No. 18 Wake Forest topped No. 1 and previously undefeated Maryland 4-2 on Nov. 1, 2012.
Did not appear in a game and was redshirted.
Made his first start of the season at Boston College (9/7), recording his first-career shutout and making two saves against the Eagles ... Earned his second shutout of the season and made two saves vs. Virginia Tech (10/4) ... Made seven saves in a 1-1 tie vs. Clemson (10/11) ... Recorded his third shutout in a 4-0 win vs. Davidson (10/22) ... Only made one save vs. Navy (11/24) in the Second Round of the NCAA Championship, but it was a great diving save in the first half to keep the game scoreless ... Made three saves in a loss at Notre Dame (12/1) in the Third Round of the NCAA Championship.
Started five games and played 471:24 in goal ... Recorded 16 saves and posted a 2-2-1 record ... Had a 1.53 GAA ... Made his collegiate debut at Elon (10/23) and did not give up a goal in the run of play ... Made a season-best five saves vs. Virginia (11/6) in the ACC Tournament Quarterfinals ... Started each of the last five games for Wake Forest, including the NCAA Tournament Second Round matchup against Coastal Carolina (11/18).
Two-time NSCAA All-American ... ESPN Rise All American ... Baltimore Sun Player of the Year ... Rated 36th in 2012 Class (College Soccer News) ... Ranked no. 33 in the ESPNHS 150 ... Ranked seventh in the Mid-Atlantic region in the class of 2012 by TopDrawerSoccer.com ... Varsity Sports Network Player of the Year ... Club team is Baltimore Bays under coach Steve Nichols ... High school record for shutouts ... Two-year captain of varsity team ... Class vice president.
Born September 21, 1993 ... Son of Ned Harris and Edie Meacham, both former collegiate soccer players at Yale ... Majoring in English and communications.