Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Tristan Salvadori WYRA Wilmington DE
Position
Primary Position Scull
Secondary Positions Prt, Str
distance erg
500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) 1:26.4 6:34.7 - - - - -
timed erg
4min 20min 30min 60min
Best Distance (meters) - - 7,827 15,362
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Wingspan Years rowing
225 70 3
Rowing Honors

Fall 2021 Senior:

Bill Braxton 2021 - 5th Place Men's V4+ Time Trials

Head of The Schuylkill 2021 - Men's High School Varsity 1x, Placed 10th of 24

Head of The Charles 2021- Men's Youth Four,
Placed 33rd out of 84 boats (orig. seed 54th), time of 18:18:471

Summer 2021 (Junior):

2nd Place U19 2x Philly Youth Regatta (7/24/21)

3rd Place U19 4+ Philly Youth Regatta (7/24/21)

4th Place U19 1x Philly Youth Regatta (7/24/21)

(All in flight finals)

2nd Place Varisty 2x Schuylkill Navy Regatta (ltwt in open weight, 6/19/21)

Spring 2021 (Junior): Elected by club peers as Varsity men's captain

1st Place - USRowing Mid-Atlantic Youth Championships 2v2x (ltwt in open weight competition, 5/9/21)

Semifinalist - USRowing Mid-Atlantic Youth Championships 1x (ltwt in open weight competition, 5/8/21)

USRowing NorthEast Youth Championships 1x (ltwt in open weight competition, 4/6 in heat)

2021 Mercer Lake Sprints: 1x (14/31) (First ever 1x race - ltwt in open weight competition, 4/17/21)

Semi-Finalist Rower's Choice Erg-Competition

St. Andrew's Sprints 8+ (Stroke)

Mercer Lake Sprints 8+ (Bow)

Mercer Lake Sprints LTWT 4+ (2)

Fall 2020 (Junior)
-- Season started late due to Covid-19 --
-1st Place Head of the Scyukill River virtual regatta

Spring 2020 (Sophmore)
-Quater-Finalist Rower's Choice Erg-Competition
-- Season cut short due to Covid-19 --

Fall 2019 (Sophmore)
-HOCR Regatta 4+ (2 Seat)
-Navy Day Regatta 4+ (2 seat)
-Schuylkill Regatta 4+ (2 seat)
-Mercer Lake Sprints 4+ (Stroke)
-Cooper Cup 8+ (Bow)

Rowing Additional

-2018-2019 All-State Student-Athlete Second Team Wrestling, Varsity.

-2018-2019 Men's Lacrosse, Varsity.

-2018-2019 Attended US Naval Academy SEAL Elite training camp.

-2019-2020 All-State Student-Athlete Second Team Wrestling, Varsity (State ranking: 5/26 @ 138 lbs).

-2019-2020 Attended US Naval Academy SEAL Ultra training camp.

-- Entered for US Naval Academy SEAL camp, rowing camp, and Princeton rowing camp, all canceled due to COVID-19 --

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Wilmington Friends School
School City
Wilmington
School State
DE
Guidance Counselor
Kathleen Martin
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
70
School Size
250
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
0
School Division
-
Major Category
Computer and Information Sciences
Major
Computer and Information Sciences, General
Major Category
Physical Sciences
Major
Analytical Chemistry
Major Category
Military Studies
Major
Navy/Marine Corps JROTC/ROTC
Other Academic Information
Enrolled in IB Programme 2 IB Courses, 2 AP Courses CompSci. Major + Independent Study
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Personal


First Name
Conner
Last Name
Manning
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Province
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
5'8"
Weight
160
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

In the summer of 2019 I attended a one-week summer rowing camp on a whim. I had never touched an oar before - no one in my family had! But over the last two years I have fallen in love with rowing - it is my passion. I want to be recruited to row in college so I can continue to grow as an athlete and a person; so I can get better, compete and win! Simply put, I am willing to work as hard as it takes to become a dominant lightweight rower. Being recruited will allow me to train with peers and coaches at the highest levels so I can work towards perfecting my sport.

At present, I am focusing on improving my technique and lowering my 2k erg time. I compete in scull and sweep and I am willing to row in any position in any boat if it gets me on the water!

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

As a captain, I focus on the morale of our team both on and off the water. After long and draining steady-state ergs and rows, I make a point of going to each individual rower and providing honest, yet positive feedback in an effort to motivate that person and build team unity.

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

As someone with an All-State Student-Athlete award, I pride myself on my ability to balance my athletics and academics. The IB Programme my school offers is rigorous, and my rowing training is on par. Balancing both with a healthy lifestyle took a lot of time and research. Much like I do with my school work, organization and prioritization are critical. I have devoted many hours to studying information on proper training techniques, nutrition, and the need for proper recovery. All of these things have been the keys to my improved athletic performance.

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

At a Quaker school, service is one of the pillars of our community. From trips and outings to individual projects, I've taken on many service roles. I've helped with community cleaning with my school to being a mentor for younger, less privileged kids wanting to learn to row; service has been an incredibly beneficial pursuit. The service I've done has caused me to look for even more opportunities to grow others and, in turn, myself. Additionally, I've learned extensive first-aid and lifesaving techniques and received specialized camp counselor training for autistic children. From coaching kids about a sport I'm passionate about, to donating and fundraising for less privileged youth, service has helped me see that helping others benefits me just as much as it does them.

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