Women's Rowing

    Caroline Sederowsky
    Caroline  Sederowsky


    Djursholm, Sweden

    High School:
    Beverly Hills HS





    2013 USC Women's Rowing Season Outlook

    The Women of Troy hope they have the right combination of youth and experience to improve on last year's accomplishments


    USC Enjoys Strong Showing at Head of the American

    Two Trojan boats finished first and third in the women's collegiate eight final over the weekend


    Varsity Eight Takes Bronze At NCAA Championships

    Trojans finish 6th overall after strong final day.


    USC Varsity Eight Heads To Grand Final

    Trojans No. 1 boat has title hopes in talented field.


    No. 5 USC Dominates Stanford Invitational

    Trojans win seven of eight races Saturday, varisty eight posts fastest time of invitational.

    Caroline Sederowsky enters her fourth year as a starboard rower for the Women of Troy.

    As a junior, Sederowsky rowed from the second seat of USC's second varsity eight boat and helped the crew to a sixth-place finish in the grand final for the Jackie Ann Stitt Hungness Trophy at the San Diego Crew Classic. In the third seat of the varsity four, Sederowsky appeared in head-to-head races with Notre Dame, Princeton, and Yale, and helped the Trojans to wins over Michigan State and UCLA. She occupied the bow seat of the second varsity eight for the conference and NCAA championships and helped the Women of Troy to a sixth-place finish at the Pac-12 championships (fifth as a team) and a first-place finish in the NCAA championship petite final (fifth as a team).

    As a sophomore, Sederowsky was a mainstay in the third seat for the varsity four boat where she helped USC to a fifth-place finish at the NCAA championships. She also helped the V4 place third at the Pac-10 championships and finish third as a team. Sederowsky contributed to the varsity four's winning race for the first-ever Karen Plumleigh Cortney Cup at the San Diego Crew Classic and also helped her V4 to wins over Clemson, Michigan State, and Virginia.

    As a freshman, Sederowsky rowed on both the varsity four and the second varsity eight boats and helped the Trojans to a fourth-place finish at the Pac-10 championships and an eighth-place finish at the NCAA championships. Sederowsky rowed out of the second seat in the varsity four's first-place finish against Ohio State and in winning races over Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge and in the UCLA Dual.

    Sederowsky is a Swedish-born rower who graduated from Beverly Hills High School (Calif.). She has had four years of club rowing experience with the Marina Aquatic Center. She competed at the 2008 Junior World Championships for Sweden where she finished seventh in quads. Sederowsky was first in the quad scull and second in the single scull at the 2006 Southwest Regional Championships. She was first in the singles in 2007 and was second in the single scull at the 2008 Swedish national championships. Sederowsky has been a member of the Swedish Olympic Development Program for two years.

    Caroline Elsa Linnea Sederowsky was born on April 11, 1990, in Djursholm, Sweden... parents are Peter and Suzanne Sederowsky... has one younger sister Beatrice (20) and a pair of twin siblings named Louise and Eric (16)... an advocate for dolphin rescue and preservation... lists Steve Prefontaine as her sports hero... majoring in business administration.