Roth was named both All-New Engnland and Scholar-Athlete by the group.
The Huskies were second in the second varsity eight.
Huskies and UMass raced in mid-week action.
Husky varsity eight and second varsity eight each raced in third level final.
Remaining races had to be cancelled due to conditions.
2012-13: Competed as a member of the first and second varsity eights; finished the season as six seat of the second varsity eight. Also competed as six seat of the first varsity eight that placed second at the Head of the Riverfront, seven seat of the Championship Eight at the Head of the Charles, and seven seat of the varsity eight that placed third at the Head of the Fish in the fall of 2012.
2011-12: Competed as a member of the varsity eight; finished the spring season in four seat. Also competed in six seat of the first varsity eight that placed third at the Head of the Charles and third at the Head of the Fish in the fall of 2011.
2010-11: Was a member of the varsity eight; finished the season in six seat. 2009-10: Competed as three seat of 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 Litchfield High School ... was a four letter winner in field hockey ... was a member of the National Honor Society and was class salutatorian.
PERSONAL: Hillary A. Wiles-Lafayette ... ecology and evolutionary biology major ... born on December 19, 1991.
PLANS AFTER GRADUATION: "After graduation, I plan to continue exploring my interest in public health."
WILES-LAFAYETTE ON ROWING AT UCONN: "Without UConn rowing, my college experience would not have been nearly as interesting. Four years of scantron tests and Powerpoint slides could only teach me so much but, four years of rowing have been filled with challenges and excitement. From hunching around a dining hall table plotting a race plan to dancing in pre-race dance circles to feeling the thrill of being an underdog coming out ahead, my best college memories have been with the team. I haven't had a dull day with UConn rowing. Whenever I talk to my parents, I always gush that I have so much to tell them. And all of it is about rowing. Whether it's about the latest round of team competitions or about the line-up of teams in our heat, rowing has been a huge part of my life for the past four years. Although my major and career plans may change daily, my experiences on the UConn rowing team will stay with me for the rest of my life."