The Huskies wrapped up the final day of the NCAA Championships with a 6th place finish overall, highlighted by a bronze medal by the varsity four.
The men's and women's varsity eight rowed to their seventh straight Windermere Cup victories in the best weather and biggest crowd Opening Day has seen in years.
With a race forced to be rescheduled to Friday the Huskies still manage to race well.
The Washington novice eight boat took first in a wire-to-wire finish in the Women's Collegiate Novice Grand Final on the second day of the San Diego Crew Classic on Mission Bay. The Huskies raced in a total of four grand finals on Sunday, earning two third-place finishes by the 2V8 and V4, and a fifith-place finish by the varsity eight.
For the second year in a row the junior class comes out on top at the 112th Class Day Regatta.
Husky Rowing Experience:
2013 (Freshman) - Stroked for the 2V8 that took home bronze at the Pac-12 Championships...Stroked for the winning 2V8 that took home the Erickson Cascade Cup at the Windermere Cup Regatta...Rowed two seat for the winning Second V8 at the WSU Dual...Rowed two seat for the winning "classless" boat in the Women's Varsity/Novice Challenge at the Class Day Regatta...Rowed two seat for the 2V8 shell that placed third in the Grand Final at the San Diego Crew Classic
High School: First in the U17 four at the Royal Canadian Henley, selected to try out for the Junior Canadian National Team
Personal: Interests includeHiking, rowing, biking, reading, cooking.