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Jarena

Harmon

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#23

Forward
Height: 5'5"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
High School: St. Andrew's Episcopal School/Pittsburgh

Bio

As a Sophomore (2016): Played in 19 games and started 16…scored eight goals, the second best mark on the team…added one assist…notched 17 points…recorded a team-high 40 shots including 25 on goal…named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week…made her Maryland debut and recorded a shot in 87 minutes against TCU (8/15)…notched three shots in 85 minutes against Gardner-Webb (8/21)…scored Maryland’s first hat trick since 2012 in 78 minutes at William & Mary (8/25)…scored once in 71 minutes at Penn (8/28)…notched five shots in 93 minutes against Pepperdine (9/2)…played 45 minutes at Appalachian State (9/4)…scored once and notched an assist at Navy (9/7)…scored a goal in 85 minutes against George Mason (9/11)…played 90 minutes at Rutgers (9/16)…scored two goals in a win over Illinois (9/22); the became the first Maryland player to score multiple goals in a Big Ten game…played 78 minutes with three shots against Northwestern (9/25)…played 106 minutes at Michigan State (9/29) and 90 minutes at Michigan (10/2)…notched a pair of shots in 73 minutes against Ohio State (10/6)…recorded 90 minutes against Penn State (10/9)…played 46 minutes and notched three shots at Purdue (10/13)…appeared against Indiana (10/16) and Iowa (10/21)…played the full 90 minutes at Minnesota (10/25).

As a Freshman (2015 at Pittsburgh): Played 18 games and scored seven goals, which topped the team…also recorded one assist along with 38 shots and 22 shots on goal…recorded three shots in 66 minutes in her debut against Saint Francis (8/21)…came off the bench to record the ninth hat trick in Pittsburgh history in just 52 minutes against Robert Morris (8/23)…started and scored in 76 minutes against Villanova (9/4)…notched four shots, including two on goal, against Liberty (9/10)…nabbed a goal in 67 minutes in a 2-0 win over NC State (9/20)…grabbed a goal in a 90 minute outing against Wake Forest (9/24)…notched a goal against Boston College (10/8).  

High School: Played three years a St. Andrew’s Episcopal School after arriving her sophomore year…tallied 98 goals and 11 assists for her career…was a three-time Washington Post All-Metro selection…earned ISL All-League honors four times…named a three-time Potomac Gazette All-Area team member…ranked among the Washington Post’s top-10 scoring leaders in three consecutive seasons and led her team in scoring three times…was the MVP of the Francisco Hope Tournament as a sophomore and made the all-tournament team three times…coached by Glen Whitman…was named her school’s Female Athlete of the Year…also competed in track and field where she is the St. Andrew’s high jump, triple jump and long jump scored holder and a two-time all-league honoree…earned all-league honors in basketball twice….played club for McLean Youth Soccer under head coach Nadir Moumen…won two Virginia State Championships…ranked among the top-20 scorers in the ECNL U17 age group.

Personal: Daughter of John and Keeva Harmon…has two siblings; Justin and Joshua…father played football and ran track at St. Paul’s College…has volunteered with Seabury Resources for Aging since 2011...lists her sports heroes as Stephen Curry and Lisa Leslie.

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