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Girls Rowing

Kent School Girls Rowing

Girls Rowing

For the last 50 years, Girls Rowing at Kent has developed a program that challenges students to be sharp physically and mentally, and to push themselves as individuals and as part of a crew.

Kent School Girls Rowing Team Photo

There are many ways to make boats move. What helps them go really fast is a rare combination of concentration, boat sense, training, technical preparation, and trust.

Skill Development & Teamwork

Girls Rowing at Kent emphasizes the fundamentals, dedication, and rowing’s distinct blend of individual performance and reliance on teammates. Rowing is a sport that gives back what an individual invests. No one succeeds in rowing without committing to training and having fun with the sweat equity required.

Leadership & Character Development

In many parts of the world, rowing is considered an elitist sport. At Kent, we aim to make rowing a community sport accessible to everyone.  We hope to be a leader in breaking down the entry barriers to broader participation in the sport.

Coach Christine Wilson

Coach Wilson brings to Kent a remarkable wealth of experience, previously serving as Head Coach of Women’s Rowing at Yale University, Assistant Women’s Coach of the U.S. Olympic Team, Head Coach of Women’s Rowing at Cornell University, Chief Coach at Oxford University Women’s Boat Club, and Senior Assistant Women’s Coach at Rowing Canada Aviron. Coach Wilson was a two-time captain of Yale Women’s Crew and named a “Pioneer in Rowing” by Power Ten of New York.

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Kent School Christine Wilson headshot


 


 

Girls Rowing Roster

Name Class
Katherine Armstrong 2024
Thaïs Bezerra 2026
Sophie Braver 2023
Lila Bruun 2026
Brooke Cesarski 2025
Elizabeth Cobb 2024
Marielle Courtney 2024
Siwen Cui 2023
Brioni Earle 2025
Eleanor Eldredge 2024
Tiffany Ezeanuna 2025
Sofia Graeff 2025
Solana Hickey 2026
Jacalyn Jagtiani 2024
Ella Kalmbach 2023
Nora Kane 2024
Margot Kukulski 2026
Elle Lafontan 2024
Clarissa Landsman 2023
Jane Leahy 2024
Serena Lowy 2024
Samantha Maynard 2024
Ryann McDonald 2024
Katherine McDonnell 2026
Annabelle McLean 2023
Arden Minor 2024
Tatyana Moore 2025
Sara Oakley 2024
Lilly Pantelogianis 2025
Dorotea Parivodic 2023
Annabel Pauli 2024
Cokie Rice 2025
Hudson Saunders 2025
Victoria Schrameier 2023
Madeleine Smith 2024
Stella Sweitzer 2025
Jayda Wang 2026
Ophelia Weiss 2026
Averi Weninger 2023
Marion Wright 2024
Emily Yu 2026

Girls Rowing Schedule and Results

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vs.
Deerfield Academy
Home
Loss
-
vs.
Phillips Academy
Home
Phillips Academy
Win 545-557
All Day
vs.
Phillips Exeter Academy Invitational
Away
Lake Quinsigamond
Loss
All Day
vs.
St. Andrew's Regatta
Away
St. Andrews Regatta
All Day
vs.
Founders Day Regatta
Lake Waramaug
Scrimmage
-
vs.
Kent Invitational
Away
Lake Waramaug
All Day
vs.
Lower Boat Regatta
Away
Lake Waramaug
All Day
vs.
Northeast Regionals
Away
Lake Quinsigamond
-
vs.
New England Championships
Away
Lake Quinsigamond


 


 

Recent Success

  • NEIRA Champions, 1st boat— 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1996, 1997, 2005, 2016
  • NEIRA Champions, 2nd boat— 1985, 1986, 1987, 2002, 2005, 2015
  • NEIRA Champions, 3rd boat— 2010, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • NEIRA Team Champions—2005, 2015
  • National Champions— 1986, 1987, 2016

Recent Alumni

College programs: KSBC alumnae go on to row at top Division I and Division III colleges.


National & international competition: KSBC alumnae have raced in the Oxford-Cambridge race, Henley Royal Regatta, Women’s Henley Regatta, Junior & Senior World Championships, and the Olympic Games.