Position
Outfield
Height
5'2
Class
Senior
Hometown
Hendersonville, Tenn.
B/T
R
High School
Beech HS

2005 USA Softball Player of the Year Watch List
2005 NFCA Second-Team All-South Region
2005 First-Team All-Louisiana
2005 Second-Team All-SEC
2005 Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament Team
2004 WCWS All-Tournament Team
2004 NCAA Region 3 All-Tournament Team
2004 Second-Team All-Louisiana
2004 Louisiana Hitter of the Week (April 27)
2003 Second-Team All-SEC
2003 First-Team All-Louisiana
2003 Louisiana Hitter of the Week (April 29)

SENIOR SEASON (2006)
Played in all 69 games, starting 68 … Broke the LSU single-season record and ranked 13th in the NCAA and tied for second in the SEC in hit by pitches with 16 … Ranked second on the team and seventh in the SEC with 52 runs scored … Ranked third on the team and ninth in LSU single-season history with 29 walks … Ranked third on the team with 17 stolen bases and seven home runs … Recorded eight multiple-hit games and seven multiple-RBI games … Recorded a career-high nine-game hitting streak, second best on the team this season … Knocked in game-winning runs against No. 19 Auburn, Troy, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Mississippi State … Holds the LSU career hit by pitches and on base percentage records … Concluded her career ranked in the top 10 in LSU history in home runs (t-second), walks (second), stolen bases (fourth), runs scored (fifth), triples (seventh), RBIs (ninth) and hits (10th).

JUNIOR SEASON (2005)
Played and started in all 54 games …  Member of the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year Watch List … Named a second-team NFCA All-South Region selection … Member of the All-Louisiana first team and All-SEC second team …   Named to the Purple & Gold Challenge All-Tournament team … Led the SEC, broke the LSU single-season record and ranked ninth in the NCAA in hit by pitches with 14 … Led the SEC and the team in on base percentage at .497, the second highest single-season total in LSU history … Led the team and ranked 10th in the SEC in runs scored with 42 … Led the team and tied for fifth in the SEC in walks with 31, the fourth highest single-season total in LSU history …   Tied for the team lead and tied for fourth in the SEC in stolen bases with 21 … Tied for second on the team in home runs and tied for fourth on the team in hits … Recorded 13 multiple-hit games, including two, three-hit games … Posted three multiple-RBI games … Recorded a six-game hitting streak during the season … Tied the LSU single-game record for walks with three vs. Georgia … Three times tied the LSU single-game record for hit by pitches with two (vs. Florida, Nicholls State and Kentucky) …  Knocked in game-winning runs against Ohio and South Carolina … Ranks third in career hit by pitches, fourth in stolen bases, fifth in walks and home runs, sixth in triples, seven in runs scored and is tied for eighth in RBIs in LSU history.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2004)
Played and started all 69 games … Named to the Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team after hitting .313 with a double, two RBIs and three stolen bases … Was a member of the NCAA Region 3 All-Tournament team after going .364 with a double, a home run, an RBI and four runs scored … Was a second-team All-Louisiana selection … Earned Louisiana Hitter of the Week honors on April 27 after hitting .500 with two home runs, six RBIs and two runs scored in two games against No. 19 Auburn … Ranked fourth in the SEC in triples and sixth in the league in stolen bases … Ranked in the top five on the team in batting average, slugging percentage, on base percentage, runs scored, RBIs, triples, home runs, walks and stolen bases … Recorded nine multiple-hit and multiple-RBI games, including four games with three or more RBIs, on the season … Ranks fifth in career triples in LSU history … Ranks in the top 10 in career stolen bases in LSU history.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2003)
Played in 48 games, starting 35 … Missed the final 15 games of the season with a broken arm suffered in the first game of the series against Auburn … finished the season with a three-game hitting streak … Was named to the All-SEC second team … Was a first-team All-Louisiana selection … Named Louisiana Hitter of the Week on April 29 … Led the team and ranked seventh in the SEC in slugging percentage … Also led the team in batting average and on-base percentage … Ranked second on the team in triples, third in stolen bases and fourth in home runs …Recorded nine multiple-hit and seven multiple-RBI games … Tied the LSU single-game records for hits (4) and RBIs (6) against Southern Miss … Went 4-for-5 with a home run, four RBIs and three runs scored in a doubleheader sweep of Jackson State.

HIGH SCHOOL
Helped Beech HS to the 2001 Class 3A state championship … 2001 all-state selection … Four-time member of the all-district team … Selected to the All-Sumner County team for four years … Led Beech to Region and District titles in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002 … Her summer league teams won four Tennessee state titles and two national titles … Won the 1996 Wheaties “Sweetest Swing” in America contest … Three-time member of Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

PERSONAL
Full name is Camille Patrice Harris … Parents are Angela and Gary Harris … Has a sister, Britney … Majoring in communications studies … Her father played in the Canadian Football League … Born on July 31, 1984, in Bakersfield, Calif.

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