|Hometown:||Creston, British Columbia|
|High School:||Prince Charles Secondary School|
WSU CAREER: As a JUNIOR (2014-15) competed with the third varsity eight team in the fall…in the spring, competed with the varsity four team…helped defeat No. 5 Stanford to open the spring season…led varsity four to a win over Gonzaga as team won Fawley Cup…rowed past No. 14 Texas, No. 20 Minnesota and Syracuse in the Clemson Invitational…led varsity four to a win against No. 15 Harvard, No. 18 Oregon State and No. 20 Minnesota on day two of the Clemson Invite…out-raced No. 17 UCLA and No. 18 Oregon State at Dexter Lake…attained second place in the Pac-12 Rowing Championships…helped the varsity four crew become runners up to No. 1 Ohio State, with the result advanced to the A/B Semifinals…led varsity four crew to a seventh-place finish in the 2015 NCAA Rowing Championships as the team finished eighth overall…as a SOPHOMORE (2013-14) year, rowed with second varsity eight during fall season…competed with the third varsity eight, the open eight, and the third varsity four in spring...competed with third varsity four, which defeated Oregon State’s varsity four as team captured Winchell Cup…named to the Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team with a 3.68 GPA…FRESHMAN (2012-13) year, member of novice team…helped novice eight to a third-place finish at Pac-12 Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: A member of the rowing , basketball, volleyball, and swimming teams in high school…helped the volleyball team to a second-place finish in their division freshmen year and sophomore years…captained the basketball team and earned two letters…Prime Minister Student Council junior year…honor student throughout high school.
PERSONAL: Born Katrina Sasha Tarrant…December of 1994 in Creston, B.C.…father Donald is a retired RCMP Officer and mother Sharen Popoff-Tarrant is a retired principal…Sharen graduated from Washington State in 1983…brother Peter, attends the British Columbia Institute of Technology…enjoys rowing and photography…is pursuing a degree in psychology with an intended double minor in sport management and strength and conditioning at Washington State.