Buckeyes now 20-0 to start the season
Regatta is second of three home races this season at Griggs Reservoir
The Buckeyes sweep races in season-opening regatta
Regatta is first of three home races this season at Griggs Reservoir
2012 (Freshman Season) - Rowed as a member of the First Novice Eight in every competition of the season ... earned first career Buckeye win over Notre Dame (7:08.12-7:15.94) at Griggs Reservoir (March 24) ... followed that outing with a pair of wins at home (March 31) over No. 7 Yale (6:54.32-7:03.48) and No. 11 Michigan State (6:51.31-7:01.47) ... placed first against Minnesota with a time of 7:14.9 in Bloomington, Ind. on April 7 ... earned win over Oklahoma (7:06.80-7:08.99) during the morning session at Ann Arbor, Mich. on April 14 ... defeated No. 19 Clemson (7:15.27-7:27.10) at Griggs Reservoir on April 28 ... captured a Big Ten title with the First Novice Eight (May 13) ... crew sounded the horn with a time of 6:40.67.
Prior to Ohio State - Three-year letterwinner with Western Albemarle women's basketball team (2009-11) ... recipient of Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award (2011) and named Jefferson All-District Team (2009-10), Holiday Tournament MVP (2011), District Champions (2011) and State Semi-Finalists (2011) all with women's basketball ... also three-year member of the Western Albemarle rowing team ... state champion in the women's singles event (2010-11) ... second-place finish at C.R.A.S.H. B's (2011).
Personal - Daughter of Tim and Eunjung Schneller ... has one sibling, Rachel ... plans to travel back overseas to Shanghai to work following undergraduate studies ... enjoys traveling, listening to music and shopping ... lists greatest sports thrill as finishing second at C.R.A.S.H. B's (world indoor rowing championship) as it opened the doors for a future rowing career ... member of Athletes in Action (2011-present) and President of Western Athletic Leadership Council ... has traveled to Marysville, Tenn. (2012), Costa Rica (2010), Washington D.C. (2010), Harian County, Ky. (2009), Dickenson County, Va. (2008) on mission trips.
Four Buckeyes Named Pocock All-Americans