Women's Rowing

23 Named CRCA Scholar-Athletes

STANFORD, Calif. – The Collegiate Rowing Coaches of America (CRCA) announced 23 Stanford rowers have been named National Scholar-Athletes, excelling both on the water and in the classroom. 16 members of the women's rowing team and seven Cardinal lightweight rowers earned the honor, announced by the coaches association Thursday. 

In order to qualify for the honor, athletes needed to maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher, be of at least sophomore standing academically, and row in an NCAA or IRA boat for a minimum of 75 percent of the season's races.

Stanford women's rowing completed its 2024 season with a runner-up finish at the NCAA Championships in Bethel, Ohio. The Cardinal captured three podium finishes, including a national championship title in the second varsity eight. The 2024 campaign included the program's third consecutive Pac-12 team title with a sweep of the regatta's races and its third consecutive sweep of the conference's end-of-year honors.

The Cardinal's lightweight rowing program regained its place among the top teams in the country in 2024, finishing its season with a second-place finish in the Commissioner's Cup standings at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships at Mercer Lake. Stanford, by placing among the top four in all three events, was second as a team, scoring 66 points to 67 for first-place Princeton. The place was Stanford's best since winning its fifth consecutive Commissioner's Cup in 2019. 

Women's Rowing

Luise BachmannHuman Biology
Alice BakerUndeclared
Belle Battistoni Management, Science and Engineering
Lucy Black Science, Technology and Society
Julia Braz Bioengineering
Lettie Cabot Symbolic Systems
Julietta CamahortManagement, Science and Engineering
Nora GoodwillieUndeclared
Abbey HeinemannEnglish
Carolyn KennedyInternational Relations
Mathilda Kitzmann Mechanical Engineering
Beckie Leigh Product Design
Fiona MooneyEnvironmental Systems Engineering
Elli RowleyEarth Systems
Heather SchmidtManagement, Science and Engineering
Ellie SutroEconomics

Lightweight Rowing

Mikayla ChenIDMEN
Lydia GarnettEconomics
Hannah JusticzSymbolic Systems
Juliette LermusiauxBiomedical Computations
Maddie LloydEarth Systems
Anna MeurerMechanical Engineering and Computer Science / Mechanical Engineering (M.S.) 
Emily MolinsManagement Science & Engineering (MS)