|Club||-||Prince William Crew Association||Woodbridge||-|
|High School||Brian Bosch|
|Best Time (mm:ss.s)||1:46.3||7:32.0||-||-||-||-||-|
|Bench Press (max)||Wingspan||Years rowing|
1st Place Prince William Erg Sprints 1500M- 5:43:0
15th Place Mid Atlantic Erg Sprints 2K 7:57:3
2nd Place Mid-Atlantic Erg Sprints 500M Dash--1:46.3
November 2018 - Head of the Occoquan- 1st place mixed 8, 2nd place Upper Quad and 10th place Women's upper 8
I have been rowing for 1 year and have fallen in love with the sport. I also swim and run cross country for my high school. Academics are also very important to me. I take AP classes as well as Calculus BC. I really want to continue my rowing into college at the highest level possible. I can't wait for to find the right school for both academically and on the water.
Since starting crew a year ago, I have fallen in love with the team aspect of the sport. I have swam and played travel soccer since I was 6 years old and crew is such a different sport. Sports are a passion of mine and I just love being on the water.
By being in a new school in my county and also with a very new and upcoming rowing program I have had to learn quickly how to be a leader for my team. I feel that my travel soccer and swimming experiences have helped me push and motivate my teammates. Although still an underclassman on my team, I try to be vocal and help all of our novices while trying to push our upperclassman as well.
I was recently awarded the Silver Trefoil Award (March 2019) from the Girl Scouts of America. This award involved me completing 100 hours of service to my local community and fellow Girl Scouts. I have been a girl scout since 3rd grade and I'm truly thankful for the skills and leadership qualities I have gained through this program.
I currently tutor middle school students in Math and English as a second language. It inspires me to always be grateful for what I have and give back or pay it forward within my community.
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