ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

Mariah Turner
Mariah Turner
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Union City, Calif.
High School: James Logan
House Affiliation: Winthrop

2014-15 (Sophomore)
Regular starter at the left wing position … Scored multiple tries twice, in her first career starts against Brown (Sep. 13) and against Cornell (Sep. 27) … Also scored a try in the Crimson’s 54-0 win over Yale (Sep. 20) … Competed with the Black team at the Frostbite 7’s tournament, helping the team score victories over Harvard Crimson team and MIT (March 7) … Competed with the Black team and the Crimson team at the Crimson 7’s tournament, leading the Crimson team to the championship game against perennial national champions Norwich (March 28) … Saw the field at the Quinnipiac 7’s charity tournament (April 4) … Competed at the Sorenson Cup, helping Harvard score a 12-12 draw against hosts Brown (April 11) … Competed at the Ivy 7’s Championship, helping the team defeat Yale, 22-0, and take fourth (April 18) … Competed at the ARCA 7’s Championship, helping the Crimson defeat Navy and make it to the semifinal round (May 2-3).

Before Harvard
A four-year letter winner in track and field for James Logan High School, specializing in the long jump and triple jump … Captained the track and field team from 2011-2013 … Was the Mission Valley Athletic League JV long jump and triple jump champion in 2011 and the varsity long jump champion in 2013 … Led George Washington to three MVAL Championships and a Meet of Champions championship in 2011 … Was a scholar athlete all four years of high school and a Willie Davenport Scholarship recipient in 2011 … In the classroom she made the Superintendent’s Honor Roll all four years … Received many awards and honors as a member of the George Washington speech and debate team … Her hobbies include painting and dancing …  Her cousin Dorell Wright, is a 10-year NBA veteran currently playing for the Portland Trailblazers.

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS