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    Elizabeth Sarant
    Elizabeth Sarant
    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Massapequa, NY

    High School:
    Massapequa

    07/27/2012

    Over 200 UConn Student-Athletes Honored By BIG EAST

    Honoress showed success in both academics and athletics

    04/06/2012

    UMass Wins Four Of Five Races Vs. Rowing

    Team returns to action next weekend at Knecht Cup

    AT UCONN: Was in her fourth season as a member of the team.

    2012-13: Spent the spring semester studying abroad. Coxed the second varsity eight that placed second at the Head of the Riverfront and third at the Head of the Fish and the Club Eight at the Head of the Charles.

    2011-12: Coxed the first varsity four. Spent the fall semester studying abroad.

    2010-11: Coxed the first varsity four. 2009-10: Coxed the first novice eight that placed third at the Knecht Cup Regatta, second at the Big East Championships and first at the Dad Vail Regatta. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Massapequa High School ... earned varsity letters in field hockey, winter track and spring track ... Scholar Athlete all four years ... high honor student.

    PERSONAL: Elizabeth A. Sarant ... double major in communications and psychology with a concentration in research ... born on July 3, 1991.

    PLANS AFTER GRADUATION: "After graduation, I plan to experience new and unique opportunities that will allow me to learn how to use my knowledge and skills to ignite positive changes. This adventure will start with a two-month trip to Europe where I will begin my journey to ..."

    SARANT ON ROWING AT UCONN: "I had wanted to be a part of the rowing world since high school and decided I would achieve this goal while at college. Yes, people told me I would not be able to, yes I'm short, yes I had no experience, but I did it, I embodied the passion. That's what rowing is all about; fighting against the current, exploding through that wall, pushing yourself to new limits, and thriving on the energy that passion awakens within you. The skills and lessons I have learned from rowing are not tangible or even, sometimes, explainable but those who have experienced this unique breed of passion understand a profound piece of you. Being a part of a group of women that are so extremely passionate about something while starting a new chapter of my life was as inspiring my first year of college as it has been in my last."