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Shroyer competed in varsity sectionals all four seasons and placed in top 16 in each event in which she competed, including top eight finishes for the and free in Why Shroyer Chose Cornell: I choose Cornell for not only the academic rigor and successful rowing team, but for the environment that surrounds both of those.
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I feel that I will be able to be a part of a positive, energetic yet challenging and competitive environment. Caroline Ressler — Wayne, Pa. Radnor HS Ressler earned three varsity letters in rowing at Radnor high school.
She served as the varsity team captain as a senior, after holding the role of captain of the freshman team in As a junior, Ressler won the gold medal in the varsity four at the Stotesbury Cup and took the silver medal in the varsity four at the Philadelphia City Championships.
She also earned the bronze medal in the freshman eight at the Philadelphia City Championships. Why Ressler Chose Cornell: I chose Cornell because as soon as I stepped on campus, I immediately liked the campus vibe.
Everyone I met was so friendly and helpful. Additionally, I was looking for a school with a challenging academic program, a very competitive Division I rowing team, and great success in both post-graduate education acceptance and post-graduate employment. Cornell is the perfect mix of all three of those, as well as a beautiful campus and amazing facilities. Katie Schretter — Wilmette, Ill.
New Trier HS Schretter spent four years on the New Trier high school rowing team, winning a gold medal at the SRAA Scholastic Nationals in the women's first varsity eight as a senior after earning a silver medal in the same event as a junior. She also won silver medals at the SRAA Scholastic Nationals in the women's freshmen eight and the women's junior eight Schretter took home four straight gold medals from the Midwest Scholastic Championships, winning the freshmen eight inthe women's junior eight inand the women's first varsity eight in and She also helped the women's varsity eight to an eighth place finish at the Head of the Charles Regatta.
Schretter also played basketball for New Trier. Why Schretter Chose Cornell: I chose Cornell University because it was obvious right when I visited that the team was extremely close-knit and willing to work hard in both academics and athletics. I've always loved being part of a team and knowing that I'll be a part of this one makes the transition to college that much easier.
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Also as someone going in undecided, the School of Engineering has so many options that I'm excited to be able to explore so that I can really find something I love doing when I eventually enter life after college. Brooke Travis — Saratoga Springs, N. She also took home a national championship in the women's freshmen eight at the event. In her final season with the club, Travis won a gold medal in the women's senior eight at the NY State Championship, as well as finishing sixth overall at the Head of the Charles in the youth women's eight.
Travis also helped the U19 women's eight to a third place finish at the Canadian Henley, and earned top finished at the SRAA Scholastic Nationals fourth place — women's jayvee quad and the Stotesbury Cup Regatta first place — women's freshman eight. Why Travis Chose Cornell: Cornell gives me the strongest academic and research opportunities to excel, while still providing numerous clubs and activities pertaining to my interests in the environment and humanitarian issues.
I found the faculty to be excited to teach and the students excited to learn. Cornell's large campus allows me to explore and meet students from many different cultures around the globe. On top of that the supportive and dynamic atmosphere on the rowing team will allow me to continue to challenge and improve myself. All these factors led me to believe that Cornell is the perfect fit.
Alex Uzzo — Ambler, Pa. Mount Saint Joseph Academy A four-year letter winner at Mount Saint Joseph Academy, Uzzo was a member of the varsity eight in her final two seasons, after rowing in the lightweight eight as a sophomore. A three-time Philadelphia City Champion,she helped the varsity eight to a gold medal at the Stotesbury Cup, a silver at the Head of the Schuylkill, and a top eight finish at the Women's Henley Regatta.
Uzzo also earned a silver medal in the lightweight eight at SRAA Scholastic Nationals and placed seventh overall with that same boat at the Youth Nationals. She also lettered twice in volleyball at Mount Saint Joseph Academy, helping the team to first place in the Catholic Academy league in Why Uzzo Chose Cornell: I chose Cornell because of the high caliber academics and the incredible energy evident in the team.
Cornell had always been one of my top choices, but when I went on my official visit I knew it was where I belonged. The culture of both the school and the team really struck me as an environment in which I would be excited and able to grow and thrive. Isabel Wothe — Jacksonville, Fla.
Episcopal School of Jacksonville Wothe rowed four years at Episcopal School of Jacksonville, winning Florida Scholastic Rowing Association State Championships in the varsity doublevarsity pair and the freshmen eight She also won a gold medal at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta Champion in the junior double and silver at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America National Championship in the varsity double.
Wothe also finished in 5th place and 6th place in the pair event at the USRowing Youth National Championship. As a member of the Jacksonville Rowing Club, Wothe won Florida Scholastic Rowing Association State Championships in the junior doublethe varsity pair, and the varsity double She was selected to row in the CanAmMex quad and double in and Why Wothe Chose Cornell: I chose Cornell because of its amazing academics combined with a committed and close-knit team.
I felt at home on campus, and couldn't give up the opportunity to row for the Big Red. The event, started inis organized and governed by the Department of Education or DepEd. Student-athletes from public and private schools at elementary and secondary levels can compete provided they qualified by winning at their regional meet. For young Filipino student-athletes, Palarong Pambansa is the culmination of school sports competition, which start with local school intramurals, followed by the congressional district, provincial, and regional athletic meets.
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The objectives of the Palaro are: To promote Physical Education and sports as an integral part of the Basic Education curriculum for holistic development of the youth; Inculcate the spirit of discipline, teamwork, excellence, fair play, solidarity, sportsmanship, and other values inherent in sports; Promote and achieve peace by means of sports; Widen the base for talent identification, selection, recruitment, training and exposure of elementary pupils and secondary students to serve as a feeder to the National Sports Association NSA for international competitions; and Provide a database for a valid and universal basis to further improve the school sports development programs.
History The first game was held in Manila in It continued yearly until it was cancelled in because of the death of President Ramon Magsaysay. InTagbilaranBohol hosted the 10th edition of the game. Inand Palarong Pambansa did not run. Between and the event's cancellation was due to the People Power Revolution.