AS A SENIOR(2013-14) Came in 1st in the Jesuit Invitational in the first arsity eight...placed thirs in the first varsity eight at URI...Raced in the first varsity eight at MIT and placed first... Placed fourth at the Knecht Cup in the first varsity eight
AS A JUNIOR (2012-13) Did not compete due to injury ... earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12) Stroked the Championship Eight at the Head of the Charles Regatta ... stroked the Varsity Four A that finished 13th at the Foot of the Charles ... red-shirted the rest of the reason due to knee injury.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11) Stroked the Freshman 8+ that finished 4th at the Foot of the Charles Regatta ... rowed in the Club Four that finished 11th at the Head of the Charles Regatta 2010 ... rowed in the Varsity 8+ for the entire spring 2011 season ... received the ACC Freshman of the Year award ... All-ACC Rowing Team Member ... All-ACC Academic Team Member ... received the Ignatian Award ... won the Under-23 World Championship Trials in the Women's 1x event and finished in 15th place at the Under 23 World Rowing Championships in the BW1x event in Amsterdam, Netherlands in July 2011.
BEFORE BC Rower of the Year Award 2010 ... record 2k and 5k times for Ursuline rowing ... finished in 10th place at the Junior World Championships in the Junior Women's Single Event in Czech Republic in August 2010 ... 2010 Northeast Regional Championm 1x ... first place at Mercer Lake Sprints in Varsity 1x Event 2010 ... first place at Cooper Cup in Varsity 1x Event, 2010 ... 11th place out of 219 at C.R.A.S.H. B's in the Junior Heavyweight Girls Event 2010 ... 11th place (third out of the Junior subcategory) at Head of the Charles Regatta in Women's Club Single 2009 ... second place at US Rowing Youth National Championship in the Junior Women's 1x ... second place at SRAA Scholastic Nationals in the Junior Women's 1x ... member of National Honor Society all four years of high school.
PERSONAL Alycia Da'Loia-Moore ... daughter of John Moore and Caryn Da'Loia ... Enrolled inthe Graduate School of Social Work.