Georgetown Women's Rowing Announces Class of 2012
June 10, 2008
Washington, D.C. - Georgetown Women's Crew Head Coach Glenn Putyrae announced the incoming Class of 2012 this afternoon. Isabel Aguirre-Kelly, Jordan Albright, Taylor Dana, Katherine Farrell, Jackie Fogarty, Maggie Girard, Kate Imel, Mimi Inuzuka, Becca Kisner, Alex Kloppenburg, Erin Landy, Jade-Isis Lefebvre, Angela Nelson, Jacqueline Pasulka and Bridget Stinson will all don the Blue and Gray next season.
Aguirre-Kelly is from Washington, Conn. and rows for Choate Rosemary Hall, where she is currently three seat in the first varsity four. Aguirre-Kelly also captained Choate's volleyball team and was named a New England All Star in her senior year.
Albright is from Annandale, Va. and rows for Thomas Jefferson High School, where she was a second team All-Met and served as team captain in her senior year. In her sophomore year, Albright's crew finished second at the Stotesbury Cup.
Dana is from Ottawa Hills, Ohio and rows for St. Ursula Academy. Dana stroked St. Ursula's junior eight to victory at the Scholastic Rowing Association national championship in her sophomore year. Her varsity eight finished first and second at the Midwest Scholastic championships in her junior and senior years.
Farrell is from Washington, D.C. and competes for Georgetown Visitation, and earned her team's Most Improved award as a novice rower her junior year. Farrell also competes in cross country for Visitation, and captained the swim team in her senior year.
Fogarty is from Niskayuna, N.Y .and rows for Niskayuna High School, and earned the "Top Bolt" award in the fall of her senior year as her team's most essential rower. Fogarty won gold in both the double and quad at the Empire State Games in 2007.
Girard is from Bethesda, Md. and competes for Walt Whitman high school, where she served as team captain in her senior year. Girard's crews won the National Capital Championships in her freshman, sophomore and junior years.
Imel is from Dallas, Texas and rows for the Episcopal School, and recently finished second in the senior double at the 2008 Stotesbury Cup regatta. Imel also plays soccer for Episcopal, and as a senior captained the volleyball team to their first conference title in twenty years.
Inuzuka is from Honolulu, Hawaii and competes for Choate Rosemary Hall. Inuzuka earned an invitation to train with the Southeast Junior Development Camp following her junior year, and placed fifth in the Junior A four at the 2007 USRowing Club National Championships.
Kisner is from North Hampton, N.H. and rows for Phillips Exeter Academy, where she captained her team to the NEIRA Eights championship in her senior year. As a junior, Kisner competed with Exeter in England for two weeks, winning the junior eight at the Reading Amateur Regatta and advancing to the semi-finals of the Women's Henley Regatta.
Kloppenburg is from Acton, Mass. and competes for the Middlesex School. Kloppenburg's crew was undefeated in her sophomore year, helping Middlesex to the New England fours team championship. In her junior year, Kloppenburg finished third at New England's in the second four.
Landy is from Burke, Va. and rows for Lake Braddock High School, where she was named 2nd team All-Met and served as team captain in her senior year. Landy is also an accomplished runner, earning multiple All-District, All-Region and All-State honors in cross country and indoor and outdoor track.
Lefebvre is from Montreal, Quebec and competes for Phillips Academy in Andover, and finished second in the varsity eight at the 2007 and 2008 New England championships. Lefebvre also plays ice hockey and soccer for Andover, and won the New England soccer title in her senior year.
Nelson is from Norfolk, Va. and rows for Norfolk Academy, where she served as team captain in both her junior and senior years. Nelson recently placed second in the varsity eight at the Eastern Virginia championships. Nelson also captained Norfolk's volleyball team to their first conference title since 1995.
Pasulka is from Glenview, Ill. and competes for Loyola Academy, and served as team captain in her senior year. In her freshman year, Pasulka finished fourth at Scholastic Nationals. More recently, Pasulka's varsity eight finished third at the 2008 Midwest Scholastic Championships.
Stinson is from Princeton, N.J. and attends the Hun School, where she is an accomplished soccer, basketball and lacrosse player. On the lacrosse field, Stinson earned first team All-State honors in her junior year, and captained her team to the independent schools state semi-finals as a senior.