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Men's Golf

Harrison receives C-USA Spirit of Service Award

DALLAS — UTSA senior David Harrison has received the Conference USA Spring Sports Spirit of Service Award, the league office announced Tuesday.
The award honors student-athletes with significant community service endeavors, good academic standing and participation in their sport. The Spirit of Service award is presented three times throughout the season, with today's honorees representing baseball, men's and women's golf, women's beach volleyball, outdoor track & field and men's and women's tennis. 
Harrison has a long list of community service activities to go along with his success on the course and in the classroom. The Trophy Club, Texas, native has volunteered his time with the UTSA Day of Service, CANtoberfest, Kid's Involvement Network, Kinetic Kids, Dia en la Sombrilla, Pie in the Paseo, the Fiesta Battle of Flowers parade and with local elementary schools. He serves as President of UTSA's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and as the UTSA Spirit Advisory Board Liaison, and he has previously been a member of the Public Health Advocacy Council, SAAC Social Justice Committee and the men's golf team's SAAC representative. Harrison has been a mentor for a peer-led support group and a campus tour guide for local youth groups.
Harrison boasts a 3.62 cumulative GPA as a finance major and recently was named to the College Sports Communicators Academic All-District Team. The 2022 Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-American Scholar is a four-time member of the C-USA Honor Roll and also has made the UTSA President's List and Dean's List once apiece and the Honor Roll four times.
On the course, Harrison posted a 74.19 stroke average and four top-30 finishes in 2022-23. He fired a 4-under-par 212 (68-71-73) to tie for 19th at the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate last September and he logged his top finish of 13th after carding a 5-under 211 (72-71-68) at the Trinity Forest Invitational in October. He grabbed a share of 27th at the C-USA Championships with a 226 (76-77-73) and finished 30th (71-79—150) at The Clerico.