If he has a big scoring night he's happy, but stats matter little to Harris.
"I try to do as much as I can to help our team win," he said. "Whether it's defending, scoring or just passing the ball, it doesn't matter to me. All that matters to me is that we win the game."
Beating No. 3 Metro State, a team that spent five weeks at No. 1 in the nation, won't be easy. The Roadrunners play an up-tempo style similar to what the Hilltoppers utilize.
Most nights, West Liberty can wear down an opponent with its 40 minutes of all-out effort, but Crutchfield doesn't expect to tire out Metro State, which averages nearly 80 points and allows 62.4 per game.
"They are very aggressive around the perimeter and are very talented," Crutchfield said. "We have been able to wear a lot of teams down, but I don't think were going to be able to do that to them."
Harris said he caught a little of Metro State's 78-65 quarterfinal win over Franklin Pierce on Thursday and is ready for the challenge.
"They like to pressure the way we do and are very good," Harris said. "We just have to play hard until the end like we have all year."
The West Liberty-Metro State winner plays in the Division II national championship game at 2:30 p.m. on April 7 in Atlanta against the winner of today's other semifinal between Drury and South Carolina-Aiken.