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Lindsay Shoop
Lindsay  Shoop


Charlottesville, Va.

High School:
Covenant School



Lindsay Shoop to be Inducted into National Rowing Hall of Fame

Former Cavalier was part of Olympic-winning eight in 2008

At Virginia: First-team All-America selection for the second consecutive year in 2004 ... gold medalist with the first varsity 8+ boat that was also named the ACC Crew of the Year at the 2004 ACC Championships ... named to the 2004 All-ACC Team ... member of the first varsity 8+ crew that finished second at the 2004 Central/South Region Sprints ... first-team 2004 All-South Region selection ... member of the first varsity 8+ crew that finished ninth at the 2004 NCAA Championships...first-team All-America and All-South Region selection in 2003 ... gold medalist with the first varsity 8+ which was named Conference Crew of the Year at the 2003 ACC Championships ... also gold medalist with the varsity 8+ at the 2003 Central/South Region Sprints ... member of the varsity 8+ crew that finished fifth at 2003 NCAAs ... gold medalist with first novice 8+ at 2002 ACC Championships.

High School: Four letters in volleyball ... All-State selection ... 1998 Outstanding Player Award ... nominated for "Women in Sports" Player of the Year ... League of Independent Schools (LIS) All-Star team ... team captain ... four letters in basketball ... first-team All-State ... LIS All-Star Team ... team captain and MVP ... Covenant Honor Society.

Personal: Born September 25, 1981 in Charlottesville, Va. ... daughter of Paul and Vali Shoop ... one brother, Brandon ... uncle, Russell Shoop, wrestled for North Carolina Wesleyan ... enjoys art, horseback riding, sports, and crocheting ... graduated in May of 2003 as a Spanish major with a minor in art history ... rowing this year as a graduate student.


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