Fourth-year member of the Blue Hens who has earned three letters.
Competed with the Varsity Eights during all eight regattas on the year • helped the boat post victories over George Mason Duquesne and Lehigh • the Varsity Eights finished third in the third final at the Knecht Cup, third in its final at the Dad Vail Regatta, and fifth at the CAA Championship • the crew was also second at the Saint Joseph’s Invitational, third at the Temple/Lehigh Invitational, and third in its heat at the Murphy Cup • named CRCA National Scholar-Athlete • selected to National College Athlete Honor Society • earned the PNC Bank Student-Athlete Achiever Award on Oct. 3.
Competed with the Varsity Eights boat for all six of the regattas during the season • helped lead the Varsity Eights to a sixth place finish in the finals of the Murphy Cup, a fifth place finish in the semifinals of the Dad Vail Regatta, and a fifth place finish in the CAA Championships • named to CAA All-Academic Team and CAA Academic Honor Roll • Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Scholar Athlete.
Member of victorious Varsity Eights crew in quad meet with La Salle, Drexel, and Saint Joseph's • finished in third in the Varsity Eights race in quad meet with Temple, Drexel, and Lehigh • third place finish in Varsity Eights event at Murphy Cup Regatta • finished in the 16th overall position in the Varsity Eights at the Dad Vail Regatta • 2nd team College Rowing Coaches Association • (CRCA) All-Mid-Atlantic Region • 1st team All-Colonial Athletic Association • Top Colonial Athletic Association Finisher (4th, Varsity Eights) • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll.
Delaware native who attended the Charter School of Wilmington • competed for WYRA rowing program • earned two bronze medals with WYRA in 2012 • tallied two first place finishes in 2013 with WYRA • competed at the US Rowing Youth National Championships • named 2012 WYRA Most Improved Varsity Rower • two-year member of the Force field hockey team • 2011 field hockey team MVP • Honor roll student • 2013 President’s Award recipient for academic excellent • member of the National Honor Society • received Magna Cum Laude certificate on the national Latin exam.
Hannah Clare Scholes • daughter of Cass and Linda Scholes • born on Jan. 26, 1995 • has two older sisters, Rebecca and Paige • both sisters attended Delaware • environmental engineering major at Delaware • inspires to become a coastal engineer • was a lab research assistant over the summer • enjoys baking and camping in her free time • lists the Philadelphia Philles as her favorite MLB team.
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