Papa Johns
Malcolm Harris Bio
Courtesy: Denver Athletics
Release: 02/01/2012

2012: Played in all 20 matches of his rookie campaign, starting 18 of them • tallied seven points on a goal and five assists in 1,116 minutes • scored his first-career goal on Sept. 23 against Fairfield to level the match at one in DU’s 2-1 win • his five assists were good for second on the team behind Zach Bolden. 

Club: Played for Baltimore Bays Chelsea • ranked No. 26 nationally in the 2012 class by College Soccer News and No. 32 by Topdrawersoccer.com • earned a third place finish in the U.S. Academy Finals Week (July 2010) with Baltimore Bays • claimed a USYSA National Championship in 2009 (U15) • picked for the adidas Disney Showcase All-Star team in 2010 that traveled to Chelsea Football Club • attended U14 and U15 U.S. National Pool Camps 

High School: Attends McDonogh High School in Owings Hills, Md. • led McDonough to 2011 MIAA Championship •  earned NSCAA All-American, All-State, First Team All-Metro Baltimore, First Team All-Conference twice and Montgomery County All-Decade honors during a successful career at McDonogh and Good Counsel High Schools.

Personal: Born January 24, 1994, in Damascus, Md. •son of Christopher and Sadia Harris • has one brother, Gyasi, and one sister, Shana • chose Denver because when he visited here he loved everything about the university, and couldn't picture himself anywhere else • hopes to play professional soccer • undecided major • also considered Maryland, Louisville, Central Florida and George Mason.

Bobby Muuss on Harris: "We are excited to be adding Malcolm to our program. He is a very versatile player that can play along the backline and in the midfield. Not only is he one of the top recruits in the country, but Malcolm is a winner. He comes from the No. 1 boys club in the country, The Baltimore Bays, which everyone in soccer circles around the country knows breeds winners and championships under coach Steve Nichols. Malcolm chose Denver over a long list of schools, and he is the type of player that we believe will continue to push DU soccer towards more conference championships and NCAA Tournament runs."  

Steve Nichols, Baltimore Bays Chelsea Director of Coaching: "Malcolm Harris is one of the best players I have ever coached. His will to win is unbelievable. He has a rare quality as a superstar: most superstars are all about themselves, but Malcolm is willing to step out of the limelight if that is what is best for his team, and I have never seen a player of his caliber do that in our country. There is no doubt he will help Coach Muuss elevate Denver to one of the top programs in the nation. He did it with the Bays, he made an average team the U-15 National Champion in 2009, and led our U-16 in 2010 and our U-18 in 2011 to the US Development National Finals."












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