UMass repeats as champions with wins in the Varsity 8+, Junior Varsity 8+ and Varsity 4+
All UMass rowing entries advance to respective semifinal rounds on strong performances
Massachusetts enters as the two-time defending women's champion at the prestigious race
UMass, Rhode Island each pick up 51 team points, Rams' Varsity 8+ win nets Rhody team title
11 Minutewomen helped program win two A-10 titles with 2016 championship approaching
UMass rowing at the NCAA Championships. Sacramento State Aquatics Center; Gold River, Calif. May 30, 2015.
2013 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll
2014 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll
2015 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Spring Honor Roll
AS A SENIOR IN 2015-16
Fall 2015: Finished sixth in the 2+ B Final at the Collegiate Small Boat Challenge alongside Victoria Roach with a time of 8:29.17 (10/31) ... The pair qualified for the B Final after falling just short in a hard-fought battle against Cornell's Kelly Strohm and Caroline Crawford in the preliminary round (10/30) ... Earned a silver medal at the Head of the Charles in the Lightweight 4+ with a time of 19:41.2, good for an automatic reentry for UMass in the Lightweight 4+ at the 2016 Head of the Charles next season (10/18) ... Paired up with Estefi Marti Malvido in the 2x at the Seven Sisters Sculling Regatta and took home a third place finish over competitors from Tufts (10/11).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2014-15
Fall 2014: Placed 24th as a member of the Women's 8+ at the Head of the Housatonic (10/11) in a time of 16:20 ... Won a silver and bronze medal in a pair of 2x races at the Seven Sisters Sculling Regatta (10/12) with times of 19:50.6 and 19:38.2 while also earning a second place finish in the 1x in 22:16.9 ... Took home a pair of gold medals as a member of the Open 2- and Leightweight 8+ boats at the Head of the Fish (10/25) in times of 14:22.88 and 12:41.94.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2013-14
Fall 2013: Took bronze in the Open 1x at the Head of the Housatonic (10/12) in 20:34.7 and also participated in the Collegiate 8+ ... At the Head of the Fish (10/26), raced in the Lightweight 4+ and Lightweight 8+ and finished first and second, respectively.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2012-13
Fall 2012: Did not compete.
BEFORE UMASS: A 2012 graduate of Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, Texas ... Rowed all four years of high school ... Named team captain her junior and senior years ... Received Team MVP Award in her senior year.
PERSONAL: Hallie Helm Dunlap ... Son of James and Sue Ellen Chambers ... Has two siblings, Hayes and Lucia.
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