|Hometown:||Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.|
|High School:||Torrey Pines|
A co-captain of the Harvard women's volleyball team ... Received All-Ivy League honorable mention in volleyball in 2010 and 2008 ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Year in 2008.
Senior • 2012
Rowed with the second varsity eight which finished fourth in the grand final, helping Radcliffe claim the first ever Ivy League Championship Regatta May 13 ... Contributed in the varsity eight to Radcliffe’s sweep of No. 20 Dartmouth and Syracuse to claim the O’Leary Cup April 14 … Sat in the five seat of the varsity eight for Radcliffe’s third-place finish (7:20.4) at the Class of 1975 Cup April 7 … Helped the varsity eight to win the Beanpot over rivals Boston College, Boston University, MIT and Northeastern with a time of 6:25.9.
Junior • 2011
Raced with the second varsity eight … Rowed in the second varsity eight at the NCAA Championships … Part of fifth-place second varsity at EAWRC Sprints … Contributed to two second-place finishes at the Charles River Challenge, helping the second varsity eight defeat Dartmouth twice, Northeastern and Syracuse … Helped the second varsity eight beat Tulsa by over 30 seconds on March 26.
Two-year volleyball player and starter for Torrey Pines ... First-team All-San Diego County, first-team CIF and first-team all-league as a senior ... Union Tribune All-Academic first-team ... San Diego Hall of Champions in 2007 ... North County Times All-County first team .. Falconer MVP Award ... Team California Challenge All-Tournament team ... San Diego Senior All Star ... Team captain in 2007 ... Led the San Diego County in blocks in 2006 ... Wellesley College Book Award ... Rotarty Club of Rancho Sante Fe Commendation ... Part of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Young Women’s Organization ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Mother, Elizabeth Peterson ’82 played volleyball and rowed at Harvard ... Uncle Chris Peterson ’79 rowed and played volleyball for the Crimson as well ... Father, Henry, was a member of the lightweight national championship crew at Penn in 1967 and competed on the Canadian National Championship crew in 1966.