Rowed in the Bruins’ varsity eight crew during her sophomore campaign … secured second-team CRCA All-West Region accolades … was one of seven UCLA rowers to earn CRCA National Scholar-Athlete honors … also was a second-team Pac-12 All-Academic Team selection … stroked the varsity eight in the Bruins’ season-opening win over Loyola Marymount (March 16) … rowed six seat in the V8+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 5-6) … helped the V8+ finish second on day one in San Diego before posting sixth-place finish in the Grand Final on day two … rowed five seat in the V8+ at the two-day Clemson Invitational (April 19-20) … led the V8+ to one first-place finish on day one at Clemson and a pair of first-place finish on the second day … rowed seven seat in the V8+ at Pac-12 Championships, as the V8+ finished fifth and UCLA’s team finished fourth overall … rowed seven seat in the V8+ at NCAA Championships, helping the V8+ to a pair of third-place finishes on day one … UCLA’s varsity eight crew finished first in the C/D semifinal on day two before finishing first in the C Final on day three.
Rowed four or five seat in the varsity eight throughout her freshman season … rowed five seat in the V8+ in UCLA’s season-opening victory against Loyola Marymount (March 9) … rowed four seat in the V8+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 6-7) and at the two-day Clemson Invitational (April 20-21) … led the V8+ to a fourth-place finish in the Grand Final on day two in San Diego … guided the V8+ to a first-place finish in the morning on day one at Clemson and to a second-place finish that afternoon … rowed four seat in the V8+ against USC (May 4) … rowed five seat in the V8+ at Pac-12 Championships (May 19), helping UCLA secure a team berth to NCAA Championships after the varsity eight crew finished fourth … rowed four seat in the V8+ at NCAA Championships (May 31-June 2), leading the Bruins to a first-place finish in the V8+ Petite Final.
Rowed for two seasons at Hillcrest High School in Hamilton, New Zealand ... served as team captain in high school as a senior (2009-10), earned rower of the year honors in 2010 and was named the team's most improved rower in 2009.
Competed for Hamilton Rowing Club and the Waikato Regional Performance Center ... named most promising athlete in 2009, was a member of the "most improved" crew in 2010 and was named the Hamilton Rowing Club's "rower of the year" in 2010 ... helped win the U-21 pair (quad and eight) ... finished second in the fourth and fifth in the 2x at Nationals in 2012 for the Waikato Regional Performance Center (WRPC) ... competed on the New Zealand Junior National Team in 2011 ... competing in the four, finished third.
Full name: Alice Jean White ... Alice is the daughter of Edward White and Louise Wild ... has one brother, Sam ... undeclared major.