#6 Lauren Harkes


In 2018 (Redshirt Junior) 

  • Logged 727 minutes in her 18 appearances, starting in five of her matches
  • Picked up her first collegiate assist in the 2018 season opener at Oregon State (8/17)
  • Served as one of the teams three captains

In 2017 (Redshirt Sophomore)

  • Served as one of the team’s captains
  • Played in 15 games
  • Logged 309 minutes

In 2016 (Sophomore) 

  • Red-shirted the season
  • Member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll
  • Named to Clemson’s President’s List for the Fall 2016 semester and the Spring 2017 Dean’s List

In 2015 (Freshman)

  • Played in 10 games and started three
  • Recorded first career goal in season opener against College of Charleston
  • Logged 305 minutes

Before Clemson

  • Played for McLean 96 in Elite Clubs National League from 2011-2015
  • Played in ECNL National Finals in 2014
  • Club team was the ECNL Mid-Atlantic Conference Champions in 2013-2014
  • Club team was the Virginia State Cup Champions in 2014
  • Named to the 2014 High School All-American Team – East
  • WCAC finalist her sophomore, junior and senior years
  • Two-time All-Met First Team
  • Two-time All-WCAC First Team
  • Bishop O’Connell team captain as a junior and senior
  • Bishop O’Connell Most Outstanding Player as a junior
  • Played Varsity soccer for Bishop O’Connell for four years and varsity lacrosse for one season
  • Attended US Soccer National Training Center camp in 2010-2011
  • A member of the Principal’s Academic Honors List from 2011-2014
  • Mother, Cindi, played soccer at Virginia
  • Father, John, played soccer at Virginia from 1985-87 and for the United States National Team from 1987-2000
  • Brother, Ian, is a junior on the Wake Forest men’s soccer team

Radwanski on Harkes:“Lauren has a tremendous soccer brain. As a central midfielder she values the ball, has excellent vision to pick a pass, and a good understanding of how to control tempo, which is critical at our level. She has a knack for finding the right supporting positions, which make her a valuable link player. She has grown up in a family that is passionate about the game. It has been exciting to watch her game continue to develop, and I see a bright future ahead for Lauren.”