Katie Courtin
Katie  Courtin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Buffalo, N.Y.

High School:
Phillips Exeter Academy

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 125

Position:
VL

Squad:
VL


High School:Earned the silver medal at theUSRowing Youth National Championships in the Women's Varsity Eight and won the gold medal at the NEIRA championships in the same event her senior year.

Freshman (2010):Coxed the First Freshmen Eight and coxed the Lightweight Four at the 2009 Head of the Charles.

Sophomore (2011):Coxed the Varsity Lightweight Eight to third place at the 2010 Princeton Chase, a best ever performance for Georgetown Crew.

Junior (2012): Coxed the Varsity Lightweight Eight to a fourth place finish at the IRA Championship, a duel season record of 7-2 including a first ever victory of the Fosburgh Cup duel race, a fourth place finish at the 2011 Head of the Charles Regatta, and a third place finish at the 2011 Princeton Chase.

Katie is a Science, Technology, and International Affairs major in the Walsh School of Foreign Service. She works for the Corp and is involved with New Student Orientation. Katie's older sister Allison, an accomplished rower and NCAA champion, has been a role model to Katie since 1992 and is currently the assistant coach for the Hoyas Freshmen Lightweight rowing squad.

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October 21
All Day
Head of the Charles HW/LW
Boston, Mass.
October 28
All Day
Head of the Schuylkill LW only
Philadelphia, Pa.
October 29
All Day
Princeton Chase HW/LW
Princeton, N.J.
November 4
All Day
Head of the Occoquan HW/LW
Fairfax Station, Va.