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Lauren Estevenin
Lauren Estevenin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fublaines, France/Bothell, Wa.

High School:
Inglemoor

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165

Major:
Art & Communications

High School Sports: Rowing

High School Awards: Competed with the French National Team eight that finished fourth in 1998 ... won two golds and a bronze in an eight at the "Coupe de France" Regatta ... also won a bronze at national championships ... named Best Athlete at high school.

Major at Washington: Art and Communication

Husky Rowing Experience: 2000 (Freshman) -- Stroked the all-freshman varsity four that won a gold medal at the NCAA Championships ... stroked the novice eight as crew posted an undefeated season, including victories at the Pac-10 Championships, on Opening Day and at the San Diego Crew Classic ... won a dual victory over California and then rowed again in the winning varsity four against the Bears. 2001 (Sophomore) -- Stroked the varsity eight that came from behind to win a gold medal at the NCAA Championships and seal the NCAA team title for UW ... pulled the stroke oar for the varsity eight all season and won a gold medal at Pac-10 Championships along with victories in the Windermere Cup, dual regattas with Cal, Wisconsin, Oregon State and Washington State ... lone upset of the year came at San Diego Crew Classic, with a second place finish behind USC ... following the school year, participated at the U.S. National Team selection camp ... earned All-Pac-10 Academic honors. 2002 (Junior) -- Stroked the varsity eight that captured the NCAA National Championship ... was stroke seat of the varsity eight that went undefeated during the regular season ... won the 11th consecutive gold-- medal for Washington's varsity eight at Pac-10's ... Helped the Huskies collect victories at the Cal, Wisconsin, Washington State and Oregon duals, and also at the Windermere Cup and San Diego Crew Classic regattas ... Named to Pac-10 All Academic Team.

Personal: Daughter of Courtney and Jean-Claude Estevenin ... mother attended UW and father, an industrial designer, attended Arts deco in France ... older brother, Perry, was a rower at UW from 1997-00 and graduated in spring, 2001 ... grew up in France before moving to Vashon Island, Wash. ... has dual citizenship in France and the United States.

I chose Washington because: It has a winning rowing program and great academics.

The best thing about Seattle is: Pike Place Market.

The best thing about UW is: There are so many opportunities in education and sports.

My best race was: NCAA Championships, 2001, when we beat Brown in the final and won our race.

After I graduate, I plan to: Be rich.

If I could tell my incoming teammates one thing, it would be: When you have extra workouts, do them on the erg, not biking or running. You'll see what pays off in the end.

Estevenin says: "UW Rowing pushes you beyond what you thought were your limits."

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