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    Sara Trevisani
    Sara Trevisani
    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Duxbury, Mass.

    High School:
    Duxbury

    07/27/2012

    Over 200 UConn Student-Athletes Honored By BIG EAST

    Honoress showed success in both academics and athletics

    05/30/2012

    Six Rowers Named CCRA Scholar-Athletes

    Awardees must carry a 3.5 cumlative GPA or better

    04/23/2012

    National Student-Athlete Day Celebrated At UConn

    Kinsman Award to Diana Filipek of rowing and Ali Aserlind of swimming

    04/13/2012

    UConn Club To Honor 15 As Outstanding Senior Scholar-Athletes

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

    04/06/2012

    UMass Wins Four Of Five Races Vs. Rowing

    Team returns to action next weekend at Knecht Cup

    AT UCONN: Is in her fourth year as a member of the team. FALL 2011: Was two seat of the second varsity four. 2010-11: Competed in the third varsity eight and as stroke of the second varsity four. 2009-10: Stroked the second varsity four. 2008-09: Coxed the novice eight that won bronze medals at the Dad Vail Regatta.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Duxbury High School ... was a member of the swimming team and was team captain ... also a member of the soccer and lacrosse teams ... earned Suma awards in biology, physical education, and family and consumer science ... National Honor Society member.

    PERSONAL: Sara Nicole Trevisani ... physiology and neurobiology major with a minor in business administration ... born on July 31, 1990.

    PLANS AFTER GRADUATION: "I want to go abroad for a month to travel. I am planning on getting a job with a pharmaceutical or biotech company, as well as continuing to pursue my entrepreneurial interests."

    TREVISANI ON ROWING AT UCONN: "Rowing at UConn has been a rewarding experience. There is nothing that can compare to what you get back from the sport, the team and the coaches. I know I have still not fully understood what I have gained, but I know that as I look back I would never have traded the experience to be a `real kid'."