He finished his freshman year with a .317 batting average, with two home runs, four doubles and 22 RBI. He struck out 12 times and walked 10.
He was fifth on the team in plate appearances (95), and played at least four positions - outfield, third base, first base, pitcher and catcher.
He assisted on three double plays and committed only five errors. As a pitcher, he threw only 13 2/3 innings, but had a 2-1 record and a 2.05 earned run average with 10 strikeouts and eight walks.
Harrison also knows about the history of the program under Pritchard.
His goal, like many other players', is to play professionally, but that's a long way down the road.
"It's a dream to go somewhere and get drafted," Harrison said. "But, you can't go unless you work hard at it."
Harrison joins a long list of memorable names who earned Freshman of the Year honors, including Herbert Hoover's Grant Buckner, who won Kanawha County Freshman of the Year in 2004 and is currently playing for Chicago White Sox affiliate Winston-Salem in the Class A Advanced Carolina League, and Hurricane's Alex Wilson, who is a middle reliever for the Boston Red Sox.
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