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81 - Adam Chrissis
Adam Chrissis
Height: 6-0
Weight: 200
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
High School: Upper St. Clair
Position: WR
Major: Applied Mathematics
House Affiliation: Quincy

at Harvard
2011: Major H recipient ... Caught 16 passes for 201 yards (12.6 ypc) and two touchdowns ... Named preseason All-Ivy League by Phil Steel's College Football Preview ... had a 56-yard touchdown reception against Brown ... Had five catches for 84 yards and a touchdown at Cornell.

2010: Started all 10 games and led the team with 40 receptions for 481 yards (12.0 ypr) ... Had four receptions for 47 yards in the season opener against Holy Cross ... Had five catches for 71 yards against Cornell ... Had four catches for 55 yards against Lehigh ... Had seven catches for 86 yards at Dartmouth including a 10-yard TD catch ... Had four catches for 73 yards against Columbia ... Had six receptions for 67 yards at Penn.

2009: Caught a team-high seven passes for 62 yards in a win over Brown on Sept. 25 ... Caught a three-yard touchdown pass and had three catches for 31 yards all told in a win at Lehigh ... Caught five passes for 42 yards in a win at Yale.

2008: Appeared in eight games as a true freshman ... Major H recipient ...Caught 18 passes for 228 yards and a touchdown ... Ran six times for 77 yards and a score ... Returned 11 kicks for 154 yards ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week after recording 115 yards and two touchdowns on four touches in his first extended collegiate action in a win over Cornell. His first career catch, on the Crimson's third play from scrimmage, went for 67 yards and a touchdown for a 70- lead. His first career rushing attempt went for 21 yards and his second, a reverse, was good for a 22-yard touchdown scamper to give Harvard a commanding 28-7 lead at halftime. In all, he averaged nearly 29 yards per touch ... Caught seven passes for 69 yards and pulled down a two-point conversion pass while returning three kickoffs a total of 46 yards in a win over Columbia.

Background
At Upper St. Clair: Earned seven letters in football and track & field ... Team captain of both teams as a senior ... Unanimous team MVP and special teams player of the year ... All-Great Southern Conference ... All-Area MVP by South Hills Almanac ... Pittsburgh Post Gazette "Fabulous 22 Team" ... Selected to play in East-West All-Star game ... Two-way starter on 16-0 state championship team as a junior ... Compiled 43-7 record during career ... School record holder in 100 meters at 10.9 seconds as well as long jump at 22 feet ... State long jump finalist ... National Engineering Design finalist ... National Honor Society.

Personal:
Co-founder of Athletes Taking Action, a student-athlete mentoring program ... Enjoys playing the drums and skiing.