Erin Driscoll
Erin Driscoll
Year: Junior
Hometown: Needham, Mass.
High School: The Winsor School
Major: Sociology
House Affiliation: Adams

Junior • 2013

Coxed the first varsity all season, including five wins and a second-place finish at the IRA National Championship … Helped Radcliffe produce the largest margin of victory, 8.259 seconds, in the Eastern Sprints first varsity race since 1996.

Sophomore • 2012

Coxed for the second varsity eight twice this season and once for the varsity four … Aided the varsity four in a fourth-place showing at the IRA National Championships … Helped the second varsity eight take gold at the EAWRC Sprints, Radcliffe’s first Women's Sprints gold in five years … Contributed to the second varsity eight win over Georgetown.

Freshman • 2011

Coxed the second varsity eight once and the varsity four once … Aided in a first-place finish March 26, beating MIT … Contributed to a victory over MIT April 30.

Before Harvard

Coxed in the varsity four at The Winsor School ... Won gold at the 2010 NEIRA Championships as part of the girl's varsity four ... Won a bronze medal at USRowing Youth National Championships in 2009 ... Placed second in the Head of the Charles Regatta in 2008 and 2009 … Defeated Great Britain’s National Schools Regatta Silver Medalists at Women’s Henley Regatta in 2010... Undefeated in league competition in 2008, 2009, and 2010. Also coxed for Boston's Community Rowing ... Won gold in the junior women’s eight, gold in the junior women’s four, and silver in the senior lightweight four at USRowing Club National Championships in 2010 ... Won gold in the junior women's four and silver in the junior women's eight at USRowing Club National Championships in 2009 ... Won gold at Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in the junior women's four in 2008 and 2009 and coxed a mixed eight to win the charity ‘Dash for Cash’ in 2009 ... AP scholar with distinction in 2009 … National Merit Commended Student … Part of the National Spanish Honor Society … Yearbook sports editor … Volunteered with Orphanage Outreach in the Dominican Republic and the Katrina Project in New Orleans.