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Brittanie Reinold
Brittanie  Reinold


Sulton, Mass.

High School:
Sulton Memorial


Over 200 UConn Student-Athletes Honored By BIG EAST

Honoress showed success in both academics and athletics


Six Rowers Named CCRA Scholar-Athletes

Awardees must carry a 3.5 cumlative GPA or better


UConn Club To Honor 15 As Outstanding Senior Scholar-Athletes

Group to receive awards at 59th annual dinner on Monday night in Storrs


UMass Wins Four Of Five Races Vs. Rowing

Team returns to action next weekend at Knecht Cup


Rowing Enjoys Success At Murphy Cup

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

AT UCONN: Is in her fourth year as a member of the team. FALL 2011: Coxed the second varsity eight that placed third at the Head of the Fish. 2010-11: Coxed the second varsity eight. 2009-10: Coxed the first varsity four. 2008-09: Was the coxswain of the varsity/novice four.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Sutton Memorial High School ... earned two varsity letters as a member of the golf team ... also a member of the basketball team ... member of the National Honor Society ... Class Salutatorian.

PERSONAL: Brittanie Elizabeth Reinold ... landscape architecture major ... born on June 2, 1990.

PLANS AFTER GRADUATION: "I hope to get a job with a landscape architecture firm somewhere here in New England, possibly having the opportunity to travel with them and work on more global projects. Then eventually I would like to open my own business after becoming licensed."

REINOLD ON ROWING AT UCONN: "Coming from a small town in Massachusetts, I never thought I would have the opportunity to play a sport here at UConn, but going out for the rowing team four years ago was the best choice I could have made. Rowing at UConn has opened up doors and changed my college experience in ways I never thought possible. It has given me a huge family of friends, best friends and countless opportunities to try and learn all about a new sport. I have enjoyed every moment of training, practicing and racing with the team, be it winning or losing I have always have always made it my coxing motto to have fun. Even though I will miss it when I graduate, it has given me many fond memories that I can take with me on my journey into the future."