Liliane Lindsay


Date of birth






Began Rowing

New York Rowing Association, 2007


Harrison, N.Y.


New York, N.Y.

Current residence

New Haven, Conn.

High School

Harrison High School, 2014

Undergraduate Education

Yale University, Environmental Studies B.A., 2018

Graduate Education

University of Cambridge, MPhil in Environmental Policy, 2019

Training Location

Derby, Conn.

Current Coach

Will Porter

Club Affiliations

Pelham Community Rowing Association

National Teams

Three – Junior, 2013-14; Under 23, 2018

International Results

Won bronze in the pair at the 2014 World Rowing Junior Championships...Finished fifth in the eight at the 2013 World Rowing Junior Championships...Won the under 19 quadruple sculls at the 2012 Canadian Henley.

National Results

Placed ninth in the varsity eight at the 2018 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships...Finished sixth in the varsity eight at the 2017 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships.


Lily likes traveling, hiking, napping and reading. She climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in 2015. Lily has a lot of Saybrook Pride and hopes to travel to all seven continents one day. She loves nature, animals and anything that involves being outside. Lily’s sister's friend asked her to start rowing with her, and her mom made her tag along. Lily’s sister, Emma, is her personal hero because she is the most selfless and supportive person Lily knows. Lily said she owes much of her success in her rowing career to Emma. Lily was a 2016-2017 Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association First-Team All-American, 2017-2018 Academic All-Ivy, 2017-2018 First-Team All-Ivy, 2016-2017 Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association First-Team All-Region, 2015-2018 CRCA Scholar Athlete, and recipient of the Anne Warner Award for contribution to the first varsity at Yale Women’s Crew.

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