Anne Dietrich
Anne  Dietrich


Eilenburg, Germany




Five Buckeyes Earn CRCA All-Region Honors

Twenty-two athletes names CRCA Scholar-Athletes


First Varsity Eight Wins Title, Buckeyes Finish Second Overall

Ohio State becomes first team in NCAA history to win three-consecutive 1V8 championships


No. 2 Ohio State Advances All Crews to NCAA Grand Finals

2V8 wins semifinal heat; 1V8 and 1V4 collect runner-up finishes


No. 2 Buckeyes Place All Three Crews in NCAA A/B Semifinals

1V8 and 2V8 win first-round heats, 1V4 collects runner-up finish


Big Ten Champs! Buckeyes Win Fourth Consecutive Conference Title

1V8, 2V8, 1V4 and 3V4 earn gold medals


2016 NCAA Championships

Photos by Noah Dutton


2016 Big Ten Championships

Photos by Trevor Ruszkowski


WROW: 2015 NCAA Championships

Photos by Walt Middleton Photography


2015 B1G Rowing Championships

Photos by Walt Middleton Photography

Athletic Accolades 
Two-time NCAA champion (1V8, 2V8) 
Two-time Big Ten champion (2V8) 

Academic Achievements
CRCA National Scholar-Athlete
Academic All-Big Ten selection
Three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete

2016 (Junior)
Rowed as a member of the Second Varsity Eight the whole season before moving up to the First Varsity Eight for the NCAA Championships … helped First Varsity Eight win its third-consecutive national title with a time of 6:19.04 to edge California … earned gold on the 2V8 at the Big Ten Championships with a time of 6:24.42 to help Ohio State wins its fourth conference title in a row … helped the 2V8 post a 2-0 record at the home regatta against No. 16 Syracuse and Michigan State with a season-best time of 6:18.5 … aided the Second Varsity Eight in going 17-0 at the Clemson Invite over the course of three races … rowed on the Second Varsity Eight at the first three regattas of the season to help Buckeyes post wins over No. 11 Princeton, No. 7 Michigan, Clemson and Michigan State.

2015 (Sophomore)
Raced as a member of the First Varsity Four from April 4 through April 25 … captured first at the Big Ten/ACC Challenge in Charlottesville, Va., defeating No. 4 Virginia (7:03.2) and Clemson (7:28.8) … defeated Minnesota (6:45.21) at Griggs Reservoir on April 11 but fell to Wisconsin (6:44.96-6:49.39) … finished second to Virginia (7:31.1) but ahead of Syracuse, Harvard, UCLA, Indiana and Dartmouth in the first session at the Clemson Invitational in Clemson, S.C., on April 18; placed first in the second session, defeating Washington State (7:23.6-7:24.7) … claimed first place against Michigan (7:24.5) on April 25 at Griggs Reservoir … finished the season as a member of the Second Varsity Eight … placed second at the 2015 Big Ten Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind., with a time of 7:02.29, helping the Buckeyes to a third consecutive Big Ten team championship and fifth overall ... earned a silver medal with the 2V8 at the 2015 NCAA Championships in Gold River, Calif., clinching the program’s third team title ... Academic All-Big Ten and OSU Scholar-Athlete. 

2014 (Freshman)
Rowed as a member of the First Varsity Four and Second Varsity Eight throughout the season ... earned Big Ten Boat of the Week honors (April 1) after opening the season with a 2V8 win (6:30.42) over No. 12 Michigan at Griggs Reservoir March 29 ... captured a win (6:32.10) over No. 11 Stanford and a second-place finish at the Oregon State Classic April 5 in Lowell, Ore. ... claimed first place (7:28.8) with the first varsity four over No. 19 Louisville, Indiana and Iowa at the Big Ten Challenge April 12 in Iowa City, Iowa ... captured a win over No. 9 Notre Dame (7:34.4-7:43.75) and placed second (7:28.5) to No. 4 Virginia at the Big Ten/ACC Challenge April 19 in Ann Arbor, Mich. ... defeated Michigan State (6:43.77-6:59.13) and No. 17 Louisville (7:08.87-7:26.50) May 3 at Belleville Lake in Ann Arbor, Mich., as a member of the second varsity eight ... earned the boat's second-consecutive conference title at the 2014 Big Ten Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind., with a time of 6:38.09 ... captured the boat's second-consecutive NCAA championship with a first-place finish (6:59.43) at the 2014 NCAA Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind. ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.