Player Details

Name

Ashlyn Harris

Height

5' 9"

Date of Birth

10.19.1985 (36)

Birthplace

Cocoa Beach, FL United States

Position

Goalkeeper
2020 MLS Regular Season
2020 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary

CLUB

2020: Made three appearances at the NWSL Fall Series … Tallied 14 saves … Registered one clean sheet … Earned Save of the Week honors twice.

2019: Appeared and started in 13 matches … Recorded one clean sheet … Tallied 58 saves … Registered her 100th NWSL cap on August 10 against Houston … Earned NWSL Save of the Week honors four times … Missed 10 matches for international duty.

2018: Appeared in 21 matches for the Pride … Totaled 70 saves, third most in the league … Registered four clean sheets … Selected as NWSL Save of the Week winner six times … Missed three matches due to international duty.

2017: Started in 13 matches for Orlando … Missed 11 matches due to a quad injury sustained on May 21 against Seattle … Selected as NWSL Save of the Week winner six times … Recorded a career and club high 10 saves on April 29 against North Carolina … Accounted for two shutouts … Selected as team captain.

2016: Appeared in 15 matches, playing all 90 minutes … Missed five matches due to international duty … Was named NWSL Goalkeeper of the Year, her first time winning the honor … Named to the NWSL Best XI … Earned a total of nine NWSL Save of the Week honors … Finished the year with four shutouts, tied for fifth most in the league … Totaled 62 saves and a 1.33 goals-against-average ... Totaled a season-high eight saves on Sept. 3 in Houston.

2015: Made nine starts for the Spirit in a season cut short by the Women’s World Cup … Totaled 60 saves and a 1.33 goals against average … Finished with a 3-2-4 record … Acquired by Orlando with the No. 2 pick in the 2015 NWSL Expansion Draft.

2014: Started 19 games for a 10-5-4 record… One of only three goalkeepers in the NWSL to reach 10 or more wins.

2013: Started 18 games for the Washington Spirit … Signed on loan with Damallsvenskan club Tyresö … Started seven league matches for Tyresö and four UEFA Champions League matches.

2012: Allocated to the Washington Spirit for the inaugural NWSL season … Signed with FCR 2001 Duisburg in the Women’s Bundesliga … Played eight matches with Duisburg, seven Bundesliga games, and one German Cup game.

2011: Signed with Western New York Flash … Earned WPS Goalkeeper of the Year honors … Helped the club to the Regular-Season title and Championship in the club’s first year … Played every minute of all 18 regular season games … Tied for the league lead in shutouts with five.

2010: Taken in the second round of the WPS Draft, ninth overall, by St. Louis Athletica … Signed with the Washington Freedom as a free agent where she went 4-3-2 with four shutouts making 36 saves and allowing 10 goals.

INTERNATIONAL

2020: Appeared in one match for the U.S. WNT … Kept the clean sheet in an 8-0 victory over Panama in CONCACAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying.

2019: 2019 Women’s World Cup Champion … Was named to her second World Cup roster on May 2 … Played five matches for the U.S. WNT … Started three ... Recorded two clean sheets.

2018: Appeared in four matches for the U.S. Women’s National Team … Recorded eight saves … Totaled three shutouts.

2017: Appeared in three matches for the national team, recording 209 minutes.

2016: Earned CONCACAF Female Goalkeeper of the Year for the first time and to the CONCACAF Best XI … Was named an alternate for the U.S. WNT Rio Olympic roster … Appeared in three matches with the national team, posting one shutout.

2015: 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Champion … Played and started in the first two matches of the year for the U.S. WNT … Captured the USA’s 10th Algarve Cup.

2014: Played in one match and earned her first shutout in a 6-0 win over Haiti in the CONCACAF Championship.

2013: Made her senior team debut against Sweden on Mar. 11 at the Algarve Cup in Portugal, helping the USA to a 1-1 draw.

2012: Trained with U.S. WNT at multiple camps.

2011: Trained extensively with the U.S. team in the run-up to the Women’s World Cup.

2010: Got her second call-up to an extended training camp in Kennesaw, Ga., after the WPS season … Had extensive experience with the U.S. Youth National Teams.

COLLEGE

Graduated from the University of North Carolina.

2009: Appeared in 25 matches, all of them starts … Capped her collegiate career with a second-consecutive NCAA Championship …Led the ACC with a 0.42 goals against average … Earned All-ACC First Team and All-ACC Tournament honors … Named to the All-College Cup Team … Tabbed as a NSCAA Scholar All-American.

2008: Appeared in 27 games with a goals against average of just 0.66 … Defeated Notre Dame 2-1 to win the NCAA Championship… Named to the All-Tournament Team at the Duke adidas Classic … Earned ACC Academic Honor Roll honors for the third year in a row.

2007: Appeared in 19 games, for a team-high 1,220 minutes … Allowed just nine goals and totaled 29 saves … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2006: Had a second ACL tear, but returned to the team to play in all six NCAA matches … Led the Tar Heels to the NCAA Title … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2005: Red-shirted her freshman year after tearing her right ACL.