The Cavaliers' Varsity Eight finishes as the top collegiate boat for third consecutive year
Conference has record 2,909 student-athletes recognized
Conference has record 2,916 student-athletes recognized
Conference has record 2,916 student-athletes recognized
Cavaliers finish in the top six for seventh consecutive year
NCAA Rowing Day 1 (by Matt Riley)
CRCA First-Team All-American
CRCA First-Team All-South Region honoree
Part of Varsity Eight that finished fourth at NCAAs
Member of ACC Champion V8 that was named ACC Crew of the Year
Part of the V8 that finished third at the San Diego Crew Classic
Member of V8 that placed third at Head of the Charles and was top collegiate boat
Rowed with V8 all season
Named to USRowing Under-23 National Team Camp
2012 USRowing Fan's Choice Collegiate Rower of the Year
Earned CRCA First-Team All-America honors
Listed on the All-ACC squad
Named to the CRCA All-South Region First Team
Part of the Varsity Eight that won the NCAA Championship
Member of the V8 that was ACC Champion and named ACC Crew of the Year
Part of the V8 that won the Championship Eights at the Head of the Charles
Member of the V8 that finished second at the San Diego Crew Classic
Part of the V8 that won the Eastern Sprints
Named to the USRowing Under-23 National Team Camp
Won gold with the U.S. Women's Eight at the World Under-23 Championships
Named a CRCA first team All-American
Earned first team CRCA All-South Region honors
Named to the All-ACC team after the Cavaliers won their 11th conference championship
Shared the Coach's Award for Excellence at the team's annual banquet
Stroke seat of the Varsity Eight for the entire spring season, including the crew's victory in the petite final of the NCAA Championships
In that race, UVa (6:33.24) edged Yale (6:33.83) to finish seventh overall
A member of the Varsity Eight that won its grand final and heat at the Oak Ridge Invitational and was subsequently named the ACC Crew of the Week on May 17
Varsity Eight won the ACC Championship in a time of 6:23.9
Regular-season victories in the Varsity Eight also included UCLA, Michigan State, Ohio State and Michigan
The 2010 ACC Freshman of the Year
A member of the Varsity Eight for the entire spring season, including their silver medal finish at the 2010 NCAA Championships
A member of the South/Central Regional Champion and ACC Champion Varsity Eight that was also named ACC Crew of the Year and ACC Crew of the Week twice
Defeated regular-season opponents Pennsylvania, Yale, Michigan, Ohio State and Bucknell with the Varsity Eight
Won the prestigious Jessop-Whittier Cup at the San Diego Crew Classic with the Varsity Eight
Member of the United States Rowing Junior National Team in 2009 and finished in sixth place in the 2- at the 2009 World Junior Rowing Championships
Member of the United States Rowing High Performance Team in 2008
Earned four varsity letters rowing for St. John the Baptist for coach Sixto Portilla
Winner of the Most Improved, Catholic High School Athletic Association Scholar Athlete, Outstanding Achievement and Suffolk County Athletic Achievement Awards
Head of the Charles Regatta Champion and set course record on the Charles for the Girls Youth Double (2008)
Cooper Cup Regatta Champion (2008 and 2009)
Scholastic National Champion in 2008 and runner-up in 2009
Stotesbury Cup Champion (2008 and 2009)
Holds the school record for 2,000 meter erg score
Four-time New York State Champion (2006-09)
Long Island Champion (2007-09)
Three-time member of the Cum Laude Honor Roll
Active in community service, including Big Brother Big Sister Club, Queen of the Rosary Motherhouse and St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church
Parents are Stephen Moore and Kathleen O'Brien Moore
Has a twin sister, Melanie, and a brother, Christopher
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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