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Local resident named to Hall of Fame

Solomon Harris, a Northeast resident, was recently inducted into the Neumann University Athletic Hall of Fame during an on-campus ceremony.

Harris played men’s basketball at Neumann from 2001-2004. He scored 1,423 points (an average of 13.2 per game) and grabbed 848 rebounds (7.9 per game). In team history, he ranks sixth in points, second in rebounds and third in games played (108).

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He graduated in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and launched his career in banking as a regional branch manager at Wells Fargo. He currently serves as a vice president at Fulton Bank.

Harris has a certification from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management for Diverse Leadership and is a Certified Diverse Business Advocate.

He completed the Main Line Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program, is a member of the Northeast Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and volunteers at the Sonny Hill Basketball Community Involvement League, teaching in its financial literacy program.

The Neumann University Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1996 to honor and commemorate the outstanding athletes, individuals or teams who have distinguished themselves in intercollegiate athletics. The award is intended to foster pride in Neumann University, inspire the students and community, and preserve good sportsmanship.

To learn more about Neumann athletics, visit www.neumannathletics.com ••

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