Johnson Named Corvias Patriot League Women's Rowing Scholar-Athlete

May 18, 2017

WASHINGTON - Georgetown University senior Christina Johnson (Redding, Conn./Joel Barlow) was named the Corvias Patriot League Women's Rowing Scholar-Athlete, as announced by the league office on Thursday. Johnson, and fellow seniors Sabrina Gosman (Newton, Mass./Winsor School) and Margaret Dunne (Larchmont, N.Y./Convent of the Sacred Heart) were all named Academic All-League as well.

Johnson is now a three-time Academic All-League selection and a two-time Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete. She has been named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll each of her seasons on the Hilltop. On the water, Johnson was a key part of the varsity 8+ squad that placed fourth overall at the Patriot League Championship to help the Hoyas finish third overall, their best showing since joining the league in 2014 for women's rowing.

Gosman was the coxswain for the varsity 8+ boat in every race this season for the Blue & Gray. She is a back-to-back honoree with Academic All-League and CRCA Scholar-Athlete honors while also being named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll each of her seasons with the Hoyas. Gosman is one of two GU women's rowers named Phi Beta Kappa this year.

Dunne joined Johnson and Gosman as an integral cog in the varsity 8+ boat. She is also two-time honoree with Academic All-League and CRCA Scholar-Athlete honors while also being named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll each of her seasons with the Hoyas. Dunne joins Gosman as one of two GU women's rowers named Phi Beta Kappa this year.

Georgetown finished third overall at the Patriot League Championship, its best finish since joining the Patriot League for women's rowing in 2014.

2017 Patriot League Corvias Women's Rowing Scholar-Athlete:
Christina Johnson, Georgetown

Women's Rowing Academic All-League:
Emma Quirk, Boston University, So. (Earth & Environmental Science -- 3.73)
Kathryn Quick, Boston University, So. (Computer Science -- 3.87)
Margaret Dunne, Georgetown, Sr. (International Health -- 3.87)
Sabrina Gosman, Georgetown, Sr. (Economics, minor Business Admin. -- 3.92)
Christina Johnson, Georgetown, Sr. (Human Science, minor Psychology -- 3.98)
Maddy Supple, Holy Cross, Sr. (Political Science -- 3.73)
Elise Fredericks, Lehigh, Jr. (Supply Chain Mgmt. and Marketing -- 3.79)
Natasha Murray, Loyola, Jr. (Mechanical Engineering -- 3.814)
Larkin Sayre, MIT, Sr. (Mechanical Engineering -- 3.52)
Julia Arthur, Navy, Sr. (Honors Oceanography -- 3.80)
Miranda Kosmides, Navy, Sr. (Ocean Engineering -- 3.82)


 

 

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