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Mary Reeves
Mary Reeves

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dayton, Wash.

High School:
Dayton

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 175

Major:
Chemical Engineering

High School Sports: Basketball and cross country
High School Awards: Second at 2000 basketball state championships ... three-time district cross country competitor ... The 1999 academic state champion for basketball ... Washington Scholar Award ... Valedictorian ... National Merit Commended Student
Major at Washington: Chemical Engineering

Husky Rowing Experience: 2001 (Freshman) -- Helped the novice eight to a victory at San Diego Crew Classic and Windermere Cup ... sat four seat in the eight that defeated California in the annual dual.

2002 (Sophomore) -- Rowed the No. 3 seat in the women's varsity four that placed tenth at the NCAA Championship and helped the Huskies to a second- place team finish ... in varsity four that placed third at Pac-10's and helped Washington win the team title ... won at Windermere Cup as a member of the varsity four ... rowed two seat in the junior varsity eight's victory at the San Diego Crew Classic ... Received Honorable mention for the Pac-10 All-Academic Team ... rowed for U.S. national development camp over summer, competing at British Columbia Championship in Victoria.

2003 (Junior) - Member of the varsity eight that placed fourth at the NCAA Championships and helped UW to a third place team finish ... Captured a silver at the Pac-10 Championships and helped UW to the conference team title ... part of varsity eight crew that placed second to Belarus at the Windermere Cup ... helped lead the Huskies' varsity eight to victories in the California, Washington State and Oregon State duals ... raced in a pair at the U.S. Nationals in the summer ... placed first in the intermediate race, second in the senior pairs and fourth in the elite pairs.

Personal: Daughter of Kennie and Chuck Reeves ... father attended Columbia and Washington State Veterinary school ... mother attended Washington State ... both parents are veterinarians and run their own veterinary clinic ... has one older sister, Dora (25) who is a veterinary technician.

I chose Washington because: I wanted to be a part of a championship team.
The best thing about Seattle is: It is close to the mountains for snowboarding and rock climbing and it is close to the water for all water sports.
Favorite Class: Biology and French
My best race was: Dual with California, 2003.
After I graduate, I plan to: Intern at a Chemical Engineering company in France.
If I could tell incoming teammates one thing, it would be: You get back what you put in.

Reeves says: "Washington Rowing is about making waves."

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