Chloe Young

Photo courtesy of Chris X. Carroll

Photo courtesy of Chris X. Carroll

 
 

Class: Senior
Hometown: Ridgewood, NJ
High School: Ridgewood High School


Results
As a senior (2017-18) 
Finished fifth in the varsity double sculls at the Head of the Schuylkill... Stroked the women's youth four at the Head of the Charles... Captured bronze in the varsity double sculls at the Head of the Passaic... Took silver in the varsity double sculls at the King's Head Regatta

Prior to Rockland:
As a junior (2016-17)
Selected for Junior National Team High Performance Camp where she finished fifth in the intermediate eight at Club Nationals... Captured bronze in the varsity quadruple sculls at Scholastic Nationals... Finished fourth in the varsity quadruple sculls at Stotesbury Cup... Won gold in the varsity quadruple sculls at Garden States... Took silver in the varsity quadruple sculls at the Mid-Atlantic Youth Championships... Finished 46th out of 191 at CRASH Bs (2k)... Finished fourth in the varsity quadruple sculls at Head of the Schuylkill... Won gold in varsity quadruple sculls at Head of the Passaic

As a sophomore (2015-16)
Captured bronze in junior varsity double sculls at Scholastic Nationals... Finished sixth in the junior varsity double sculls at at Stotesbury Cup... Won gold in the junior varsity double sculls at Garden States... Finished 109th out of 260 at CRASH-Bs (2k)

As a freshman (2014-15)
Finished sixth in the freshman quadruple sculls at Scholastic Nationals... Finished fourth in freshman quadruple sculls at Stotesbury Cup... Won gold in the freshman quadruple sculls at Garden States


Personal
Chloe's most memorable sporting achievement is capturing bronze in the junior varsity double sculls at the 2016 Scholastic Nationals... The most influential person in her rowing career is Esther Lofgren... Chloe likes hiking and the outdoors, spending time with friends, cooking, baking and exploring NYC... She wants to major in biology to prepare for medical school... Chloe aspires to represent the U.S. at future world championships and in the Olympic Games.