Harrison was a four-time captain during the inaugural season, finished 3rd on the leaderboard as a medalist and was selected as the first Athletes Unlimited Basketball Defensive Player of the Year.
With the 2023 season set to be played in Dallas, she could not be a better fit to continue to compete in her home city during the WNBA offseason. Harrison is a five-year WNBA veteran and has spent her last three seasons with the Dallas Wings.
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The dynamic forward continuously posted significant numbers throughout season one, ranking third in the league with 33 steals and tied for third with 83 defensive rebounds.
Her final leaderboard total was 5,373 points with five appearances posting 400 or more points in a game. Starting in all 15 games, she finished as the fifth-leading scorer in the league with 19.3 average and ranked fourth in total points (275), field goals made (113) and total rebounds (110).
Harrison will compete alongside her Dallas Wings teammates Allisha Gray and Veronica Burton. Burton and Gray are both newcomers to AU for the 2023 season.
Season 2 is set to take off in Dallas, Texas on Feb. 23. Tickets are available now.
Savanna Collins is the Digital Media Reporter at Athletes Unlimited. You can follow her on Twitter @savannaecollins.
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