Bartlett has been in the Varsity 8 since her freshman year. In 2014, her boat placed 2ndat WIRA and 3rd at NCAA National Championships. In 2016, as stroke seat, her boat placed 1st at WIRA Championships and 3rd at NCAA Championships.
Bartlett has been recognized as a GNAC Faculty Athletic Representative Scholar-Athlete in 2014, a Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association National Scholar Athlete in 2015, and a member of the District 8 CoSIDA Academic All-District At-Large Team in 2016. In 2015-16, she was president of Western’s Industrial Designer’s Society of America and was an IDSA National Merit Finalist that same year.
HIGH SCHOOL:Has rowed since her freshman year at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology…was a state champion and national finalist in the Freshman 8…went on to compete mostly in the pair and Varsity 8 for the following three years at her high school in the winter and spring, as well as at Northern Virginia Rowing Club in the fall…among her best races were a 2nd place finish in the pair at Club Nationals, 7th place finish at Head of the Charles in the eight, and leading her team to finals at states and nationals as stroke seat…also attended several Junior National Team rowing camps, including Junior B Sculling Camp and Selection Camp…also competed in volleyball, swimming and diving during high school. PERSONAL: Industrial design major with minors in sustainable design and Spanish…has worked as an assistant coach at the Seattle Rowing Center for the junior national development rowing team (sculling) and as a learn-to-row coach for elementary and middle school children…has volunteered with Miles Make Champions Rowing Camp in Virginia.