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Princeton W. Rowing - Lightweight BIO
 Juliette Hackett

At Princeton — 2015: stroked the 1V to a return to the medal stand at Eastern Sprints with a bronze medal … placed fourth at the IRA national championships and challenged for a medal most of the race despite coming from the repechages … earned Academic All-IRA honors … upset defending national champion Radcliffe to reclaim the Class of 1999 Cup … retained the Class of 2006 Cup over Georgetown … reached as high as No. 2 in the national poll. 2014: stroked the varsity eight to a bronze medal at Eastern Sprints … returned V8 to IRA grand final, where it finished fifth … retained the Class of 2006 Cup against Georgetown.

Before Princeton — set 100k world record with Emily Wiebe ’16 in the 19 & Under women's lightweight tandem for Concept2 Rowing … placed second in lightweight 4+ at Southwest Junior Regionals and fifth at Youth Nationals; also earned second in the varsity 4+ at Southwest Junior Regionals and fifth at Youth Nationals … two-year team captain … began rowing in eighth grade … finished second overall and first among high schoolers in Strides For Life 4-mile race (2011) … class salutatorian … member of the 2012 USRowing Scholastic Honor Roll … recipient of the Wellesley Book Award … National Merit Commended Scholar.

Personal — born Oct. 6, 1995 … daughter of Marty and Sylvia Hackett … father is a retired San Francisco Parks and Recreation gardener; mother is an x-ray technician … has an older brother Daniel … enjoys crafts, watching movies, and reading … studying sociology with certificates in gender and sexuality studies and American studies.

Year: Junior
Hometown: Colma, Calif.
High School: Mercy