2008: Coxswain of the Varsity Eight and Varsity Lightweight Eight ... beat a long list of competitors to finish 9-2 on the season in the Varsity Eight ... won the Murphy Cup to contribute to the second consecutive team points title ... won the Knecht Cup, which qualified the entire team to compete for the first time a the prestigious Women's Eastern Sprints ... led the Bison to the third Patriot League Championship in as many years with a staggering almost 15- second victory over Navy, earning the Boat of the Year accolade for the third year in a row ... won the ECAC Metro Championship for the second year in a row and contributed to another sweep of the varsity events and the team points title ... raced an incredible stroke-for-stroke race with Dartmouth to the line at Eastern Sprints to finish 0.1 second out of first, garnering second in the Petite Final and leading the Bison to an eighth-place team finish out of 18 ... earned Bison Athlete of the Week Honors in April after the Patriot League victory ... selected to the All-Patriot League team for the second year in a row ... beat Buffalo and Lehigh in the Varsity Lightweight Eight and helped Bucknell to a fourth-place finish at the IRA National Championship Regatta ... traveled to England and raced at the Reading Amateur Regatta and the Henley Women's Regatta ... defeated Boston University in the Elite Eight final at the Reading Amateur Regatta.
2007: Coxswain of the Varsity Eight ... recorded a nearly flawless 8-1 record ... coxed the 2007 national championship varsity lightweight eight at IRA Regatta ... won the boat, team and Patriot League Boat of the Year at the Patriot League Championship, defeating Navy by over five seconds ... won the ECAC Metro Regatta in the Varsity Eight and contributed to the Overall Points Trophy for Bucknell by defeating perennial power UMass and up-and-coming crews from Rhode Island and Buffalo ... won the Murphy Cup Regatta, contributing to the women's and overall points trophies for Bucknell ... beat Georgetown, Rhode Island and Boston College ... honored as Damon's Athlete of the Week in the Varsity Eight after winning the Patriot League Championship ... part of squad finishing the year ranked second in the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Region ... honored as only coxswain named to All-Patriot League team ... named first team All-Region Coxswain for the NCAA Mid-Atlantic Region ... named a Lightweight All-American.
2006: Coxswain of the Second Varsity Eight ... competed as the Lightweight Eight at the IRA Regatta ... made program history by winning the Murphy Cup Regatta ... raced competitively with perennial power Princeton Lightweights ... defeated crews from Colgate, West Virginia, and Cincinnati at home ... second at the Patriot League Championships to contribute heavily to the team title ... silver medal in the JV Eight at the Dad Vail Regatta ... qualified for the Grand Final at the IRA Championships and finished sixth, the best performance by a Lightweight Eight in program history ... honored as one of Bucknell's Lewisburg Hotel Bison Athletes of the Week in April as well as an Athlete of the Month at the April Women's Sports Luncheon.
High School: Captain of tennis team that were Cape Atlantic League and South Jersey champions ... awarded Outstanding Woman Athlete honor ... rowed at both Atlantic City High School and with the Ventnor City Rowing Club ... fourth in Lightweight Eight at Stotesbury in 2003 ... sixth-place finish in JV8 at Stotesbury in 2004 ... National Honor Society member.
Personal: Full name is Jeweliet Alexandra Yost ... born July 17, 1987 in Atlantic City, N.J. ... daughter of Jude and Clyde Yost ... brother Joel ... considering major in chemical engineering.