|High School:||Havergal College|
Junior (2015-16): Rowed in the two seat of the varsity 4 that defeated Northeastern and Navy at the Doc Hosea Invitational (7:53.15) … was the stroke in the varsity 4 that took fourth in the Grand Final at the Eastern Sprints Regatta (7:54.86) … at the Ivy League Championship, she stroked the varsity 4 that won the Petite Final (7:40.43).
Sophomore (2014-15): At the Eastern Sprints Regatta, she sat in the two seat of the varsity 4B that took second in the Grand Final (7:41.46) … was the three seat in the varsity 4B that placed second in the Petite Final at the Ivy League Championship (8:03.276).
Q&A With Sarah Caplice
I can't pinpoint exactly why I chose Dartmouth, but I can remember the moment I chose it. Several weeks after visiting campus, all at once I got this overwhelming feeling that if I didn't come to Dartmouth I would be making a huge mistake.
How long have you been rowing and what interested you about rowing?
I joined my high school's rowing team when I didn't make the volleyball team and became bored with my new found spare time. There was something indescribable that drew me to the mysterious cult like nature of the sport. I truly thought rowing would make me a cooler person. I have yet to determine if it has done so yet.
What is something about you that might come as a surprise to your teammates?
Growing up I was heavily involved in many different types of dance, gymnastics, musical theatre, and figure skating despite my obvious lack in gracefulness. Surprisingly though, I excelled in tap dancing.
What extracurricular activities are you involved in on campus?
I am member of Dartmouth's Big Green Readers program, where once a week myself and other varsity athletes read with children from the upper valley.