Women's Rowing

Sandra Dinter

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Nidderau, Germany

High School:
Karl-Rehbein-Schule

Height:
5-7

Position:
Varsity

Sandra  Dinter

05/31/2015

National Champions! No. 3 Buckeyes Win Third Consecutive Title

Ohio State becomes the first team in NCAA history to win three consecutive national titles

05/30/2015

No. 3 Ohio State Advances All Three Crews to NCAA Grand Finals

Buckeyes battle for a third-consecutive national title Sunday

05/29/2015

No. 3 Buckeyes Place All Three Crews in NCAA A/B Semifinals

Buckeyes are well positioned in pursuit of a third-consecutive national title

05/17/2015

Big Ten Champions! No. 1 Buckeyes Win Third-Consecutive Title

Ohio State wins six of seven finals on its way to a championship-record 186 points

05/16/2015

No. 1 Ohio State Sweeps B1G Preliminary Heats

Buckeyes finish 4-0 on day one of the Big Ten championships, are well positioned for day two

06/01/2015

WROW: 2015 NCAA Championships

Photos by Walt Middleton Photography

05/19/2015

2015 B1G Rowing Championships

Photos by Walt Middleton Photography

04/27/2015

Ohio State vs. Michigan, Michigan State, Syracuse

Photos by Jeff Mills

4/25/15 at Griggs Reservoir on the Scioto River

Athletic Accolades
2015 Big Ten champion (1V4)

2014 (Freshman Season):
Rowed as a member of the Second Varsity Eight … earned Big Ten Boat of the Week honors (April 1) … opened the season with a win (6:30.42) over No. 12 Michigan at Griggs Reservoir March 29.

Prior to Ohio State: Rowed port for Coach Volker Lechtenberg ... placed fourth in the junior women's eight and fifth in the junior lightweight women's four at the 2012 World Junior Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

Personal: Daughter of Andreas and Kerstin ... has one sibling, Jennifer ... plans to attend medical school after graduation ... enjoys playing sports, painting and reading ... lists greatest sports thrill as placing fourth at the 2012 World Junior Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

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