Spring 2007 (Junior): Part of the varsity eight team this spring that took second place at the Yankee Cup in Kingston, R.I. (3/30); first against Iona and Colgate in Orchard Beach, N.Y. (4/1); an unfortunate last place finish due to a boat stopping crab in Boston (4/17); and finished with a silver medal at the A10 Championships in Camden, N.J.(4/21) helping her team to the 12th straight A10 Title a feat that no other school or team has been able to do. She also was a part of the UMass quad who took their event at the Yankee Cup (3/30); and propelled UMass to a 45-44 victory over URI at the A10 Championships winning the gold medal in the last race of the day (4/21). Rowed in the varsity eight at the ECAC Championships, finishing second.
Fall 2006 (Junior): Rowed with Gabrielle Papineau in the open double that took second place at the Textile Regatta and again with her in the pair that finished second at the Head of the Housatonic ... rowed on the varsity eight boat that competed at the Head of the Charles and placed first at the Head of the Fish.
2006 (Sophomore): Rowed second seat in the varsity eight boat that placed first at the Yankee Cup and the Knecht Cup ... at the ECAC Championships, raced seventh seat in the varsity eight which finished first.
Fall 2005 (Sophomore): Rowed in the bow in the collegiate double at the Head of the Charles.
2005 (Freshman): Rowed in the stroke seat of the varsity eight ... the boat won the Yankee Cup, Knecht Cup, the Atlantic 10 Championships and the ECAC Championships.
2004: Sat in the seventh seat in the first novice eight boat that took second place in the Atlantic 10 Championships ... stroke on the first novice eight that finished first in the ECAC Championships.
Before UMass: Rowed four years in high school ... rowed in the third seat in the quad at the U.S. Rowing Junior Invitationals, finishing fifth in 2003 and 12th in 2002 ... in her senior year, rowed bow in a double that came in third at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta.
Personal: Majoring in Marketing ... born January 18, 1985.