|High School:||Concord Carlisle|
Sophomore (2015-16): Rowed in the six seat of the varsity 8 that defeated BU and UMass (6:36.9) … at the Eastern Sprints Regatta, she was the six seat in the varsity 8 that placed third in the Grand Final (7:18.79) … rowed in the six seat of the varsity 8 that was third in the Petite Final, defeating Cornell (6:55.74).
Freshman (2014-15): At the Eastern Sprints Regatta, she sat in the two seat of the varsity 8 that placed second in the Grand Final (6:31.98) … rowed in the two seat of the varsity 8 that was second in the Petite Final at the Ivy League Championship (6:43.465).
Before Dartmouth: Attended Carlisle High School … eight-time letterwinner in cross country, indoor and outdoor track and cross country skiing … captain of the cross country ski team as a senior … competed in club rowing … as a senior, she won gold at club nationals in quad and eight U19 … fourth at Canadian Henley in U23 quad.
Personal: Sabrina Bohrer is the daughter of Carey Sands-Bohrer and Tom Bohrer … has one brother and one sister … her mother was a two-time rowing world champion and her father was a two-time silver medalist at the Olympics.
|Q&A with Sabrina Bohrer
I chose dartmouth because of the sense of community I felt when I stepped on campus. Both on and off the rowing team, I found myself surrounded by friendly people who were passionate about the school.
How long have you been rowing and what interested you about rowing?
In high school I really loved endurance sports like cross country running and cross country skiing. Both of my parents rowed competitively and encouraged me to give it a shot. I started rowing junior year in high school and rowed in the fall, spring, and summer, while continuing to cross country ski competitively for my school team in the winter.
What is something about you that might come as a surprise to your teammates?
I have been coached in rowing by both my parents.
What are your future plans, if any?
I am thinking about majoring in Geography with a Global Health minor.