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Anne Bertram
Position: Port
Height: 6'0"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
High School: National Cathedral School
Major: Undeclared

Freshman (2014-15)
• Made her collegiate debut at the Head of the American, winning the novice eight and placing 12th in the collegiate 4+

National
• Invited to the 2012 USRowing Junior Women’s National Team Sweep Selection Camp
• Selected to the Junior Nationals Worlds Development Team in 2013

High School
• Graduated from the National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C. in 2014
• Three-time Spring first team All-Met selection by the Washington Post
• First place finish at the Scholastic National Championship in the 8+ in 2012
• Won the state championship in the Freshmen 8+ in 2011
• Finished second in the 8+ at the state championships as a sophomore and junior
• Won a silver medal in the eight at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta in 2012, 2013 and 2014
• Finished first in the 20-minute row for the junior women’s division at the Mid-Atlantic Erg Sprints in 2012
• Holds the school record in the 2k and 5k pieces
• Senior captain
• Rowed with the Thompson’s Boat club
• Placed 2nd in the junior 4+, 4th in the junior 8+ and raced in the intermediate 8+ at the 2014 Club Nationals
• Won the 8+ for the Junior B division at US Rowing Club Nationals in 2011
• Won the 8+ and was second in the 4+ at the 2013 US Rowing Club Nationals Regatta
• Took fourth in the 8+ at the 2012 Canadian Henley Regatta
• Claimed seventh in the 8+ at the 2012 Head of the Charles
• Has never failed to make a Grand Final at a regatta
• Also lettered two years in basketball and one year in soccer

Personal
• Born Anne Bertram in Washington, D.C.
• Parents are Chris and Katy Bertram
• Mother, Katy, rowed at Wisconsin with Farooq for one season and won a NCAA Championship
• Has one brother, Paul

Why Bertram Chose Stanford
"Stanford is exactly the place I want to be for the next four years because there are limitless possibilities both academically and athletically. There is a huge focus on forward thinking, not only in the class room, but also in the athletic department with the way coaches and trainers approach student athletes. I can't wait to be on The Farm!"

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