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Tom Dethlefs

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Milestone Academic Counseling

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Milestone Academic Counseling

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Milestone Academic Counseling is a private Princeton, NJ based tutoring service that offers individualized instruction and test preparation. We offer several core services including the following: Academic Coaching - a personalized curriculum revolving aroun...more

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US Rowing


Men's Heavyweight Crew, Captain

Yale University


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Tom Dethlefs - Yale University


www.nhregister.com

Added senior captain Tom Dethlefs: "We rowed a tough race.
"The tradition of swapping shirts resonates with you," Dethlefs said.


www.nhregister.com

"It's a much smaller team," said senior captain Tom Dethlefs, "but everybody's on the same page.
Dethlefs is perhaps the perfect embodiment for the program's progress. He was recruited by all the major programs out of high school, including Cal while Gladstone was still at the helm. He chose Yale, and shortly after Gladstone took over a couple of years ago, the new coach asked Dethlefs why he chose Yale, which has been swept by Harvard in all three races (freshman, varsity and second varsity) the past four years. "I want to get the train moving," Dethlefs responded.


www.yaledailynews.com

"We rowed an aggressive race off the start but never settled into a rhythm," team captain Tom Dethlefs '12 said.
"Without a stable rhythm, we didn't have the cohesiveness to keep the boat speed up in the last part of the race. We had a very good week of training leading up to the Carnegie Cup, and so while this was certainly not ideal I don't think it was representative of the speed we have been producing in practice." Dethlefs added that if the team continues to train as it has, it should be able to rebound from these loses and do well in the Eastern Sprints, its first championship race of the season.


www.yaledailynews.com

Team captain Tom Dethlefs '12 noted that this year, Yale is one of only a few rowing programs in the nation to be undefeated at all levels at this point in the season.
"Perhaps the biggest difference between last year and this one is that we now have a critical mass of guys who are really pushing the limits and making boats go fast," Dethlefs said, describing the current squad as "smaller but more elite." In contrast to this season, last spring the Bulldogs' varsity squad fell to Brown, Princeton and Cornell in the season cup races and placed seventh in the Eastern Sprints in mid-May and 10th in the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National Championships in June. Dethlefs said that while last year's championship finishes were solid and mid-pack, the team was disappointed with its results. This "period of adjustment" allowed the team and coaches to reevaluate the team and figure out a strategy to elevate Yale to medal standing. Dethlefs said that the fall fitness requirements kept everyone motivated over the summer and that some team members returned in better physiological shape than when they had left in the spring.


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