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Jackie Huddle
Position: Port/Starboard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: New Albany, Ohio
High School: New Albany
Major: Undeclared
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The Huddle File
• Plans to major in international relations with a minor in Spanish
Did research on human trafficking with the law school, medical school and history departments
Volunteers with Project SWEEP, teaching kids to erg and work out through EPATT
Member of the Autism Awareness Group, working on Autism Walk
Joined the Stanford Association for International Development
In high school raised $25,000 for an orphanage in Haiti as a member of Partners in Health Engage
Enjoys surfing, running, playing ultimate frisbee and baking
Did ballet for 11 years
Sister, Stephanie, played club lacrosse at Michigan and brother, David, swam on the club team at Ohio State

2014-15 (Sophomore)
• IRA Team National Champion
• IRA Varsity Eight National Champion
• All-WIRA First Team
• CRCA Scholar Athlete
• IRA All-Academic Team

• Member of the varsity eight
• Went undefeated in 11 races with the varsity eight this spring
• Sat six seat for the IRA Grand Final, winning the national title with a time of 6:32.236
• Won the PCRC open eight and collegiate 4+ events 
• Set a lightweight course record in a Big Row win over the Cal 3V8
• Posted two wins on Lake Natoma to win the WIRA Championship

• Notched a win in the Lightweight Invite, topping No. 2 Harvard, No. 4 Boston University, No. 5 Wisconsin and No. 9 MIT
• Defeated No. 4 Boston University in a dual on the Charles River
• Won the San Diego Crew Classic with the varsity eight

• Stroked the varsity eight at the 50th Head of the Charles, finishing in eighth place and fifth among colleges

2013-14 (Freshman)
• Made the varsity eight as a freshman
• Placed second in the Grand Final of the varsity eight after winning the heat at the IRA National Championships
• Won gold in the 1V8 open event at the WIRA Championships
• Captured the Women’s Collegiate Lightweight Trophy with a win at the San Diego Crew Classic
• Placed first in the Women’s Open 8+ and second with the Stanford B four at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships 
• Helped the openweights win the school’s first Pac-12 Championship with a bronze medal in the novice eight 
• Posted a win over No. 2 Cal’s 3V8 in the Big Row
• Took second at the Lightweight Invitational with five of the top seven teams in Boston and won against No. 4 Boston University and No. 5 Wisconsin in a three-team race 
• Defeated Saint Mary’s in head-to-head action at the Pac-12 Challenge
• Won two gold medals at the Head of the Lagoon, winning both the Women’s Open 4+ and Women’s Open 8+ with the Stanford A boats 
• Made her collegiate debut in stroke seat of the Varsity Eight for the fifth place finish at the 49th Head of the Charles regatta

• Finished second in the reps of the lightweight 2x at the 2014 U-23 trials with teammate Katherine Christel

High School
• Graduated in 2013 from New Albany High School 
• Competed with the Westerville Club Rowing team 
• Captain of the club team her senior year 
• Gold medalist in 2013 at the Midwest Virtual Erg Competition 
• Placed 16th in the lightweight eight at the 2011 US Rowing Youth National Championships
• Took second place in the varsity eight at the 2010 Midwest Junior Rowing Championships 
• Finished in 14th of the varsity eight at the 2010 US Rowing Youth National Championships 
• Participated in lacrosse, cross country and ballet at New Albany 

• Born in Columbus, Ohio
• Parents are Greg and Pat Huddle
• Has two siblings, Stephanie and David

Huddle on Stanford
"Stanford is amazing. Academics are my first priority, but rowing is very important and we are always going for the gold. I love being here and love being in California."