Even with just a quick glance at the Wenatchee Wild record book, it’s impossible to not see the name of Brendan Harris, as he holds records in several categories that may never be surpassed. He is currently preparing for his junior season at Bemidji State University.
The gifted forward from Henderson, NV had played close to home with the Las Vegas Storm 16U, then the California Titans 16U the following year. He began the 2013-14 season with the Bismarck Bobcats of the NAHL, but right after the Christmas break was traded to the Wenatchee Wild. He finished out that season and played another three seasons for the Wild before heading off to begin his college career in north central Minnesota. In his time with the Wild, he set franchise records for games played (191), career assists (157), single season assists (75), career points (215), single season points (98), and career shorthanded goals (7). He was named BCHL MVP and was the league leading scorer in his final season (2016-17). Serving as an alternate captain, he helped lead the Wild to the BCHL’s best regular season record.
With his junior season coming up, Harris has established himself as an every-night player with the ability to generate offense routinely. The Bemidji State Beavers compete in the WCHA.