Lachlan J.P. Webster
Lachlan J.P.  Webster


Melbourne, Australia

High School:
Scotch College

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 175


Political Science

At GW: Leadership Academy

International Racing: Rowed for Australia at 2013 World Junior Rowing Championships, placing fifth in the Men's Eight. Member of the 2014 Australian U21 Rowing team.

2016-17 Season: Did not compete at Eastern Sprints or IRA Regatta due to injury.

2015-16 Season: Sat two seat of the freshman eight that placed fourth at Princeton Chase behind Cal, Harvard, and Cornell, and went undefeated in spring competition... sat two seat of the third varsity eight that placed third in the second-level final at the Eastern Sprints Regatta (6:02.184) to finish 9th overall... finished fifth in the second-level final at the IRA Regatta (6:11.720) for a final national ranking of 11th.

High School/Club: Rowed for Scotch College under head coach Tom Woodruff ... 2013 Australian Schoolboy Eight Champion. 2013 APS Head of the River Champion. 2013 Victorian and NSW State Schoolboy Eight Champion. 2013 Victorian and NSW State U21 Eight Champion. 2013 Australian Henley Champion. 2013 Royal Henley Regatta Semi-Finalist. 2014 Australian National Rowing Championships: 2nd U21 Men's Pair, 3rd U21 Men's Four, 3rd U23 Men's Eight. 2014 Wilkinson Cup for Interstate Men's Youth Eights National Champion. Australian Henley Regatta Grand Challenge Cup Finalist. 2014 Victorian State Championships: 1st U21 Men's Eight. 2015 Australian National Rowing Championships: 3rd Men's U21 Four. 2015 Wilkinson Cup for Interstate Men's Youth Eights 3rd Place. 2015 Victorian and New South Wales U21 Men's Eight Champion. 2015 New South Wales State Championships 3rd U21 Men's Pair.

Personal: Born Lachlan James Preston Webster on 10/04/1995... son of Alvie and John Stephen Webster... one brother, Teddy, and one sister, Charlotte... father and brother were also National and Head of the River Champions whilst rowing at Scotch College... enjoys setting actionable goals... intended major is Political Science.

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