Feb. 28, 2001
GREENSBORO, NC – Clemson rower Lauren Henne is one of 19 Atlantic Coast Conference scholar athletes who were named recipients of the 2001 Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholarships, as announced by Commissioner John Swofford. The scholarships are awarded to selected senior student-athletes who have intentions of continuing academic work as full-time graduate students. Each recipient will receive $5,000 to use toward his or her graduate education. These student-athletes have performed with distinction in the classroom and in their respective sports, and have demonstrated exemplary conduct in the community.
Henne, a native of Hilton Head, SC, was an All-ACC selection and a member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll in both 1999 and 2000. She was a team captain in 2000 and a co-captain in 1999. Henne earned the team’s Most Valuable Athlete Award and was also the co-winner of the team’s Most Inspirational Varsity Athlete award.
The Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholarship recipients, by school, are: Clemson: Lauren Henne (rowing). Duke: Courtney Summer (field hockey). Florida State: Kristen Adams (women’s swimming), Brooke Wyckoff (women’s basketball). Georgia Tech: Sergio Aguirre (men’s tennis), Danielle Donehew (women’s basketball). Maryland: Brian Kopka (football), Christian Lewis (mens soccer). North Carolina: Michael Bucy (men’s soccer), Holly Huff (field hockey), Louis Marchetti (football). NC State: Amy Beykirch (women’s cross country/track and field), Zach Breitenbach (wrestling), Christina Nichols (women’s cross country/track and field). Virginia: Jamie Grimes (men’s swimming), Katie Tracy (women’s soccer), Lorraine Vixxuso (field hockey). Wake Forest: Jenny Everett (field hockey), Raul Munoz (men’s tennis).
The 2001 Clemson rowing team opens its season at home on March 10 with a dual regatta with Villanova.
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