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Alicia Kapjian-Pitt
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Francisco, Calif.
High School: St. Ignatius
Major: Communication

2013-14 (Junior)

  • Member of the varsity eight 
  • Placed second in the Grand Final of the varsity eight after winning the heat at the IRA National Championships 
  • Captured the gold in the 1V8 open event at the WIRA Championships 
  • Claimed a victory at the San Diego Crew Classic to win the Women’s Collegiate Lightweight Trophy 
  • Posted a victory in the Women’s Open 8+ and finished fourth with the Stanford C four at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships 
  • Downed 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 a dual race at the Pac-12 Challenge 
  • Missed the fall season while studying abroad in Florence, Italy

2012-13 (Sophomore)

  • Bow seat for the IRA National Champions 
  • Took first place in the WIRA Championships 
  • Won the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships in the Women’s Open Eight 
  • Member of the first place Varsity Eight at the San Diego Crew Classic

2011-12 (Freshman)

  • Finished second in the Lightweight Four at the WIRA Championships
  • Won the Lightweight Four at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships

High School

  • A 2011 graduate of St. Ignatius College Prep
  • Lettered three times in rowing and played basketball her freshman year 
  • Captained the team two years in 2009 and 2011
  • Her JV boat placed third at the 2009 regional competition 
  • Was an alternate for the Varsity 8+ that placed sixth at Nationals in 2009 
  • Two-time Dedication Award winner in 2010 and 2011


  • Born in San Francisco, Calif. 
  • Daughter of Morley Pitt and Elaine Kapjian-Pitt 
  • Has two siblings, Nathan and Julianna 
  • Brother, Nathan is a UC San Diego rower 
  • Sister, Julianna was a Stanford rower on the open weight team
  • Majoring in communication