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Scott Roycroft
Position: Starboard
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Greenbrae, Calif.
High School: Redwood
Major: Earth Systems
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The Roycroft File
• Majoring in earth systems
• Worked with outer Queens neighborhood in New York on an urban agriculture plan following Hurricane Sandy
• Studies concentration of carbon and nitrogen in soils from the Peruvian Amazon at the Global Center for Ecology lab
• Involved with Stanford Sierra Camp and Stanford Outdoor Education
• Worked at a youth mountain biking camp following freshman year
• Enjoys hiking, mountain biking and being outdoors

2014-15 (Senior)
• All-Pac-12
• Pac-12 All-Academic first team
• IRA All-Academic Team

• Member of the varsity eight
• Four race victories on the season
• Finished sixth in the C Final at the IRA National Championships for 18th overall

• Earned a bronze medal at the Pac-12 Championships
• Recorded victories against No. 17 Oregon State and No. 11 Wisconsin at the Pac-12 Challenge

• Posted wins over Santa Clara and UC San Diego at the Stanford Invitational
• Took second with the varsity eight in a dual against No. 8 Boston University
• Lost to No. 1 Cal in the Big Row, his final collegiate race at Redwood Shores

• Finished third in the varsity eight at the San Diego Crew Classic
• Competed in the 50th Head of the Charles, placing ninth overal and sixth among colleges

2013-14 (Junior)
• Pac-12 All-Academic first team 
• IRA All-Academic team
• Member of the varsity eight lineup
• Won two races, including the C Final at the IRA National Championships 
• Earned a bronze medal at the Pac-12 Championships 
• Went undefeated in three races at the Stanford Invitational, picking up wins over No. 12 Wisconsin, UCSD and USD
• Sat bow seat for first place finishes in the varsity eight and varsity four at the Davis Invitational 
• Notched a third place finish in the Grand Final of the San Diego Crew Classic after winning the prelims heat
• Lost to No. 2 Cal in the Big Row
• Defeated No. 18 Oregon State in head-to-head action
• Lost in a dual race with No. 3 Washington 
• Helped Stanford to a third place finish in the Men’s Championship Four at the 49th Head of the Charles regatta

2012-13 (Sophomore)
• Pac-12 All-Academic second team choice 
• IRA All-Academic team 
• Competed with the Varsity I Eight for all the races 
• Eighth place at the IRA National Championships
• Earned silver at the Pac-12 Championships 
• Captured the Schwabacher Cup for the first time since 2008 by defeating Cal at The Big Row
• Downed Wisconsin, Oregon State and Orange Coast College in head-to-head action at the Stanford Invitational 
• Won the UC Davis Invite, finishing ahead of Santa Clara and Sonoma State
• Finished second in the race for the Copley Cup at the San Diego Crew Classic
• Third place at the Newport Autumn Rowing Festival 
• Member of the men’s four that captured the Championship Four class at the Head of the Charles regatta

2011-12 (Freshman)
• Rowed with the Frosh Eight that placed 14th overall and second in the third final of the IRA National Championships 
• Member of the Frosh Eight that placed fourth at the Pac-12 Championships 
• Novice eight won the Head of the Lagoon, defeating varsity eights from Sacramento State, UC Davis and Santa Clara in the Open 8 division

High School
• Rowed for three years with Marin Rowing Association, placing second in the Junior 8 at Nationals in 2010, and first in 2011 
• Placed first in the 2011 Head of the Charles Regatta in the Junior 8 
• Placed first in the Men's Pair at Southwest Regionals in 2010, and first in the Men's 4+ in 2011
• In 2008 placed third in the NorCal Mountain Biking Freshman division

• Raised by mother Debbie and father Glen
• Has one sister Rebecca 

Roycroft on Stanford
"Stanford makes the little things in life so easy. It is easy to have friends, get food and the living conditions are great. Then they create challenges for you to push yourself academically and athletically. They challenge your brain and body to an extreme level.”