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Emmy Bateman
Emmy  Bateman


Stanwood, Wash.

High School:
Holy Names Academy



UVA Wins 11 Races at Oak Ridge Cardinal Invite

Cavaliers open 2016 season by winning 11 of 12 races on first day in Tennessee


Virginia Wins Sixth Consecutive ACC Championship

Hoos Sweep All Five Races, Sauer Named Coach of the Year for 11th Time


No. 4 Virginia Sweeps Five Races on Final Day of Clemson Invitational

Cavaliers win 14 of 15 races this weekend


No. 4 Virginia Posts Nine Wins at Clemson Invitational

Cavaliers post wins against top competition


No. 4 Virginia Rowing Wins Five Races Against Three Ivy League Schools

Cavaliers travel to Clemson Invitational next weekend

• Rowed with the 3V4 at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at Ohio State
• Rowed in a 3V4 boat vs. No. 6 Yale

• Member of the ACC Champion Second Varsity Four
• Rowed with the 2V4 at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge

• Bow seat of the Second Varsity Eight that defeated Michigan at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge
• Part of the 2V8 that defeated Oregon State at the Pac-12 Challenge
• Rowed with the Second Varsity Four that finished 10th at the Head of the Charles

• Named to the 2012 USRowing Junior National Team Selection Camp
• Member of 2012 USRowing High Performance Development Team that raced in Germany
• 12th in the V4x at 2012 Youth Nationals
• 19th in the Varsity 2x at the 2012 Head of the Charles
• Second place in the Varsity Four at the 2013 Youth Nationals
• Earned the Rome Ventura Award (for leadership in rowing)

• Daughter of Kathy and Bradford Bateman
• Has an older sister, Erin
• Rowed for Holy Names Academy Crew under Alex Twist and Caitlin McClain


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