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Callie Heiderscheit
Position: Port/Starboard
Height: 5'11"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Bettendorf, Iowa
High School: Bettendorf
Major: Undeclared

2014-15 (Freshman)
• Team placed sixth at the NCAA Championships and fourth at the Pac-12 Championships
• Member of the second varsity eight
• Posted five race victories on the year
• Won the petite final at the NCAA Championships to place seventh overall

• Finished fourth at the Pac-12 Championships

• Notched two wins, including one over No. 16 Notre Dame at the Lake Natoma Invitational
• Tallied two second-place finishes at the Oregon State Classic

• Competed against No. 2 Virginia and No. 16 Washington State at the Pac-12 Challenge
• Lost to No. 2 Cal in the Big Row

• Made her collegiate debut at Head of the American, earning a win in the novice eight and placing 13th in the collegiate 8+
• Won the collegiate 4+ and took second in the collegiate 8+ at Head of the Lagoon

• Attended the National Team Sculling Selection Camp in Milford, Conn. in 2012

High School
• Graduated from Bettendorf High School in 2014
• Rowed for the Y Quad Cities Rowing Association
• Club set the small team 100,000 meter erg test record by 31 minutes
• Won gold in the 4x at both Youth Nationals and Midwest Regionals in 2014
• Captured two gold medals in the 2x and 4x at both the 2012 and 2013 Midwest Regionals
• Went on to take silver in the 4x at the 2012 Club Nationals
• Won gold in the B 4x and B 2x at the 2011 Club Nationals and Midwest Regionals while taking fifth in the 4x at the Youth Nationals that year
• Silver in the A 4x and bronze in the B 4x at the 2010 Club Nationals
• Bronze in the A 1x at the 2013 Club Nationals
• Attended National Team Camp and finished in 11th in 2012
• Bronze in the 1x at the 2011 Head of the Hooch

• Born Callie Heiderscheit in Washington D.C.
• Parents are John and Robin Heiderscheit
• Has three siblings, Stowe, Lucy and Emma

Heiderscheit on Choosing Stanford
"I chose Stanford because of everything encompassed by the school – a student body with astounding passions, a rowing team with admirable focus, incredibly knowledgeable coaches – amazed me. I don’t know if I am a perfect fit for Stanford today, but in the next four years I’ll make that my mission. Being a fit for Stanford means fitting with the most inquisitive and accomplished students in the world.”