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Sophia Young
Sophia Young
Year: Junior
Hometown: Weston, Mass.
High School: Weston
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Dunster

Junior: Raced in the first varsity eight in the Head of the Charles, and won the first varsity eight in the Foot of the Charles ... Sat bow in the second varsity eight at Ivy/Big Ten Double Duels, defeating Michigan State ... Sat seven seat in second varsity eight against Brown ... Bow for the varsity eight at Ivy Round Robins ... Was seven seat in first varsity eight's victory over Northeastern ... Seven seat in first varsity eight that won Eastern Sprints Championship.

Sophomore: Raced in the First Varsity Eight in the 52nd Head of the Charles … Raced in the Second Varsity Eight for most of the regular season ... Raced in the First Varsity Eight against Michigan and Boston College.

Freshman: Raced in the Second Varsity Eight during the regular season ... Won Eastern Sprints and competed at the Ivy League Championships in the Second Varsity Eight. 

Before Radcliffe: Raced in the Wayland Weston Varsity 8+ at the 49th Head of the Charles, finishing in eighth place ... Placed 12th in the Wayland-Weston Varsity 8+ at Youth Nationals in 2014 ... Placed first in the Cambridge Boat Club U19 8+ and 2- at Club Nationals 2014 ... Raced at Canadian Henley, placing second in the U19 2- in 2014, and 2nd in the U19 4+ in 2015.

Favorite class taken at Harvard: American Society and Public Policy

Why Radcliffe? Radcliffe is a team that is competitive and cohesive. We push each other beyond our limits, and we are there for each other both on and off the water. It’s hard to find a team that is both competitive and incredibly supportive, but Radcliffe is exactly that.

If rowers had a walk-out song, what would yours be? Five Hours - Deorro

Radcliffe Names: Grape, Soph

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