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Brandy Herald

6'5''
Height
Senior
Class
Portland, Ore.
Hometown
Lake Oswego
High School

2013-14
CRCA All-America First Team
CRCA All-South Region First Team
All-ACC First Team
Member of ACC Champion Varsity Eight that was named ACC Crew of the Year
Part of the V8 that finished eighth at NCAAs
Rowed in the V8 all year
Member of the V8 that was the top collegiate boat and finished fourth overall at the Head of the Charles

2012-13
Part of the ACC Champion Second Varsity Eight
Member of the 2V8 that placed fourth at the San Diego Crew Classic
Rowed with the Varsity Eight that finished third at the Head of the Charles and was the top collegiate boat
Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll

2011-12
Part of the Second Varsity Eight that finished fifth at the NCAA Championships
Member of the First Varsity Eight that won the Head of the Charles
Part of the 1V8 that placed second at the San Diego Charles
Rowed with Second Varsity Eight that won Eastern Sprints

2010-11

Member of the Second Varsity Eight both times it was named the ACC Crew of the Week (April 18 and March 29)
Rowed with the Second Varsity Eight for the Cavaliers[apos] fifth-place finish in the event at the 2011 NCAA Championships
Member of the Third Varsity Eight that won its grand final at the Oak Ridge Invitational
Member of the ACC Champion Second Varsity Eight that defeated Clemson, 6:35.9 to 6:40.8
Second Varsity Eight posted regular-season wins over USC, UCLA, Ohio State, Michigan, Stanford and California

Before Virginia
Rowed for Lake Oswego Community Rowing and Rose City Rowing Club for coaches James Rawson and Nick Haley
Won a gold medal with the junior women[apos]s eight at both the FISA Junior World Championships in Linz-Ottensheim, Austra (2008) and France (2009)
A member of the youth eight that finished fifth at the 2009 Head of the Charles
Also played basketball in high school

Personal
Daughter of James Herald