|High School:||Noble and Greenough School|
Junior: Coxed the first varsity eight in the Champ 8+ event at HOCR (12th place finish).
Sophomore: Coxed the first varsity eight at Head of the Charles ... Coxed the second varsity eight at Ivy/Big Ten Double Duels, defeating Michigan State ... Coxed the first varsity eight against Brown ... Varsity eight cox at the Ivy Round Robins ... Was second varsity eight cox in win over Northeastern ... Coxed first varsity eight to Eastern Sprints Championship.
Freshman: Coxed the First Varsity Eight against Michigan and Ohio State, Brown, Princeton and Cornell, Syracuse and Dartmouth, Yale and USC and at Eastern Sprints (first place) and the Ivy League Championships … Recipient of the Radcliffe Newcomer of the Year award.
Before Radcliffe: Attended Junior National Selection Camp … Co-captain of Girls Crew at Noble and Greenough School ... Coxed the first varsity four to silver place finish at the New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Championships, and to a sixth place finish at Youth Nationals ... Awarded the Janice L. Mabley award for spirit at dedication ... A member of CRI competitive summer team ... Coxed at Canadian Henley and Club Nationals ... Co-captain of the Girls Cross Country team at Noble and Greenough school.
Favorite class taken at Harvard: Introduction to Archaeology.
Why Radcliffe? I am inspired by the dedication of the Radcliffe athletes. I love being around teammates who are equally committed to academics and athletics. I was also drawn to the all female coaching squad. Radcliffe is the place to be if you strive for greatness in and out of the boathouse.
If rowers had a walk-out song, what would it be? I can tell you what it is not-Short People by Randy Newman. I don't know what Randy Newman has against people my height. I think if he got to know us, he would like us.
Radcliffe Names: Pags