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Q&A with WildCat of the Week Korin Harris

Q&A with WildCat of the Week Korin Harris

The Randolph College athletic department each week showcases a question and answer feature with our WildCat of the Week. The 15th student-athlete selected this year is women's basketball player Korin Harris.

Harris and the WildCats only played one game last week, but it was a big one for her and the team.  She picked up her second-career double-double in the win over Mary Baldwin College.  She grabbed 12 rebounds and scored 12 points in the victory.  For the season she is averaging 10.8 points and 7.2 rebounds per game.

You picked up your first double-double of the season in the win over Mary Baldwin.  How does that performance coming off break set you and your teammates up for the remainder of the year?

As a team, we are healthier now than we have ever been. It is exciting to have everyone on the court together again. I feel that hard work and dedication at this point is the key to our success for the remainder of the season. We have been working hard since we arrived at school and now that we have the bulk of our conference games, we must and will work even harder to prove that we are a great team and belong amongst the best in our conference. 

What is your favorite thing about Randolph College?

My favorite thing about Randolph College is that it is a very small and intimate setting.  Everyone knows everyone and it is definitely a home away from home! 

How has being a student-athlete affected you?

Being a student athlete is challenging at times because of the strong academic demands that the classes here at Randolph College require, however it has helped me improve my time management and has also helped me to work efficiently and focus in order to obtain a degree while playing the sport that I love. 

What is your favorite thing about Randolph College women's basketball?

My favorite thing about Randolph Women's College Basketball is the comradery! My teammates and coaches make me a better person both on and off the court and I am thankful for each and every one of them.