Antonia Dendrinos
Antonia Dendrinos
Height: 5-7
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Glenolden, Pa.
Position: port

As a senior (2014): Did not miss a spring race, competing with both the varsity eight and second varsity eight…saw at bow with the V8 in the first two races, then stroked the JV8 in four races before finishing the season in the two seat of the varsity eight the final five races…sat at two for the varsity eight’s silver medal winning performance at the WIRA Championships…raced with the varsity eight all four years of her career…never missed a race during her career.

As a junior (2013):
Competed with the second varsity eight in each of the boat’s first seven spring races before making the jump to the varsity eight for two races…both of those appearances in the top boat came at bow at the WIRA Championships…with the second varsity eight, she sat at bow three times, the six seat on three occasions, and once in the four seat.

As a sophomore (2012): Competed with the varsity eight in every spring race for the second consecutive season…sat at bow in the first race of the season, before switching to the seven seat for six races, and finally the three seat during the boat’s final five races…was one of just five Hornets to compete with the top boat in every spring race…helped the boat to a bronze medal at the WIRA Championships, and a sixth place showing (out of 33 entries) at the Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia.…also competed at bow in one race with the varsity four at the season-opening Sacramento State Invitational.

As a freshman (2011): Competed in the two seat with the varsity eight in every spring race…that included winning a bronze medal at the WIRA Championships with the team’s top boat…one of two freshmen (Julia Lathrop) that competed with the varsity eight all season.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Archbishop Prendergast High School in Drexel Hill, Pa…competed in four years of rowing and one season of field hockey…rowed with the varsity four, second varsity eight and varsity eight for the Pandas…placed first with her boat three straight years at the Upper Merion Invitational (2008-10)…competed with the varsity eight in both 2009 and 2010, and with the second varsity eight in 2007 and 2008…named team MVP in 2009, and was recipient of the Coaches Award in 2010.

Personal: Daughter of Spiros and Barbara Dendrinos…a social work major…posted a 7:23.9 on the 2,000-meter ergometer test.