Joe Harris

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WORTH NOTING

• Finished his four-year career ranked first all-time at Virginia in games played (135), second in 3-point percentage (40.7%) and 3-pointers (263) and11th in scoring with 1,698 points

• In 2013-14, named All-ACC Second Team by the ACC Coaches and All-ACC Third Team by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA)

• Named 2014 ACC Tournament Most Valuable Player and ACC All-Tournament First Team

• Averaged a career-high 16.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game in 2012-13

• Named to the 2014 Allstate Good Works Team for community service and improving the lives of others

• Named to the All-ACC first team by the ACC coaches and Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) in 2012-13

• Named to the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) All-District 3 Team and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 2 Team in 2012-13

• Scored a career-high 36 points vs. Duke (2/28/13)

• Second on the team in scoring with an average of 11.3 points a game for the 2011-12 season

• Broke a bone in his left hand in a game at North Carolina (2/11/12) and played the rest of that game and the last eight games of the season with protection on the hand

• Made 41.7 percent (65-156) of his three-point field goal attempts in 2010-11, the best by an ACC freshman since 2000

• Named Mr. Basketball in the state of Washington in 2010 by the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association and selected the 2010 Gatorade Washington Boys Basketball Player of the Year

• Associated Press Class IA Player of the Year in 2010 and 2009

• Three-time Caribou Trail League Most Valuable Player

• Averaged 26.6 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 4.4 steals and 1.6 blocks a game as a senior at Chelan High School in 2009-10

• Scored a Class IA state record 2,399 points during his high school career

2013-14 SEASON

• Played in and started a school-record 37 games

• Averaged 12 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 28.8 minutes per game

• Shot 44.1 percent from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range and 64 percent from the free-throw line

• Named All-ACC Second Team by the ACC Coaches and All-ACC Third Team by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA)

• Named ACC Tournament Most Valuable Player and ACC All-Tournament First Team

• Selected to the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) All-District 3 Team and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 2 Second Team

• Named Virginia Sports Information Directors Association (VaSID) University Division All-State Men’s Basketball First Team

• Named to the 2014 Allstate Good Works Team for community service and improving the lives of others

• Invited to the State Farm College 3-Point Championship but did not participate

• Senior CLASS Award nominee

• Preseason All-ACC, John R. Wooden Award and Naismith Trophy candidate

• Earned Corpus Christi Challenge Most Valuable Player honors after averaging 14.8 points in wins against Liberty (11/23/13), Hampton (11/26/13), SMU (11/29/13) and Missouri State (11/30/13)

• Ranked 10th in the ACC in made 3-point field goals per game (1.95) in all games

• Ranked fourth in the ACC in 3-point field goal percentage (42.1%) and tied for eighth in made 3-point field goals per game (2.22) in 18 league games

• Led Virginia in scoring in 11 games, including a season-high 20 against Hampton (11/26/13) and Florida State (3/14/14)

• Scored a team-high 18 points vs. VCU (11/12/13) and Florida State (1/18/14)

• Had a career-high five steals vs. Boston College (2/5/14)

• Led Virginia in scoring in two NCAA Tournament games, including 16 vs. Memphis (3/23/14) in the third round and 17 vs. Michigan State (3/28/14) in the East Regional semifinals

• Scored in double figures in 26 games

• Finished his four-year career ranked first all-time at Virginia in games played (135), second in 3-point percentage (40.7%) and 3-pointers (263) and11th in scoring with 1,698 points

• Lettered

2012-13 SEASON

• Played and started a school-record 35 games

• Averaged a career-high 16.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game

• Named to the All-ACC first team by the ACC coaches and Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA)

• Named to the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) All-District 3 Team and National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 2 Team

• Shot 46.8 percent from the field, 42.5 percent from 3-point range and 74 percent from the free-throw line

• Ranked fourth in the ACC in scoring (16.3 ppg) and 3-point shooting accuracy (42.5%) and fifth in made 3-point field goals per game (2.2)

• Ranked second in scoring (18.4 ppg), fifth in 3-point field goal percentage (43%) and made 3-point field goals per game (2.4), sixth in free throw percentage (78.8%), eighth in field goal percentage (48.3%) and ninth in minutes per game (34.3) in 18 ACC games

• Scored in double figures in 31 of 35 games

• Led UVa in scoring 19 times and had nine 20-point games

• Tallied a career-high 36 points vs. Duke (2/28/13)

• Had a season-high eight rebounds at George Mason (11/9/12)

• Handed out a career-high six assists vs. Mississippi Valley State (12/8/12)

• Tied a career high with four steals vs. Florida State (1/19/13)

• Tied a career high with five 3-pointers vs. Virginia Tech (2/12/13)

• Ranks second all-time at UVa in career 3-point shooting accuracy at 41 percent

• Ranks sixth on UVa’s career 3-pointer list with 191

• Ranks 27th all-time at UVa with 1,255 career points

• Ranked ninth on Virginia’s single-season 3-pointers list with 77

• Lettered

2011-12 SEASON

• Averaged 11.3 points, 3.9 rebounds and 30.3 minutes played a game

• Shot 44.2 percent (121-274) from the field, including 38.0 percent (49-129) from three-point range, and 77.2 percent (71-92) from the free-throw line

• Played in all 32 games and started 31

• Suffered a fractured bone in his left hand at UNC on Feb. 11, but continued to play the rest of the season with protection on the hand

• Scored in double figures in 21 games and led the team in scoring six times

• Led the team in assists six times and in rebounding in three games

• Second-Team All-State selection by the Richmond Times-Dispatch

• Scored 18 points vs. NC State (3/9/12) in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament

• Had 12 points, five rebounds, three assists and a career-high three blocks vs. #7 North Carolina (2/25/12) at John Paul Jones Arena

• Scored 11 points (3-4 3FG) vs. Wake Forest (2/8/12)

• Had 16 points and five rebounds at #21 Florida State (2/4/12)

• Scored a season high and matched his ACC career high with 19 points (5-6 3FG) vs. Clemson (1/31/12)

• Had 12 points and five rebounds at NC State (1/28/12)

• Scored 10 points and had seven rebounds vs. Virginia Tech (1/22/12)

• Had 16 points, five rebounds and three assists at Georgia Tech (1/19/12)

• Scored 14 points and had five rebounds at #8 Duke (1/12/12)

• Had 14 points and five rebounds at LSU (1/2/12)

• Scored 17 points and had seven rebounds vs. Towson (12/30/11)

• Had 14 points at Seattle (12/21/11)

• Scored 15 points and had five rebounds at Oregon (12/18/11)

• Had 11 points and four rebounds vs. George Mason (12/6/11)

• Scored 18 points, had seven rebounds and tied a career high with four steals vs. #14 Michigan (11/29/11)

• Had 18 points vs. Drake (11/21/11)

• Scored 12 points vs. Drexel (11/19/11)

• Had 13 points, six rebounds and three assists vs. TCU (11/18/11)

• Scored 13 points, had six rebounds and four assists vs. South Carolina State (11/13/11)

• Lettered

2010-11 SEASON

• Averaged 10.4 points, 4.4 rebounds and 29.4 minutes played a game

• Averaged 11.2 points, 5.1 rebounds and 32.0 minutes played a game in 16 ACC regular-season games

• Made 41.8 percent (107-256) of his shots from the field, including 41.7 percent (65-156) from three-point range, and made 75.9 percent (44-58) of his free throw attempts

• His 65 three-point field goals were the most on the team and ranks second among freshmen in UVa men’s basketball history for three-point field goals made in a season

• His three-point field goal percentage of 41.7 percent (65-156) was the best by an ACC freshman since 2000

• Played in all 31 games and started 25

• After the season-opening game with William & Mary he played at least 20 minutes in 29 of the remaining 30 games and played at least 33 minutes in each of the last nine games

• Led the team in scoring in six games, in rebounding in six games and in assists in two games

• Scored in double figures in 16 games (second on the team), including 11 of 16 ACC regular-season games, and rebounded in double figures in one game

• In all games played in 2010-11, ranked fifth in the Atlantic Coast Conference in three-point field goal percentage (65-156. 417) and seventh in three-point field goals made (65, 2.1 pg.)

• In ACC games during the 2010-11 regular season, ranked third in the conference in three-point field goal percentage (39-93. 419) and fourth in three-point field goals made (39, 2.4 pg.)

• Scored a career-high 24 points (8-12 FG, 4-6 3FG, 4-4 FT) and had five rebounds in 35 minutes at No. 15 Minnesota (11/29/10)

• Had an ACC career-high 19 points (4-9 FG, 4-7 3FG, 7-7 FT) with five rebounds, three assists and two steals vs. NC State (3/1/11)

• Grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds vs. Boston College (2/26/11)

• Had a career-high four steals with seven rebounds, five points and three assists vs. Miami (3/10/11) in the ACC Tournament

• Scored 11 points and had seven rebounds at Georgia Tech (2/23/11)

• Had 15 points, seven rebounds and three steals in 36 minutes vs. Virginia Tech (2/19/11) at John Paul Jones Arena

• Scored 17 points and had seven rebounds at Florida State (2/12/11)

• Had 18 points, three steals and three rebounds in a career-high 41 minutes of playing time at Miami (2/5/11)

• Scored 14 points in 37 minutes at Wake Forest (1/29/11)

• Had 11 points and eight rebounds vs. Georgia Tech (1/22/11) at JPJA

• Scored 11 points and had four rebounds at Boston College (1/19/11)

• Had 15 points and four rebounds at No. 1 Duke (1/15/11)

• Scored 16 points with a career-high five three-point field goals (5-6 3FG) vs. Howard (1/4/11)

• Blocked a season-high two shots, had nine points and five rebounds vs. LSU (1/2/11)

• Scored 14 points vs. Radford (12/7/10)

• Had 10 points at Virginia Tech (12/5/10)

• Scored 19 points (8-13 FG) and had seven rebounds vs. No. 13 Washington (11/22/10) at the EA SPORTS Maui Invitational

• Had 12 points (4-7 3FG) at Stanford (11/18/10) in his first career start

• Grabbed four rebounds, had three assists and two points in his collegiate debut in the season-opener against William & Mary (11/12/10)

• Lettered

HIGH SCHOOL

• Earned four letters in basketball at Chelan High School playing for his father, Joe Harris

• Scored a Class IA state record 2,399 points during his high school career and also had career totals of 699 rebounds, 452 assists and 282 steals

• Compiled 22 career double-doubles and four career triple-doubles

• Averaged 26.6 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 4.4 steals and 1.6 blocks a game as a senior in 2009-10 while shooting 59.2 percent from the field and 76.5 percent from the free throw line

• Chelan High School compiled a 26-2 record in 2009-10 and finished fifth in the Class 1A State Tournament

• Averaged 25.7 points, 8.5 rebounds and 4.3 assists a game as a junior and 22 points a game as a sophomore

• Named Mr. Basketball in the state of Washington in 2010 by the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Association and selected the 2010 Gatorade Washington Boys Basketball Player of the Year

• Associated Press Class IA Player of the Year in 2010 and 2009

• Also earned All-State honors in 2008

• Three-time Caribou Trail League Most Valuable Player

• McDonald’s All-American Nominee in 2010

• Named to the State Class 1A All-Tournament Team in 2010 and 2009

• Earned second-team All-State honors in 2010 on the Tacoma News Tribune’s all-classification team

• Also played football for three years and baseball for two years at Chelan High School

• Joe Malcolm Harris

• Parents are Alice and Joe Harris

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