2003-2004 Women's Basketball
Assistant Coach Kyla Harris
The 2003 Women’s Basketball
team will have a familiar face on the bench this season as former Warrior
standout Kyla Harris enters her first season as an assistant coach. A 2003
graduate of Lewis-Clark State, Harris served as a team captain for the Warriors
as a senior. In 2002-03, Harris was named First Team All-Frontier Conference,
leading the Warriors with 6.3 rebounds a game and averaging 11.9 points a
Last season Harris ranked in the Top-10 in five of the Frontier Conference’s statistical categories. On the offensive end she ranked ninth in conference scoring with 342 points, fifth in three pointers with 48, and seventh in three-point field goal percentage at .372. Defensively, Harris ranked fifth in defensive rebounds with 139 and six in total rebounds with 179.
Harris currently ranks 17th all-time in rebounding for the Warriors with 354 boards. In 64 games with the Warriors, Harris averaged 10.4 points a contest, shooting over 40 percent from the floor. In her two seasons in Lewiston the 5-11 forward amassed 115 assists, 80 steals, and 19 blocks.
Before joining the Warriors, Harris played her junior college ball at Western Nebraska Community College in Scottsbluff, Neb. In two seasons with WNCC, Harris averaged 10.0 points and 6.8 rebounds a game. In 2001 she helped lead the Cougars to an appearance in the NJCC National Tournament, earning All-Region IX and Tournament MVP accolades.
A business and kinesiology major at LCSC, Harris excelled off the court as well as on, earning Frontier Conference All-Academic honors as a junior and senior. A native of Longmont, Col., Harris is the daughter of Kirk Harris and Terri Herman.
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