#17 Will Harrington
Position: Midfield
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 210
Year: Senior
City/State: Baltimore, MD
High School: Friends School
2009 Season: First team All-Colonial Athletic Association who led the team with 23 goals … ranked third on the team with 26 points … led CAA with eight extra-man goals … scored career-high four goals against Sacred Heart … tallied four goals with an assist in win over Delaware to earn CAA Player of the Week honors … led the Tigers to win over Drexel in CAA semi-finals with four-goal effort … scored two goals in wins over Air Force and Bucknell … contributed two goals in loss against Hofstra.

Background: Transfer from Hobart ... played in 10 games for the Statesmen and scored one goal after transferring from Maryland where he played in three games during 2006 season ... earned first team All-Metro and All-Baltimore City honors from The Baltimore Sun at Friends School ... scored 31 goals with nine assists as a senior ... earned All-MIAA honors as a senior ... received second team All-Baltimore City honors from The Baltimore Sun as a sophomore ... member of the Free State all-star team ... three-sport athlete who also played football and basketball ... two-time All-MIAA selection in football ... honored as the team’s Rookie of the Year in 2002 before earning Offensive MVP honors in 2003 and 2004 ... also named 2004 Defensive MVP for the Quakers.

Personal: Lists his parents as the people he admires the most ... has worked as a financial advisor at Northwestern Mutual during the summer ... favorite athlete is Brett Favre of the Minnesota Vikings ... favorite book is "Losing My Virginity," an autobiography by Richard Branson ... favorite movie is "The Program" ... lists Robin Williams as his favorite actor ... enjoys eating chicken parmesan ... has one older brother ... father played baseball and football at Williams College and also attended Harvard ... mother graduated from University of New Hampshire and works as a consultant ... son of Scott and Barb Harrington ... born on October 3, 1986 in Nehdam, Mass. … majoring in Economics.
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