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Erin Antono
Position: Port/Starboard
Height: 5'5"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sammamish, Wash.
High School: International Community School
Major: Materials, Science & Eng.
Experience: High School

2013-14 (Junior)

  • Raced with the second varsity eight and varsity four 
  • Took second in the varsity four at the IRA National Championships after winning the heat race 
  • Won the Women’s Open Carley Copley Cup with the 2V8 at the San Diego Crew Classic 
  • Defeated No. 2 Cal’s 4V8 in the Big Row 
  • Took second at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships in the varsity four 
  • Finished fifth in the Grand Final of the WIRA Championships 2V8 open event 
  • Placed third in two races against the top teams in the country in Boston 
  • Made her season debut at the Pac-12 Challenge with the second varsity eight, finishing second to Saint Mary’s and Cal 
  • Missed the fall season while studying abroad in Berlin, Germany

2012-13 (Sophomore)

  • Took home fifth place in the Lightweight Four at the IRA National Championships 
  • Member of the Lightweight 4+ that won the WIRA Championship 
  • Placed third at the Head of the Charles in the Lightweight Eight race

2011-12 (Freshman)

  • Part of the lightweight four that finished first at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships 
  • Won a head-to-head race with Wisconsin in the Varsity II Eight 
  • Finished second at the Head of the Charles with the Lightweight Eight

High School

  • A 2011 graduate of International Community School
  • Played in the Sammamish Rowing Association from 2007-2011 where her V8+ team nationally placed 17th in 2009, sixth in 2010, and 12th in 2011 
  • Her team regionally placed fourth in 2009 and became two-time region champions in 2010 and 2011

Personal

  • Born in Austin, Texas 
  • Daughter of Wiryanto and Chairuna Antono 
  • Has one younger brother, Max 
  • Majoring in materials science and engineering with a minor in computer science
  • Enjoys playing piano, rock climbing, and math
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