• All-Big Ten second team (2014)
• U-M Bates/Deskins Award (2014-15)
• All-Big Ten Freshman Team (2012)
• Three-time Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2013-15)
• Three-time Academic All-Big Ten (2013-15)
• Michigan's Coaches Award recipient (2014)
• Two-time U-M Athletic Academic Achievement (2013-14)
• University Honors (Fall 2012)
• Appeared as No. 8 on SportsCenter's Top 10 Plays after scoring a highlight-reel goal to help U-M beat No. 22 Northwestern, 1-0 (Oct. 8, 2015)
• Finished her career ranked fourth all-time at U-M with 22 career assists

Senior (2015)
• Team Captain
• All-Great Lakes Region first team
• All-Big Ten first team
• Capital One Academic All-District Five first team
• Big Ten Distinguished Scholar
• Academic All-Big Ten
Season
• Started all 21 games (one of four players to do so in 2015)
• Finished the season with three goals and two assists (eight points)
• Assisted on the game-winning goal in a 1-0 victory against Northwestern in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals (Nov. 1)
• Appeared as No. 8 on SportsCenter's Top 10 Plays after scoring a highlight-reel goal to help U-M beat No. 22 Northwestern, 1-0 (Oct. 8, 2015)
• Scored U-M's only goal in a 1-1 double overtime tie at No. 25 Rutgers (Oct. 4)

Junior (2014)
• Capital One Academic All-District Five first team
• All-Big Ten second team
• All-Great Lakes Region second team
• Big Ten Distinguished Scholar
• Academic All-Big Ten
• Michigan's Coaches Award recipient
• Michigan's Bates/Deskins Award recipient
Season
• Started all 20 games
• Recorded three goals and nine assists (15 points)
• Scored one goal in addition to recording an assist in a three-point effort against Iowa (Oct. 5)
• Scored first goal of the game in a dramatic, last second 2-1 win over Michigan State (Sept. 27)
• Assisted on team's lone goal in 1-0 win at Maryland (Sept. 19)
• Recorded two assists against Central Michigan (Sept. 7)
• Scored one goal and had one assist in a three-point effort against Toledo (Sept. 5)
• Tallied two assists in season-opening win over CSUN (Aug. 22)

Sophomore (2013)
• Big Ten Distinguished Scholar
• Academic All-Big Ten
• Big Ten Preseason Players to Watch list
• U-M Athletic Academic Achievement
Season
• Played in all 23 matches (six starts)
• Scored one goal and tallied six assists (eight points)
• Scored first goal of the season to go along with an assist against Milwaukee (Nov. 16) in NCAA Tournament
• Recorded two assists vs. Oakland (Aug. 25)

Freshman (2012)
• All-Big Ten Freshman Team
• U-M Athletic Academic Achievement
Season
• Played in 23 matches, making 19 starts
• Finished the season with three goals and five assists (11 points)
• Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week (Sept. 10)
• Scored two goals in a 51-second span against Butler (Sept. 7), the first multi-goal game of her career
• Scored first collegiate goal against Detroit (Aug. 26)
• Made collegiate debut in start against Fordham (Aug. 17)

Prep
• Walter Payton College Prep (2012)
• Did not play sophomore or junior seasons (focused on club)
• Two-time All-State selection
• Two-time All-City selection
• Named first team All-Area by Chicago Sun-Times as a senior
Rankings
• Ranked as a four-star recruit and No. 77 by TopDrawerSoccer.com
• Ranked No. 105 on ESPNHS Top 150 for 2012
Academics/Extracurriculars
• National Honor Society
• 2012-13 Illinois State Scholar

Club/Junior Team
• NSA Premier Fury (2009-12)
• Chicago Magic Soccer Club (2008-09)
• Led team to USYSA U-17 National Championship with NSA Premier Fury (2011)
• ODP Illinois State (2007-09)
• U-14 Nike National ID Camp (2008)
• ODP Region II (2008-10)
• Y-League Nationals All-Star (2008)

Personal
• Corinne Hartfield Harris
• Born March 10, 1994
• Daughter of Philip Harris and Claire Hartfield
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science, & the Arts -- majoring in psychology

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