Jami LeRoy
Jami LeRoy

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Portland, Maine

High School:
Deering

Height:
5-8

Birthdate:
11/14/1991


10/30/2011

Women's Rowing Races at Princeton Chase

Terriers place 17th in the varsity eight race

10/24/2011

Women's Rowing Posts Two Top-10 Finishes at Head of the Charles

Terriers claim first in the club four and 10th in the club eights

10/23/2011

BU Men and Women Total Four Top-10 Results at Head of the Charles Regatta

Women claim gold in club four race; Men post fifth-best collegiate time in the championship eights

10/21/2011

BU Rowing Programs Set for 47th Annual Head of the Charles Regatta

Alumni, coaches and current Terriers to race in the world's largest two-day regatta

10/12/2011

Women's Rowing Earns Win over Boston College on HOCR Course

Terriers to next race at Head of the Charles on Oct. 22-23

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010-11

Stroked the third varsity eight boat ... Helped BU record wins over Boston College and MIT at the Beanpot ... Sat two seat on the second varsity four boat, placing second at Clemson ... Won the Petite Final at the Eastern Sprints.

BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Competed on the swim and field hockey teams at Deering H.S. ... Reached the state finals in swimming all four years ... An All-SMAA second-team honoree in field hockey as a senior ... Named captain of both teams her senior year ... Member of the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL

Born Nov. 14, 1991 ... Daughter of Bill and Lee LeRoy ... Mother swam at the University of Maine, while father played football at the same school ... Older brother Chris played football at Harvard ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, major undecided.

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