2012 (Sophomore Season): Opened the season with the Second Varsity Four, defeating Notre Dame (7:30.4-7:49.13) at Griggs Reservoir on March 24 ... earned two wins against No. 7 Yale (7:14.81-7:28.66) and No. 11 Michigan State (7:13.39-7:41.80) at Griggs Reservoir on March 31 ... as a member of the First Varsity Four, earned wins against Wisconsin and Minnesota in Bloomington, Ind., on April 7 with times of 6:57.4 and 6:59.6, respectively ... defeated Oklahoma (7:37.20-8:13.07) in the morning session and Tennessee and Oregon State in the afternoon session with a time of 7:44.42 in Ann Arbor, Mich. on April 14 ... tallied two wins over No. 14 Harvard and No. 19 Clemson with a time of 7:38.47 on April 28 at Griggs Reservoir ... won a Big Ten championship in Indianapolis on May 13 with a time of 7:01.815 ... won the program's first ever NCAA Championship at Lake Mercer, N.J. on May 27, crossing the line in 7:13.09.
2011 (Freshman Season): Competed with novice team during season ... rowed to a win with First Novice Eight at ACC/Big Ten Challenge hosted by Buckeyes; group outlasted Clemson with time of 7:49.14 ... finished runner-up at Big Ten championships in Indianapolis, Ind., with 1N8; recorded 6:37.0 time, placing Buckeyes ahead of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan State, Iowa and Indiana ... Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State: Rowed with Dublin Crew (2006-10) ... honored for rowing excellence as a novice (2007) ... earned most improved honors as a varsity team member.
Personal: Daughter of Dan and DeeAnn ... has two siblings, Charlie and Holly ... wants to attend graduate school for physical therapy and travel after earning undergraduate degree in health science ... interested in coaching high school rowing program ... enjoys reading, biking, cooking, listening to music and watching new movies ... lists greatest sports thrills as winning the Big Ten Championship as a team in 2011 and winning a NCAA Championship with the First Varsity Four in 2012... member of Ohio State University Scholars ... participates with OSU Athletes in Action.