Daphne Heines has committed to Franklin & Marshall College

Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Jack Gartner and Martha Williams Asheville Youth Rowing Association Asheville NC
High School Asheville High School
distance erg
500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) - 8:29.4 22:35.0 - - - -
Rowing Honors

Music City Head Race: Novice 4 - 2nd place, 19:23.6
Novice 8 - 1st place, 18:19.8
Secret City Head Race: Novice 4 - 1st place, 21:53.6
Novice 8 - 1st place, 24:10.7
Head of the Hooch: Novice 8 - 10th place, 17:23.967
John Hunter Regatta: Women's U17 8 - 1st place, 7:23.9
Clemson Sprints: Women's U17 8 - 2nd place, 7:25.1
Dogwoods Juniors: Women's U17 - 2nd place, 7:30.6
Southeast Youth Championship: Women's U17 - 1st place, 7:11.6

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Asheville High School
School City
Asheville
School State
NC
Guidance Counselor
Will Eill
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
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School Size
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TOEFL Score
Class Rank
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School Division
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Major Category
Public Administration and Services
Major
Community Organization and Advocacy
Major Category
Public Administration and Services
Major
Public Policy Analysis
Major Category
Social Sciences and History
Major
Political Science and Government, General
Other Academic Information
I scored 5 on my AP Art History exam spring of 2019, and 5 on both my English and US History AP exams Spring of 2020.
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Personal


First Name
Daphne
Last Name
Heines
Address
City
State
Zip
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Province
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
F
Height
5'7"
Weight
145
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

After 7 summers of whitewater canoeing and kayaking at Camp Green Cove, I became an Aide in 2019. This entailed helping mentor younger campers and teaching them paddling skills, while continuing to improve my own skills and paddling some of the bigger rivers in the area.

Girl Up Asheville Advocacy Rep

Girl Up, founded by the United Nations Foundation, is a global movement of empowered young women leaders who defend gender equality. At Asheville High we have raised money to make sanitary products availble for free for girls in our school who need assistance.

Volunteer Work

Sierra Club/Asheville Greenworks
Worked on the French Broad RIver Clean up for two years.

Planned Parenthood
Helped out at a fundraiser. I hope to do more work with them this year through GIrl Up.

Democratic Party
Leafletting, phonebanking

Salvation Army
Served dinner to the homeless on Christmas.

Brother Wolf Animal Shelter
Visiting with the animals and walking the dogs.

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

Rowing has given me a sense of community that is hard to find outside of the sport world. The friends I have made through this sport have supported me on and off the water. Our team is a club team so we all rely on one another to help get to and from practice and regattas. The sense of community I feel with my team is something I hope to be able to find in college. In addition, rowing has become one of my main "stress relievers". It has helped me build up my mental strength just as much as my physical strength in a way that makes challenges off the water seem less difficult.

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

On the Field: I always make an active effort to get to know and help younger kids as they join our team. I encourage all of my fellow teammates during erg tests, races, and hard practices. It is very important to me to maintain a positive attitude even when practices are challenging and I hope that that attitude rubs off on those around me. I also take an active part in team fundraisers and events.

Off the field: Leading comes naturally so I tend to "take charge" when opportunities present themselves. In school I help to plan and organize clubs and group projects. I have helped lead my school toward becoming more environmentally sustainable. I was also a part of Camp Green Cove's Aide program where I worked with younger campers to make the most of their summers. Each Aide is given their own cabin to help with when their cabin counselor is on a trip. My cabin was filled with first year campers all around age 10. I was able to help them grow and develop both in specific activities and as young women. They taught me so much about leading and teaching. I also got to teach campers of varying abilities how to canoe and kayak.

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

As a student athlete I feel it is very important to take care of my mental health just as much as my physical health. I make an effort to eat a meat free diet filled with vegetables and whole grains. I also make sure to stay hydrated, keeping a full, 32 ounce water bottle with me at school, practice, and home. My sophomore year I struggled with balancing my school work along with my rowing schedule, and my grades fell because of it. I also struggled with anemia and fatigue. Since then I have made lifestyles choices that allow me to better mange my time and health, including using set schedules, limiting my phone usage, and taking supplements to help maintain my iron level. I also make sure to get enough sleep each night in order to be as productive during the day as possible.

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