|Club||Jamie Stack||South Jersey Rowing Club||Pennsauken||-|
|High School||Moorestown Friends School|
|Best Time||Location||Weather||Second Best Time||Location||Weather|
|Varsity Eight 2,000m||6:05.0||Mercer Lake ((NOVICES))||Windy||6:20.0||Cooper River (1.5K) ((NOVICES))||Windy|
|Varsity Four 2,000m||7:07.0||St. Catharines||Sunny / windy||7:24.6||Cooper River||Sunny|
|Best Time (mm:ss.s)||1:54.0||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Best Distance (meters)||-||3,906||-||-|
|Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Years rowing|
Novice Men's A8+:
Novice Men's A4+:
Varsity A boat (4+)
Began coxing our LW4+ (2V) in my novice year, after 6 months of experience. I now jump around from JV to Varsity wherever I am needed.
Edit: I've just returned to my roots, coxing our LW4+ again in my junior year. Raced Chattanooga's 5k at an average 1:42 split.
Active part of Alice Paul Institutes Girls' Advisory Council - 3 year member,
Skipped 6th grade for a more rigorous curriculum and acclimated myself socially and academically,
3 year member of Johns Hopkins Center For Talented Youth (CTY),
Recipient of "Brightest Young Students" Award - CTY (see: https://moorestownsun.com/moorestown-student-awarded-by-johns-hopkins-fe0559127051),
Honors student in 3 majors, AP in one,
Honors choir & varsity a cappella,
Part of multiple clubs of which I will soon become President or Vice President, including Creative Writing Club (currently secretary, about to be promoted to president),
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards 2019 Student Conference Leader,
Recipient of Moore College of Art's design scholarship,
NSHSS invitee (2 years),
Year-long Honor-Roll student for both my freshman and sophomore years,
Co-president of the Moorestown Friends School Hispanic / Latinx Affinity Group,
Diversity committee member,
Agenda committee member,
Jewish Culture Club member (as an ally. I am the only non-Jewish member),
Received the Douglas Searle Poetry Award and was the only underclassman to be awarded at all in 2019,
Quarter-Finalist duetist of ICHSA (Foxy Jukeboxes) (My team went on to semis),
Advocate of environmental awareness at Rotary Breakfast Club of Moorestown,
3 years being a coxswain, began coxing the Varsity men’s Lightweight 4+ in my novice year and jumped around from JV to Varsity races since,
14th/69 in Canadian Henley’s Men’s Junior 4+ races; racing our 1V,
1 most viewed coxswain in men's or women's rowing on BeRecruited in September 2019
Currently coxing our lightweight 1V4+
I have developed a close bond with my team and feel that the work we do both on and off the river has brought us together, as I enjoy coxing the boys on my boat and developing my skills to make them faster, beat other boats, and improve our relationship. I want to continue to interact and work with other athletes with the same interest in making themselves better for themselves and their team in a more advanced, committed environment.
As a coxswain, I have to be a leader. I must be willing to step up and put my foot down when something is wrong, and I have to be a quick thinker.
Off the river, this summer (2019) I was elected by the student body to be Rotary Youth Leadership Association's "student conference leader." This position is similar to class president, and my job included leading 200+ of my peers through critical thinking, team bonding activities, and providing communication between adult coordinating staff and the talented body of students I was leading.
My schoolwork always comes first. I have a strict idea of my priorities, and though crew is incredibly important to me, my mental and physical health, grades, and healthy relationships come before my rowing career. No amount of cutting weight unhealthily is worth a race, and stressing over my performance does no good for my boat, my coxing, the team rapport, or my health.
I am looking into volunteering at Burlington County Animal Alliance currently. In my junior year, I adopted my puppy from them, and it made me realize how many animals will go unadopted and stuck in the shelter for the rest of their lives (especially older ones). I also volunteered for 20 hours at Kumon, teaching kids math and reading, and I am in the process of establishing an Interact Club (Rotary) at Moorestown Friends, of which I would be president. For 6 years I have led a drive to raise toys and money for a school for unaccompanied minors in Arizona.