USRowing is pleased to announce that the following 25 athletes have been invited to the selection camp for the women's eight and women's four that will represent the U.S. at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Held in Princeton, N.J., the selection camp will get underway on April 1. The U.S. won the bronze medal in the eight and finished sixth in the four at the at the 2019 World Rowing Championships, securing spots in Tokyo for the American crews. The U.S. is the three-time defending Olympic gold medalist in the women's eight.
Invitations to the women's selection camp for the quadruple sculls will be announced following the second 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Rowing, which will be held April 12-16. Invitations to the men's selection camp for the eight and four were announced previously. For an overview of how the U.S. Olympic Rowing Team is selected, click here. The entire U.S. Olympic Rowing Team will be selected by June 6.
Women's Sweep Boat Olympic Team Selection Camp Invitees
Allyson Baker (North Royalton, Ohio/Ohio State University)
Molly Bruggeman (Dayton, Ohio/University of Notre Dame)
Charlotte Buck (Nyack, N.Y./Columbia University)
Kendall Chase (Evergreen, Colo./University of California)
Olivia Coffey (Watkins Glen, N.Y./Harvard University)
Claire Collins (McLean, Va./Princeton University)
Caryn Davies (Ithaca, N.Y./Harvard University)
Gia Doonan (Rochester, Mass./University of Texas)
Tracy Eisser (Fair Lawn, N.J./Cornell University)
Alina Hagstrom (Seattle, Wash./Oregon State University)
Megan Kalmoe (St. Croix Falls, Wis./University of Washington)
Grace Luczak (Ann Arbor, Mich./Stanford University)
Brooke Mooney (Peru, Vt./University of Washington)
Meghan Musnicki (Naples, N.Y./Ithaca College)
Kristine O'Brien (Massapequa Park, N.Y./University of Virginia)
Vicky Opitz (Middleton, Wis./University of Wisconsin)
Erin Reelick (Brookfield, Conn./Princeton University)
Kelsey Reelick (Brookfield, Conn./Princeton University)
Emily Regan (Buffalo, N.Y./Michigan State University)
Regina Salmons (Methuen, Mass./University of Pennsylvania)
Dr. Gevvie Stone (Newton, Mass./Princeton University)
Jessica Thoennes (Highlands Ranch, Colo./University of Washington)
Brooke Wolford (San Rafael, Calif./University of Central Oklahoma)
Madeleine Wanamaker (Neenah, Wis./University of Wisconsin)
Katelin Guregian (Detroit, Mich./University of Washington)
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