After serving as the cox for a Princeton varsity eight that earned bronze at the 2014 Eastern Sprints, Eden Full has now joined the coaching staff of the Princeton women's lightweight rowing team. She will assist head coach Paul Rassam and assistant Hank Zimmerman in all facets of the program for the 2014-15 season.
She had an impressive career as an undergraduate, which you can read about below:
At Princeton — 2014: coxed 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 ... Walked on freshman year and won a bronze medal in the novice 8+ at Eastern Sprints...bronze medal in the 2V8+ at Sprints sophomore year...took two years off to pursue Thiel Fellowship for an engineering project called SunSaluter...coxed the Canadian National Team's senior women's openwieght 8+ to win the Remenham Challenge Cup at the Royal Henly Regatta at Henley-on-Thames, UK and a gold medal at the Holland Beker Regatta in Amsterdam.Personal: born in Calgary, Canada...daughter of Bruce and Shelly Full...has a sister Vivian...studying mechanical engineering