2018 (Stats): Became the 10th player in program history to reach the 200-point mark for her career, doing so against No. 3 Boston College (4/7) ... Turned in second four-goal performance in March in a 17-10 win at No. 11 Syracuse (3/31) ... Tallied a career-best eight points against Kennesaw State (3/19) ... Notched two goals and three assists in an ACC win over Louisville (3/10) ... Started the season with two caused turnovers in three of the Blue Devils' first four contests.
2017 (Stats): Tewaaraton Award Watch List honoree after leading the Blue Devils in points (50) and assists (20) as a junior … Also ranked second on the team in goals (30) … The 1.18 assists per game placed her among the ACC leaders for the spring … Notched a team-high six hat tricks, including a season-best four-goal outing against Presbyterian (4/17) … Tacked on two assists as well against the Blue Hose to match her career high with seven points … Also had six multiple-assist games, matching her career high with four in a Patriot Cup victory over No. 12 Stanford (2/18) … Added 16 ground balls, three draw controls and 13 caused turnovers for the season … Recorded the 100th goal of her career in a win at No. 18 Elon (3/29), becoming the 17th player in Duke history to reach 100 tallies … Also became the 17th player in program history to join the century club in both points and goals … Tallied at least one point in nine straight games to start the season, including a pair of five-point efforts against Navy and Stanford … Team captain ... Tabbed to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll, All-ACC Academic Team and the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016 (Stats): Named to the IWLCA All-America third team as a sophomore … Also collected IWLCA All-South Region second team and All-ACC second team honors … Helped lead an offensive unit that outscored its opponents by a 44-goal margin … Paced the Blue Devils in points (68), goals (51), free position goals (10), game-winning goals (3) and hat tricks (10) … Reached the 100-point mark for her career at Notre Dame (4/16), becoming only the sixth player in program history to achieve the milestone in her second year … Ranked third in the ACC in goals per game (2.55) and fourth in points per game (3.40) … Also finished with 16 ground balls, 10 draw controls and 13 caused turnovers … Totaled five goals and two assists in a pair of NCAA Tournament contests … Named the IWLCA Division I National Player of the Week April 13 after turning in a five-point performance in a 12-8 victory over No. 11 Boston College … Notched three caused turnovers at Columbia (3/16) … Scored a career-high five goals at Virginia Tech (3/5) … Reached the seven-point mark twice in the first three contests of the season … Found the back of the net in all but one contest on the season … All-ACC Academic Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2015 (Stats): Started 18 of 21 contests during Duke’s run to the NCAA semifinals … One of two Blue Devil freshmen to appear in every game … Among the team leaders in goals (31), assists (15) and points (46) as a rookie … The 31 goals tied her for fourth on the Blue Devils’ all-time freshmen charts … Selected to Inside Lacrosse’s All-Rookie Team after making an impact among a veteran attack unit that averaged 12.38 goals per outing … Three game-winning goals tied for first on the squad … Ranked third in shot percentage with a 53.4 mark … Also tallied 22 ground balls, four draw controls and nine caused turnovers … Notched four hat tricks, including in an NCAA second round victory over Southern California (5/10) … Also dished two assists in that contest to finish with five points … Registered a season-high six points against Virginia Tech (3/6) with three goals and three assists … Tabbed the Inside Lacrosse Rookie of the Week Feb. 17 following a four-point performance in a win over Navy (2/15) … Finished the season with at least one point in all but two contests … All-ACC Academic Team … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: US Lacrosse All-American … 2014 Under Armour All-American … Helped the North squad to victory at the 2014 Under Armour All-American Girls Lacrosse Classic, tallying one goal and one assist in the contest … Among Long Island’s top-10 leaders in points twice during her prep career … Garnered All-Long Island recognition on three occasions … Four-year member of the all-county team … First team all tri-state midfielder … Guided club team to the U15 national championship … U15 national championship MVP … Four-year starter on Bay Shore’s field hockey team … Earned all-county honors all four years while also collecting first team All-Long Island and all-state accolades … Member of the National Honor Society … NYS Scholar Athlete … US Lacrosse Academic All-American.
Personal: Born Kyra Marylou Harney on May 21, 1996 in West Islip, N.Y. … Daughter of Rebecca and Shaun Harney … Has one sister (Taylor) and one brother (Kyle) … Father played baseball and golf at Springfield College (’83) … Sister played lacrosse at SUNY Cortland (2010-13) ... Majoring in sociology.