Stephanie Erlacher
Stephanie Erlacher
Height: 5-10
Year: JR
Hometown: Hopewell Junction, N.Y.
High School: Our Lady of Lourdes
Major: Environmental Science & Natural Resources

2019 (Junior)

  • Rowed in the second seat for the Varsity 4+ at the NCAA Championship. The boat finished 19th in its flight, the highest ever by any Rhode Island boat at the NCAA Championship in program history. The performance helped URI place 21st nationally (5/31-6/2)
  • Rowed in the second seat for the Varsity 4+ that won its flight at the Atlantic 10 Championship, helping the team win its seventh conference title (5/18)
  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Varsity 4+ boat at the Eastern Sprints (5/5)
  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Varsity 4+ B boat at the Cherry Hill Invitational (4/20)
  • Rowed in the bow seat for the Second Varsity 8+ at the Doc Hosea Invitational (3/30)
  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Varsity 4+ B boat at the Cooper Sprints (3/24)

2018 (Sophomore)

  • Rowed in the second seat for the Second Varsity 4+ against Boston College (4/21)
  • Rowed in the second seat for the Varsity 4+ boat that placed fourth in its flight at the Kerr Cup in Philadelphia (4/14)
  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Varsity 4+ boat that won its flight on Day One and finished second on Day Two at the George Washington Invitational (4/6 and 4/7)
  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Second Varsity 4+ boat at the Cooper Sprints (3/25)

2017 (Freshman)

  • Rowed in the third seat for the Third Varsity 8+ boat at the Atlantic 10 Championship (5/6)
  • Rowed in the third seat for the Second Varsity 4+ boat that defeated MIT head-to-head (4/22)
  • Rowed in the stroke seat for the Second Varsity 4+ boat that competed against Boston College and Boston University (4/15)
  • Rowed in the sixth seat for the Third Varsity 8+ boat at the George Washington Invitational (4/8)
  • Rowed in the third seat for the Second Varsity 4+ boat at the Doc Hosea Invitational (4/2)
  • Made her collegiate debut and rowed in the fifth seat for the Third Varsity 8+ boat that competed against MIT in Boston, Mass. (3/25)