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Carrie Warner

East London, South Africa
Clarendon High School for Girls
High School
Carrie Warner - Women's Rowing - Virginia Cavaliers

• Helped the Second Varsity Eight to a fifth-place finish at the NCAA Championships
• Part of the ACC champion Second Varsity Eight
• CRCA National Scholar-Athlete honoree
• Named to the All-ACC Academic team
• Named to the ACC Honor Roll
• Lettered

• Helped the Varsity Eight to a fourth-place finish among collegiate crews at the 2019 Head of The Charles Regatta
• Named to the ACC Honor Roll
• CRCA National Scholar-Athlete honoree
• Lettered

• Bow of the Varsity Eight that finished 12th at the NCAA Championships
• Bow of the Varsity Eight that won the ACC championship
• Bow of the Varsity Eight which was named ACC Crew of the Year
• Member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll
• Lettered

• Bow of the Second Varsity Eight that won a bronze medal at the NCAA Championships
• Bow of the ACC champion Second Varsity Eight
• Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll
• Lettered

• Rowed for Clarendon High School under head coach Bill Godfrey from 2012-16
• Received 2 golds, 2 silvers, and 1 bronze medal at the South African National Championships
• Received a bronze medal at South African schools Boatrace in 2014
• Rowed as a member of the South African Development team in 2014
• 2016 Vice Captain for rowing
• Also competed in Field Hockey at Clarendon High School from 2011-14

• Daughter of Sinclair and Linda Warner
• Born in East London, South Africa
• Has an older brother, Travis Henchie, and older sister, Amy Jane Warner
• Volunteered at local theatre to work on set designs
• Volunteer at our Local Half Iron Man in 2012 & 2014
• Volunteer at Breath of Life
• Enjoys readings, music, hiking, traveling, movies, cooking, horse riding, and surfing
• Double major in art-studio art and English