Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Jeff Kiser Cathedral Catholic High School Crew San Diego CA
High School Cathedral Catholic High School
Position
Primary Position Port
Secondary Positions Str
Varsity Times
Best Time Location Weather Second Best Time Location Weather
Varsity Eight 2,000m 6:37.0 Mission Bay 9mph wind, 65° - - -
distance erg
500m 2km 5km 6km 10km HMAR MAR
Best Time (mm:ss.s) 1:36.0 7:08.8 - 23:36.0 - - -
timed erg
4min 20min 30min 60min
Best Distance (meters) - - 7,501 -
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Wingspan Years rowing
145 72 3
Rowing Honors

Varsity Letter

Rowing Additional

I received my varsity letter sophomore year and rowed in the men’s varsity four at Scholastic Junior Nationals the end of my sophomore year.

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Cathedral Catholic High School
School City
San Diego
School State
CA
Guidance Counselor
Julia Tushaus
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
-
School Size
1600
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
-
School Division
-
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Major
Business Computer Programming/Programmer
Major Category
Computer and Information Sciences
Major
Computer and Information Systems Security
Major Category
Law and Legal Studies
Major
Pre-Law Studies
Other Academic Information
Member of: NHS CSF Honor Roll
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Personal


First Name
Gable
Last Name
Krich
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Province
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
M
Height
5'10"
Weight
145
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

Member of Leadership Council for Teen Volunteers in Action (TVIA)

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

Being a freshman in college is a new experience for me, as it is for many. I feel being on a team will help alleviate some of that worry. I also have been rowing since my first year of high school, and I think it is a part of my life now. Quite frankly, I don’t know what I would do with all the time I had that I usually spend at practice. I am determined to continue my athletic career through college, not just stop after high school to many first-year college students.

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

Due to being on varsity since my sophomore year of high school, I have many examples of leadership. The one example I will give for “on the field“ is that I try and make the practice is run as smoothly as I can without being over-controlling. I make sure orders are down, launches are in the water, and ready to go. Being a stroke seat, I try and set the pace for the other rowers in the boat. An example of “off the field“ is that I am a leadership council member for Teen Volunteers in Action (TVIA). TVIA is an organization for people in 7th to 12th grade. I go to these volunteer events and I help make sure the event runs smoothly. I work closely with the organizers of the event and help give instructions to the other volunteers.

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

For me, time is a significant factor in my life. I like to make sure that I have the correct amount of time for my social life, my athletic life, and my academic life. Healthy athletic performance is not just eating the right foods, getting the right amount of sleep, and ensuring homework are turned in on time. Being a student-athlete, these were core values implanted in me early. So to me, keeping high grades and eating the right foods is a habit. To me, healthy athletic performance keeps the correct amount of social, academic, and athletic time. Overloading one with these can be overwhelming, and the vest creates an unhealthy athletic performance. Time management aides me in achieving this goal. I have been able to Row since my first year of high school with a high GPA and robust mental health, which creates a healthy athletic performance.

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

I am involved in service in my community in many ways. For one, I have been a member of TVIA since seventh grade, and I’ve been an active member cents. I have joined TVIA‘s leadership council to impact the community more. I have also done service outside of this organization. Although it might not have been organized events, I see myself doing little things around the community to better society. One example of a volunteer event I did through TVIA is I went and worked at the San Diego food bank, packaging backpacks full of food for low-income or homeless families. An example of service I did outside of an organization is I did a beach cleanup with my family. I feel service is a vital part of keeping a community successful. Being a resident of San Diego, doing service around San Diego gives me a different perspective of the service I am doing. Whatever service I am doing not only impacts me but, more importantly, impacts the people in this community. And the only thing that makes a community successful is the people. If I can aid in those people's successes, then society can thrive with greater ease.

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