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Courtesy: University of Pennsylvania
Four Women's Rowers Earn CRCA Honors
Courtesy: University of Pennsylvania  
Release:  05/29/2014

PHILADELPHIA – The Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) has announced its Scholar Athlete and All-Region teams for women’s rowing at the NCAA Division I level, and the University of Pennsylvania had four women honored.

In order to be named a CRCA Scholar Athlete, student-athletes must achieve the criteria described below:
*The student-athlete has met all eligibility rules as defined by her institution
*The student-athlete is in her second, third or fourth year of eligibility
*The student-athlete rowed in her institution's NCAA or IRA eligible boat(s) for a minimum of 75% of the current spring races or racing in a regional conference event.
*The student-athlete has had a 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher for her career (through the fall semester/quarter for the current competition year)

To attain All-Region status, nominated student-athletes are evaluated on the strength of their team's regional finish, coaches’ recommendations, and their 2,000-meter erg score. Nominees must be eligible student-athletes who have competed in their team’s varsity boat in 75 percent of races this season.

Sophomore Jenna Hebert was a double honoree. She was named first-team all-region (New England) as well as one of the Quakers’ four Scholar Athletes. Hebert has been an all-region selection each of the last two years. As a first-team all-region selection, Hebert is eligible for All-America honors, which will be announced following the NCAA Rowing Championships later this week.

The other Scholar Athletes from Penn were Jasmine Azizi, Emily Redfield and Elizabeth Stulpin. For both Redfield and Stulpin, this marked their second time earning the honor.

‹ Penn Women's Rowing

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