Sally Rozumalski has committed to University of Louisville


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Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Varsity Times
Best Time Location Weather Second Best Time Location Weather
Varsity Eight 2,000m 7:04.2 St. Catherines, Ontario Henley time trials. Light head wind. 7:12.5 Welland, Ontario Row ontario championship. Head wind.
Varsity Four 2,000m 7:32.0 Welland, Ontario Slight cross wind, time trials of row Ontario championships 2013, U17. 7:48.6 Welland, Ontario Heavy rains and strong headwind, finals of the RowOntario championships
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500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) 1:33.0 7:05.0 20:15.0 23:35.0 42:31.2 - -
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4min 20min 30min 60min
Best Distance (meters) - 4,989 - -
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Wingspan Years rowing
185 74 4
Rowing Honors

2014 Royal Henley Regatta Semi-Finalist - U19 4+ for West Side Rowing Club
2014 101st annual West Side Invitational- U19 4+ gold medal
2014 Fontana All High Championship - silver Medal - Varsity 4
2014 Fontana All High Championship - Finalist Junior 8
2014 New York State Scholastic Championships - Finalist Senior 8 for West Side Rowing Club
2013 Royal Henley Regatta Semi-Finalist - U17 4+ for West Side Rowing Club
2013 Royal Henley Regatta Semi-Finalist - U17 8+ for West Side Rowing Club
2013 RowOntario Championships - Silver Medal U17 - 4+
2013 St. Catherine's invitational-bronze medal U17 8+.... Silver medal - U17 4+
2013 Fontana All High Championship - Gold Medal - Varsity 8
2013 New York State Scholastic Championships - Silver medalist - Junior 8
2013 Junior 8 finalist in John Bennett Regatta, Buffalo, NY 5/5/2013
2012 Royal Henley Regatta Finalist - U17 8+ for West Side Rowing Club
Buffalo All-High 2012 Championships Frosh 8 boat Gold Medal
Buffalo All-High Championships - Frosh 4 Boat Gold Medal
New York State Scholastic Championships - Gold medal novice year
Syracuse Charger regatta - Frosh 4 boat - Bronze medal
St. Catherines Invitational - Junior 8 - Silver medal
RowOntario 2012 Championships - Junior 8 - Silver medal

Rowing Additional

Juniors U19 team
Spring 2014 - West Side Rowing Club
Winter 2013/2014 - West Side Rowing Club Junior Team
Summer 2013 - West Side Rowing Club Juniors U17 Team
I also swim competitively in USA Swimming - Buffalo Area Aquatic Club (BAAC)


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High School
Niagara-Wheatfield Senior High School
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Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
International Business/Trade/Commerce
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Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Investments and Securities
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Law and Legal Studies
Banking, Corporate, Finance, and Securities Law
Other Academic Information
Due to my busy schedule it is vital for me to budget my time and be organized. I have found that being organized is essential and important in order to maintain my 96 GPA. Currently, I am enrolled in, or have taken, a number of honors classes as well as AP classes in science, math and social studies. Vocal Arts are also important to me. I perform in both of the top level choirs at my school (concert choir and vocal jazz). During summer break, I have worked as a learn to swim instructor as well as a full time lifeguard. I am a member of both national honor society and the national society of high school scholars. Furthermore, I love writing very much. I have been working on a novel for the last year, and will seek publication of it once finishing touches are complete. Since I have practice for either rowing or swimming each night it is challenging keeping up with my schedule but it is never boring.
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Personal Highlights

My name is Sally Rozumalski, I attend Niagara Wheatfield High School. I am a hard working honor student interested in business finance and law. I currently row for West Side Rowing Club in Buffalo, NY and I swim for Buffalo Area Aquatics (FKA: STAR Swimming). I have been swimming competitively since I was 6 years old. In 2012 I started to row for the West Side Rowing Club and I really enjoy it. I was a New York State champion in the freshman 8 boat. In 2012, I competed in the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in the top U17 8+boat. We made it through prelims and placed 5th in the finals. This past spring, at the All High Fontana regatta my senior eight won, while my junior eight took home second. Later that season, we competed in the New York State scholastic championships in Saratoga springs. My junior 8 took the silver medal. I row both port and starboard and my goal for the end of this season is to be around 7.20 in my 2,000 m and to keep improving my technique to the best of my abilities. My most recent 2K ERG test was 7:30.01. In the summer of 2013, my U17 4+ came in second at both the st. Catherine's invitational and the RowOntario championships. We competed in Henley last summer. My 4+ boat made it to semi finals. This winter I focused on rowing, building my strength and stamina. I am looking forward to the spring and summer 2014 seasons.

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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Well out of school I try to volunteer as much as I can. I help with soup kitchens, my mother's Irish group named LAOH, an activity called challenger baseball for those with special needs, and anywhere I can find. I believe this makes me a leader by showing people my age there is better, more important things you can do with your time. Things that will help someone else, and maybe they might try to change their ways. At school, I participate on 2 varsity sports , swimming and rowing. I try to be a mentor to the younger girls and set a good example for them. Also I try to be someone they can come and talk to about anything from racing to personal dilemmas.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

As a student athlete I am aware it is important to be healthy and perform to the best of my ability. Being healthy consists of two things in my mind. First, eating right, staying hydrated and making sure to attend practice as much as possible. To ensure you compete to your maxim potential. Furthermore, there is a second component that is equally just as important. Being of sound mental stability. If you believe you can't do something then, you won't. In order to be the best you that you can be, you have to believe in yourself and your goals. You have to know that your training will give you the physical preparation, but it's up to you to put it into action.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I volunteer with my mother at a soup kitchen called The Hope center. It assists people in finding jobs and getting back on their feet. It also provides them warmth, shelter, and food for the time being. Helping people is of the utmost important to me, first off because it is a value my parents have always instilled in me. Putting others before yourself because someday that could be you, and you never know how much only helping for a few hours can impact someone's life. Furthermore , lending a hand to someone in need ensures them that someone is there for them. It gives them hope which is the whole idea.

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