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Libby McCann
Libby  McCann


Arlington, Mass.

High School:



Virginia Claims Top Collegiate Spot at Head of the Charles

The Cavaliers' Varsity Eight finishes as the top collegiate boat for third consecutive year

At Virginia: Member of the varsity 8+ boat that finished first at the 2006 ACC Championships ... gold medalist with the second varsity 8+ boat at the 2005 NCAA Championships ... member of the second varsity 8+ crews that finished first at the 2004 and 2005 ACC Championships ... the 2005 second varsity 8+ boat was named ACC Crew of the Year ... member of the second varsity 8+ that finished first at the 2005 South/Central Regionals ... gold medalist with the first varsity 4+ at the 2004 Central/South Region Sprints ... member of the NCAA Champion varsity 4+ boat at the 2004 NCAA Championships.

High School: Rowed for Community Rowing, Inc., in Boston (2002) ... finished first in the Junior Women's eight at the Royal Canadian Henley (2002), in the Junior 4+ at the US Rowing National Club Championships (2002) and in the youth eight at the Head of the Charles (2001) ... received an art award for murals in 2003.

Personal: Born December 19, 1984 in Boston, Mass. ... daughter of James and Sandra McCann ... has a younger sister, Martha ... enjoys knitting, cycling, art, photography, reading, painting murals, and watching wrestling.


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