2011-12: All-PCCSC women's skipper... sailed primarily in the fall, skippering five races... finished second with a crew of Kaitlyn Baab at the Navy Women's Regatta with three wins in seven races... won the PCCSC Women's Fall Championship with McKenzie Wilson, picking up five race wins... placed third at the fall PCCSC Singlehanded Championships, finishing off a 1-2-3 sweep on the women's side... part of winning Big Sail team, going 2-0 against the Bears on the San Francisco Bay.
2010-11: Raced as a skipper in all nine of her regattas, coming in first three times ... an All-PCCSC selection ... a part of Stanford's 14th-place performance at the National Women's Championships ... helped secure a second-place finish in the A Division by winning with 30 points ... placed in the top-five in seven of eight races at the South Regatta en route to her second win of the season ... also took first at the PCCSC Women's on April 23 after winning a season-high five races and never finishing out of the top-five ... placed in the top-three on five different occasions.
2009-10: All-Pacific Coast College Sailing Conference team as a skipper for the women's team... named PCCSC Sailor of the Week on the women's side following the top women's finish at the Wenner Invite in January, 2010 (seventh overall)... won the women's PCCSC title with crew Rebecca King in the A Division... finished 13th at women's nationals... part of seven wins in 14 regattas skippered on the season... finished 11th at singlehanded nationals in the fall... was the top finisher at the Bryson Women's Intersectional (of 10 teams), the North South, Frosh/Soph (17), JV (20) and Varsity Women's (9) PCCSC Championships in the fall and winning both the second and third North Sectionals in the spring... was also eighth of 20 teams at the St. Mary's (MD) Women's Intesectional in March. Prior to Stanford: Attended St. George's School in Newport, Rhode Island, competing in lacrosse, field hockey, swimming, cross country, ice hockey, tennis and sailing ... named a captain of the cross country team in 2009 ... was the 2008 New England Single-Handed champion and was named to Sailing World Magazine's 2007 team as an honorable mention selection ... three times competed at the U.S. Youth Championships from 2007 to 2009, placing fourth with her brother in 2007 and herself, as skipper, placing third in 2009 ... at the 2009 Double-Handed Fleet Nationals, placed seventh, while at Team Nationals placed third overall ... at the 2009 Single-Handed Championship placed 15th overall and was the second girl overall ... team won the Healy Trophy at the Single-Handed Championship in 2008 in Rhode Island and was fourth in the Singlehanded Junior Champioships in Michigan ... skippered the runner-up team at the U.S. Sailing Junior Women's Double-Handed Championship in Sausalito in 2008 and was 20th overall and the second girl at the U.S. Youth Championships ... also won the state championship in 2008 at the Rhode Island Double-Handed Championship in Greenwich, Rhode Island ... in 2007 was fourth overall at the U.S. Sailing Youth Championship as a member of the crew and was fifth in the Junior Double-Handed Championship as the skipper in Louisiana ... member of the U.S. National Team for Optimists from 2003 to 2006, competing at the 2003 African Championship in Port Elizabeth, South Africa ... also sailed at the North American Championships from 2003 to 2005 in Mexico, Texas, Trinidad, Tobago and West Indies for Team USA ... competed at the South American Championships in 2005 and 2006 in Argentina and Colombia ... sailed at the 2005 World Championships in Switzerland and the 2006 Rizzoti Team Race Championship in Venice, Italy ... also sailed at the 2009 International World Championships for Team USA in Italy, placing in the gold division despite never sailing the boat previously. Cardinal Catalogue: Daughter of Jeff and Linda ... has two siblings, Halsey and Graham ... brother, Halsy, was on the Penn Sailing team from 2007 to 2009, finishing 13th at Nationals in 2009 ... twice inducted into the Spanish Honors Society in high school ... also works at the Big Red horse barn on campus working with, teaching and riding horses ... interested in being a large animal veterinarian or working as a doctor in Africa ... majoring in international relations.