ACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

 
Christina McClintock
Christina McClintock
Year: Senior
Hometown: Larchmont, N.Y.
High School: Rye Country Day School
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Adams

Senior • 2012
Sat in the one spot as Radcliffe finished fourth in the second varsity eight third-level final at the NCAA Championships in West Windsor, N.J., May 27 ... Rowed in the one position of the second varsity eight which finished fourth in the grand final, helping Radcliffe claim the first ever Ivy League Championship Regatta May 13 … Assisted the second varsity eight from the one seat, as it took down Yale for Radcliffe’s lone win in the Case Cup April 21 …  Contributed in the second varsity eight to Radcliffe’s sweep of No. 20 Dartmouth and Syracuse to claim the O’Leary Cup April 14 … Sat in the one seat of the second varsity eight for Radcliffe’s second-place finish (7:20.4) at the Class of 1975 Cup April 7 … Rowed in the one seat of the second varsity eight as Radcliffe topped Brown by 5.9 seconds March 31 … Helped the second varsity eight to win the Beanpot over rivals Boston College, Boston University, MIT and Northeastern.

Junior • 2011

Rowed with the varsity eight in the bow seat … Helped the varsity eight win the third-level final at the NCAA Championships with a time of 6:34.45 … Part of fifth-place second varsity at EAWRC Sprints … Helped Radcliffe win varsity and team titles at the Beanpot on April 30 … Aided in a three-second victory over Yale to win the Case Cup for the first time in eight years … Helped the varsity eight beat Dartmouth, No. 10 Ohio State and Northeastern at the Charles River Challenge on April 17 … Rallied with the varsity eight to finish second place, ahead of Minnesota and Syracuse … Part of a resounding victory over Tulsa on March 26 to open the spring season.

Sophomore • 2010
Made five appearances with the third varsity eight and one with the fourth varsity eight.

Freshman • 2009
Made six straight appearances with the novice eight and helped the novice eight win the petite final in 7:06.890 at the EAWRC Sprints May 16.

Before Harvard
Four-year varsity letterwinner in cross country, basketball and lacrosse ... Four-year starter in lacrosse at midfield and defensive wing and two-year starter in basketball at small forward ... Team captain of cross country and basketball senior year ... Four-time recipient of Wildcat Award (MVP) in cross country ... First-team all-league three years and honorable mention freshman year ... Cheshire Academy Invitational champion junior year ... Top 25 in New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) all four years ... Honorable mention all-league senior year in basketball ... First team all-league senior year in lacrosse ... Honorable mention all-league freshman and junior years ... Led lacrosse team to NYSAIS championship junior year and runner-up finish freshman and sophomore seasons ... Led basketball team to NYSAIS final junior year ... Earned Triple C Award for courage, character and commitment ... Latin Department Award ... President of Environmental Club and sports page editor of school newspaper last three years ... Member of several choral groups ... National Latin Exam Summa Cum Laude freshman year.

Personal
Enjoys running, basketball, lacrosse, the outdoors, sportswriting, singing, going to the beach, Ancient Roman history and watching football ... Mother, Cynthia Crowley ’82, played field hockey at Harvard ... Uncle, Peter ’81, and grandfather, Paul ’53, played football for the Crimson ... Uncle, Wiz Wyatt ’76, played hockey for Harvard ... Father, Mike, rowed for Dartmouth freshman year ... Aunt, Melissa Crowley Price, played field hockey and lacrosse for William Smith ... Uncle, Penry Price, played baseball for Hobart ... Cousins, Lizzie and Peter Kelly, played squash for Princeton ... Cousin, John Kelly, played soccer for Amherst.