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Reagan Redman
Reagan  Redman


Fairfax Station, Va.

High School:
J.W. Robinson Secondary School


• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll


• Coxed for J.W. Robinson Secondary School under head coach Jon Barrett from 2012-15
• Served as team captain and was a scholar-athlete
• Competed at 2015 Scholastic Rowing Association of American (SRAA) Nationals
• Coxed Women's Second Varsity Eight at third-place finish at 2014 Virginia Lower Boat States Event
• Coxed Women's Novice Eight to first place at 2013 Virginia Lower Boat States Event
• Defensive specialist/libero on J.W. Robinson volleyball team in 2011
• Earned J.W. Robinson Athletic Booster Award
• National Honor Society member from 2012-15
• Earned Academic Letter of Excellence from 2012-15
• International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma recipient

• Daughter of Kevin and Charla Redman
• Born in Yokosuka, Japan
• Has one younger brother, Kavanaugh
• Has one older sister, Renee
• Plays the viola and piano
• Tutored autistic student, who earned a Landmark Achievement by passing a Virginia Standard of Learning (SOL) test which is a requirement for modified high school diploma
• Earned second-place (2014) and fourth-place (2013) finishes at district debate
• Girl Scout Gold Award recipient


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