2015 | Sophomore
Appeared in 47 games with 44 starts .. All starts came on the left side of the infield (41 at third base, three at shortstop) … Season-long seven-game hitting streak April 19-May 1 … Recorded an RBI in six-straight games between April 24-May 1 … Batted team-high .500 with two home runs and three RBIs at Auburn (April 24-26) … Batted .800 with five RBIs in doubleheader against Southeast Missouri (April 29) … Recorded season-high three hits twice (March 12 at Missouri State, April 29 vs. Southeast Missouri) … Season-high three RBIs vs. Southeast Missouri (April 29) … Recorded two hits and two runs scored in first start of season (Feb. 13 vs. Florida A&M) … Six multi-hit games and two multi-RBI games
2014 | Freshman
Appeared in 27 games as freshman with 18 starts…hit .298 with two home runs, 17 hits and 13 RBI in 57 at-bats…hit first career home run, a three-run shot, against Mississippi Valley State (March 8)…knocked in a season-high four RBI at Ole Miss (March 22)…game started a stretch with at least one hit in nine of next 10 games…tallied five multi-hit games…three during SEC play…three multi-RBI games…2014 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Arkansas
Harrison was a first-team performer in District 17-4A. She was named the district’s Offensive MVP in 2011, one season after earning District 17-4A Newcomer of the Year honors as a freshman. Harrison helped the Bulldogs to a state runner-up finish in 2010 and a pair of bi-district titles during her sophomore and junior seasons. She also excelled in the classroom as a three-time academic all-district selection. Harrison played travel ball with Texas Peppers-Bass in Tomball, Texas.
Born Sept. 16, 1994, Jessica Taylor Harrison is the daughter of the late Stephen and Carrie Harrison. While at Arkansas, Harrison plans to major in biology.