Camilla Gardiner
Camilla Gardiner

Player Profile

Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Lakeside School

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 160


Golden Bears Saluted at Honors Luncheon

Annual Event Recognizes Achievements in Academics, Athletics and Community Service


No. 1 Bears Win Fifth Straight Pac-12 Title

Cal Swept All Four Races


Bears Start Strong at Lake Natoma Invite

Varsity Eight Picks Up Two First-Day Wins


V8 Finishes Fourth at San Diego Crew Classic

Freshman Eight Win For the Bears Lone Grand Final Victory


Bears Advance at San Diego Crew Classic

Varsity Eight Takes Second in Heat

Personal: Placed third in the pairs at the 2009 youth nationals ... while at Lakeside High School competed in soccer, cross country and swimming where she was a four-year captain ... participated last summer with the Seattle Area Rowing Association ... parents are Gordon Gardiner and Nina Smith-Gardiner ... father rowed at Harvard and mother rowed at Princeton ... has two sisters ... born in Berkeley, but attended high school in Seattle, Wash. ... undeclared major.

The best part about being on Cal crew is: The competition and camaraderie on the team. We push each other hard during workouts and better ourselves to better the team as a whole.

I chose Cal because: It was a place I could challenge myself both academically and athletically. The team has an amazing reputation of success.

What sets Cal apart: Being surrounded by so many dedicated teammates makes you hold yourself to a higher standard and push yourself beyond what you thought you could do.