Alexa Liquori

McLean / Sr.

After working her way up from the Highlanders' novice boat as a junior, as a senior anchored the team's first varsity eight boat that placed fourth at the Virginia state championships. Held the fastest 2K time (7:28) in the program. Will row at Boston College.

Cecilia Panfil

Washington-Lee / Jr.

Earned a bronze medal in the junior eight at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta, a tribute to her 7:27 2K score and a tireless work ethic.

Alyssa Druitt

West Springfield / Sr.

Captain and heart of Spartans' first varsity four, which took fifth place at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta.

Eleanor Kinyon

Georgetown Visitation / Sr.

Stroke seat of team's first varsity eight spends off-season bettering her craft at Thompson's But Club.

Quinlyn Spellmeyer

Bethesda-Chevy Chase / Sr.

Team captain buoyed first varsity eight to Maryland state championship and a fifth-place finish at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta. Will row at Penn.

Abby Koerner

Wilson / Sr.

Captain and stroke of the first varsity eight elevated program to new heights. Will row at Harvard as a lightweight.

Hannah Yazdani

National Cathedral / Jr.

Tireless puller helped first varsity eight boat to gold at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta. Has also had success at the club level with Thompson Boat Center.

Emma Barrett

Madison / Sr.

Captain and stroke seat of the Warhawks' first varsity eight boat that took second at the Virginia state championships. Will row at Washington State.

Sophie Dunn

National Cathedral / Jr.

Three-time Virginia state championship and Stotesbury Cup Regatta gold medalist as a coxswain, including with the first varsity eight boat this season.

Serena Irwin

National Cathedral / Sr.

Anchor of varsity eight boat that captured first place at the Virginia state championships and the Stotesbury Cup Regatta. Will row at Brown.

Freya Keto

Whitman / Jr.

Owner of the fastest 2K time (7:13) in school history, led varsity eight boat to gold medal at Washington Metro Interscholastic Rowing Association championships and silver at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta.

Coach of the Year Kirk Shipley

Whitman

In 11th year, Shipley led Vikings to one of the most successful seasons in their 30-year history. First varsity eight boat took first at the Washington Metro Interscholastic Regatta Association championships, second at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta and fifth at the Scholastic Rowing Association of America National Championships Regatta.

Best boats

Light Four: Langley

First Four: West Springfield

Light Eight: Yorktown

Second Eight: National Cathedral

First eight: National Cathedral

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