Mimi Reichenbach
Mimi Reichenbach
Height: 5-11
Year: So.
Hometown: Newton, Mass.
High School: Phillips Exeter Academy
Major: Engineering science - environmental
Residential College: Davenport

2013-14: Won a bronze medal with the second varsity four at the Ivy League Championship.

2012-13: Sat in the second varsity four.

Before Yale: A member of the Exeter varsity boat since her sophomore year... In 2011 sat seven seat in the NEIRA winning varsity eight, a boat that went on to finish fourth at the US Rowing Youth National Championships...  Invited to the US Rowing Junior National Team High Performance Camp... A three sport varsity athlete at Exeter... Also captained the field hockey squad and played on the ice hockey team.

Porter Says: “I can tell already that Mimi will be a great teammate. She has an energy about her that is contagious. She truly enjoys the work.”

Why Yale? “Because of its combination of excellent academics, athletics and school vibe. Yale’s academics are some of the best in the nation, and Yale Women’s Crew is a continuously successful team with incredible athletes and coaching. After sitting in on Yale classes, meeting students, watching practice- and tasting the dining hall’s macaroni and cheese- I knew it was definitely where I wanted to be.”

Quote: “Be the athlete you’d be terrified to face on the starting line.”- Christine Devlin