Courtney Harrington
Courtney Harrington
Year: JR
Hometown: Milford, Conn.
High School: Joseph A. Foran
Major: Marketing

2017 (Junior)

  • Rowed in the second seat for the Varsity 8+ boat that placed second in its heat at the Atlantic 10 Championship (5/6)
  • Rowed in the second seat for the Varsity 8+ boat that defeated MIT and Holy Cross (4/22)
  • Rowed in the seventh seat for the Second Varsity 8+ boat that beat Boston College and Boston University (4/15)
  • Rowed in the bow seat for the Varsity 8+ boat at the George Washington Invitational (4/8)
  • Rowed in the bow seat for the Varsity 8+ boat that placed 6th out of 10 teams at the Doc Hosea Invitational (4/2)
  • Rowed in the bow seat for the Varsity 8+ boat that beat MIT and Coast Guard in Boston, Mass. (3/25)

2016 (Sophomore)

  • Was the stroke for the Second Varsity 8+ boat that placed second in its flight at the Atlantic 10 Championship, helping the Rams win their fourth A-10 title and earn the program's second trip to the NCAA Championship (5/8)
  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Second Varsity 8+ boat that beat MIT and Holy Cross on Lake Quinsigamond (4/24)
  • Was the stroke for the Second Varsity 8+ boat that beat Boston University and lost to Boston College (4/16)
  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Second Varsity 8+ boat that went 4-0 at the George Washington Invitational, where the Rams placed second overall in the six-team standings (4/8 and 4/9)
  • Was the stroke for the Second Varsity 8+ boat on both days of the Doc Hosea Invitational Regatta (4/2 and 4/3)
  • Rowed in the seventh seat for the Second Varsity 8+ in its win at Massachusetts (3/26)

2015 (Freshman)

  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Varsity 4 boat that won its flight at the Atlantic 10 Championship (5/2)
  • Rowed in the sixth seat for the Third Varsity 8 boat that beat Boston University and lost to the Boston College A and B boats (4/25)
  • Rowed in the second seat for the Varsity 4 boat at the Lake Natoma Invitational (4/11 and 4/12)
  • Rowed in the second seat for the Varsity 4A boat that swept Boston University and Buffalo at the Nordic 9 in Ithaca, N.Y.