Levrets on Harrison: Michelle is a versatile player. She can play inside and out. Her combination of size and perimeter skills should create matchup problems for our opponents.
A three-year reserve player at Stanford ... expected to contribute immediately for the Utes ... received an NCAA waiver to be eligible for the 2010-11 season.
2009-10 (Junior at Stanford)
Missed four games due to injuries and illness (Nov. 13-15, Dec. 13, Dec. 30) ... scored two points with three rebounds, three assists, and three blocks against Pepperdine in season debut (11/19) ... scored two points and grabbed three rebounds against Utah (11/27) ... hit her only field-goal attempt at Connecticut (12/23) ... grabbed four rebounds and passed out an assist against Washington State (1/14) ... hit a key three-pointer and blocked a shot at Oregon State (1/21) ... 2-for-2 for four points and blocked a shot against USC (2/7) ... three points, three rebounds and a steal against Oregon (2/18) ... 2-for-3 from the field, including hitting a three, for five points against Oregon State (2/20) ... scored two points to go with four rebounds in Pac-10 semis against California (3/13) ... four points and four rebounds vs. UC Riverside in NCAA Tournament (3/20).
2008-09 (Sophomore at Stanford)
Averaged 3.0 points and 1.7 rebounds over the 30 games in which she played ... returned to the court for the first time in over a year in season-opener against Minnesota (11/14), scoring two points ... hit on 3-of-5 attempts for six points at Baylor (11/16) ... grabbed three rebounds and hit a three-pointer in win over Iowa State (11/29) ... scored five points with three assists at Hawaii (11/30) ... went 3-of-5 from the floor for seven points, grabbed four rebounds and had two assists in win over Fresno State (12/13) ... matched a then career-high with 13 points against UC Davis (12/28) ... went 4-for-6 from the field and 3-for-5 from behind the arc while also grabbing six rebounds in the win over the Aggies ... scored five points with five rebounds and blocked a career-high three shots against Washington (1/8) ... had a career day against Washington State with 16 points on 6-for-11 shooting, with six rebounds and a pair of steals (1/10) ... scored four points with a pair of rebounds against USC (1/29) ... grabbed a rebound and scored four points at Washington State (2/6) ... scored two points, grabbed two boards and blocked two shots in win over Oregon State (2/19) ... hit a three at UCLA (2/27) ... scored three points and grabbed three rebounds against Arizona in the Pac-10 Tournament (3/13) ... had five points and three rebounds in win over UCLA at Pac-10 Tournament (3/14) ... scored four points vs. UC Santa Barbara in NCAA Tournament (3/21).
2007-08 (Redshirt at Stanford)
Suffered season-ending knee injury (torn ACL) in season opener at Yale (11/9) after landing awkwardly coming down from a lay-up attempt ... scored on her only attempt from the floor at Yale.
2006-07 (Freshman at Stanford)
Appeared in all 34 games, all off the bench ... shot 39.2-percent from the field ... averaged 3.5 points and 1.9 rebounds per game ... fifth on squad with 10 three-pointers ... scored in double-figures twice ... in collegiate debut against Loyola Marymount (11/9), scored eight points in 13 minutes ... poured in season-high 13 points in a win over Santa Clara (11/29) ... scored seven points and pulled down five boards in a win at UCLA (12/22) ... scored 10 points in 16 minutes against Arizona (12/28), knocking down two three-pointers ... scored five points and grabbed seven rebounds at Fresno State (1/2) ... chipped in with six points and four boards at Washington (1/11) ... against Oregon (1/18), totaled three points, five rebounds and three assists ... against Washington State (2/8), scored five points and dished out three assists in 18 minutes ... was a factor in Pac-10 Tournament semifinal win over USC (3/4), scoring eight points (4-4 from the free throw line) ... chipped in with eight points and five rebounds in 17 minutes during win over Idaho State in the NCAA Tournament.
Four-year letterwinner in basketball ... two-time team captain ... averaged 18 points, 11 rebounds and 5.5 blocks per game during her career ... first-team all-state selection all four years ... four-time Region MVP ... two-time state MVP (2004, 2006) ... 2006 McDonald's All-American ... 2006 Utah Gatorade Player of the Year ... two-time adidas All-American ... three-time Street & Smith's Honorable Mention ... second-team Nike All-American ... Parade Third-Team All-American ... USA U-20 invitee and participated at USA Youth Festival in 2005 ... named Utah's Best Female Athlete in 2006 ... lettered four years in track and field and was a three-time state champion in the high jump ... three-time letterwinner in golf.
Born in Sandy, Utah ... mother's name is Judi Harrison ... has two older sisters, Christa and Kara and one older brother, Tyler ... sister, Kara, played college basketball at Utah Valley ... hobbies include drawing, listening to music and spending time outdoors ... earned a degree in art at Stanford ... working towards a M.ED. in education, culture and society.