150 Years
Ice Hockey MM
Princeton W. Rowing - Open BIO
 Olivia Sayvetz

At Princeton — 2014: CRCA Scholar-Athlete honoree … coxed the 2V to a silver medal in the NCAA Championships grand final … helped the 2V win bronze at the NCAA Championships after a perfect regular season (10-0). 2013: coxed the 2V to a 9-1 record and the grand final of the NCAA Championships … helped the Tigers place third overall in the NCAA team competition … earned bronze medal at Ivy League Championships in the 2V. 2012: coxswain in the varsity four during her freshman season … earned a silver medal at the inaugural Ivy Sprints … placed fifth in the NCAA grand final and helped Princeton to fourth place team finish at national championships; it was the first time the fours made the grand final since 1997.

Before Princeton — invited to Junior National Team selection camp in both 2010 and 2011 … picked for 2012 USRowing U23 Freshmen Camp Invitational … coxswain of the men's lightweight 4+ that placed fourth at the 2010 Junior Nationals … led the women's V4x+ to win at the 2011 International Brentwood Regatta … qualified for Windermere Cup Invitational … part of the Women's V4x+ that placed 1st at the Windermere Cup, 2011 … part of the Women's V4x+ that won Junior Northwest Regionals, 2011… lettered two years in soccer at Vashon … team captain … valedictorian … recipient of both the AP Calculus Torch Pin and AP Government Torch Pin.

Personal — born May 20, 1993 … daughter of Roy Sayvetz and Jane Howard … father is a yacht captain; mother is a teacher and curriculum director …has a brother Tyler … enjoys sailing, traveling, backpacking and camping … interested in studying in the Woodrow Wilson School and pursuing a certificate in Spanish.

Year: Senior
Hometown: Vashon, Wash.
High School: Vashon
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