Nikki  Arcamuzi

Nikki Arcamuzi


Memphis, Tenn.

High School:
White Station



Nuclear Engineering

2012-13 - Senior
  • Competed in the Championship 4+ where her boat tied for fifth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 18 minutes and 26.3 seconds
  • At the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga placed fifth with a time of 16 minutes and 39.3 seconds in the Championship 8+
  • Rowed with the V8+ that placed 30th at the prestigious Head of the Charles in Boston with a time of 18 minutes and 11.03 seconds
  • Placed first with a time of 18 minutes and 46.75 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race in the Collegiate 4
  • Helped the Lady Vols place second at the Chattanooga Head Race in the Collegiate 8 with a time of 16 minutes and 32.15 seconds
2011-12 - Junior
  • Helped UT clinch the 2012 C-USA Championship after leading the V8+ to the varsity eight title
  • Started spring season with one gold and two silver medals at Oak Ridge Invitational
  • Rowed with the V8+ at the San Diego Crew Classic, finishing fourth in the petite final
  • Part of the V8+ at Michigan and Princeton
  • Part of V8+ that defeated Central Florida on Lake Pickett
  • Finished sixth in the Collegiate 8 at the Chattanooga Head Race
2010-11 - Sophomore
  • Stroked 2V8+ vs. Minnesota to second place
  • Led 2V8+ as stroke seat to first place vs. Louisville
  • Rowed in V8+ at Lake Natoma Invite to a first-place and two-second place finishes
  • Stayed in V8 for remainder of spring, taking fourth against Princeton, second at the C-USA regatta
  • Won Most Improved Award
  • Earned one medal during fall
  • Third place with Collegiate 8+ boat and sixth-place finish with Collegiate 4+ boat at Chattanooga Head Race

2009-10 - Freshman
  • Worked up to Varsity 4+, starting at Lake Natoma Invitational
  • Helped boat to second place in B final there
  • Propelled shell to third place at C-USA, enabling UT to win first-ever conference title
  • Competed in V4+ at 2010 NCAAs

High School
  • Graduated from White Station High School in Memphis
  • Earned three varsity letters in swimming
  • Received Cum Laude honors on National Latin Exam
  • Majoring in Nuclear Engineering at Tennessee
  • Wants to work at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) after graduating
  • A high school teammate of current Lady Vol swimmer Brooke Watson
  • What she loves most about rowing is that it teaches her strict discipline, and her favorite thing about UT is all of the new and interesting people she meets
  • Nikki rows port side, and her 2K erg is 7:25.9
  • Has four siblings, Alex, Stephanie, Samantha and Harry
  • Chose Tennessee over Michigan State
  • Nikki Anne Arcamuzi, the daughter of Annie and Michael Arcamuzi was born on July 2, 1991 in Barrington, Illinois.


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