Alumnae in College

Because of the time commitment Rowing requires, it can add some challenges to a student’s day.  But by developing excellent time management skills, our student-athletes prove they can handle it!  Rowing develops discipline, structure and perseverance.  Rowers are often at the top of their class and end up accomplishing more than most other students even with Rowing.  The challenges are outweighed by the rewards of accomplishing goals they never thought possible and establishing friendships that last a lifetime.

In our short existence, our student-athletes have moved onto the fine universities below. We are very proud of them and wish them continued success. They have proven they have what it takes to succeed!

Gracie Abdalla, ’18 – Boston University

Tori Abdalla, ‘17 – Boston University

Cameron Cunningham, ’17 – University of Florida*

Leniza Dever, ’17 – Stetson University*

Abigayle Goins, ’18 – University of Florida

Jennifer Huha, ’17 – Florida Institute of Technology

Sofia Isaac, ’17 – University of Florida

Isabella McKinnon, ’17 – Boston College

Nicolette McPharlin, ’18 – University of Georgia*

Rebekah Pereira, ’18 – Clemson University

Veronica Pereira, ’16 – University of Florida

Grace Plass, ’17 – University of Florida

Renata Sakhnovsky, ’18 – University of Central Florida*

*Rowing in college

2018 Seniors
2017 Seniors: Cameron Cunningham, Leniza Dever, Tori Abdalla, Grace Plass, Jenni Huha