Duo now on ballot for Big Ten Athlete of the Year
Asad, Davis, Norton and Shields earn First Team All-America honors
Twenty-two athletes names CRCA Scholar-Athletes
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
Photos by Noah Dutton
Photos by Trevor Ruszkowski
Photos by Walt Middleton Photography
Photos by Walt Middleton Photography
Photos by Jeff Mills 4/25/15 at Griggs Reservoir on the Scioto River
Four-time NCAA champion (1V8, 2V8)
Four-time Big Ten champion (1V8, 2V8)
Three-time First Team CRCA Pocock All-American
Three-time First Team CRCA All-Central Region
Three-time First Team All-Big Ten
2014 and 2016 Ohio State Female Athlete of the Year
Two-time Big Ten Athlete of the Year
2013 Big Ten Freshman of the Year
Big Ten Medal of Honor
CRCA National Scholar-Athlete
Academic All-Big Ten
Ohio State Scholar-Athlete
Rowed as a member of the First Varsity Eight in every race of the season … won gold in the 1V8 at the NCAA Championships with a time of 6:19.035 to help the Buckeyes win their historic third-consecutive championship in the First Varsity Eight … took first place at the Big Ten Championships in the 1V8 by edging out No. 10 Michigan by just 0.072 seconds with a time of 6:22.794 to help Ohio State secure its fourth-straight conference title … represented Australia at the World U23 Championships … led Ohio State in victories over No. 11 Princeton and No. 6 Yale in the 1V8 in the first regatta of the season … dominated No. 4 Virginia at Griggs Reservoir, winning by 4.8 seconds with a time of 6:30.2 in the First Varsity Eight … pushed the Ohio State 1V8 to an undefeated 17-0 record on the weekend at the Clemson Invite with wins against No. 3 Virginia, No. 8 Texas, No. 14 Washington State and No. 20 Louisville … dominated conference rivals No. 10 Michigan and Michigan State at the Big Ten Double Dual in Princeton, N.J., with times of 6:34.8 and 7:00.8 … capped the regular season in the 1V8 with a commanding win against No. 16 Syracuse and Michigan State … finished the season in the First Varsity Eight with a race record of 12-2 and an overall record of 46-2.
2015 (Junior Season)
Rowed as a member of the First Varsity Eight in every race of the season … earned three Big Ten Boat of the Week honors (April 28, April 21 and March 31) and an undefeated 15-0 race record (49-0 overall) … opened the season with two wins at the Big Ten/ACC Double Dual on Griggs Reservoir in Columbus March 28, the first (6:10.65) 18 seconds ahead of No. 9 Notre Dame and the second (6:13.35) over No. 18 Louisville … captured two first-place finishes at the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Lake Monticello in Charlottesville, Va., April 4; the first (6:06.7) over No. 4 Virginia and the second (6:25.0) over Clemson … won both races at the Big Ten Double Dual on Griggs Reservoir April 11 … earned the first victory (5:54.78) by 16 seconds over No. 19 Minnesota and the second over No. 18 Wisconsin (5:58.74-6:03.04) … finished unbeaten over two days at the Clemson Invitational in Clemson, S.C., April 18-19, defeating No. 4 Virginia and No. 12 Indiana in the morning session (6:25.7) and Washington State in the evening (6:21.8) on day one; earned day two wins (6:23.5) over No. 16 UCLA and Cornell … finished the regular season with a victory (6:19.8) over No. 13 Michigan, Michigan State and Syracuse at Griggs Reservoir April 25 … placed first at the 2015 Big Ten Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind., with a time of 6:42.11, helping the Buckeyes’ to a third consecutive Big Ten championship and fifth overall … recorded the second-fastest time ever (6:18.15) at the NCAA Regatta to claim the gold medal over unbeaten California at the 2015 NCAA Championships in Gold River, Calif., clinching the program’s third-consecutive national team title ... Pocock All-American, CRCA All-Central region and First Team All-Big Ten ... Academic All-Big Ten selection and OSU Scholar-Athlete.
2014 (Sophomore Season)
Rowed as a member of the First Varsity Eight in every race of the season ... earned an undefeated 12-0 record ... opened the season with a win (6:21.36) over No. 12 Michigan at Griggs Reservoir March 29 ... claimed two wins at the Oregon State Classic April 5 at Dexter Lake in Lowell, Ore., the first (6:24.70) over No. 11 Stanford and No. 9 Michigan and the second (6:24.50) over Stanford, Michigan, No. 20 Oregon State and Duke; earned Big Ten Boat of the Week honors (April 8) ... captured a first-place finish (6:33.70) at the Big Ten Challenge April 12 in Iowa City, Iowa, over Indiana, No. 19 Louisville and Iowa ... earned two wins at the Big Ten/ACC Challenge April 19 at Belleville Lake in Ann Arbor, Mich.; the first over No. 9 Notre Dame (6:25.3-6:32.06) and the second over No. 4 Virginia (6:21.3-6:25.91) ... defeated Michigan State (6:38.56-6:44.58) and No. 17 Louisville (6:54.95-7:09.46) May 3 at Belleville Lake in Ann Arbor, Mich. ... placed first at the 2014 Big Ten Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind., with a time of 6:29.37, helping to capture the Buckeyes' second-consecutive Big Ten Championship and fifth overall; named First Team All-Big Ten and Big Ten Athlete of the Year ... claimed the individual gold medal at the 2014 NCAA Championships (6:44.48) at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind., clinching the program's second-consecutive national team title ... Pocock All-American and CRCA All-Central region selection ... Ohio State Female Athlete of the Year ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.
2013 (Freshman Season)
Rowed as stroke seat of the Second Varsity Eight in every race of the season ... earned Big Ten Boat of the Week honors (April 16 & 23) ... earned an undefeated 12-0 record ... opened the season with a win (6:51.4) over No. 3 Princeton and No. 13 Brown at Carnegie Lake, N.J. on March 30 ... earned two wins at the OSU Invitational April 6 at Griggs Reservoir; the first over Tennessee (7:15.7-7:29.8) and the second over No. 13 Notre Dame (7:18.80-7:32.75) ... claimed first place (6:48.1) over No. 13 Michigan, Michigan State and Indiana at the Big Ten Duals April 13 in Ann Arbor, Mich. ... captured three wins at the Clemson Invitational at Lake Hartwell in Clemson, S.C. ... the first (6:33.4) over No. 3 Virginia, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Louisville and Central Florida ... the second (6:23.4) over Clemson, Penn, Miami, Texas and Central Florida and the third and final race (6:55.1) over UCLA, Minnesota, Oregon State, Texas and UCF ... defeated No. 8 Harvard-Radcliffe (7:01.94-7:15.35) May 4 at Griggs Reservoir ... earned a first-place finish at the 2013 Big Ten Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind. with a time of 6:31.41 ... captured the boat's first NCAA Championship with a first-place finish (6:27.86) at the 2013 NCAA Championships at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind ... named rowing Big Ten Freshman of the Year ... OSU Scholar-Athlete.
Prior to Ohio State
Represented Rangi Ruru Girl's School at the National Cycling Championships and came in third at the 2008 South Island Championships Road Pursuit (2008) ... raced with the U18 pair, U17 Eight, U18 Four, U16 Eight and U18 Eight at the New Zealand Secondary School Championships (2009) ... competed for New Zealand at the World Rowing Junior Championships (2009) ... raced with the U18 pair, U17 Eight, U18 Four and U17 Four at the New Zealand Secondary Championships (2010) ... member of the New Zealand U21 Team at the Youth Cup in Sydney (2010) ... member of the Southern Regional Performance Centre Squad at the Banklink New Zealand Rowing Championships (2011) ... member of the New Zealand U19 Rowing Squad at the World Rowing Junior Championships (2011) ... member of the Southern Regional Performance Centre Team, competed at the New Zealand Rowing Championships (2012).
Daughter of Adrian Shields and Julie Batchelor ... enjoys baking, reading, catching up on events going on back home via Facebook, shopping and Skyping with friends and family ... plans to return home and row for New Zealand and also travel after completion of undergraduate studies ... lists greatest sports thrill as lining up in the starting blocks at the World Championships and knowing that she was racing against the best in the world.
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