High School Sports: Rowing, netball and tennis.
High School Awards: Rowed for four seasons, two years in a quad scull and two years in top eight ... earned Distinction in Australian Schools in Science Competition 1998, 2000 and 2001 ... completed the International Baccalaureate ... awarded `Colours' in 2001 and 2002 ... holds a 2K ergometer record.
Major at Washington: Anthropology.
Husky Rowing Experience: 2005 (Sophomore) - Rowed in the No. 6 seat for the junior varsity eight boat that won the petite final at the NCAA championships ... opened the season with the varsity eight crew that registered a 2-1 record with dual wins over Texas and Wisconsin at the Windermere Classic ... helped UW's top boat to dual race wins against Washington State and Oregon State ... the Huskies' varsity eight finished second to a powerful Czech Republic crew in the Windermere Cup ... rowed in the No. 6 seat for UW's varsity eight that finished fourth at the Pac-10 championships. 2004 (Freshman) - Rowed in the varsity eight boat all year during her first year in the program ... rowed in the No. 3 seat during the Pac-10 and NCAA regattas after competing in the No. 5 and No. 6 seats during the regular season ... UW's varsity eight won the Washington State dual, the Windermere Cup and the Oregon State dual ... collected a silver medal in the varsity eight event at the Pac-10 Championships ... the Huskies' varsity eight won the petite final at the NCAA Championships.
Personal: Daughter of Cheryl and James Hubbard ... father and mother are both playground designers ... has a younger sister Katie (17) ... was born in Auckland, New Zealand.
I chose Washington because: The rowing program is awesome!
The best thing about Seattle is: The coffee.
My best race was: Final of 2005 NCAAs.
After I graduate, I plan to: Row at the Olympics.
If I could tell my incoming teammates one thing, it would be: Work hard and have fun.
Hubbard says: "We're doing it for those before us, and those yet to come."