ACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

13 Harry Tafur
13 Harry Tafur
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Coral Gables, Fla.
High School: Ransom Everglades
Position: Utility

Career Highs
Goals: 2, 2x - last vs. Connecticut College (10/25/14)
Assists: 3 vs. Connecticut College (10/11/14)
Steals: 2 vs. Navy (11/21/6/14)

2014 (Freshman)
Finished his first season with the Crimson with 16 goals, 21 assists and 14 steals … Was named the CWPA Northern Rookie of the Week Honor Roll for the week of September 15 after scoring two goals, dishing out three assist and making a steal against Santa Clara and 8 UC – Irvine on Sept. 13 … Scored two goals against Santa Clara Sept. 13 at the Bruno Fall Classic, adding two assists and a steal … Dished out two assists and made one steal against Brown on Sept. 28 … Found the back of the net once and made two assists against Cal Lutheran, Oct. 4, at the Gary Troyer Memorial Invitational held in Pomona, Calif. … Matched his career high by scoring two goals in a victory over Connecticut College on Oct. 25 … Made a career-high two steals and also scored his 16th goal of the season against Navy at the CWPA Eastern Championships on Nov. 21.

Before Harvard
Lettered six years at Ransom Everglades, starting five as a right-handed attacker … Also lettered four years on the swim team … Captained the water polo team as a junior and senior … Selected to First Team-All County as a sophomore, junior and senior … High School MVP four years in a row … Chosen to USA Cadet National Team in 2012 … Selected to Florida All-Star Team in 2013 … Selected to ODP Regional All-Tournament Team in 2011 … Leading goal scorer for high school sophomore through senior year ... Trained with clubs in Hungary, Serbia, Spain, and Germany … Played with club team in Junior Olympics since 2009 … AP Scholar with Distinction … National Honor Society … Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society … Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica … Two-time USA Water Polo Outstanding Academic All-American  ... National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar.