Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Lizbeth Trond Connecticut Boat Club Norwalk CT
High School Elizabeth Dennison
Primary Position Starboard
Secondary Positions Prt
distance erg
500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) 1:52.5 8:16.0 21:05.0 - - - -
timed erg
4min 20min 30min 60min
Best Distance (meters) - 4,468 - -
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Wingspan Years rowing
75 - 1
Rowing Honors

I was awarded the most improved award on the Sacred Heart Greenwich crew team. I achieved third place during Saratoga Invitational regatta in Spring 2018, while competing in Connecticut Boat Club's first novice boat. I medaled third place during the Mercer Lake Super Sprints regatta in the Spring of 2018, as a novice in Connecticut Boat Club's first novice boat.

Rowing Additional

Mile Time: 6:19
1250 X 750m, 4min rest: 2:04


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SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Convent of the Sacred Heart
School City
School State
Guidance Counselor
Christine Gerrity
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
School Size
Class Rank
School Division
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Business Computer Programming/Programmer
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Marketing, Other
Other Academic Information
Honor Roll 2016 Honor Roll 2017 Honor Roll 2018
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Personal Highlights

Most Improved Rower Award for Novice Season.
Played Lacrosse for 6 years.
Workout enthusiast.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

A college experience, including commitment to a team, specifically a crew team, would create an environment in which I thrive. The feeling of security that comes from knowing I have earned a spot on a school team would give me added confidence both in my academics, and in my rowin too. Additionally, through recruiting, I would be able to introduce myself to many coaches and athletes, establishing friendships and relationships which would grow as I continue through the process.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Academically, I have many experiences with leadership; for instance, I am the captain of my school’s debate team, and I make an effort to guide those around me as well as befriend all students in my classes. I took on speech and debate in the fall of my Freshman year. After multiple tournaments and qualifying for states, participation in a major competition amongst almost all teams in New England, I was named as captain of the debate team my Junior year. As captain, I teach new members the style of debate, how to debate, and more. In the fall of my Junior year I held ten meetings, and the team has recently hosted a tournament in January. Furthermore, I am a leader in the classroom, trying to participate in discussions but also helping friends with issues academic and social. Additionally, I am perceived by my peers as diligent, and knowledgeable, due to the specific and thought provoking questions I ask my teachers. In athletics, I am very outgoing and try to befriend all those on my team, including my coaches. These relationships build respect and mutual learning, while also allowing me to build leadership skills.

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

By building healthy habits at the start of every season, as well as keeping a routine I know I can stick with, I maintain a “healthy athletic performance”. Personally, I eat a healthy diet, including, lean proteins, vegetables, fruit, and some dessert in small portions. Although, I allow myself a couple of cheat days here and there, this pre-established diet at the start of every crew season instills habits, making it easier for me to stay healthy and perform well athletically. Moreover, a routine for most days allows me to be comfortable and manage my workload from school and sports. For instance, I try to get to bed around 11:00, and wake up around 6:30 to get to school and meet with my teachers. Although, waking up early was hard to do at first, after two weeks my body was used to the change and my academics benefitted from the extra time spent meeting with teachers. Now, these routines have become habits and I still maintain and pursue them almost everyday.

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

I volunteer in for my community through tutoring children in reading and writing after school, and helping them in their intellectual and literary development. After I was trained I spent every Thursday after school for a year tutoring two boys, both around the age of five. Not only did I help the two boys improve their skills in reading and writing, as well as provide academic support, I also was influenced by the boys to pursue my own academic goals to my greatest ability. For instance, both boys always came to our sessions with a smile and put all the effort they could into the hour sessions. Reflecting on the experience, my effort to help them also benefited me in many ways. Service is important to me because it never just provides benefits to the person receiving service, it gives inspiration, and empathy to the person providing service. Regarding the time I spent tutoring in my community, I gained a better awareness of those in my community, as well as took their enthusiasm towards education and applied it to my own classes.

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