At Princeton – 2015:
stroked the Princeton V8 to a bronze at the IRA Championships; it was Princeton’s first IRA V8 medal since 2006 … won bronze at the Eastern Sprints and helped Princeton win the Rowe Cup (team points title) for first time since 2005 … was set to row in the Ladies Plate Challenge competition at the Royal Henley Regatta, but was injured prior to the competition … helped Princeton reclaim the Compton Cup over Harvard for the first time since 2006 … won the Navy-Princeton Rowing Cup, the Childs Cup and the Content Cup as well. 2014:
stroked the varsity eight to a bronze medal at the Eastern Sprints … led Princeton to fourth-place finish at the IRA Championships, its best since a silver in 2006 … won a silver medal in the Australian 8+ at the U23 World Championships in Varese, Italy … helped Princeton reclaim the Content Cup for the first time since 2011; Tigers also retained the Navy-Princeton Rowing Cup and the Childs Cup. 2013:
rowed in the 3 seat and helped the V8 to the grand finals at both the Eastern Sprints and IRA national championships … led Princeton to fourth-place finish at Sprints and sixth at IRAs …finished 6th at 2010 Head of the Charles (4+) … member of the 2012 varsity … finished 3rd at the 2012 U23 World Championships for Australia in the 4- event.
Before Princeton – won the Australian Schoolboy National Championship 8+, as well as the 2007, 2008 and 2009 Head of the Rivers … won the Stewards Challenge Cup 2012 at Henley Royal Regatta … played Rugby, Australia Rules Football (AFL), and swam before Princeton … rowed on Australian U23 team 2011 & 12 … won Henley Royal Regatta Fawley Challenge Cup in 2010.
Personal – born Jan. 2, 1992 … son of Cynthia and Charles Masters … has a brother Andrew … enjoys reading, gardening, bird watching, lawnballs, book binding and World of Warcraft … plans to major in history.