High School Sports: Rowing, volleyball, swimming
High School Awards: Won NW Regionals with varsity eight and finished fourth at junior nationals
Major at Washington: Biology and zoology
Husky Rowing Experience: 2000 (Freshman) -- Rowed bow seat in the novice eight that was undefeated, winning gold medals at Pac-10 Championships, Windermere Cup and San Diego Crew Classic ... also won California dual. 2001 (Sophomore) -- Rowed three seat in the varsity four that won a gold medal at Pac-10 Championships ... three seat in varsity four for victory in Windermere Cup and Washington State dual ... earned honorable mention all-Pac-10 Academic honors. 2002 (Junior) -- Rowed two seat in the junior varsity eight that won a gold medal at the NCAA Championships ... won a gold medal at Pac-10 Championships ... was undefeated during the regular season, collecting victories at Windermere Cup, the Cal, Washington State and Oregon State duals and at the San Diego Crew Classic ... Won honors scholarship award for best grade point average on the Washington team ... Received Honorable mention for Pac-10 All Academic Team.
Personal: Daughter of Mary and David Harm ... father is an engineer and attended UW ... one younger brother, Daniel (18), a freshman at Washington and rower on UW freshman team ... has been named to Dean's List in six of seven quarters at UW.
I chose Washington because: I love the location, you've got mountains, lakes, an ocean and the city at your fingertips
The best thing about Seattle is: Summertime.
The best thing about UW is: The campus is beautiful and it has very good science programs, as well as a great rowing program
Favorite class It depends on the teacher
My best race was: NCAA Championship for the junior varsity eight; we took the sprint early and I knew that, because we were all racing for each other, we would win.
After I graduate, I plan to: Earn a PhD in zoology and research animal behavior
If I could tell my incoming teammates one thing, it would be: All the daily hard work is worth it when you cross the finish line first.
Harm says: "It's all about improving yourself to improve the team."