PRINCIPLED LEADERSHIPACADEMIC INTEGRATION COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE
Thomas Satterthwaite
Thomas Satterthwaite
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Cranston, R.I.
High School: Wheeler School

Sophomore • 2019
Sat five seat in lwt eight B at the Head of the Charles (Oct. 20-21) ... Sat five seat in second varsity eight against Cornell, Penn (Apr. 6) ... Sat five seat in second varsity eight against Columbia, Georgetown (Apr. 7) … Was five seat in third varsity eight against Dartmouth (Apr. 13) … Sat five seat in third varsity eight against Navy, Delaware (Apr. 20) ... Sat five seat in third varsity eight against Yale, Princeton (Apr. 27) ... Sat three seat in third varsity eight at the Eastern Sprints (May 19).

Freshman • 2018
Sat seven seat for second varsity eight victories over Cornell and Penn ... Sat seven seat for second varsity eight against Columbia and Georgetown ... Was the five seat for the second varsity eight's win over Dartmouth and MIT ... Sat bow, helping the second varsity eight past Navy and Delaware ... Bow seat in second varsity eight win over Yale.

Before Harvard
Four-year member of the Narragansett Boat Club … Competed with the US National Rowing team, collecting 23rd in the men’s Double Sculls at the World Rowing Junior Championships in 2017 … Earned third in the men’s singles at the Youth National Championships and first in the same event at the Northeast Youth Championships in 2017 … Won the Men’s Youth 2+ at the 2016 Head of the Charles Regatta … Garnered first overall in the Men’s Youth Lightweight 2+ at the 2015 Youth National Championships and 2015 Northeast Youth Championships … Notched second in the men’s U17 singles at the Club National Championships and Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in 2015 … Winner of the 2015 Narragansett Boat Club Men’s Mileage Award … National AP Scholar as a senior … Member of the Cum Laude Society … Named a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship … Father, Frank, was a member of the US National Squash team and brother, Peter, graduated from Stanford in 2017 after serving as captain of their squash team.

PRINCIPLED LEADERSHIP, ACADEMIC INTEGRATION AND COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE