Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Sue Koscielski Sweeps and Sculls Rowing - -
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Best Time (mm:ss.s) 1:55.1 - - - - - -
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High School
Barrington High School
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Freshman Year 5 on AP World History Exam 780 on SAT Subject Test World History 700 on SAT Subject Test Literature (with no prior AP/SAT level literature curriculum) Sophomore Year 4 AP/AP-weight classes with all honors classes Enrolled in AP Seminar, a class meant for juniors, as a sophomore due to aptitude in English
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Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

Rowing has changed my life. I started rowing in seventh grade as an insecure, socially awkward, completely un-athletic kid who had never really committed to a sport. Rowing changed all that. I met my best friends, learned how to lead and communicate effectively, and discovered newfound confidence through building fitness and rowing technique. Getting faster in a boat helped my self-esteem more than I could have imagined.
I truly love rowing with my entire heart. This sport has helped me grow into the person I am today, the team environment pushes me to be a better person, and the fitness required has helped me become more confident. Rowing in college would allow me to really push myself to be the best person that I can be, and I know that I thrive in a competitive team environment.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.
Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I really try to look for balance. Typically I train five days a week, and then take the other two days as lighter days or rest days (i.e. I’ll go to yoga or go on a light run). I get as much sleep as I can, making sure I never get fewer than six hours on any given night. Additionally, I eat a high-protein diet and am partially plant-based.
When it comes to school, my studies always come first. I manage my time well, get ahead on work when I can, and make sure I get all the assistance I need from teachers, especially in my AP classes. Overall, I am productive with my time, make sure to rest, fuel my body appropriately, and give every practice that I attend my 100% effort.

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