Harris nearly recorded a triple-double as the top-ranked Eagles held off NIACC, 93-81, to clinch the outright conference title and run their perfect record to 29-0.
On top of that, the 5-foot-9 guard picked up a Division I college scholarship offer after the game from Missouri-Kansas City head coach Marsha Freese, a Cedar Rapids native who was at Johnson Hall.
Harris was happy to receive her first offer from a D-I school, especially one that's close to her home in Omaha, but she was not ready to commit on the spot.
Her commitment right now is to getting healthy and trying to help Kirkwood win the NJCAA Division II national title.
Harris finished with 21 points, 11 rebounds and seven steals in 32 minutes of action. She used an inhaler several times to help her breathing while battling bronchitis, but managed to keep going.
"My adrenaline was running," she said. "I was tired, but I had to keep going."Last Updated on Thursday, 02 March 2017 05:59