Varsity 8+, Second Varsity 8+ and Varsity 4+ boats cap season in respective C or D finals
Second Varsity 8+ highlights NCAA C/D semifinal action with second place finish, advancement to C Final
Minutewomen move all three boats to Saturday's C/D semifinal round
Minutewomen head to Gold River, California, for 2015 year-end competition
UMass rowing takes top spot in Varsity 8+, Second Varsity 8+ and Varsity 4+ during illustrious annual event
UMass rowing at the NCAA Championships. Sacramento State Aquatics Center; Gold River, Calif. May 30, 2015.
2014-15 - Sophomore
Fall 2014: Placed fifth in the 4+ at the Head of the Housatonic (10/11) with a time of 19:14 and raced in the Women's 8+ ... At the Seven Sisters Sculling Regatta (10/12), won a bronze medal in the 4x in 19:53.7 ... Picked up a silver medal as part of the Club 8+ boat at the Head of the Charles Regatta (10/18), finishing with a time of 16:47.50 ... Picked up a gold and silver medal in the JV 8+ and the 4+ at the Head of the Fish (10/25).
2013-14 - Freshman
Fall 2013: At the Head of the Housatonic (10/12), took second in the Open 4+ with a time of 18:23 and earned bronze in the Novice 8+ in 17:30.8 ... Part of the Novice 4+ boat that secured silver at the Head of the Fish (10/26) in 17:06.1 ... Captured fourth at the Green Monster (11/2) in the Novice 8+ with a time of 16:42.
Before UMass: Rowed for Egg Harbor Township High School ... Won the Garden State Championships sophomore year and placed second in during junior year ... Clinched third place at the Stotesbury Cup as a junior ... Named team MVP in senior season and was inducted into the Varsity Scholar Program.
Personal: Hadley Alayna Irvin ... Born December 21, 1994 to Michael and Victoria Irvin ... Has one sister, Hunter ... Majoring in communication.
Updated: June 5, 2015
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