AS A FRESHMAN IN 2018
Big West All-Freshman Team ... Big West Freshman of the Week (3/12) ... Four Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. National Freshman of the Week honorable mentions (1/22, 2/5, 3/12 and 3/19) ... One of just three Tritons to appear in all 28 matches, seeing action in 88 sets while earning 22 starts as an outside hitter ... Second behind Tanner Syftestad in kills, eclipsing 200 mark with 202, as well as kills per set (2.30), total attacks (520), points (226.0) and points per set (2.57) ... Nine matches in double-figure kills ... Best outing was vs. No. 5 UC Irvine (3/16), stepping up in injury absence of Syftestad with season- and match-best 19 kills while just missing first collegiate double-double with season-high nine digs in thrilling five-set defeat ... Made college debut as a starter at outside hitter in opener vs. McKendree (1/5), producing 10 kills, with last two breaking a 13-13 tie in fifth set ... Twice served three aces, vs. Princeton (1/31) and at Stanford (3/9).
Competed for Bay to Bay Volleyball Club with current teammate Sean Staskus ... Also played for Main Beach Volleyball Club.
A 2017 graduate of Pacific Collegiate School in Santa Cruz ... Two-time team captain as a junior and senior, his only two years there after moving from native Hawaii ... Led Pumas to CIF Central Coast Section (CCS) Division II title as a senior, when he produced 660 kills (6.3 per set) with a .475 hitting percentage, 69 service aces and 42 total blocks, 30 of them solo ... Pacific Collegiate went 35-6 overall and 17-2 in league play in senior season, winning Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League (SCCAL) and CCS crowns before falling in CIF NorCal Division II final ... Rallied from pair of one-set deficits to defeat Saratoga in CCS final on May 16 at Saint Francis High School in Mountain View ... SCCAL MVP as a senior, and All-SCCAL Second Team as a junior ... One-time MaxPreps/AVCA High School Player of the Week as a senior, and according to MaxPreps, national leader in kills ... Two-time Aptos Tournament All-Tournament Team ... Also competed in soccer, cross country and tennis ... Spent first two years at Kapa'a High School, where father was vice principal, on the island of Kauai'i ... Played on volleyball team both seasons, prior to moving to Santa Cruz.
Born June 27 in Kaua'i, Hawaii ... Given name is Robert Wyatt Harrison ... Lists hometown as Kilauea, a small town on northeastern shore of island of Kaua'i in Hawaii ... Parents are Todd and Anne Harrison ... Mother attended UC San Diego ... Father lettered in volleyball at the University of Hawai'i in 1987 and 1988, and later played volleyball semiprofessionally in Switzerland ... Has an older brother named Kai and a younger brother named Noa ... International studies-international business major at Sixth College ... Career goal after graduating from UC San Diego is to enjoy it ... Most memorable volleyball moment is winning CCS title ... Hobbies include beach volleyball, surfing and music ... Favorite athlete is former Long Beach State standout and current beach professional Taylor Crabb ... Top movie is Surf's Up ... Listens to J. Cole, John Mayer and Sublime ... Loves barbeque ... Plays guitar ... Attained AAA rating in beach volleyball at age of 17.