Continuing to rebound from an injury to her throwing arm, she was named to the 2005 Big West Academic All-Conference Team...Finished the season with a 2-2 record and an ERA of 3.83 in 10 appearances...Starting seven games, she tallied 16 strikeouts and an opponent's batting average of .291...Her 2.84 ERA in conference games was the second lowest on the squad...In fact, she is tenth all-time with a career earned run average of 2.17...Pitched a complete eight innings February 13 against No. 8 Washington and allowed three earned runs while striking out three...Earned the win February 26 against Saint Mary's, pitching three innings, allowing three runs on three hits while striking out three in the Gauchos' 10-3 win...Had her best outing of the year April 30 against Cal State Northridge when she pitched 4.2 innings and allowed no runs on four hits and earned her second victory of the season as the Gauchos prevailed 7-6.
Garnered Big West Academic All-Conference honors...Harmon finished the 2004 campaign posting a 2-3 overall record with an ERA of 3.34 in 11 appearances...She started eight games and finished the season with a .299 opponent's batting average, which was third lowest among Gaucho pitchers...Allowed an impressive ten extra base hits in 35. 2 innings of work...Threw three innings, gave up two hits, struck out one and allowed a single earned run against eventual NCAA champion UCLA (2/28)...The next day Harmon pitched 5.1 innings against San Diego State (2/29), striking out two and allowed no earned runs in a 4-3 victory...Finished the season strong, earning a 3-1 victory at Stanford (3/21), in which she pitched five innings, gave up four hits and allowed one earned run.
Harmon had a stellar first season, ending the year with Second Team All-Big West Conference honors and finishing in the top ten of almost every statistical category in the conference while posting a 17-10 overall record...Led UCSB with 17 wins and 187 1/3 innings pitched, finishing third in the Big West in each...Her 17 win mark is the second-best single season performance in school history, just one shy of UCSB's all-time mark...Made a Big West Conference and UCSB season-high 29 starts on the year...Led the Gauchos in essentially every statistical category...Her 1.61 ERA was second on the team and sixth-best in the Big West...Her 116 strikeouts were the ninth-most in a single season in UCSB history and the seventh most posted in the conference on the year...Held opponents to a .229 batting average in 31 total appearances, with both numbers finishing amongst the top ten in the Big West...Threw 22 complete games, tying for the team lead and ninth on UCSB's single season top ten, while leaving her just one shy of the school's career top ten...Harmon dominated in her three games against the University of San Diego (2/8, 2/22 & 3/12), going 3-0 with three complete game shutouts, including one one-hitter, allowing a total of five hits in 21 innings of work while striking out 16...Also posted a complete game shutout against Centenary (4/15), striking out eight...Threw a career-high 13.1 innings at Pacific (4/6) in the second-half of a doubleheader after throwing the entire seven innings to win game one...Fanned a career-high 11 batters in UCSB's 2-1 win against St. Mary's (3/2)...Ended her first collegiate season with a 2.23-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio.
Harmon played both pitcher and third base at Brookside Christian for head coach Bob Regapala...She helped lead the Knights to the Mother Lode League Title four years in a row and the CIF Sectional title in 2002...Earned the MLL's most valuable player award from her sophomore season on...Named All-Area all four years, she was also recognized as the Area's Freshman of the Year...Harmon maintained an astonishing .05 career ERA at Brookside...Posted a perfect 41-0 career record in league play...She also competed in volleyball and basketball.
Played for the 2002 AFA National Champion Runnin' Rebels Gold travel ball team...Received the Most Valuable Pitcher award at the AFA Nationals in 2002...The Runnin' Rebels were also named the 2002 Stockton Area Team of the Year.
Carly Harmon was born July 18, 1984 in Lodi, California...She is a Sociology major at UCSB...Made the Dean's List in each of her first two years as a Gaucho...She graduated high school with honors and a 4.1 cumulative GPA...Her most memorable sporting moment was winning the 2002 CIF Sectionals in high school...Roots for the San Francisco Giants...Fan of Megan Blackshire...Likes to watch "The OC"...Her favorite movie is "Billy Madison"... She loves the location and her friends at UCSB... Has an older sister, Ashley...Daughter of Robert and Faye Harmon.