University of Miami Athletics

Stephanie Ferrali




Fifth-Year Senior



Stephanie Ferrali - Rowing - University of Miami Athletics

2022-23: All-ACC Academic Team honoree…Competed in the 2v8 for a majority of the season…Rowed the V8 – B Boat to a second-place finish at the Head of the Indian Creek in a time of 13:53.59…Competed in the Pair D boat at the Head of the Black Warrior River, finishing 11th in a time of 19:59.30…Helped the 2v8 to a first-place showing against Stetson, crossing the finish line in a time of 6:51.5…Participated in Miami’s scrimmage against Rochester as a member of the V8 – B Boat…Placed first in the 2v8 in a quad-race against Jacksonville, UCF and UConn with a time of 7:05.40…Propelled the 2v8 to a second-place finish in the Grand Final of the Sunshine State Invite, finishing in a time of 6:36.33…Competed in the 2v8 at the Michigan State Invite, finishing first in both heat races, highlighted by a 6:43.84 time in heat one…Rowed the 2v8 to its second-fastest 2,000-meter time of the season at the Lake Wheeler Invite, crossing the finish line in a time of 6:36.440 in heat two of the first round…Placed fifth in the ACC Championship 2v8 Grand Final with a time of 6:54:837.

2021-22: Rowed in the 1v8 for the entire season…Helped Miami to a first-place finish (7:09.100) against Jacksonville and Stetson (3/25)…Placed second in the petite finals of the Sunshine State Invite (6:40.77)…Finished second in a dual with UCF, crossing the finish line in a time of 6:50.80…Rowed the 1v8 to a second-place showing (6:42.638) and two third-place finishes at the Lake Wheeler Invite…Propelled the 1v8 to a third-place finish (6:53.694) in the heat race at the ACC Championship to earn a spot in the grand final…Finished fourth in the ACC Championship 1v8 grand final in a time of 6:32.179.

2020-21: Made her Canes debut in the 2v8 boat in a duel against UCF, propelling Miami to first-place finish (6:46.87)…Rowed the 1v8 to a Grand Final appearance at the ACC Championship (5/15), taking home fifth (6:38.878)…Helped Miami to its best team finish (sixth) at the ACC Championship since 2014.