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Elisha Harris
Volunteer Assistant
Former Seawolf Elisha Harris completed her second season on head coach Tim Moser’s staff in 2011-12, helping UAA return to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight for the first time since her playing days.

After playing on the Seawolves’ Final Four teams in 2007-08 and 2008-09, Harris completed her athletic eligibility in 2010 by becoming the first UAA javelin thrower to qualify for the NCAA Track & Field Championships.

With the West Jordan, Utah, native on the basketball coaching staff, the Seawolves have gone a combined 57-12 over the past two seasons, including two Great Northwest Athletic Conference Tournament titles, the 2011-12 GNAC regular-season title and a trip to the 2012 national quarterfinals.

Harris earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology from UAA in 2010.

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Position: Volunteer Assistant
Hometown: West Jordan, Utah
Alma Mater: UAA
Graduating Year: 2010
Major: Sociology
Experience: 2 Years
Beginning with the 2016-17 season, each WCHA regular season league game will be worth three points.
WCHA release  MORE
Sophomore libero Kyla Militante-Amper and the Seawolves open the season with a nationally televised contest against BYU-Hawaii on Thursday at 9:30 p.m. ADT. Fans in Anchorage can watch on GCI channel 124.
VB on BYUtv Thursday  MORE
Sophomore Chrisalyn Johnson had 9 kills on match-best .364 hitting in Saturday's exhbition victory.
VB sweeps Alumni  MORE
The Seawolves make their premiere Saturday with a free exhibition match against the UAA Alumni at 7 p.m. at the Alaska Airlines Center.
GNAC VB Coaches Poll  MORE
Sophomores Taylor Noga (left) and Leah Swiss are to key returnees from last year's GNAC title squad.
#14 VB hosts Alumni  MORE
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