Life at Stanford
• Science, technology and society major
• Emphasis on innovation and tech
• Summer after sophomore year was spent in Madagascar studying traditional medicine and health care systems
• Design for America club, working with team called Approaching Autism
• Resident computer consultant at her house
• Enjoys rollerblading, hiking, swimming drawing and painting
• Tallied second place with the varsity four at Head of the American, also racing in a pair
• Started the spring with the varsity four before suffering an injury
• Won both races at the Pac-12 Challenge, handing No. 3 Virginia its first loss of the year and defeating No. 16 Louisville
• Tallied a second place finish in the Collegiate/Open 4+ at the Head of the Lake
• Raced in two events at the Head of the American, placing fifth in the Women’s Collegiate 8+ with the Stanford A boat and 16th in the 2- with the Stanford C boat
•Placed second in the II Eight Petite Finals at the NCAA Championships
• Took fifth place in the II Eight at the PAC-12 Championships
• Defeated Syracuse in a morning dual race and placed first in a five-team afternoon competition as part of the II Eight at the Oregon State Classic
• Won two races with the Cardinal Four at the PAC-12 Women’s Challenge
• Came away with a third place finish in the Cardinal Four at the Lake Natoma Invitational
• A 2012 graduate of Aragon High School in San Mateo, Calif.
• Rowed for NorCal Crew from 2009-12
• Participated at Head of the Charles in 2010 and 2011
• Was part of USRowing Women's Junior National Team Selection Camp in 2011
• Born in San Mateo, Calif.
• Parents are Jeffrey Jacobs and Michele Bronstein
• Has two siblings, Sarah and Cameron
What does Stanford mean to you?
"I always really wanted to have an elite education and use rowing to the best of my advantage in order to get that education. I was looking at schools on the East coast and visited an Ivy League school and realized it wasn’t me. I came to Stanford and it was so different from what I experienced back East. I grew up in the Bay Area and Stanford had that creative vibe known in the Bay Area."