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University of Miami Athletics

Jane Elsner

position

Rower

Class

Freshman

Hometown

Speyer, Germany

High School

Hans-Purrmann-Gymnasium Speyer

Jane Elsner - Rowing - University of Miami Athletics

Career Honors

  • ACC Crew of the Week (1v8 – April 2, 2024)
2023-24 (As a Freshman)
  • Competed with the 1v8 boat for the entirety of the season
  • Turned in a time of 6:35.5 at the Lake Dexter Invite against No. 20 Oregon State and Washington State March 23
  • Helped the Canes to a first place time in the second heat of the 1v8 at the Sunshine State Invite with a mark of 7:06.34
  • Brought Miami to a first place time and big points at the finals of the Sunshine State Invite with a time of 6:3369, defeating Iowa, Tulsa, UCF, Boston College, Michigan State, UNC and Drexel
  • Crossed the line first at the Lake Natoma Invite in the morning session (6:43.1), defeating Sacramento State (6:46.8) and LMU (6:50.3)
  • Defeated UCLA in the afternoon session at the Lake Natoma Invite in Sacramento, posting a mark of 6:52.7
  • Posted a top-three time on the first day of the Lake Wheeler Invite, finishing in 6:51.613 to defeat Boston College, Tulsa and Kansas
  • Closed Lake Wheeler with a top-three mark of 6:42.570, defeating Alabama, Iowa and Boston
  • Set a program record with a mark of 6:34.427 in the first varsity eight grand final at the ACC Championships
High School
  • Graduated from Hans-Purrmann-Gymnasium Speyer
  • Rowed for Rudergesellschaft Speyer
  • Rowed in the pair, four, and single in the bow, two, and three seats, respectively
  • Placed first in Germany’s Southwest Championship
  • Won silver at the Southwest Championship
  • Played volleyball in high school
Personal
  • Daughter of Claudia and Martin Elsner, Sister of Hendrik
  • Intends to double major in Microbiology and Immunology
  • Enjoys reading and art
  • Also has a passion for oil and acrylic painting
  • Chose Miami because of the team spirit and academic support
  • Goal at Miami is to have a strong NCAA rowing career and graduate with two majors