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Mary Grace Haggett
Mary Grace  Haggett


Ledyard, Conn.

High School:


Rowing Finishes Fifth At BIG EAST Championship

UConn varsity four wins petite final


Rowing Enjoys Success At Murphy Cup

Bott the Varsity Eight and Second Varsity Eight advanced out of heats


Rowing Tops Miami In Two Of Three Races

Second varsity eight and novice eight are winners for UConn


Rowing Wraps Up Fall At Head Of The Fish

UConn varsity eight was third of 14 crews


UConn Varsity Eight Finishes Third At Head Of The Charles

The finish was the best very for a Husky boat at noted event

AT UCONN: Is in her fourth year as a member of the team. FALL 2011: Competed in six seat of the second varsity eight that placed third at the Head of the Fish. 2010-11: Competed in the varsity and junior varsity eights; finished the season in three seat of the varsity eight. 2009-10: Competed in the junior varsity eight and the first varsity four; finished the season in three seat of the first varsity four. 2008-09: Competed in five seat of the novice eight that placed third at the Dad Vail Regatta.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Ledyard High School ... earned a varsity letter as a member of the cross country team ... earned State Farm Insurance Sportsmanship award ... member of the soccer team ... earned sportsmanship award and most improved award ... earned academic letter and graphic design award ... high honor student.

PERSONAL: Mary Grace Ann Haggett ... horticulture major with a minor in landscape design ... born on November 9, 1990.

PLANS AFTER GRADUATION: "After graduation I hope to work in garden and landscape design, whether it be for a residential or commercial environment. I hope to find a career in which I can unite my passion for plants and design."

HAGGETT ON ROWING AT UCONN: "UConn Rowing has provided me with the opportunity to meet and become friends with many great people that I would not have had the opportunity to meet otherwise. Being a part of this team has provided me with a family away from home. Rowing has taught me to appreciate the true meaning of a team sport because every seat is equally important."