Jack Morrissey
Jack Morrissey
Height: 6-1
Year: Senior
Hometown: London, England
High School: Latymer Upper School
Major: Chemistry and Physics
House Affiliation: Pforzheimer

Senior • 2012
Rowed with the second varsity eight all season ... Helped the second varsity eight take the bronze at the IRA National Championships ... Helped the second varsity eight finish 6-0 in dual competition ... Contributed to the win at the H-Y Regatta and Harvard’s fifth straight sweep of Yale ... Runner-up to Wisconsin in the grand final at the EARC Sprints, contributing to the Rowe Cup win ... Aided in wins against Northeastern, Navy and Penn, and Princeton ... Runner-up to California at the San Diego Crew Classic.

Junior • 2011
Raced with the second varsity eight and the third varsity eight, contributing to undefeated dual seasons … Made it to the semifinals for the Temple Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta, setting an event record in the quarterfinals … Contributed with the second varsity eight to a second-place finish in the grand final at the IRA National Championships … Contributed to a second varsity victory over Cornell … Aided in a second-place finish for the third varsity eight at the EARC Sprints … Contributed to victories over Navy, Penn, Princeton, Brown.

Rowed in the second and third varsity eights during the dual season … Helped the third varsity win bronze at EARC Sprints as Harvard captured its 30th Rowe Cup … Rowed in the varsity four at the IRA National Championships, helping Harvard win the third-level final … Stroked the Harvard combination boat  to a win at the 145th Harvard-Yale Regatta … Contributed to second varsity win against Princeton and third varsity victories against Cornell, Navy, Penn and the Northeastern second varsity.

Member of the freshman eight that went undefeated in dual racing (7-0) … Won a silver medal at Sprints and the IRA National Championships.

Before Harvard
Lettered three times in crew ... Captain of the Latymer Upper School Boat Club ... Rowed two years for the British Junior National Team ... Won gold medal in straight four at the 2007 Junior World Championship.