Freshman (2010-11): In cross country, Rowe was the team's top finisher at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championship when she placed 37th ... had the second-highest finish for the Big Green at the Heps, placing 31st.
Before Dartmouth: Rowe was a four-year letterwinner in cross country and track at St. Johnsbury Academy ... lettered in soccer her sophomore year, and also in basketball her junior and senior year ... was captain of the cross country, track, and basketball teams her senior year ... in her sophomore through junior year, she won the Vermont Championship in track competing in events such as the 4x800m, 800m, 1500m and 3000m run ... in junior and senior year, she was selected as the Gatorade Vermont Runner of the Year in both cross country and track ... outside of athletics, she has received many scholar/athlete awards such as the Scott Leonard Award and the Class of 1947 Prize ... was also a member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Hannah is the daughter of Alan and Stephanie Rowe and has one brother and one sister ... at Dartmouth, she is interested in studying Psychology and plans to become a Sports Psychologist ... she would like to participate in Gospel Choir, or an acapella group.
Q & A with Hannah
I chose Dartmouth because, aside from the amazing opportunities it provides with studying abroad and academics, I liked the feel of the atmosphere when I stepped on campus. Also, it's Division I athletics, but the athletes also have other interests and passions besides their sports.
How long have you been running cross country and what got you interested in cross country?
I have been running cross country for two years now. I started as a soccer player, and was literally pulled from the team by my high school cross country coach the end of my sophomore year.
Have you won any academic or cross country awards recently?
I guess my most noteworthy awards were the Gatorade Awards for Vermont, which I received for Track and Field as well as Cross Country my junior and senior years.
Tell me something interesting about you that might come as a surprise to your teammates.
One kind of interesting thing is that my family is extremely musical, my dad being my high school music teacher, so music is a huge part of my life; I sing, play the saxophone, and piano.
What are your future plans, if any?
My future plans, for now, are to do something with sociology and Spanish.
|5K||17:21.76 (UNH - 4/26/14)|
|3K||10:02.19 (Yale/Columbia - 1/20/13)|
|10K||35:31.65 (Sam Howell - 4/5/13)|
|5K||17:10.05 ((Heps -2/23/13)||17:06.93 (Larry Ellis - 4/19/13)|
|1500m||4:46.21 (UVM/Midd - 4/14/12)|
|5000m||16:54.32 (Larry Ellis - 4/20/12)|
|10K||35:36.53 (Heps - 5/6/12)|
|3K: 10:12.05 (Val Classic - 2-12-11)||1500m: 4:45.83 (UNH -4-9-11)|
|Mile: 5:11.12 (D Classic - 2-5-11)|