Date of birth
2007, The American School in London
The American School in London
Princeton University, B.A. History; Minor in Environmental Studies; Minor in Energy Technology; 2014
GMS Rowing Center/Riverside Boat Club
Five – Junior, 2009-10; Under 23, 2014; Senior, 2018-19
Finished fourth in the lightweight quadruple sculls at the 2018 World Rowing Championships...Finished seventh in the quadruple sculls at the 2014 World Rowing Under 23 Championships...Finished sixth in the quadruple sculls at the 2010 World Rowing Junior Championships...Finished ninth in the quadruple sculls at the 2009 World Rowing Junior Championships.
Finished fourth in the double sculls at the 2017 World Championship Trials...Won the double sculls at the 2014 Under 23 World Championship Trials…Won the varsity eight at the 2014 Ivy League Championships and finished seventh at the 2014 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships...Finished third in the second varsity eight at the 2013 Ivy League Championships and finished sixth at the 2013 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships…Won the second varsity eight race at the 2012 Ivy League Championships and finished fourth at the 2012 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships…Won the varsity four at the 2011 Eastern Women’s Sprints and finished ninth the 2011 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships...Coached the lightweight quadruple sculls at the 2015 World Rowing Under 23 Championships.
Margaret was named Athlete of the Year in 2009 and 2010 at the American School in London and was All-Ivy League at Princeton in 2014. She enjoys baking, cooking, and knitting because she loves the creativity in all of them. Margaret also enjoys telemark skiing, snowboarding, trying new things & foods, and drinking coffee. She is a huge winter sports-woman and is only hindered in her pursuits by the fact that it takes away from much-needed erg time. She grew up a soccer player and ski racer before her family moved to London where there were no mountains for her to race down. She started rowing because her older sister was a rower, and she was in the market for a new sport. Her personal hero is her mom, Sarah, who grew up playing sports and took up adventure racing (with her dad) while simultaneously raising four young children. Margaret said seeing her drive and commitment in such an intense sport greatly impacted her development as an athlete, and she wouldn't be where she was today if not for her mother.