At A Glance
Graduated among the all-time leaders in 10 statistical categories … ranked third all-time in points (30) with 12 goals, good for second in program history, and six assists, which ranked sixth all-time … supplied the game-winning goal in FGCU’s first-ever Atlantic Sun Championship final on a header in the 89th minute ... A-Sun All-Tournament team selection ... recipient of the 2012 FGCU Coach's Award.
As A Senior (2011)
Played in 19 matches while making three starts at forward … finished the season with four points on a pair of goals … helped the Eagles to a 12-6-2 overall record while securing the program's second consecutive Atlantic Sun regular season crown with a 7-1 league mark … netted his first goal of the season in the 4-0 rout of Rhode Island (Sept. 8) … provided the decisive goal in the A-Sun Championship final against ETSU (Nov. 13) on a header in the 89th minute which landed the Eagles the tournament title and sent the Green and Blue into the NCAA Championship in their first year of postseason eligibility … earned A-Sun All-Tournament team honors for his effort through the pair of tournament contests ... recipient of the FGCU Coach's Award.
As A Junior (2010)
Saw action in 14 contests … finished the season with six points off of a trio of goals … set the single-game record for goals with a hat trick against UNF (Oct. 31) in the season finale … tied his previous single-game record for points with six against the Ospreys … earned Atlantic Sun Conference Player of the Week honors for his efforts against UNF … helped FGCU to a perfect 9-0 A-Sun record, outscoring the opposition 26-2 … helped land FGCU’s first A-Sun conference regular season championship … helped the Eagles to their first national ranking, landing as high as No. 19 and ending the year No. 20 according to Soccer America … …received A-Sun All-Academic honors.
As A Sophomore (2009)
Competed in 15 matches and started 14 contests ... finished the season with four points on one goal and two assists, with nine shots on goal ... scored first goal of the season with three shots on goal in the 2-1 win over Mercer (Oct. 22) ... recorded an assist in victories over North Florida (Oct. 2) and Belmont (Oct. 9) ... tallied more than one shot against FIU, College of Charleston, North Florida, Lipscomb, ETSU, and Mercer … helped guide the team to first winning-season in program history, holding an 8-7-1 record and a 6-3-0 conference record.
As A Freshman (2008)
Game-By-Game Stats | A-Sun All-Conference Teams
Appeared in all 18 games and started 17 contests ... named to the A-Sun All-Freshmen team ... finished the season with 17 points on six goals, five assists and 23 shots on goal ... appeared in the shot column in 15 of 18 games played ... tallied an assist and a shot in his collegiate debut at Ohio State (Aug. 30) ... set the single-game scoring mark at six points with two goals, two assists, five shots and three shots on goal in the 7-1 win over North Florida (Oct. 17) ... scored a goal and recorded two shots in the 2-1 loss at Belmont (Oct. 25) ... netted a goal in each of the final three games in the 3-0 win over ETSU (Oct. 31), the 2-2 draw with USC-Upstate (Nov. 2) and the 2-0 defeat of Florida Atlantic (Nov. 8) … earned A-Sun All-Academic honors.
Back to back final four appearances 06-07, 07-08 with Merritt Island ... Cape Coast Conference District Champions three consecutive years ... two-year Regional Champion … All-County selection 06-07 and 07-08 ... selected to All-Star team in 07-08 ... played in Super Y League for two years ... traveled to England to participate in Worldwide Classic Tournament ... 4A MVP Player of the Year in 07-08.
Born July 9, 1989 … physical therapy major … son of Warren Harrison and Twania Peterson.