The Trojans' varsity eight took fourth in the I Eights Grand Final for a 10th-place overall finish
The second varsity eight and varsity four placed into C finals at the NCAA rowing championships
The Trojans' varsity eight advanced to the A/B semifinals following the first day of competition at Lake Natoma
The Women of Troy took third in the varsity eight final
The Trojans maintained their undefeated record over the crosstown rival Bruins in a 7-0 sweep
THIS SEASON: Sinosky enters her junior sesaon competing for the Women of Troy.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Sinosky competed for the Baltimore Rowing Club for three years and was captain her junior and senior years…Went to the 2013 and 2014 Youth Nationals…Won first place in the 200m women’s junior pair event at the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Regionals …Claimed second place in the 200m women’s junior event in the 2013 Philadelphia Youth Regatta…Participated in the 2012 USJNT Development Camp…Winner of the Scholar-Athlete Award all four years of high school.
PERSONAL: Kendall Ansley Sinosky was born January 16, 1996, in Baltimore, Maryland…Daughter of Tammi Sinosky…Chose to attend USC because it was out of her comfort zone and she can pursue her dream of becoming a screenwriter in Los Angeles…Lists singing, writing stories and poems, drawing and hiking as her favorite pastimes away from sports...Has always wanted to live for a month in the wilderness...Enjoys listening to country music…Would like to visit France, Italy, Switzerland, South Africa, and Brazil…Majoring in English…Aspires to be a writer.