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Xaley Yousey
Xaley Yousey
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Piedmont, Okla.
High School: Piedmont

Sophomore: Raced 5 seat of the V8+ at the Head of the Charles.

Freshman: Raced in seven seat of the second varsity eight at Head of the Charles, winning the club eights race ... Sat six seat in the second varsity eight at Ivy/Big Ten Double Duels, defeating Michigan State ... Sat six seat in second varsity eight against Brown ... Was the six seat for the second varsity eight that had two runner-up finishes at Ivy Round Robins ... Was three seat for first varsity eight's win over Northeastern ... Three seat in first varsity eight that won Eastern Sprints Championship.

Before Radcliffe: Rowed for OKC Riversport 2012-2017 .. Four years varsity 8+, second Head of the Charles 2014, Lightweight 4+ Youth Nationals 2014, first Junior Women’s Lightweight C.R.A.S.H. -B. 2015 … Athlete of the Year 2015-2017 … Senior team captain 2016-2017. 

Favorite Class at Harvard: The Fundamentals of Archaeological Reasoning

Why Radcliffe? Radcliffe offers an amazing family-like mentality while remaining extremely competitive. Radcliffe helps create an environment of a team committed to excellence on the water and academically which was very important to me.

If rowers had a walk out song, what would it be? “All I Want for Christmas is You” by Mariah Carey

Radcliffe Names: Zales, Zay

 

 

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