Ohio State becomes first team in NCAA history to win three-consecutive 1V8 championships
2V8 wins semifinal heat; 1V8 and 1V4 collect runner-up finishes
1V8 and 2V8 win first-round heats, 1V4 collects runner-up finish
1V8, 2V8, 1V4 and 3V4 earn gold medals
Buckeyes travel to Indianapolis to face conference rivals
Three-time Big Ten champion (2V8, 1V4, 2V4)
2014 (Freshman Season): Rowed as a member of the First and Second Varsity Four throughout the season ... placed second behind Michigan at Griggs Reservoir on March 29 with the first varsity four ... finished second to No. 9 Michigan (7:19.08) but ahead of No. 11 Stanford in the first session of the Oregon State Classic at Dexter Lake in Lowell, Ore.; placed first (7:17.20) over Michigan, Stanford, Oregon State and Duke during the second session ... claimed first place (7:28.8) 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 (7:40.40-7:58.98) and No. 17 Louisville (8:12.93-8:46.76) May 3 at Belleville Lake in Ann Arbor, Mich. with the second varsity four ... captured the boat's second-consecutive conference title in a time of 7:34.32 at the 2014 Big Ten Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind.
Prior to Ohio State: Three-year member of the Dayton Boat Club where she rowed port ... named Most Valuable Novice Rower in 2011 ... awarded Hammer Award in 2012 and Coaches Award in 2013 ... also named Team Captain in 2013.
Personal: Daughter of Brian and Pam ... has two siblings, Greg and Rachel ... plans to attend veterinary school after graduation ... enjoys drawing, reading and volunteering at animal shelters ... member of high school National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society ... lists greatest sports thrill as racing at the Governor's Cup in Columbus (2013) with the Dayton Boat Club and placing first in the first varsity four.