Grace Latz

Statistics

Date of birth

2/21/88

Height

6'0"

Weight

172

Began Rowing

2006, University of Wisconsin

Hometown

Jackson, Mich.

Birthplace

Jackson, Mich.

Current residence

Princeton, N.J.

High School

Jackson Northwest High School

Undergraduate Education

University of Wisconsin, International Studies-Global Commons and Environmental Studies, 2011

Training Location

Princeton, N.J.

Current Coach

Tom Terhaar, Laurel Korholz

Club Affiliations

United States Training Center – Princeton, Vesper Boat Club

Teams

Senior

2014-2016

International Results

2016

Olympic Games

Fifth, quadruple sculls

World Rowing Cup II

Sixth, quadruple sculls

2015

World Rowing Championships

First, women's four

World Rowing Cup II

Third, quadruple sculls

2014

World Rowing Championships

Third, quadruple sculls

World Rowing Cup II

Second, quadruple sculls

2013

Henley Royal Regatta

Finalist, Princess Grace Challenge Cup

Holland Beker Regatta

Eighth, women's single sculls

Royal Canadian Regatta

First, senior double sculls

Royal Canadian Regatta

First, senior women's four

2012

Royal Canadian Henley

First, senior women's four

Royal Canadian Henley

Second, championship eight

Royal Canadian Henley

Second, senior quadruple sculls

National Results

Finished third in the double sculls at 2013 National Selection Regatta 2…Medaled in the championship four at the 2012 Head of the Charles…Won the championship four at the 2011 Head of the Charles.

Personal

Grace received the University of Wisconsin Athletic Department Student-Athlete Community Service Award for her work on campus environmental sustainability, including starting a game day recycling program for Camp Randall Stadium...Her most memorable athletic achievements were being part of the first ever Wisconsin win of the Big Ten Team Championship, the highest team finish at the NCAA Championships in 2010...She lists her parents, David and Virginia Latz, and her husband, Jules Zane, as the most influential people in her life for their unconditional support...After rowing she also looks forward to traveling with only a carry on and without so many workout clothes.