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TABLE OF CONTENTS This Is UCLA Team Breakdown ............................................................ 4 Roster .................................................................................. 5 Season Outlook ............................................................... 6 UCLA’s Facilities ............................................................... 7

Coaching Staff Head Coach Amy Fuller Kearney............................... 8 Assistant Coaches........................................................... 9

Player Bios Returning Rowers .........................................................10 First-Year Rowers...........................................................20

2011 In Review Season Results ...............................................................22

UCLA Rowing History Awards and Honors .....................................................24 All-Time Letterwinners ...............................................25 Pac-12 Championships...............................................26 UCLA’s Rowing Tradition ............................................28

About UCLA Media Information .......................................................29 Athletic Endowment ...................................................30 Athletic Administration ..............................................31 The UCLA Experience......................................................i

2012 SPRING SCHEDULE Day Sat. Sat. Sat.-Sun. Sat.-Sun. Sat. Sat. Sun. Sat.-Tues.

Date March 3 March 10 March 31-Apr. 1 April 14-15 April 28 May 12 May 13 May 26-29

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Opponent/Event Loyola Marymount San Diego San Diego Crew Classic SoCal Challenge USC Pacific Coast Rowing Championships Pac-12 Championships NCAA Championships

Location Marina del Rey, Calif. Marina del Rey, Calif. San Diego, Calif. Marina del Rey, Calif. San Pedro, Calif. Rancho Cordova, Calif. Rancho Cordova, Calif. West Windsor, N.J.

Time A.M. 9:45 am All Day All Day A.M. All Day All Day All Day

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QUICK FACTS Location ........................................J.D. Morgan Center, 325 Westwood Plaza ..............................................................................................Los Angeles, CA 90095 Athletics Phone .............................................................................(310) 825-8699 Chancellor .............................................................................................. Gene Block Director of Athletics........................................................................Dan Guerrero Associate Athletics Director................................................................. Bob Field Senior Women’s Administrator .....................................................Petrina Long Faculty Athletic Representative ..........................................Donald Morrison Home Facility .................................................... Marina del Rey/Ballona Creek Enrollment .......................................................................................................37,500 Founded...............................................................................................................1919 Colors ..................................................................................................Blue and Gold Nickname ......................................................................................................... Bruins Conference.......................................................................................................Pac-12 Conference Phone........................................................................(925) 932-4411 Conference Fax ..............................................................................(925) 932-4601

National Affiliation ......................................................................NCAA Division I Head Coach ........................................................................... Amy Fuller Kearney Head Coach’s Alma Mater.............................................. UC Santa Barbara ’90 Rowing Office Phone ..................................................................(310) 206-6828 Assistant Coaches......................................... Luke Cunningham, Justin Price 2011 Pac-10 Team Finish ................................................................................... 6th 2011 Pac-10 Varsity Eight Finish..................................................................... 6th 2011 NCAA Championships ......................................................................... DNQ Letterwinners Returning.....................................................................................26 Women’s Rowing SID .......................................................................... Mike Leary SID E-mail ..................................................................mleary@athletics.ucla.edu SID Phone ........................................................................................(310) 206-4008 SID Fax ..............................................................................................(310) 825-8664 Sports Information Director .........................................................Steve Rourke Athletics Web Site.............................................................www.uclabruins.com

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CREDITS: The 2012 UCLA women’s rowing media guide was written, designed and edited by Mike Leary, Sports Information Assistant. Photography by ASUCLA Campus Studio (Don Liebig, Scott Quintard, and Todd Cheney). Other photography courtesy Jack Hamann. Cover design by Mike Leary. Coordinated by Marina Graphics Printing. Special thanks to Getty Images, ASUCLA Photography, Berliner Studios, Andrew Bernstein, Ruth Chambers, the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Scott Quintard for their photos in the UCLA Experience.

2012 ROSTER

Class Breakdown Kate Miller Kendal Mitchell Emma Murray Christina Nelson Molly Schoenfeld Katie Shurtleff Morgan Small Cathy Stolitzka Olivia Taylor Victoria Vander Poel Vanessa Woodward

Seniors (2)

Juniors (12)

Sophomores (11)

Freshmen (23)

Anastasia Alexander Ariel Handler

Hillary Caldwell Alexa Farafontoff Mia Hamano Erica Lockard Jessica McGuire Emily McLaughlin Alexis McPhee Tamar Schaap Kirstin Snook Mariko Snyder Jamie Swan Britta Syverson

Victoria Babson Audrey Calandra Kat Lauer Eugenia Lin Carolina Paini Natalie Pettee Nicole Sung-Jereczek Samantha Upton Taylor Veit Erin Wenzel Deanna Wong

Maddie Alden Katie Bassak Christine Bragg Justine Brennan Danielle Brown Alex Caniglia Sarah Dierksen Allison Doran Michelle Epps Camille Huxtable Kristy Kayatta Chloe Kojima

Cathy Stolitzka Nicole Sung-Jereczek Jamie Swan Samantha Upton Victoria Vander Poel Taylor Veit Erin Wenzel Deanna Wong Vanessa Woodward

Connecticut (3)

Minnesota (1)

Christine Bragg Kat Lauer Olivia Taylor

Britta Syverson

New Jersey (2)

Washington (1)

Geographic Breakdown California (38) Anastasia Alexander Katie Bassak Justine Brennan Danielle Brown Audrey Calandra Alex Caniglia Sarah Dierksen Allison Doran Michelle Epps Alexa Farafontoff Mia Hamano Ariel Handler Camille Huxtable Kristy Kayatta

Chloe Kojima Eugenia Lin Jessica McGuire Emily McLaughlin Alexis McPhee Kate Miller Kendal Mitchell Christina Nelson Carolina Paini Natalie Pettee Tamar Schaap Molly Schoenfeld Morgan Small Kirstin Snook Mariko Snyder

Maddie Alden Erica Lockard

Georgia (1) Emma Murray

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Pennsylvania (1) Victoria Babson Katie Shurtleff

Washington, D.C. (1) Hillary Caldwell

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Maddie Alden Anastasia Alexander Victoria Babson Katie Bassak Christine Bragg Justine Brennan Danielle Brown Audrey Calandra Hillary Caldwell Alex Caniglia Sarah Dierksen Allison Doran Michelle Epps Alexa Farafontoff Mia Hamano Ariel Handler Camille Huxtable Kristy Kayatta Chloe Kojima Kat Lauer Eugenia Lin Erica Lockard Jessica McGuire Emily McLaughlin Alexis McPhee Kate Miller Kendal Mitchell Emma Murray Christina Nelson Carolina Paini Natalie Pettee Tamar Schaap Molly Schoenfeld Katie Shurtleff Morgan Small Kirstin Snook Mariko Snyder Cathy Stolitzka Nicole Sung-Jereczek Jamie Swan Britta Syverson Olivia Taylor Samantha Upton Victoria Vander Poel Taylor Veit Erin Wenzel Deanna Wong Vanessa Woodward

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Princeton, N.J. (Princeton) Long Beach, Calif. (Wilson) Ambler, Pa. (Mount Saint Joseph Academy) Lafayette, Cailf. (Acalanes) Darien, Conn. (Darien) Sunnyvale, Calif. (St. Francis) Piedmont, Calif. (Piedmont) Oakland, Calif. (International) Washington, D.C. (Sidwell Friends School) San Diego, Calif. (University City) La Verne, Calif. (St. Lucy’s Priory) Folsom, Calif. (Folsom) Temecula, Calif. (Temecula Valley) El Dorado Hills, Calif. (Oakridge) Piedmont, Calif. (Piedmont) Newport Beach, Calif. (Corona del Mar) Santa Cruz, Calif. (Scotts Valley) Claremont, Calif. (San Luis Obispo) Redondo Beach, Calif. (Mira Costa) Madison, Conn. (Branford) Los Gatos, Calif. (Los Gatos) Nutley, N.J. (Nutley) Chino, Calif. (St. Lucy’s) San Diego, Calif. (Serra) Rolling Hills Estates, Calif. (Peninsula) Walnut Creek, Calif. (Los Lomas) San Mateo, Calif. (St. Ignatius College Prep) Roswell, Ga. (Blessed Trinity) Westlake Village, Calif. (Oaks Christian) Costa Mesa, Calif. (Orange County HS of the Arts) Coronado, Calif. (Coronado) Tracy, Calif. (Merrill F. West) Orinda, Calif. (Miramonte) Seattle, Wash. (Holy Names Academy) El Cajon, Calif. (Valhalla) Los Gatos, Calif. (Los Gatos) Westlake Village, Calif. (Agoura) Los Altos, Calif. (Homestead) Piedmont, Calif. (Piedmont) Bakersfield, Calif. (Garces Memorial) Minneapolis, Minn. (Southwest) Darien, Conn. (Darien) Napa, Calif. (Napa) Los Banos, Calif. (Los Banos) Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley) Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Trabuco Hills) San Francisco, Calif. (Lincoln) Danville, Calif. (Monte Vista)

Coaching Staff Amy Fuller Kearney Luke Cunningham Justin Price

Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

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SEASON OUTLOOK

UCLA Rowing Seeks Return to NCAA Championships Bruins enter 2012 spring season looking to return to NCAA Championships for the second time in three years After finishing 12th overall at the 2010 NCAA Championships, the UCLA women’s rowing program looks to return to the NCAA Championships for the second time in three seasons and finish its year with a top finish at the Pac-12 Championships. Under the guidance of 11th-year head coach Amy Fuller Kearney, the Bruins feature a young roster with a wealth of talent.

feisty,” Fuller Kearney said. “The big component for us right now is taking that desire to be great and turning it into the daily discipline and fight that is required to get there. Those are two very different things.” Sophomore Carolina Paini slowly moved her way up from the novice eight to the varsity four to the second varsity eight at the end of last season and is looking to build off that momentum heading into the spring season.

Fuller Kearney has helped key UCLA’s success since helping bring back the rowing program in 2001. The Bruins sent their varsity eight crew as an at-large selection to the NCAA Championships in 2005, 2006 and 2007, before breaking through with a team bid to the national event in 2010. Knowing the commitment and effort needed to advance to the NCAA Championships, this year’s team looks to earn another appearance in the prestigious year-end races.

“Carolina is sitting in the stroke seat and stroked the second varsity at the end of the year last year,” Fuller Kearney said. “The thing I love about her is that she’s very lean, rows long, and I just know that she’s not going to ever cry uncle. She’s just so fierce and is going to give everything that she has. It’s a great quality for somebody to have in the stroke seat. Also, as a ballerina she has a natural grace and can feel a rhythm very well so she sets a nice, long pace up there in the stroke seat.”

While the bulk of UCLA’s roster lies in its freshmen and sophomore classes, the Bruins do return seven out of the eight rowers from last year’s varsity eight crew. “This year we’re pretty excited to be returning seven out of the eight rowers with the varsity eight,” Fuller Kearney said. “Last fall, we started off with a pretty young group, a lot of young walk-ons coming from the novice squad and some first-year rowers in that top group. So we really had to start with the basics and this year we’ve been able to work from a higher level from the first day. This is really showing in terms of their confidence and their rowing ability.”

Another sophomore, Natalie Pettee, will look to compete for a spot in the second varsity eight after rowing with the novice eight for much of her freshman campaign. “Natalie just started to learn how to row last year and again, not unlike Erin Wenzel, has just trained really hard,” Fuller Kearney said. “I’m not sure where she’ll end up but I know that she’s going to keep moving up. I’m super excited that she’s just a sophomore and we have so much more time to help her build because she’s all in. No matter what we’re doing, she’s giving everything whether it’s running, rowing, weight lifting or erging. She’s made a huge leap this year and it’s going to pay off for all of us.”

To begin, Jessica McGuire will be making a run at a seat in the varsity eight in 2012 after having rowed in the bow and six seats for the eight crew last year. McGuire, a junior and former walk-on from Chino, Calif., stroked the second varsity eight at the San Diego Crew Classic as a sophomore and at the NCAA Championships as a freshman.

Hillary Caldwell, a junior from Washington D.C., is looking to earn a spot with either the varsity eight or second varsity eight this spring. Caldwell rowed three seat in the varsity eight in every race (except the NCAA Championships, where she rowed five seat) during her freshman year and saw time with both the varsity eight and second varsity eight as a sophomore in 2011.

“I’m really excited to have Jessica back from illness related surgery last spring,” says Fuller Kearney. “She’s doing an excellent job and right now is making great strides technically. Her power is just getting better and better as well as her fitness, so that’s been fun to see.”

“Hillary is in that mix,” Fuller Kearney said. “She was in the varsity two years ago as a freshman and she’s had some struggles with fitness but she’s getting her form back. It’s really exciting to see her because when she’s fit and can go she withstands anything. She will just get into another zone and at the end of the piece I’ll wonder if she’s ok because she’s gone that deep. Right now she’s fighting for a seat in the varsity as well so I hope that turns out, because the more girls that are fighting for the varsity seats, the better everybody will be.”

After rowing in the varsity eight all of last season as a freshman, sophomore Kat Lauer will be counted on once again to contribute to the varsity eight crew this year. Lauer gained valuable experience last season, as she rowed in the five seat for the second half of the 2011 season and also saw time at the three seat against California. “Kat made the varsity as a freshman last year and is back stronger than ever,” Fuller Kearney said. “She’s so feisty and can switch gears into this ‘I will not lose mode.’ It’s really fun having her around.”

UCLA also has three freshmen looking to make an impact with the second varsity eight this season in Cathy Stolitzka, Allison Doran and Alex Caniglia. Stolitzka is a native of Los Altos, Calif. and last year served as the team captain for the Los Gatos Rowing Club. Doran hails from Folsom Calif. while Caniglia is from San Diego, Calif. and competed for San Diego Rowing Club.

Junior Britta Syverson also returns to the varsity eight crew after earning first-team All-Pac-10 and CRCA All-West Region honors in 2011. She rowed in the seven seat and also saw time in the stroke seat last season for the varsity eight. As a freshman in 2010, Syverson secured second-team Pocock All-America honors and second-team CRCA All-West Region acclaim. The native of Minneapolis rowed four seat in the varsity eight in each race as a freshman, helping the Bruins’ eight earn a ninth-place finish at NCAA Championships.

“We have three freshmen that are raising their games completely in Cathy, Allison and Alex,” Fuller Kearney said. “All three are fighting for seats in the second varsity and moving ahead of some people that were in that boat last year because they’ve come in, trained hard and are super fit. They’re also very coachable and they’re just moving the boat, whether it’s the pair, the four or the eight. We’re giving them a shot right now and hopefully we’ll have some nice young, competitive blood in there to keep everybody feisty and fighting for seats.”

“Britta is now a junior and a captain and coming off of the U-23 Rowing Championships in the women’s double,” Fuller Kearney said. “She is really fit, and really strong and very coachable. She is also a great leader in the boat and her high expectations are contagious. ”

After seeing time with both the varsity and second varsity crews as a freshman, sophomore Deanna Wong will look to make a similar contribution this upcoming spring. Wong saw time primarily in the bow seat with both crews in 2011.

Junior Alexa Farafontoff will be competing this spring for a spot in the varsity eight after seeing time with the second varsity eight in her first two years. Hailing from El Dorado Hills, Calif., Farafontoff rowed in the six and seven seats with the second varsity eight last year after rowing in the three and five seats her freshman year. Farafontoff also competed in two races with the varsity eight in 2011, rowing six seat in the Bruins’ win over LMU and four seat in the team’s win over San Diego State.

“Deanna spent a lot of time with the varsity eight last year and she’s a very powerful person for her size and a very strong competitor,” Fuller Kearney said. “She’s rowing right now in the bow seat and I don’t know where she’ll end up, but she’s going to be a really strong component whether it’s in the varsity or the second varsity. She’s just consistent and rows well under pressure so that’s another thing that I’m really looking for from all these athletes.”

“Alexa is looking to try and make her first varsity eight this year,” Fuller Kearney said. “She’s been in the second varsity her first two years and I’ve really seen her turn a corner this year in terms of her fitness. Also, she is learning how to translate her desire to be great into the discipline that is required to achieve that end. I’m hoping that she can stick with it as the intensity increases and make sure that her level continues to rise because she’s rowing really well.”

In the varsity four group, the Bruins will be looking to various rowers to compete for spots in the boat. Juniors Alexis McPhee, Erica Lockard, Tamar Schaap and Emily McLaughlin, and sophomores Victoria Babson, Taylor Veit, Samantha Upton and Audrey Calandra will all be looking to earn places in the four boats. McPhee and Schaap rowed in the varsity four crew throughout their sophomore seasons while Lockard and McLaughlin rowed with the eight and second eight respectively. Veit and Upton rowed with the novice eight during their freshman campaigns while Calandra saw time with the novice eight towards the end of last season.

Mariko Snyder, a junior from Westlake Village, Calif., rowed in the varsity eight throughout her sophomore year and will once again look to earn a spot on the varsity eight this year. Snyder entered the program as a walk-on in the fall of 2009 and finished her freshman year rowing five seat in the novice eight. “Mariko is just so strong. She is really taking her game to a whole new level,” Fuller Kearney said. “As a walk-on she was one of the rowers that was a bit raw last year but has stepped up and is rowing very well and very long for her height. Her power just continues to improve and I think she’s a great leader on and off the water for the team.”

“In the fours group, it’s incredible because we basically have the whole four from last year returning at various times,” Fuller Kearney said. “We’re looking for Alexis, Erica, Tamar, which is the same group from last year, to be joined by Victoria, Emily, Taylor, Sam and Audrey Calandra who are rounding out a very, very strong fours group. If somebody had told me that that would be the fours group at the beginning of the year I would be so excited because they were fast last year and now that we have even more depth. They’re getting pushed every day by a second four that’s very competitive. We don’t know what the lineup is going to be in there yet. I expect them to be very quick again and quite competitive across the nation.”

Like Snyder, sophomore Erin Wenzel will be competing for a spot in the varsity eight this season after rowing with the second varsity eight, varsity four and novice eight crews as a freshman. Wenzel rowed five seat in the Bruins’ victories over California and Stanford in the novice eight last year and led UCLA to a first-place finish in the varsity four on day one of the San Diego Crew Classic.

The Bruins’ freshman class will look to round out the novice eight crew as Christine Bragg, Olivia Taylor, Kendal Mitchell, Victoria Vander Poel, Kristy Kayatta, Christina Nelson and Sarah Dierksen are each poised to lead the novice eight group this year. Bragg and Taylor are natives of Darien, Conn., where they were both members of the Connecticut Boat Club that won the gold medal at the 2010 U.S. Rowing Youth National Championships. Nelson comes from Thousand Oaks, Calif and was a multi-sport athlete competing with Marina Aquatic Center as a junior rower. Mitchell hails from San Mateo, Calif. and was a three-time letterwinner in rowing at St. Ignatius College Prep while Vander Poel, Kayatta and Dierksen are all walk-ons looking to make a big impact in the spring.

“Erin was in the novice and the second varsity last year as a first-year rower and she really came back so fit from the summer this year,” Fuller Kearney said. “She just decided that this is going to be the year that she steps up into the varsity and she’s a fantastic athlete and has a great feel for the boat. I can always trust that she’s going to work, and that’s a great attitude to have in the varsity eight.” Junior Kirstin Snook and sophomore Nicole Sung-Jereczek will also look to compete for a seat in the varsity eight this season. Snook rowed two seat with the varsity eight against USC and at the Pac10 Championships last season while Sung-Jereczek rowed in the varsity eight throughout her entire freshman season.

“The novice eight is still pretty stacked,” Fuller Kearney said. “I wouldn’t be surprised if some of the top novices actually made their way into the fours mix by the NCAA Championships. I think that this is for sure our fastest novice eight ever because we’ve been able to, with the depth that we have, keep our top freshmen in the novice eight. I know I said that three have moved up, but a vast majority of the people that we recruited from top programs around the country like Christine, Olivia and Kendal are still rowing in the novice eight. Coach Price is having a great time on the water every day watching such a fired up and excited group. Thankfully those girls are being pushed by the second novice eight, which is also strong. We have an incredible group of walk-ons this year that are really getting better every day like Victoria, Kristy and Sarah. These girls are putting numbers up on the ERG machine that are phenomenal and now we’re just working hard to get their rowing technique up to speed so they can compete with the more experience rowers. Once they get that, the sky’s the limit.”

“It’s going to be a tough fight,” Fuller Kearney said. “Kirstin rowed a lot with the varsity eight last year as did Nicole and right now they’re really fighting hard for that last port seat. Both are looking very strong and both are extremely feisty and very fit athletes so it’s a good problem to have. I don’t know that either of them will row every race in the varsity eight this year. We’re probably going to switch it up and see who’s bringing the most on race day and who can handle the pressure the best.” Senior Anastasia Alexander has rowed on the Bruins’ varsity eight the last three seasons and is expected to contribute in that boat again this spring. In 2011, she rowed with both the varsity and second varsity eights, seeing time at the bow, seven and three seats. She also rowed bow seat in the eight in each of UCLA’s races in 2010, helping the varsity eight secure a fourth-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships and a ninth-place finish at the year-end NCAA Championships.

Fuller Kearney offered this final thought as the Bruins head into their spring season:

“Anastasia, who’s our only senior this year in that boat, is really having her best year ever,” Fuller Kearney said. “She’s struggled with illness or injury her first three years here but has still put together a pretty successful career. I’m excited about her being able being healthy, fit and getting back to great form this year.”

“I’m really excited with the depth of the team this year. The attitude is awesome and the coaching staff is doing an amazing job. Justin, Luke and I are working daily to help the athletes work towards their potential and raising the level of discipline and intensity is the key for this young team. We expect, as always, the Pac-12 competition will be fierce. It’s going to be a tough conference. It gives us a lot of great opportunities to race against some of the fastest boats in the country. We have to be able to race, stroke for stroke, with the best. That’s what being a champion is about. Our goal has always been to be able to race on any given day with any program in the country in any boat. Everybody’s really excited and it’s a positive environment and it looks to be a great season.”

The Bruins’ second varsity eight will be mostly compiled of underclassmen, but are poised to have a great season on the water. “On the second varsity eight, again it’s a young crowd but they’re rowing really well and are quite

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UCLA’S FACILITIES

Marina del Rey

The UCLA Boathouse, surrounded by Marina del Rey and Ballona Creek, is located just 11 miles south of UCLA. On the north side of the boathouse, the marina serves as both a practice site and a racing venue for fall regattas. On the south side, Ballona Creek serves as UCLA’s own 2000m race course. The UCLA women’s rowing team also trains on campus at both Drake Stadium and at the Acosta Strength and Conditioning Facility. For ergometer workouts, the Bruins have 40 ergometers overlooking Drake Stadium and UCLA’s beautiful North campus.

Ballona Creek

UCLA Boathouse Directions From UCLA: Take the 405 South (San Diego Freeway). Take the 90 West (Marina del Rey Freeway). Follow the 90 to its end (turns into surface street). Make a LEFT on “Mindanao.” Make a LEFT on “Lincoln Blvd.” Make a RIGHT on “Fiji Way.” Address: 14001 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292

The Aquatic Center is located at the end of Fiji Way, behind the Villa Venetia Apartment Complex. Parking at the boathouse is available on non-race days only. Arrangements must be made with the UCLA Marina del Rey Aquatic Center - (310) 823-0048. Parking is also available off Fiji Way at the Fisherman’s Village (five min. walk from boathouse) and at Dock 52 (15 min. walk).

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COACHING STAFF AMY

FULLER KEARNEY HEAD COACH 11th season Alma Mater: UC Santa Barbara ’90 Entering her 11th season at the helm of the UCLA women’s rowing program in 2011-12, Amy Fuller Kearney has established the Bruins as a national competitor. After having made a successful transition from a club team to a varsity program in 2001-2002, UCLA earned its first-ever team bid to the NCAA Championships in May 2010, securing a 12th place finish at the national event that season. Additionally, the Bruins sent a varsity eight crew as an at-large selection to the NCAA Championships in three consecutive seasons (2005-07). The eight’s highest finish in that three-year span was a 12th place finish in 2006. UCLA’s eight finished ninth at the 2010 NCAA Championships, placing higher than any Pac-12 program at the national competition. This season, Fuller Kearney looks to lead the Bruins back to the NCAA Championships for the second time in three seasons. Fuller Kearney led the Bruins’varsity and second varsity eights to the Pac-10 Championship Grand Final from 2004 through 2007. In 2010, UCLA’s varsity eight finished fourth at the Pac-10 Championships, while the program’s varsity four earned a bronze-medal finish at the conference event. That year, the Bruins secured a fifth-place team finish at the Pac-10 Championships. UCLA’s second varsity eight won the silver medal in 2005 and 2006 at the Pac-10 Championships. The past four seasons, Fuller Kearney has guided UCLA to a consistent place in the national rankings. The Bruins secured a ranking as high as No. 11 in the Collegiate Rowing Coaches’Association (CRCA)/US Rowing poll in 2010, as high as No. 13 in 2008 and 2009 and No. 17 in 2011. In 2011, the Bruins kicked off the spring season with back-to-back victories over Loyola Marymount and San Diego State. UCLA’s novice eight then earned consecutive victories over Pac-12 foes California and Stanford. The Bruins varsity eight earned a second place finish at the San Diego Crew Classic while the varsity four and novice eight squads took home second place as well. At the Virginia Invitational, UCLA’s second varsity eight earned a victory over Texas while the varsity four defeated the Clemson Tigers on the final day of competition. After the team finished the season with a sixth place finish at the Pac-12 Championships, UCLA’s Britta Syverson secured CRCA All-West Region honors for the second straight year. In 2010, UCLA registered impressive dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount and San Diego State to open the spring season. UCLA’s varsity eight finished third on consecutive days, including in Sunday’s Grand Final, at the San Diego Crew Classic, while the team’s open eight crew earned two first-place finishes. The Bruins varsity eight defeated Clemson and Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge, before cruising past Oregon State and San Diego the next week in Dexter Lake, Ore. UCLA’s sixth-place team finish at Pac-10 Championships was highlighted by a bronze medal-winning performance from the varsity four. Six Pac-10 teams earned berths to the NCAA Championships, as UCLA secured its first team berth in program history.

15th overall. That spring, UCLA reached the Grand Final in every event at the Pac-10 Championships. The first eight raced to a top-16 ranking and an at-large invite to the NCAA Championships for the first time in program history. The second eight made history, bringing home a silver medal from the Pac-10 Championships, a first at UCLA since rowing was elevated to NCAA varsity status. Named UCLA rowing’s head coach on July 2, 2001 – the sport’s inaugural NCAA season – Fuller Kearney came to Westwood after having served one year as assistant coach for the Stanford women’s crew program (2000-01). At Stanford, she guided the Cardinal to its first top-20 national ranking in the program’s NCAA history.

At the NCAA Championships, UCLA varsity eight finished third in its first-day elimination heat, allowing the crew to advance to Saturday’s semifinal. After a fifth-place finish in the semifinal, the varsity eight closed its season with a third-place finish in the Petite Final. UCLA’s second varsity eight and varsity four crews advanced to the Third Final, finishing third and second, respectively. Following the NCAA Championships, UCLA’s Alexandra Bolt (first team) and Britta Syverson (second team) secured All-America honors, as announced by the CRCA.

Prior to serving as assistant coach at Stanford, Fuller Kearney was an assistant coach at San Diego State for two years (1998-2000). She worked with the Aztecs while training for the 2000 Olympics with the U.S. National Team. Fuller Kearney has also spent time working as an assistant coach at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga (1996-98) and for the U.S. National Team (1997).

In 2009, the Bruins opened the season with strong dual-meet wins against local opponents Loyola Marymount and San Diego State. UCLA’s varsity eight won races on consecutive days against No. 12 Ohio State and No. 13 Clemson, respectively, at the Pac-10 Challenge. The Bruins finished strong at the San Diego Crew Classic, as the first eight raced to a first-place finish in the Petite Final, while the second eight cruised to a third-place finish. On day two of the Lake Natoma Challenge, UCLA’s first eight won its heat against Minnesota and Tennessee. At the season-culminating Pac-10 Championships, the varsity eight won the Petite Final while the second eight finished in second place.

From 1993-96, Fuller Kearney served as a motivational speaker for Champion International, a U.S. Rowing sponsor. She began her coaching career at UC Santa Barbara, her alma mater. From 199091, she led the women’s novice program. Two years later, from 1992-93, she was the head coach of the women’s team. Fuller Kearney is a three-time Olympian and former World Record holder. Her competitiveness has given her an assortment of national and international experience. In 1993, she earned U.S. Rowing Female Athlete of the Year honors. Two years later, Fuller Kearney was a finalist for the Sullivan Award, presented annually to the nation’s top amateur athlete. She spent the fall and winter of 1995 competing with the America’s Cup Syndicate, America 3. She was a member of the first ever all-women’s team to challenge for the America’s Cup.

At season’s end, Vanessa Teff secured CRCA All-West Region honors and All-Pac-10 accolades for a school-record fourth consecutive season. In addition, five Bruins were honored as CRCA National Scholar-Athlete selections. Three of those student-athletes were also selected to the Pac-10 AllAcademic team. In 2008, UCLA opened its spring campaign with dominating dual-meet victories over Loyola Marymount and San Diego State. The Bruins’first eight also claimed dual-meet wins over the University of Victoria and the University of Central Florida. The second eight rowed to wins over Saint Mary’s College’s first eight and the University of Central Florida. Both crews had strong performances at the San Diego Crew Classic. The first eight placed fifth overall in the invitation-only Jessop-Whittier Cup while the second eight finished sixth in the race for the Hungness Trophy. Both eights finished their seasons with wins in the Petite Final at the Pac-10 Championships.

As a starboard aft grinder, Fuller Kearney used her strength and endurance to earn a starting spot among the world’s top female sailors. In the spring and summer, Fuller Kearney again turned her focus to rowing and helped the women’s eight to a World Championship in Tampere, Finland. Fuller Kearney earned trips to the Olympics in 1992, 1996, and 2000. In 1992, she brought home a silver medal in the Women’s 4-. In 1996 and 2000, she placed in the top 6 in the Women’s 8+. Additionally, Fuller Kearney has competed in eight World Championships, earning one gold medal (1995) and six silver medals. An extension of Fuller Kearney’s international experience includes the Goodwill Games, the Lucerne International Regatta, and the Henley Royal Regatta. At the 1994 Goodwill Games, her Women’s 8+ team captured the bronze. Competing at the Lucerne International Regatta (1991, 1994-96 and 1998), she brought home five medals – three gold, one silver, and one bronze. At the 1998 Henley Royal Regatta, Fuller Kearney added another gold medal.

Individual team members were honored with a series of All-America, All-Region and All-Pac-10 athletic and academic honors. For the third consecutive year, Vanessa Teff earned Pocock All-America honors, CRCA All-West Region accolades and All-Pac-10 honors. Eight Bruins were named All-Pac-10 Academic selections. Under the guidance of Fuller Kearney in 2007, UCLA’s varsity eight crew advanced to the NCAA Championships in Oak Ridge, Tenn., finishing 14th overall. Fuller Kearney guided UCLA to firstplace finishes in back-to-back dual meets against Loyola Marymount and San Diego State to open the season. In the fourth weekend of the season, the Bruins performed well at the San Diego Crew Classic, placing its varsity crews fourth and third, respectively, in the grand finals. Midway through the season, UCLA’s second varsity raced past USC in the annual dual meet between both crosstown rivals. In the season-culminating Pac-10 Championships, UCLA finished fourth overall.

Fuller Kearney continued her rowing success at the C.R.A.S.H. B Sprints. She was the 2000 and 2001 World Record holder on the rowing ergometer and placed first for open women. On the national level, Fuller Kearney rowed for the U.S. National Team for 11 years (1989, 1991-2000). During this era, she recorded 12 gold medals, two silver and one bronze. In October 2009, Fuller Kearney was selected for induction to the National Rowing Hall of Fame. She was inducted on March 20, 2010, in Mystic Seaport, Conn. Fuller Kearney was named one of 18 inductees in the 2010 Hall of Fame Class.

Fuller Kearney’s team earned recognition at season’s end, as two senior rowers (Elizabeth Lee and Leach Wachtel) earned CRCA National Scholar-Athlete honors, and two others were named CRCA All-West Region selections (Vanessa Teff and Lynn Hancock). Teff earned first-team Pocock All-America honors in addition to capturing All-Pac-10 team accolades. A capable group both on the water and in the classroom, 10 Bruins gained Pac-10 All-Academic honors.

As a sophomore at UC Santa Barbara, Fuller Kearney discovered a passion for rowing. She later earned one gold medal and one bronze medal on the collegiate national level. In 1990, she was honored with the school’s Associated Students Athlete of the Year Award. In 2006, Fuller Kearney was an inaugural inductee into the UC Santa Barbara Recreational Sports Hall of Fame.

In 2006, the first eight raced to a 12th-place finish at the NCAA Championships. UCLA began the 2006 spring season earning first-place dual-meet finishes against Loyola Marymount, UC Irvine and Minnesota before posting a sixth-place finish at Pac-10 Championships in May. At the San Diego Crew Classic, UCLA advanced to the Grand Final in all three events and finished fifth in the varsity eight race. The Bruins finished first in all four events at the Miller Cup, and later capped their season with a strong performance at the NCAA Championships.

A Westlake Village, Calif., native who prepped at Westlake High School, Fuller Kearney graduated from UC Santa Barbara in 1990 with a bachelor’s degree in biology. She earned her masters degree in education from University of Tennessee, Chattanooga in 1998. Fuller Kearney has also been certified by the American College of Sports Medicine as a Health Fitness Instructor and is a U.S. Rowing certified coach. She resides in Newhall, Calif., with her husband, Joe, and daughter, Shannon.

In the spring of 2005, the Bruins sent an at-large eight to the NCAA Championships, where UCLA finished

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COACHING STAFF In addition, Cunningham earned bronze medals at the 2000 Under-23 World Championships and the 2001 World Cup. From 1999-2001, he finished in the top 10 at the CRASH-B Championships, the world indoor rowing championships. Following graduation from Brown, he taught humanities at The Island School (Cape Eleuthera, The Bahamas) and coached at The Brunswick School (Greenwich, Conn.).

LUKE

CUNNINGHAM

A native of Philadelphia, Cunningham rowed for one season at Monsignor Bonner High, during which he captured the Philadelphia City Championship. Cunningham resides in Marina del Rey, Calif.

ASSISTANT COACH 1st season Alma Mater: Brown ’01 Luke Cunningham begins his first season as an assistant coach for the UCLA women’s rowing team in 2011-2012. Cunningham will be primarily responsible for coaching the fours. Additionally, he will assist in all aspects of the program, including recruiting, training and administration. Cunningham brings a variety of rowing experience to UCLA. Since 2004, he has served as an assistant coach for the Columbia University men’s rowing team, helping their heavyweight crews establish their status as an East Coast power. In addition, he has worked as a rigger and West Coast representative of Resolute Racing, gaining expertise in the rigging of elite racing shells. A two-time All-Ivy League selection at Brown, Cunningham rowed for the varsity heavyweight eight, leading the crew to a silver medal in 1999 at the Eastern Sprints and to the gold medal in 2000. Brown’s varsity eight in 2000 also secured the gold medal at the Henley Royal Regatta.

to their best finishes in program history. During the 2007-08 season at Notre Dame, Price coached two national championship novice crews as his student-athletes won both the novice eight and novice lightweight four at the American Collegiate Rowing Association’s (ACRA) National Championship Regatta. Price’s crews finished third overall in the team points competition at the 2008 ACRA Regatta.

JUSTIN

PRICE

Price led Notre Dame to similar success in 2008-09. That year, he recruited the largest group of freshman/novice athletes in team history and coached three novice eights. Price’s novice rowers showcased their depth at the 2009 ACRA Regatta, leading the Fighting Irish to a second place finish in the overall team points competition. The novice lightweight four won the event for the second consecutive year, the first novice eight finished in third place and the second novice eight finished second.

ASSISTANT COACH 3rd season Alma Mater: UCLA ’06 Justin Price begins his third season as an assistant coach for the UCLA women’s rowing team in 2011-12.

Price spent four years (2003-06) rowing in UCLA’s men’s program. As a Bruin oarsman, he stroked the novice eight as a freshman and rowed in the varsity eight his final three seasons. In 2006, Price earned the bronze medal rowing in the men’s varsity four at the Pac-10 Championships. He received the Coach’s Award for his performance and leadership in 2004-05. In addition, Price was a three-time Pac-10 All-Academic Team selection - first team (2005, 2006) and honorable mention (2004).

Price rowed for the UCLA men’s team before graduating in 2006. Prior to arriving at UCLA in the summer of 2009, he spent the three seasons as an assistant coach with the men’s rowing program at the University of Notre Dame. Price’s primary responsibilities include identification, development and coaching of all walk-on athletes. Price also coordinates recruiting efforts for the program’s non-rowing athletes. Off the water duties include the management and maintenance of equipment and gear.

Price graduated from UCLA in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He earned his law degree (J.D.) from the University of Notre Dame in 2009.

In 2010, Price helped lead the novice crew to multiple victories. After opening the spring season with convincing dual-meet wins over local foes Loyola Marymount and San Diego State, the novice eight earned a second-place finish in the Grand Final of the San Diego Crew Classic. The novice eight defeated Notre Dame in the afternoon portion of the SoCal Challenge and bested crosstown rival USC in the annual dual-meet showdown. Price served as the freshman/novice coach for the men’s rowing program at Notre Dame from 2005-2008, working primarily with walk-on athletes. He helped lead the Notre Dame novice crews

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ALEXANDER STARBOARD 5-7 • Senior Long Beach, Calif. (Wilson) 2010-11 – Rowed in the two varsity eight boats throughout the spring season...rowed two seat in the varsity eight, leading UCLA to first-place finishes in season-opening dual-meets against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...rowed bow seat in the varsity eight against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed seven seat in the second varsity eight in the annual dual-meet race against USC (April 30)...rowed three seat in the varsity eight at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed bow seat in the varsity eight all season…helped lead UCLA to its firstever berth in the NCAA Tournament as a team, as the Bruins finished 12th overall at the NCAA Championships in Sacramento, Calif…led the V8+ to dual meet victories over Loyola Marymount (March 6) and San Diego State (March 13)…guided the V8+ to third-place finishes on consecutive days of the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28)…earned victories over Clemson and Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge (April 10)…led the V8+ past Oregon State and San Diego in Dexter Lake, Ore. (April 17)…finished fourth in the V8+ at Pac-10 Championships, leading the Bruins to a fifth-place team finish…finished third in the V8+ elimination heat on day one (May 28) of the NCAA Championships, advancing to a semifinal heat (May 29)…raced to a fifth-place finish in the semifinal heat before finishing third in the Petite Final (May 30). 2008-09 – Rowed seven seat in the varsity eight crew in all events…led the V8+ to dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 7) and San Diego State (March 14) to open the season…guided the V8+ to a first-place finish against Ohio State on day one and against Clemson on day two of the Pac-10 Challenge (March 28-29)…rowed seven seat in the V8+, leading UCLA to a first-place finish in the Petite Final on day two of the San Diego Crew Classic (April 4-5)…helped lead the V8+ to second-place finishes in two races on day one of the Lake Natoma Challenge; led the Bruins to a first-place finish, ahead of Minnesota and Tennessee, on day two (April 18-19)…guided the V8+ to a first-place finish in the Petite Final at the Pac-10 Championships (May 17). High School – Attended Long Beach Wilson High School for four years (2004-08). Club – Competed for Long Beach Junior Crew under head coach Alfredo Montenegro… helped lead Long Beach Junior Crew to first-place finishes at the 2007 and 2008 National Championships. Personal – Full name: Anastasia Rose Alexander…born September 6, 1990 in Long Beach, Calif…Anastasia is the older of David and Cheri Alexander’s two children…has one younger brother, Roy…anthropology major.

ANASTASIA ALEXANDER

leading the Bruins to a first-place finish on day one and second-place finish in the Grand Final on day two...rowed in the varsity four at the Virginia Invitational against Virginia and Clemson (April 16-17), leading the Bruins past Clemson in the V4+ on the final day of the event...stroked the novice eight to a first-place finish against USC (April 30)...also stroked the novice eight at Pac-10 Championships (May 15).

VICTORIA

BABSON PORT/STARBOARD 6-0 • Sophomore Ambler, Pa. (Mount Saint Joseph Academy) 2010-11 - Rowed in the second varsity eight and novice eight boats as a freshman...stroked the second varsity in season-opening dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...stroked the second varsity against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...stroked the novice eight at the San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3),

High School - Four-year varsity rowing and basketball letterwinner under head coaches Mike McKenna and John Miller, respectively, at Mount Saint Joseph Academy...served as the varsity crew team’s captain in 2010...won the team’s spirit award in 2009...led Mount Saint Joseph Academy to the gold medal at the Stotesbury Cup Regatta in 2007 and 2010...earned a gold medal at the Phialdelphia City Championship in 2009 and 2010...finished first at the 2010 Scholastic Naitonals...earned CYO Region II high school basketball sportsmanship award as a senior (2009-10)...served as the team’s center on the basketball team. Personal - Full name: Victoria Leigh Babson...born November 4, 1991 in Beverly, Mass...Victoria is the youngest sof Mark Baboson and Jeanette Talese’s four children...has two brothers and one sister...undeclared major.

High School - Attended International High School in San Francisco for two years. Club - Competed for the Oakland Strokes.

AUDREY

Personal - Full name: Audrey Marie Calandra...born October 27, 1991 in San Ramon, Calif... Audrey is the youngest of Ronald and Bonita Calandra’s three children...has two older brothers, Nick and Troy...undeclared major.

CALANDRA STARBOARD 5-9 • Sophomore Oakland, Calif. (International) 2010-11 - Rowed bow seat in the novice eight against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15)...helped lead UCLA’s N8+ crew past the Women of Troy in the annual crosstown showdown.

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CALDWELL PORT/STARBOARD 5-9 • Junior Washington D.C. (Sidwell Friends School) 2010-11 - Rowed primarily in UCLA’s two varsity eight boats throughout her sophomore season...rowed five seat in the varsity eight against California (March 27) and three seat in the second varsity against Stanford (March 28)...rowed bow seat in the varsity eight at the San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3)...rowed seven seat in the second varsity eight at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), helping lead the 2V8+ past Texas on the first day of competition... rowed two seat in the varsity four against USC (April 30)...rowed seven seat in the second varsity eight at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed three seat in the varsity eight crew the entire season…as a freshman, helped lead UCLA to its first-ever berth in the NCAA Tournament as a team…the Bruins finished 12th overall at the NCAA Championships in Sacramento, Calif…led the V8+ to dual meet victories over Loyola Marymount (March 6) and San Diego State (March 13)…guided the V8+ to thirdplace finishes on consecutive days of the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28)…earned victories over Clemson and Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge (April 10)…led the V8+ past Oregon State and San Diego in Dexter Lake, Ore. (April 17)…finished fourth in the V8+ at Pac-10 Championships, leading UCLA to a fifth-place team finish…finished third in the V8+ elimination heat on day one (May 28) of the NCAA Championships, advancing to a semifinal heat (May 29)…raced to a fifth-place finish in the semifinal heat before finishing third in the Petite Final (May 30). High School – Rowed for three years under head coach Brook Kennedy at Sidwell Friends School…also was a three-year varsity basketball and two-year varsity volleyball letterwinner under head coaches Ann Renninger and Amber Coleman-Mortley, respectively…served as team captain of the rowing program. Personal – Full name: Hillary Eklund Caldwell…born May 14, 1991 in Washington, D.C…Hillary is the oldest of Barry and Phyllis Caldwell’s three children…has one younger brother, Brendan, and one younger sister, Lauren…undeclared major.

HILARY CALDWELL

ALEXA

FARAFONTOFF PORT/STARBOARD 6-0 • Junior El Dorado Hills, Calif. (Oakridge) 2010-11 - Rowed in UCLA’s two varsity eight crews throughout her sophomore year...rowed six seat in the varsity eight in a season-opening win against Loyola Marymount (March 5)...rowed four seat in the V8+ in a dual-meet victory against San Diego State (March 13)...rowed seven seat in the 2V8+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed seven seat in the 2V8+ at the San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), leading the Bruins to a second-place finish in their heat on day one...stroked the 2V8+ at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17)...rowed six seat in the 2V8+ against USC (April 30)...rowed six seat in the 2V8+ at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed in the 2V8+ in all events during the spring season…rowed five seat through the first five events before rowing three seat in the 2V8+ against USC, at Pac-10 Championships and at NCAA Championships… led the 2V8+ to consecutive dual-meet wins over Loyola Marymount (March 6) and San Diego State (March 13)…guided the 2V8+ to a second-place finish on the first day of the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28)…lost to Clemson before defeating Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge (April 10)…led the 2V8+ past Oregon State and San Diego State at Dexter Lake, Ore. (April 17)…helped the 2V8+ defeat USC in the annual crosstown regatta (May 1)…led the Bruins to a fifth-place team finish at the Pac-10 Championships (May 16) after the 2V8+ finished sixth…rowing three seat, raced to a fourthplace finish in the 2V8+ elimination heat on day one of the NCAA Championships (May 28)… after not advancing to the semifinal race, the 2V8+ raced to a third-place finish in the event’s Third Final (May 30). High School – Attended Oakridge High School in El Dorado Hills, Calif. for four years (200509). Club – Competed for Capital Crew for four years under head coach David Hayashi…stroked the varsity eight and served as team captain as a senior…rowed at Junior Nationals in a pair…rowed in the varsity eight as a junior, attending Junior National Development Camp “A”…rowed varsity eight as a sophomore…was named the team’s “most improved” rower and attended Junior National Development Camp “B”...earned a silver medal at the Junior “B” Quad USRowing National Championships.

ALEXA FARAFONTOFF

Personal – Full name: Alexa Nicole Farafontoff…born April 6, 1991 in Folsom, Calif…Alexa is the older of Nick and Janet Farafontoff ’s two children…has one younger brother, Joe…undeclared major.

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HAMANO COXSWAIN 5-0 • Junior Piedmont, Calif. (Piedmont) 2010-11 - Coxed the second varsity throughout the season in addition to coxing the varsity four crew...coxed the second varsity eight in early-season dual-meet wins against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...coxed the second varsity against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...coxed the second varsity at the San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), leading the Bruins to a second-place finish in their heat on day one...coxed the second varsity at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17)...coxed the varsity four `B’ crew against USC (April 30)... coxed the varsity four at Pac-10 Championships (April 15). 2009-10 – Coxed several of the Bruins’ crews throughout her freshman campaign, earning a spot as the coxswain of the second varsity eight midway through the spring season…coxed the 3V8+ in a dual-meet victory over Loyola Marymount (March 6)…coxed the V4+ ‘A’ crew in a dual-meet win against San Diego State (March 13)…coxed the Open 8+ crew to a firstplace finish at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28) – led the Open 8+ to firstplace finishes in its heat and in the Grand Final on consecutive days…coxed the V4+ at the SoCal Challenge (April 10), defeating Notre Dame by over eight seconds during the afternoon session…coxed the 2V8+ in Dexter Lake, Ore., leading the Bruins past Oregon State and San Diego…coxed the 2V8+ to victory over crosstown rival USC (May 1), clocking in over seven seconds ahead of the Women of Troy…coxed the 2V8+ at Pac-10 Championships, helping UCLA attain a fifth-place overall team finish…coxed the 2V8+ at NCAA Championships in Sacramento (May 28-30)…the 2V8+ finished fourth in its elimination heat and seventh in its repechage race later that day…registered a third-place finish in the 2V8+ Third Final on the final day of competition. High School – Attended Piedmont High School (Piedmont, Calif.) for four years (2005-09). Club – Competed for Oakland Strokes…earned the Coaches’ Award her novice year and varsity year…also named a most inspirational honorable mention and most improved honorable mention…rowed at the US Junior National Development Camp, coxing the Junior “A” eight at Club Nationals in New Jersey. Personal – Full name: Mia Yukari Hamano…born April 2, 1991 in San Francisco…Mia is the younger of Timothy and Jamie Hamano’s two children…has one older brother, Brian, who attends UCLA…intends to major in psychology.

MIA HAMANO

ARIEL

HANDLER COXSWAIN 5-1 • Senior Newport Beach, Calif. (Corona del Mar) 2010-11 - Coxed the varsity four throughout the season, in addition to coxing the second varsity eight at the conclusion of her junior year...coxed the varsity four in early-season dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...coxed the V4+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28), leading the four past Stanford...coxed the V4+ at the San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), leading the Bruins’ four to a first-place finish on day one and to a second-place finish on day two...coxed the V4+ at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), leading the crew to a win against Clemson on the third and final day...coxed the second varsity eight against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Coxed the 2V8+ and V4+ crews throughout the spring…coxed the 2V8+ crew to consecutive dual-meet wins against Loyola Marymount (March 6) and San Diego State (March 13)…coxed the 2V8+ at the San Diego Crew Classic, leading the Bruins to a second-place finish on day one and a fifth-place finish on the second day (March 27-28)…coxed the 2V8+ in a loss to Clemson before defeating Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge (April 10)…coxed the V4+ to a first-place finish at Dexter Lake, Ore., leading the Bruins past two boats from Oregon State and one crew from San Diego…coxed the V4+ to a third-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships, allowing UCLA to secure a fifth-place team finish…coxed the V4+ to a fourthplace finish in its elimination heat on day one of the NCAA Championships…finished fifth in the V4+ repechage race (May 28) before crossing the finish line second in the V4+ Third Final at the NCAA Championships (May 30). 2008-09 – Coxed the N4+, N8+ and 2V8+ crews throughout her freshman season…coxed the N4+ ‘A’ crew in UCLA’s season-opening dual-meet win against Loyola Marymount (March 7)… coxed the 2V8+ in a dual-meet victory versus San Diego State (March 14)…coxed the 2V8+ at the Pac-10 Challenge (March 28-29)…coxed the N8+ at the San Diego Crew Classic (April 4-5), leading UCLA to a second-place finish on day one and to a fourth-place finish in the Grand Final on day two…coxed the N8+ at the Lake Natoma Challenge (April 18-19)…coxed the V4+ in UCLA’s annual dual meet against USC (May 2). High School – Attended Corona del Mar High School (Newport Beach, Calif.). Club – Competed for Newport Aquatic Center (NAC) and Community Rowing Inc…served as captain for NAC in 2007-08…finished third at Nationals in the women’s varsity four in 2008… finished second at the 2008 USRowing Southwest Regionals…finished first at the Northeast Mid-Atlantic Regionals in the junior varsity eight in 2006.

ARIEL HANDLER

Personal – Full name: Ariel Frances Handler…born September 12, 1990 in Columbus, Ohio… Ariel is the youngest of Eric and Jill Handler’s three children…has two older brothers, Joel and Elliott…undeclared major.

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KAT

LAUER STARBOARD 5-11 • Sophomore Madison, Conn. (Branford) 2010-11 - Rowed in the varsity eight crew throughout her freshman season...rowed three seat in the varsity eight against California (March 27) and rowed five seat the next day versus Stanford (March 28)...rowed five seat in the varsity eight at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3)...rowed five seat at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), racing against Texas, Virginia and Clemson...rowed five seat in the varsity eight against USC in the annual crosstown showdown (April 30)...rowed five seat in UCLA’s V8+ at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). High School - Three-year varsity soccer and basketball and two-year varsity lacrosse letterwinner...spent her final two seasons at Branford High School (Branford, Ct.) and her first two years studying at Hamden Hall Country Day High School (Hamden, Ct.)...earned All-League honors on the soccer field...was an honorable mention All-League lacrosse selection...earned “best defensive player” honors in lacrosse at Hamden Hall. Club - Competed for Connecticut Boat Club...served as team captain...earned a gold medal in the V8+ crew at the 2010 Nationals...raced to a third-place finish in the V8+ at the 2009 Nationals...went undefeated in the fall and spring seasons during her senior year (2009-10).

KAT LAUER

EUGENIA

LIN COXSWAIN 5-3 • Sophomore Los Gatos, Calif. (Los Gatos)

Personal - Full name: Katherine Marie Lauer...born December 11, 1991 in Albuquerque, N.M... Katherine is the younger of Mark and Susan Lauer...intends to major in communication studies.

2010-11 - Coxed the novice four crew in an early-season dual-meet victory against San Diego State (March 13)...coxed the N4+ against USC (April 30) and at Pacific Coast Rowing Championships (May 14). High School - One-year varsity soccer letterwinner under head coach Jan Nordono at Los Gatos High School...also competed two seasons for the JV soccer team...as a senior in 2009-10, earned second-team all-league honors...recipient of the athletic scholar award and served as team captain...led Los Gatos to a first-place finish in league play and fourth overall in the CIF Central Coast Section playoffs...served as the JV team captain in 2007-08. Personal - Full name: Eugenia A Lin...born March 29, 1992 in Austin, Texas...Eugenia is the daughter of Steve Lin and Daphne Lin Hsiao...intends to major in psychobiology.

ERICA

LOCKARD STARBOARD 5-10 • Junior Nutley, N.J. (Nutley) 2010-11 - Rowed in the Bruins’ varsity eight crews throughout her sophomore season...rowed bow seat in the second varsity eight in early-season dual-meet wins against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...rowed two seat in the varsity four against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28), leading UCLA past Stanford in the V4+ race...rowed three seat in the 2V8+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), leading the crew to a second-place finish on day one...rowed three seat in the varsity eight at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17)...rowed five seat in the second varsity eight against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed in the Bruins’ 2V8+ crew all season as a freshman, helping guide UCLA to its first-ever team berth to the NCAA Championships…rowed three seat in the first four events before finishing the season rowing bow seat in the 2V8+ crew…led the Bruins’ 2V8+ boat to consecutive dual-meet wins over Loyola Marymount (March 6) and San Diego State (March 13)…helped guide the 2V8+ to a second-place finish on the first day of the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28)…lost to Clemson before defeating Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge (April 10)…led the 2V8+ past Oregon State and San Diego State at Dexter Lake, Ore. (April 17)…helped the 2V8+ defeat USC in the annual crosstown rivalry regatta (May 1)…led the Bruins to a fifth-place team finish at the Pac-10 Championships (May 16) after the 2V8+ finished sixth…rowing bow seat, raced to a fourth-place finish in the 2V8+ elimination heat on day one of the NCAA Championships (May 28)…after not advancing to the semifinal race, the 2V8+ raced to a third-place finish in the event’s Third Final (May 30).

ERICA LOCKARD

High School – Earned four varsity letters as a rower at Nutley High School and The Peddie School (Hightstown, N.J.) under head coaches Kevin Smyth and Barb Grudt, respectively… rowed in the varsity four, earning a first-place finish at the 2009 SRA (Scholastic Rowing Association) National Championships….also led the varsity four to the 2009 Youth Rowing National Championships and 2008 Stotesbury Championship. Personal – Full name: Erica Lynn Lockard…born September 9, 1990 in Pompton Plains, N.J… Erica is the daughter of Richard Lockard and Bonnie Kaliko…has one half-brother, Richard, and two half-sisters, Jamie and Brooke…intends to major in psychology.

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RETURNING ROWERS JESSICA

McGUIRE PORT 5-10 • Junior Chino, Calif. (St. Lucy’s) 2010-11 - Rowed in the varsity eight crews through the first five events of the spring season... rowed bow seat in the varsity eight in dual-meet wins against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...rowed six seat in the varsity eight against California (March 27) and six seat in the second varsity against Stanford (March 28)...stroked the second varsity eight at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3). 2009-10 – Rowed in several crews for the Bruins during her freshman season, closing the year by stroking the second varsity eight at NCAA Championships…helped UCLA secure its firstever team berth to NCAA Championships…rowed six seat in the 3V8+ in a dual-meet win over Loyola Marymount (March 6)…rowed two seat in the V4+ ‘A’ crew in a dual-meet victory against San Diego State (March 13)…rowed six seat in the Open 8+, leading the crew to a first-place finish at the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28)…stroked the V4+ at the SoCal Challenge (April 10), leading UCLA to a victory over Notre Dame…rowed six seat in the 2V8+ at Dexter Lake, Ore., as the Bruins defeated Oregon State and San Diego…rowed six seat in the 2V8+ against USC, leading UCLA past its crosstown rival in the 2V8+ race…rowed six seat in the 2V8+ at Pac-10 Championships (May 16), helping the Bruins secure a fifth-place team finish…stroked the 2V8+ at NCAA Championships (May 28-30), as the Bruins finished fourth in their 2V8+ elimination heat and seventh in the afternoon repechage…raced to a third-place finish in the 2V8+ Third Final. High School – Two-year varsity soccer letterwinner under head coach Rob Rodriguez at St. Lucy’s Priory High School in Glendora, Calif. Personal – Full name: Jessica Isanell McGuire…born December 5, 1990 in Upland, Calif… Jessica is the daughter of Kevin and Denise McGuire…has one brother, Jacob, and one sister, Jackie…psychobiology major.

JESSICA McGUIRE

EMILY

McLAUGHLIN STARBOARD 5-9 • Junior San Diego, Calif. (Serra) 2010-11 - Rowed in the second varsity eight throughout the season...rowed five seat in the second varsity in a season-opening dual-meet win against Loyola Marymount (March 5)... rowed six seat in the varsity eight in a dual-meet win over San Diego State (March 13)...rowed five seat in the 2V8+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed five seat in the 2V8+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3)...rowed three seat in the 2V8+ at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), leading UCLA past Texas on the first day of competition... rowed three seat in the 2V8+ against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed four seat in the N8+ in four events, culminating in the Pac-10 Championships… rowed four seat at the SoCal Challenge (April 10), falling to Clemson before defeating Notre Dame…rowed four seat at Dexter Lake, Ore. (April 17), finished second against two novice boats from Oregon State…rowed four seat in the N8+ against USC (May 1), defeating the Women of Troy by 3.40 seconds…rowed four seat in the N8+ at Pac-10 Championships, helping UCLA secure a fifth-place overall team finish. High School – Three-year varsity field hockey, water polo and swimming letterwinner at Serra High School in San Diego…on the field hockey team, earned first-team All-CIF Division II, firstteam All-County and first-team All-Eastern League honors in 2008 (senior season)…led Serra to the Eastern League title and as the CIF Division II runners-up in 2008…secured second-team All-CIF Division II honors and first-team All-Eastern League acclaim in 2007, leading Serra to the Eastern League title and to a CIF Division II runner-up finish…helped guide Serra to the CIF Division II Championship in 2006. Personal – Full name: Emily Rose McLaughlin…born October 28, 1991 in San Diego…Emily is the older of Shamus and Judy McLaughlin’s two children…has one younger brother, Kyler… mathematics major.

EMILY McLAUGHLIN

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RETURNING ROWERS ALEXIS

McPHEE PORT 6-1 • Junior Rolling Hills Estates, Calif. (Peninsula) 2010-11 - Rowed in UCLA’s varsity four crew all season...stroked the V4+ `A’ crew in early-season dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)... rowed bow seat in the V4+ against Stanford (March 27) and California (March 28)...rowed bow seat in the V4+ `A’ crew at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic, leading that boat to a first-place finish on day one and a second place finish in the Grand Final on day two...rowed bow seat in the varsity four at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), leading the crew past Clemson on day three...stroked the varsity four against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed in several crews throughout her freshman season, earning a spot in the V4+ by the second half of the spring campaign…stroked the 3V8+ in a dual-meet victory over Loyola Marymount (March 6)…stroked the V4+ ‘A’ crew in a dual-meet win against San Diego State (March 13)…stroked the Open 8+ to a first-place finish at the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28); first place in its heat and first place in the following day’s Grand Final…rowed two seat in the V4+ at the SoCal Challenge (April 10), defeating Notre Dame in the afternoon session…rowed three seat in the V4+ at Dexter Lake, Ore., leading the Bruins past two boats from Oregon State and one from San Diego…rowed three seat in the V4+ against USC (May 1)…rowed three seat in the V4+ at Pac-10 Championships, guiding UCLA to a third-place finish (May 16)…rowed two seat in the V4+ at NCAA Championships, finishing fourth in the team’s elimination heat on day one before finishing fifth in that afternoon’s repechage…posted a second-place finish in the V4+ Third Final on the final day of competition. High School – Four-year varsity volleyball letterwinner at Peninsula High School (Palos Verdes, Calif.) under head coach Mike Jagade. Club – Competed for Marina Aquatic Center (MAC) under head coach Zohar Abramovitz. Personal – Full name: Alexis Lauren McPhee…born December 23, 1990 in Torrance, Calif… Alexis is the middle of William and Cindy McPhee’s three daughters…has two sisters, Meghan and Amanda…undeclared major.

ALEXIS McPHEE

Classic (April 2-3), leading the boat to a second-place finish on day one...rowed two seat in the second varsity eight at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), leading the Bruins past Texas on day one...stroked the second varsity eight against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15).

CAROLINA

PAINI

High School - Attended Orange County High School of the Arts from 2007-10...competed for the YMCA of Orange County Swim Team...served as team captain her senior year...competed in the YMCA Championships and the Q-Meet for Grand Prix.

PORT 5-9 • Sophomore Costa Mesa, Calif. (Orange County HS of the Arts)

Personal - Full name: Carolina Laura Paini...born December 15, 1991 in Newport Beach, Calif... Carolina is the older of Massimo and Mariola Paini’s two daughters...has one younger sister, Veronica.

2010-11 - Rowed in the novice eight, varsity four and second varsity eight during her freshman season...stroked the novice eight in early-season dual-meet wins against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...stroked the V4+ `A’ crew against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed four seat in the second varsity eight at the San Diego Crew

NATALIE

PETTEE PORT/STARBOARD 5-10 • Sophomore Coronado, Calif. (Coronado) 2010-11 - Rowed in the novice eight as a freshman...rowed seven seat in UCLA’s early-season dual-meet wins against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...rowed bow seat in the novice eight, winning back-to-back races against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed five seat in the N8+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3)...rowed seven seat in the N8+ against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). High School - Two-year cross country and track and field letterwinner under head coach George Greene at Coronado High School. Personal - Full name: Natalie Narelle Pettee...born March 6, 1992 in San Diego, Calif...Natalie is the younger of Donald and Narelle Pettee’s two daughters...has one older sister, Lindsay... intends to major in environmental science.

NATALIE PETTEE

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RETURNING ROWERS TAMAR

SCHAAP STARBOARD 5-11 • Junior Tracy, Calif. (Merrill F. West) 2010-11 - Rowed primarily in UCLA’s varsity four crew throughout her sophomore year...rowed bow seat in the V4+ `A’ crew against Loyola Marymount (March 5) in a season-opening dualmeet victory...rowed three seat in the V4+ `A’ crew versus San Diego State (March 13) in a dualmeet win...rowed three seat in the V4+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28), leading the Bruins past Stanford...rowed three seat in the V4+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3)...rowed five seat in the 2V8+ against Texas at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), leading the Bruins to a victory against the Longhorns...also rowed three seat in the V4+ at the Virginia Invitational against Clemson and Virginia...rowed three seat in the V4+ `A’ crew against USC (April 30)...rowed three seat in the varsity four at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed in several different crews for the Bruins in her freshman season…helping lead UCLA to dual-meet victories in back-to-back weekends against Loyola Marymount (March 6) and San Diego State (March 13) – rowed five seat in the N8+ against LMU and rowed three seat in the V4+ ‘A’ crew against SDSU…rowed five seat in the Open 8+, leading the crew to a first-place finish at the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28); first in its heat on day one and first in the next day’s Grand Final…rowed six seat in the N8+ at the SoCal Challenge (April 10), falling to Clemson before defeating Notre Dame…rowed six seat in the N8+ at Dexter Lake, Ore., finished second against two novice crews from Oregon State…rowed six seat in the N8+ against USC, defeating the Women of Troy by 3.40 seconds (May 1)…rowed six seat in the N8+ at Pac-10 Championships (May 16), helping UCLA secure a fifth-place overall finish at the conference event. High School – Three-year varsity volleyball letterwinner under head coach Pete Mullen at Merrill F. West High School in Tracy, Calif…secured second-team All-League honors and honorable mention All-League acclaim in three seasons as a volleyball player…also competed for Club Pacific and Core Volleyball Club.

TAMAR SCHAAP

Personal – Full name: Tamar Schaap (pronounced toh-MAR skahp)…born February 24, 1991 in the Netherlands…Tamar is the middle of Thomas Schaap and Wihi de Lange’s three children… has two brothers, Emiel and Bas.

KIRSTIN

SNOOK STARBOARD 5-7 • Junior Los Gatos, Calif. (Los Gatos) 2010-11 - Rowed two seat in the varsity and second varsity eight crews all season...rowed in the second varsity eight in UCLA’s early-season dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...rowed two seat in the 2V8+ at California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed two seat in the 2V8+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic, helping lead the Bruins to a second-place finish on day one and into a Grand Final on day two... rowed two seat in the varsity eight at the Virginia Invitational, helping guide the Bruins past Texas on day one (April 15-17)...rowed two seat in the V8+ against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed two seat in the 2V8+ all season as a freshman…helped guide UCLA to its first-ever team berth to the NCAA Championships, as the Bruins finished 12th overall at the national event…led the Bruins’ 2V8+ to consecutive dual-meet wins over Loyola Marymount (March 6) and San Diego State (March 13)…guided the 2V8+ to a second-place finish on the first day of the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28)…lost to Clemson before defeating Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge (April 10)…led the 2V8+ past Oregon State and San Diego State at Dexter Lake, Ore. (April 17)…helped the 2V8+ defeat USC in the annual crosstown rivalry regatta (May 1)…led the Bruins to a fifth-place team finish at the Pac-10 Championships (May 16) after the 2V8+ finished sixth…raced to a fourth-place finish in the 2V8+ elimination heat on day one of the NCAA Championships (May 28)…after not advancing to the semifinal race, the 2V8+ raced to a third-place finish in the event’s Third Final (May 30). High School – Attended Los Gatos High School for four years (2005-09). Club – Rowed three years for Los Gatos Rowing Club (LGRC) under head coaches Derek Bryns and Patrick Lynch…won three state championships, earning two silver medals…captured one gold and one silver medal at Nationals and one gold at the Women’s Henley Regatta. Personal – Full name: Kirstin Jane Snook…born January 8, 1991 in Mountain View, Calif…Kirstin is the youngest of Tupper and Jane Snook’s three daughters…has two older sisters, Megan and Keely…undeclared major.

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KIRSTIN SNOOK

RETURNING ROWERS 2009-10 – Rowed four seat in the N8+ crew in a dual-meet victory over Loyola Marymount (March 6) to open the season…rowed five seat in the N8+ at the SoCal Challenge (April 10), falling to Clemson before defeating Notre Dame…rowed five seat in the N8+ at Dexter Lake, Ore., finishing second against two novice crews from Oregon State (April 17)…rowed five seat in the N8+ against USC (May 1), helping UCLA defeat its crosstown foes in the novice event by 3.40 seconds…rowed five seat in the N8+ at Pac-10 Championships, allowing UCLA to secure a fifth-place team finish at the conference event (May 16).

MARIKO

SNYDER STARBOARD 5-6 • Junior Westlake Village, Calif. (Agoura)

High School – Four-year varsity swimming letterwinner under head coach Jason Rosenthal at Agoura High School…earned team MVP honors each of four seasons in addition to being a Marmonte League finalist…was a CIF finalist in 2008-09 (senior season)…set the school’s 100breaststroke record in 2006…also competed for CLASS Aquatics.

2010-11 - Rowed in the varsity eight crew throughout her sophomore campaign...rowed three seat in the V8+ in UCLA’s season-opening dual-meet win against Loyola Marymount (March 5)... rowed five seat in the V8+ in a dual-meet victory over San Diego State (March 13)...rowed four seat in the V8+ for the remainder of the season...rowed in the V8+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed in the V8+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), leading the Bruins to a second-place finish on day two...rowed in the V8+ at the three-day Virginia Invitational (April 15-17)...rowed four seat in the V8+ against USC (April 30) and at Pac10 Championships (May 15).

Personal – Full name: Mariko Lynn Snyder…born November 7, 1991 in Santa Monica, Calif… Mariko is the fourth of Robert and Ann Snyder’s five children…has one older sister, Kimiko, and three brothers, Thomas, Robert and William…biochemistry major.

NICOLE

SUNG-JERECZEK PORT/STARBOARD 5-9 • Sophomore Piedmont, Calif. (Piedmont) 2010-11 - Rowed in the varsity eight crew throughout her freshman season...opened the year rowing four seat in the second varsity eight in UCLA’s dual-meet victory against Loyola Marymount (March 5)...rowed three seat in the varsity eight in a dual-meet win over San Diego State (March 13)...rowed two seat in the varsity eight against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed two seat in the varsity eight at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), leading the Bruins to a second-place finish in the Petite Final on Sunday...rowed six seat at the three-day Virginia Invitational, racing against Texas, Virginia and Clemson (April 15-17)... rowed six seat in the varsity eight against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed six seat in the N8+ ‘B’ crew in a dual-meet victory against San Diego State (March 13) during the second weekend of the spring season…rowed two seat in the novice four at Pacific Coast Rowing Championships (May 15), leading the Bruins to a first-place finish. High School - Attended Piedmont High School for four years (2006-10). Club - Competed for Oakland Strokes for four years...finished first at the 2010 Southwest Junior Championships and second at the 2010 Nationals...invited to attend the 2009 selection camp. Personal -Full name: Nicole Elizabeth Sung-Jereczek...born May 1, 1992 in Berkeley, Calif... Nicole is the older of Gary Jereczek and Alice Sung’s two daughters...has one younger sister, Alexandra...undeclared major. four seasons…served as a libero on the volleyball team, securing all-conference acclaim as a junior and senior…also competed for the Portage Hurricanes club softball team…earned MVP honors for Portage at two tournaments.

NICOLE SUNG-JERECZEK

first-place finish on day one and second-place finish on day two...rowed four seat against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). High School - Two-year varsity basketball letterwinner at Garces Memorial High School.

JAMIE

Personal - Full name: Jamie Lynn Swan...born June 12, 1991 in Bakersfield, Calif...Jamie is the daughter of Raymond and Terri Swan...psychobiology major.

SWAN PORT 5-9 • Junior Bakersfield, Calif. (Garces) 2010-11 - Rowed four seat in the novice eight throughout her freshman season...rowed four seat in the novice eight in UCLA’s early-season dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...also rowed four seat in the novice eight against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28), leading the Bruins’ boat to first-place finishes in each race...rowed four seat at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), leading UCLA to a

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RETURNING ROWERS

BRITTA

SYVERSON PORT 6-0 • Junior Minneapolis, Minn. (Southwest) 2010-11 - Rowed in the varsity eight crew throughout her sophomore year...rowed seven seat in the V8+ in early-season dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...also rowed seven seat in the V8+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...rowed seven seat at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 23)...stroked the varsity eight at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), leading the Bruins’ V8+ against Texas, Virginia and Clemson...stroked the varsity eight against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). 2009-10 – Rowed four seat in the varsity eight crew all season as a freshman…helped lead UCLA to its first-ever team berth to the NCAA Championships, as the Bruins finished 12th overall…rowing four seat, led the V8+ to dual meet victories over Loyola Marymount (March 6) and San Diego State (March 13)…guided the V8+ to third-place finishes on consecutive days of the San Diego Crew Classic (March 27-28)…earned victories over Clemson and Notre Dame at the SoCal Challenge (April 10)…led the V8+ past Oregon State and San Diego in Dexter Lake, Ore. (April 17)…finished fourth in the V8+ at Pac-10 Championships, leading UCLA to a fifthplace team finish…rowing four seat, finished third in the V8+ elimination heat on day one (May 28) of the NCAA Championships, advancing to a semifinal heat (May 29)…raced to a fifth-place finish in the semifinal heat before finishing third in the Petite Final (May 30). High School – Four-year basketball and three-year volleyball letterwinner at Southwest High School in Minneapolis…served as varsity basketball team captain as a junior and senior, earning team MVP honors her senior season…captured All-Conference honors as a senior… secured All-City honors on the varsity volleyball team as a senior and sophomore…named the team’s most improved player her sophomore season. Club – Competed for Minneapolis Rowing Club…named the rowing club’s most valuable player…won the 2008 North West International Rowing Association (NWIRA) Championship Regatta in 2008…placed seventh in the youth four at the 2008 Head of the Charles. Personal – Full name: Britta Lund Syverson…born July 18, 1991 in Minneapolis…Britta is the youngest of Brad and Carol Syverson’s three children…has one older sister, Abby, and one older brother, Alex…undeclared major.

BRITTA SYVERSON

High School - Four-year varsity soccer letterwinner and two-year varsity water polo letterwinner under head coaches Dave Todd and John Nogue, respectively, at Napa High School...on the soccer field, earned first-team All-League and All-County honors...helped lead Napa High School to the Monticello Empire League Championships...also competed for Napa Force Lacrosse, serving as team captain for three years and securing league All-Star honors for two years.

SAMANTHA

UPTON

Personal - Full name: Samantha Lynn Upton...born March 2, 1992 in St. Helena, Calif...Samantha is the daughter of Tracey Lynne Upton...has two sisters, Montana and Dakota...aerospace engineering major.

PORT/STARBOARD 5-9 • Sophomore Napa, Calif. (Napa) 2010-11 - Rowed two seat in the novice eight crew throughout her freshman season... helped lead the Bruins’ novice eight crew to early-season dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...also rowed two seat in the N8+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28), leading the Bruins to victories each day...rowed two seat at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15).

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TAYLOR

VEIT STARBOARD 5-10 • Sophomore Pleasanton, Calif. (Amador Valley) 2010-11 - Rowed in the novice eight crew throughout her freshman season...rowed three seat in the N8+ in the Bruins’ early-season dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...also rowed three seat in the N8+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28), leading the Bruins to victories each day...rowed three seat at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3)...rowed five seat against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). High School - Attended Amador Valley High School (Pleasanton, Calif.) for four years (200610). Club - Competed for Oakland Strokes for two years...won all the women’s races at the 2010 Southwest Junior Rowing Championships (“CJs”). Personal - Full name: Taylor Alexis Veit...born October 28, 1992 in Jacksonville, Fla...Taylor is the older of Eric and Beth Veit’s three children...has two younger brothers, Connor and Bryce... undeclared major.

TAYLOR VEIT

second varsity eight at the three-day Virginia Invitational (April 15-17)...rowed bow seat in the 2V8+ against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15).

ERIN

High School - Two-year varsity soccer letterwinner under head coach Sarah Trost at Trabuco Hills High School...helped lead Trabuco Hills to a second-place finish in the Sea View League in 2008-09, her second of two seasons on the varsity squad...also competed for Mission Viejo Soccer Club, serving as team captain from 2007-10.

WENZEL

Personal - Full name: Erin Danielle Wenzel...born August 27, 1992 in Laguna Hills, Calif...Erin is the older of Thomas and Marilyn Wenzel’s two daughters...has one younger sister, Avery... biochemistry major.

STARBOARD 5-10 • Sophomore Santa Margarita, Calif. (Trabuco Hills) 2010-11 - Rowed in the second varsity eight crew in UCLA’s early-season wins against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13) - rowed three seat against LMU and five seat against SDSU...rowed five seat in the novice eight against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28), leading the Bruins to victories in the N8+ each day...rowed two seat in the V4+ crew at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic (April 2-3), leading UCLA to a first-place finish on day one and second-place finish on day two in the Grand Final...rowed bow seat in the

DEANNA

WONG STARBOARD 5-4 • Sophomore San Francisco, Calif. (Lincoln) 2010-11 - Rowed in the varsity and second varsity eight crews throughout her freshman year... rowed seven seat in the second varsity eight in early-season dual-meet victories against Loyola Marymount (March 5) and San Diego State (March 13)...rowed bow seat in the 2V8+ against California (March 27) and Stanford (March 28)...also rowed bow seat in the 2V8+ at the two-day San Diego Crew Classic, leading UCLA into the Grand Final with a second-place finish on day one...rowed bow seat in the varsity eight at the Virginia Invitational (April 15-17), guiding the Bruins against Texas, Virginia and Clemson...rowed bow seat in the V8+ against USC (April 30) and at Pac-10 Championships (May 15). High School - Attended Abraham Lincoln High School for four years (2006-10). Club - Competed for Pacific Rowing Club...served as team captain in 2009-10...earned a bronze medal (pair) at the 2010 Southwest Junior Rowing Championships and to a silver medal (pair) at the 2010 Youth Nationals...at the SWJRA, earned a gold medal in 2009 and a silver medal in the lightweight 4+...secured a gold medal in 2007 in the frosh 8+ and frosh 4+. Personal - Full name: Deanna Wong...born November 1, 1992 in San Francisco...Deanna is the youngest of Richard and Shirley Wong’s three children...has one older brother, Barry, and one older sister, Denise...intends to major in physiological science.

DEANNA WONG

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FIRST-YEAR ROWERS

Maddie Alden

Katie Bassak

Christine Bragg

Justine Brennan

Fr. – Princeton, N.J (Princeton)

Fr. - Lafayette, CA (Acalanes)

Fr. – Darien, CT (Darien)

Fr. – Sunnyvale, CA (St. Francis)

Danielle Brown

Alex Caniglia

Fr. - Piedmont, CA (Piedmont) Fr. - San Diego, CA (University City)

Sarah Dierksen

Allison Doran

Michelle Epps

Camille Huxtable

Kristy Kayatta

Chloe Kojima

Fr. – La Verne, CA (St. Lucy’s Priory)

Fr. - Folsom, CA (Folsom)

Fr. –Temecula, CA (Temecula Valley)

Fr. – Santa Cruz, CA (Scotts Valley)

Fr. - Claremont, CA (San Luis Obispo)

Fr. – Redondo Beach, CA (Mira Costa)

Kate Miller

Kendal Mitchell

Emma Murray

Christina Nelson

Fr. – Walnut Creek, CA (Los Lomas) Fr. - San Mateo, CA (St. Ignatius College Prep) Fr. – Roswell, GA (Blessed Trinity) Fr. – Westlake Village, CA (Oaks Christian)

Molly Schoenfeld

Morgan Small

Cathy Stolitzka

Olivia Taylor

Victoria Vander Poel

Vanessa Woodward

Fr. – El Cajon, CA (Valhalla)

Fr. – Los Altos, CA (Homestead)

Fr. – Darien, CT (Darien)

Fr. – Los Banos, CA (Los Banos)

Fr. - Danville, CA (Monte Vista)

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Katie Shurtleff

Fr. – Orinda, CA (Miramonte) Fr. – Seattle, WA (Holy Names Academy)

2011 IN REVIEW UCLA vs. Loyola Marymount

UCLA at California

3.

Alabama.......................................... ..................................6:52.70

Marina del Rey, Calif. – Ballona Creek March 5, 2011 (All races 2000m) Varsity Eight

Redwood Shores, Calif. March 26, 2011 Varsity Eight

4.

Oregon State ‘A’............................... ................................6:54.63

5.

Kansas State................................... ..................................7:05.29

1. 2. 3.

UCLA ‘A’ ..............................................................................6:31.38 UCLA ‘B’..............................................................................6:33.50 Loyola Marymount ........................................................7:03.95

Novice Eight 1. 2.

UCLA ...................................................................................7:00.00 Loyola Marymount ........................................................7:44.20

Varsity Four 1. 2. 3.

UCLA ‘A’ ..............................................................................7:24.70 UCLA ‘B’..............................................................................7:38.37 Long Beach Rowing Association ..............................7:48.14

Open Four 1. 2.

UCLA ...................................................................................7:54.52 Loyola Marymount ........................................................8:43.19

Lineups V8 - (stroke) Rachel LaBella, (7) Britta Syverson, (6) Alexa Farafontoff, (5) Katherine Hruska, (4) Tanya Smith, (3) Mariko Snyder, (2) Anastasia Alexander, (bow) Jessica McGuire, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji 2V8 - (stroke) Victoria Babson, (7) Deanna Wong, (6) Caroline Curson, (5) Emily McLaughlin, (4) Nicole Sung- Jereczek, (3) Erin Wenzel, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Erica Lockard, (coxswain) Mia Hamano N8 - (stroke) Carolina Paini, (7) Natalie Pettee, (6) Chelcey Romeril, (5) Olivia Smith, (4) Jamie Swan, (3) Taylor Veit, (2) Samantha Upton, (bow) Sandra Atuegbu, (coxswain) Alexandra Scullion. Open 4 - (stroke) Davi Schmidt, (3) Azita Sayadi, (2) Merethe Hansen, (bow) Kelsey Wyatt-Mair, (coxswain) Kaylee Weatherwax V4 ‘A’ - (stroke) Alexis McPhee, (3) Meguire Broersma, (2) Amanda Fox, (bow) Tamar Schaap, (coxswain) Ariel Handler V4 ‘B’ - (stroke) Jennifer Monacelli, (3) Christa Czer, (2) Anoush Khojikian, (bow) Chelsea Wolfe, (coxswain) Lauren Leibovitch

UCLA vs. San Diego State Marina del Rey, Calif. – Ballona Creek March 13, 2011 (All races 2000m) Varsity Eight 1. 2.

UCLA ...................................................................................6:19.80 San Diego State ..............................................................6:29.47

Second Varsity Eight 1. 2. 3.

UCLA (2V8)........................................................................6:27.70 UCLA (N8)..........................................................................6:48.70 San Diego State (2V8) ...................................................7:11.60

Varsity Four 1. 2. 3.

UCLA ‘A’ ..............................................................................6:56.60 UCLA ‘B’..............................................................................7:12.90 San Diego State ..............................................................7:41.30

Novice Four 1. 2.

UCLA ...................................................................................7:27.60 San Diego State ..............................................................7:49.00

Lineups V8 - (stroke) Rachel LaBella, (7) Britta Syverson, (6) Emily McLaughlin, (5) Mariko Snyder, (4) Alexa Farafontoff, (3) Nicole Sung-Jereczek, (2) Anastasia Alexander, (bow) Jessica McGuire, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji 2V8 - (stroke) Victoria Babson, (7) Deanna Wong, (6) Caroline Curson, (5) Erin Wenzel, (4) Katherine Hruska, (3) Tanya Smith, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Erica Lockard, (coxswain) Mia Hamano

1. 2.

California......................................... ..................................6:46.10 UCLA............................................... ....................................7:03.30

Second Varsity Eight 1. 2.

California ...........................................................................6:50.70 UCLA ...................................................................................6:59.50

Varsity Four 1. 2.

California......................................... ..................................7:37.40 UCLA............................................... ....................................7:40.10

Novice Eight 1. 2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:08.70 California......................................... ..................................7:16.70

San Diego State.............................. ................................7:27.05

Varsity Four 1.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:19.80

2.

Stanford........................................... ..................................7:24.27

3.

Oklahoma........................................ .................................7:28.68

4.

USC ‘B’............................................ .....................................7:38.86

5.

San Diego..........................................................................7:43.85

6.

Tulsa ‘B’........................................... ....................................7:45.82

Novice Eight 1.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:12.00

V8 - (stroke) Rachel LaBella, (7) Britta Syverson, (6) Jessica McGuire, (5) Hillary Caldwell, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Kat Lauer, (2) Nicole Sung-Jereczek, (bow) Anastasia Alexander, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji

2.

Oklahoma........................................ .................................7:20.25

2V8 - (stroke) Victoria Babson, (7) Alexa Farafontoff, (6) Caroline Curson, (5) Emily McLaughlin, (4) Katherine Hruska, (3) Tanya Smith, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong, (coxswain) Mia Hamano V4- (stroke) Carolina Paini, (3) Tamar Schaap, (2) Erica Lockard, (bow) Alexis McPhee, (coxswain) Ariel Handler N8 - (stroke) Amanda Fox, (7) Olivia Smith, (6) Chelcey Romeril, (5) Erin Wenzel, (4) Jamie Swan, (3) Taylor Veit, (2) Samantha Upton, (bow) Natalie Pettee, (coxswain) Alexandra Scullion

3.

Alabama.......................................... ..................................7:30.24

4.

San Diego State.............................. ................................7:38.63

5.

UC San Diego.................................. .................................7:44.65

6.

Saint Mary’s..................................... .................................8:00.38

7.

Arizona State....................................................................8:01.52

Open Eight 1.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:20.70

2.

Santa Clara Alumni.......................... ..............................7:51.08

3.

Mission Bay Rowing........................ ..............................8:09.99

4.

UC San Diego.................................. .................................8:34.32

UCLA at Stanford

Lineups

Redwood Shores, Calif. March 27, 2011 Varsity Eight

V8 (stroke) Rachel LaBella, (7) Britta Syverson, (6) Katherine Hruska, (5) Kat Lauer, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Tanya Smith, (2) Nicole Sung-Jereczek, (bow) Hillary Caldwell, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji

1. 2.

Stanford........................................... ..................................6:31.60 UCLA............................................... ....................................6:38.90

Second Varsity Eight 1. 2.

Stanford........................................... ..................................6:40.80 UCLA............................................... ....................................6:51.60

Varsity Four 1. 2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:22.10 Stanford........................................... ..................................7:24.60

Novice Eight 1. 2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................6:50.30 Stanford........................................... ..................................7:19.50

Lineups V8 - (stroke) Rachel LaBella, (7) Britta Syverson, (6) Katherine Hruska, (5) Kat Lauer, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Tanya Smith, (2) Nicole Sung-Jereczek, (bow) Anastasia Alexander, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji 2V8 - (stroke) Victoria Babson, (7) Alexa Farafontoff, (6) Jessica McGuire, (5) Emily McLaughlin, (4) Caroline Curson, (3) Hillary Caldwell, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong, (coxswain) Mia Hamano V4 - (stroke) Carolina Paini, (3) Tamar Schaap, (2) Erica Lockard, (bow) Alexis McPhee, (coxswain) Ariel Handler N8 - (stroke) Amanda Fox, (7) Olivia Smith, (6) Chelcey Romeril, (5) Erin Wenzel, (4) Jamie Swan, (3) Taylor Veit, (2) Samantha Upton, (bow) Natalie Pettee, (coxswain) Alexandra Scullion

V4 - (stroke) Amanda Fox, (3) Tamar Schaap, (2) Erin Wenzel, (bow) Alexis McPhee, (coxswain) Ariel Handler 2V8 - (stroke) Jessica McGuire, (7) Alexa Farafontoff, (6) Caroline Curson, (5) Emily McLaughlin, (4) Carolina Paini, (3) Erica Lockard, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong, (coxswain) Mia Hamano N8 - (stroke) Victoria Babson, (7) Olivia Smith, (6) Chelcey Romeril, (5) Natalie Pettee, (4) Jamie Swan, (3) Taylor Veit, (2) Samantha Upton, (bow) Sandra Atuegbu, (coxswain) Alexandra Scullion O8 - (stroke) Meguire Broersma, (7) Anoush Khojikian, (6) Chelsea Wolfe, (5) Azita Sayadi, (4) Christa Czer, (3) Merethe Hansen, (2) Kelsey Wyatt-Mair, (bow) Jennifer Monacelli, (coxswain) Lauren Leibovitch

San Diego Crew Classic Mission Bay, Calif. (Day 2 of 2) April 3, 2011 Varsity Eight 1.

Oklahoma........................................ .................................6:45.60

2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................6:45.96

3.

Iowa................................................. ...................................6:46.77

4.

San Diego..........................................................................6:51.12

5.

Oregon State....................................................................6:51.74

6.

Purdue................................................................................7:05.61

Second Varsity Eight

San Diego Crew Classic

1.

Washington...................................... ................................6:44.80

Mission Bay, Calif. (Day 1 of 2) April 2, 2011 Varsity Eight

2.

Stanford........................................... ..................................6:49.00

3.

USC................................................. .....................................6:52.57

1.

USC................................................. .....................................6:20.80

2.

California......................................... ..................................6:26.90

3.

Washington State...........................................................6:27.80

V4 ‘A’ - (stroke) Alexis McPhee, (3) Tamar Schaap, (2) Meguire Broersma, (bow) Amanda Fox, (coxswain) Ariel Handler

4.

UCLA............................................... ....................................6:35.54

5.

San Diego..........................................................................6:36.90

6.

Iowa................................................. ...................................6:38.68

N4 - (stroke) Davi Schmidt, (3) Azita Sayadi, (2) Merethe Hansen, (bow) Kelsey Wyatt-Mair, (coxswain) Eugenia Lin

Southern Methodist......................... .............................7:15.57

7.

Lineups

N8 - (stroke) Carolina Paini, (7) Natalie Pettee, (6) Chelcey Romeril, (5) Olivia Smith, (4) Jamie Swan, (3) Taylor Veit, (2) Samantha Upton, (Bow) Sandra Atuegbu, (coxswain) Alexandra Scullion

V4 ‘B’ - (stroke) Jennifer Monacelli, (3) Christa Czer, (2) Anoush Khojikian, (bow) Chelsea Wolfe, (coxswain) Lauren Leibovitch

6.

Second Varsity Eight 1.

Washington...................................... ................................6:40.74

2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................6:46.91

4.

Wisconsin........................................ ..................................6:52.67

5.

Washington State...........................................................6:58.77

6.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:16.28

Varsity Four 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Novice Eight 1.

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USC................................................. .....................................7:30.90 UCLA............................................... ....................................7:33.42 Oklahoma........................................ .................................7:37.28 Stanford........................................... ..................................7:38.74 Oregon State....................................................................7:47.57 Iowa................................................. ...................................6:59.06 Washington...................................... ................................7:10.50

2011 IN REVIEW 2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:13.56

UCLA vs. Clemson

3.

Stanford........................................... ..................................7:15.94

4.

Washington State...........................................................7:18.04

5.

Oklahoma........................................ .................................7:32.37

Lake Monticello, Va. April 17, 2011 Varsity Eight

6.

Tulsa................................................ ....................................7:36.66

Open Eight 1.

BMA Cornell..................................... ................................7:20.80

2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:24.69

3.

Lincoln Park......................................................................7:31.94

4.

San Diego..........................................................................7:41.89

5.

Santa Clara Alumni.......................... ..............................8:12.26

6.

Mission Bay Rowing Assoc..........................................8:33.02

Lineups V8 (stroke) Rachel LaBella, (7) Britta Syverson, (6) Katherine Hruska, (5) Kat Lauer, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Tanya Smith, (2) Nicole Sung-Jereczek, (bow) Hillary Caldwell, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji V4 - (stroke) Amanda Fox, (3) Tamar Schaap, (2) Erin Wenzel, (bow) Alexis McPhee, (coxswain) Ariel Handler 2V8 - (stroke) Jessica McGuire, (7) Alexa Farafontoff, (6) Caroline Curson, (5) Emily McLaughlin, (4) Carolina Paini, (3) Erica Lockard, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong, (coxswain) Mia Hamano N8 - (stroke) Victoria Babson, (7) Olivia Smith, (6) Chelcey Romeril, (5) Natalie Pettee, (4) Jamie Swan, (3) Taylor Veit, (2) Samantha Upton, (bow) Sandra Atuegbu, (coxswain) Alexandra Scullion

Pac-10 Championships

1.

Clemson.......................................... ..................................6:25.00

2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................6:27.20

Second Varsity Eight 1. 2.

Clemson.......................................... ..................................6:40.90 UCLA............................................... ....................................6:44.30

Varsity Four 1. 2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:22.60 Clemson.......................................... ..................................7:29.50

2V8 - (stroke) Alexandra Farafontoff, (7) Hillary Caldwell, (6)Caroline Curson, (5) Tanya Smith, (4) Katherine Hurska, (3) Emily McLaughlin, (2)Carolina Paini, (bow) Erin Wenzel, (coxswain) Mia Hamano V4 - unavailable

UCLA vs. USC Marina del Rey, Calif. – Ballona Creek April 30, 2011 (All races 2000m) Varsity Eight 1. 2.

USC................................................. .....................................6:22.30 UCLA............................................... ....................................6:37.00

1.

USC................................................. .....................................6:33.30

2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................6:38.90

1. 2.

Second Varsity Four 1.

USC................................................. .....................................7:48.50

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:18.80

2.

UCLA (2V4+).....................................................................7:56.70

3.

UCLA (N4+).......................................................................8:17.00

Lineups V8 (stroke) Britta Syverson, (7) Rachel LaBella (6) Nicole Sung-Jereczek, (5) Kat Lauer, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Erica Lockard, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong,, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji 2V8 - (stroke) Alexandra Farafontoff, (7) Hillary Caldwell, (6) Caroline Curson, (5) Tamar Schaap, (4) Katherine Hurska, (3) Emily McLaughlin, (2) Carolina Paini, (bow) Erin Wenzel, (coxswain) Mia Hamano V4 - unavailable

UCLA at Virginia Lake Monticello, Va. April 16, 2011 Varsity Eight 1.

Virginia............................................. ..................................6:45.20

2.

UCLA............................................... ....................................6:47.60

Second Varsity Eight 1. 2.

Virginia............................................. ..................................6:53.40 UCLA............................................... ....................................7:03.80

Varsity Four 1. 2.

Virginia............................................. ..................................7:50.70 UCLA............................................... ....................................7:59.50

Lineups

Washington State...........................................................7:16.82

5.

Washington...................................... ................................7:18.14

UCLA............................................... ....................................6:55.90 USC................................................. .....................................7:07.00

Lineups V8 - (stroke) Britta Syverson, (7) Rachel LaBella (6) Nicole SungJereczek, (5) Kat Lauer, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Tanya Smith, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji 2V8 - (stroke) Carolina Paini, (7) Anastasia Alexander, (6) Alexandra Farafontoff, (5) Erica Lockard, (4) Katherine Hurska, (3) Emily McLaughlin, (2) Caroline Curson, (bow) Erin Wenzel, (coxswain) Ariel Handler V4 - (stroke)Alexis McPhee, (3) Tamar Schaap, (2) Hillary Caldwell, (bow) Amanda Fox, (coxswain) Lauren Leibovitch N8 - (stroke) Victoria Babson, (7) Natalie Pettee, (6) Chelsey Romeril, (5) Taylor Veit, (4) Jamie Swan, (3) Sandra Atuegbu, (2) Samantha Upton, (bow) Audrey Calandra, (coxswain) Alexandra Scullion 2V4 - (stroke) Jennifer Monacelli, (3) Meguire Broersma, (2) Anoush Khojikian, (bow) Chelsea Wolfe, (coxswain) Mia Hamano N4 - (stroke) Davi Schmidt, (3) Azita Sayadi, (2) Merethe Hansen, (bow) Kelsey Wyatt-Mair, (coxswain) Eugenia Lin

Pacific Coast Rowing Championships Rancho Cordova, Calif. (Lake Natoma) May 14, 2011 Open Four 1.

Saint Mary’s..................................... .................................7:39.50

2.

Stanford........................................... ..................................7:49.10

3.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:51.10

V8 - (stroke) Britta Syverson, (7) Rachel LaBella (6) Nicole SungJereczek, (5) Kat Lauer, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Erica Lockard, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong, (coxwain) Alaizah Koorji

Novice Four

2V8 - (stroke) Alexandra Farafontoff, (7) Hillary Caldwell, (6)Caroline Curson, (5) Tamar Schaap, (4) Katherine Hurska, (3) Emily McLaughlin, (2)Carolina Paini, (bow) Erin Wenzel, (coxswain) Mia Hamano.

Lineups

1. 2. 3.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Stanford........................................... ..................................6:24.50 California......................................... ..................................6:32.40 USC................................................. .....................................6:34.30 Washington...................................... ................................6:36.20 Washington State...........................................................6:38.30 UCLA............................................... ....................................6:39.80 Oregon State....................................................................6:47.50

Varsity Four 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California......................................... ..................................7:14.60 Washington...................................... ................................7:18.70 USC................................................. .....................................7:19.20 Washington State...........................................................7:24.00 UCLA............................................... ....................................7:25.20 Oregon State....................................................................7:30.70 Stanford........................................... ..................................7:33.40

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California......................................... ..................................6:52.00 Oregon State....................................................................6:58.70 Washington...................................... ................................7:01.60 Washington State...........................................................7:03.90 UCLA............................................... ....................................7:07.20 Stanford........................................... ..................................7:14.10 USC................................................. .....................................7:23.60

Championship Point Standings

Novice Eight 1. 2.

Second Varsity Eight

Novice Eight

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:16.50 USC................................................. .....................................7:19.00

Texas............................................... ....................................7:15.70

Texas............................................... ....................................8:52.90 UCLA............................................... ....................................8:53.50

USC................................................. .....................................7:09.25

4.

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:31.92

2.

1. 2.

3.

Oregon State....................................................................7:59.00

1.

Varsity Four

Stanford........................................... ..................................7:02.43

7.

Varsity Four

UCLA............................................... ....................................7:44.10 Texas............................................... ....................................7:46.20

California......................................... ..................................7:02.10

2.

V8 (stroke) Britta Syverson, (7) Rachel LaBella (6) Nicole Sung-Jereczek, (5) Kat Lauer, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Erica Lockard, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji

UCLA vs. Texas

1. 2.

1.

6.

Second Varsity Eight

Second Varsity Eight

Rancho Cordova, Calif. (Lake Natoma) May 15, 2011 Varsity Eight

Lineups

O8 - (stroke) Meguire Broersma, (7) Anoush Khojikian, (6) Chelsea Wolfe, (5) Azita Sayadi, (4) Christa Czer, (3) Merethe Hansen, (2) Kelsey Wyatt-Mair, (bow) Jennifer Monacelli, (coxswain) Lauren Leibovitch

Lake Monticello, Va. April 15, 2011 Varsity Eight

N4 - (stroke) Azita Sayadi, (3) Merethe Hansen, (2) Kelsey WyattMair, (bow) Davi Schmidt, (coxswain) Eugenia Lin

California......................................... ..................................8:14.00 Saint Mary’s..................................... .................................8:22.40 UCLA............................................... ....................................8:37.10

O4 - (stroke) Jennifer Monacelli, (3) Meguire Broersma, (2) Anoush Khojikian, (bow) Chelsea Wolfe, (coxswain) Mia Hamano

V4 - unavailable

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California.............................................. ...................................43.5 Stanford................................................... ...................................34 USC...................................................... ......................................30.5 Washington........................................... .................................25.5 Washington State....................................................................24 UCLA.................................................... .....................................14.5 Oregon State.............................................................................10

Lineups V8 - (stroke) Britta Syverson, (7) Rachel LaBella (6) Nicole Sung-Jereczek, (5) Kat Lauer, (4) Mariko Snyder, (3) Anastasia Alexander, (2) Kirstin Snook, (bow) Deanna Wong, (coxswain) Alaizah Koorji 2V8 - (stroke) Carolina Paini, (7) Hillary Caldwell, (6) Alexandra Farafontoff, (5) Erica Lockard, (4) Katherine Hurska, (3) Emily McLaughlin, (2)Caroline Curson, (bow) Erin Wenzel, (coxswain) Ariel Handler V4 - (stroke) Alexis McPhee, (3) Tamar Schaap, (2) Tanya Smith, (bow) Amanda Fox, (coxswain) Mia Hamano N8 - (stroke) Victoria Babson, (7) Natalie Pettee, (6) Chelsey Romeril, (5) Taylor Veit, (4) Jamie Swan, (3) Sandra Atuegbu (2) Samantha Upton, (bow) Audrey Calandra, (coxswain) Alexandra Scullion

AWARDS AND HONORS CRCA National Scholar-Athletes 2011 2010

2009

2008 2007

Alaizah Koorji Emily McLaughlin Tanya Smith Lynn Hancock Alaizah Koorji Anna Musky-Goldwyn Christina Sprouse Taylor Vella Kristin Fitzmorris Lynn Hancock Alaizah Koorji Megan Lightfoot Christina Sprouse Lynn Hancock Christina King Elizabeth Lee Leah Wachtel

2006 2005

2004

2003

2002

CRCA All-West Region 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

All-Pac-12 Conference Selections Elizabeth Lee Kristin Bixel Monica Grova Elizabeth Lee Emina Ong Jessica Rogers Kristin Bixel Irene Condella Monica Grova Emina Ong Jessica Rogers Irene Condella Monica Grova Emina Ong Jessica Rogers Irene Condella Katrina Craig Jamila Hammad Heather McCluskey

Britta Syverson (first team) Alexandra Bolt (first team) Alaizah Koorji (first team) Britta Syverson (second team) Vanessa Teff (first team) Vanessa Teff (second team) Vanessa Teff (first team) Lynn Hancock (second team) Vanessa Teff (first team) Kristin Bixel (first team) Liz Pallas-Jacobs (second team) Monica Grova (first team) Brooke Jordan (second team) Irene Condella (second team)

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1996 1994

2011

2010

2009 2008

Monica Grova (second team)

POCOCK All-America Selections 2010 2008 2007 2006 2005

Alexandra Bolt (first team) Britta Syverson (second team) Vanessa Teff (second team) Vanessa Teff (first team) Vanessa Teff (second team) Kristin Bixel (first team)

2007

UCLA Team Captains (2002-present) 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Alaizah Koorji, Rachel LaBella Kaitlin Doering, Alaizah Koorji, Kristin Fitzmorris Vanessa Teff, Canadace Ferguson, Megan Lightfoot Vanessa Teff, Patricia Dudziec, Elizabeth Herron Erin Rice, Leah Wachtel Jessica Holt, Liz Pallas-Jacobs, Erin Rice Kristin Bixel, Monica Grova Irene Condella, Monica Grova Irene Condella, Monica Grova Jennifer Carey-Ruiz, Aimee Chen

2006

Bruin Team Awards Most Valuable Oarswoman 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Britta Syverson Rachel LaBella Vanessa Teff Vanessa Teff Vanessa Teff Liz Pallas-Jacobs Kristin Bixel Monica Grova Brooke Jordan Irene Condella

Most Outstanding Senior 2011 2010

Rachel LaBella Kristin Fitzmorris

Most Valuable Freshman 2011 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Nicole Sung-Jereczek Anastasia Alexander Elise Wilson Lynn Hancock Vanessa Teff Erin Haggerty Elizabeth Lee Nicole Schneiderjohn Monica Grova

Most Improved 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Erin Wenzel Katherine Hruska, Jessica McGuire, Hillary Caldwell Laurel Hyatt-Miller Kristin Fitzmorris Destinie Slavich Candace Ferguson Jaclyn Roewe

1993 1991

1990

1989 1988 1987

Kathy Doubleday* Sue Charles Catriona Fallon Shea Garvin Beth Mathiowetz Leilani Johnson Kim Cromer Cathie Heacox Leslie Lewis Martha Patton Kelley Wely Leeanne Crain Kari Dunn Kari Dunn Marisa Hurtado Emily Roske

Pac-12 All-Academic Selections

CoSIDA Academic All-America 2004

Britta Syverson Alexandra Bolt Vanessa Teff Vanessa Teff Vanessa Teff Vanessa Teff Kristin Bixel Monica Grova Brooke Jordan Irene Condella Nell Shuttleworth* Sophie Minter* Bobbie Seminoff* Sally Scovel* Heather Brown*

2004 2003 2002

Alaizah Koorji (first team) Emily McLaughlin (first team) Caroline Curson (HM) Katherine Hruska (HM) Ariel Handler (HM) Mia Hamano (HM) Tamar Schaap (HM) Mariko Snyder (HM) Lynn Hancock (first team) Alaizah Koorji (first team) Christina Sprouse (first team) Anna Musky-Goldwyn (second team) Kristin Fitzmorris (HM) Lynn Hancock (first team) Alaizah Koorji (first team) Christina Sprouse (first team) Erin Haggerty (second team) Lynn Hancock (first team) Christina King (first team) Megan Lightfoot (second team) Megan Petitti (first team) Danielle Piccinini (second team) Desteinie Slavich (second team) Christina Sprouse (first team) Maida Habibovic (HM) Erin Haggerty (second team) Vanessa Jansen (HM) Elizabeth Lee (first team) Megan McQuown (first team) Brittany Merchant (second team) Erin Rice (first team) Lynette Thompson (HM) Leah Wachtel (first team) Jennifer Weber (first team) Lora Batina (second team) Clara Cartwright (second team) Erin Haggerty (HM) Elizabeth Lee (first team) Sarah Lombardo (first team) Megan McQuown (second team) Brittany Merchant (second team) Liz Pallas-Jacobs (second team) Lauren Hamann Christianne Bengard Katie Larivey

Most Inspirational 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

2003

2002

2001 2000 1999 1997 1994 1993

* Selections when UCLA women’s rowing was under club status.

2006 2005 2004

Erin Haggerty Erin Haggerty Elizabeth Felter (varsity) Jessica Fritz (novice) Elizabeth Felter Kathy Kennedy

Bruin Boat Mover UCLA yellow jerseys are awarded at the end of the season to the varsity and novice point leaders of Friday mixed racing.

Returner 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Alaizah Koorji Lynn Hancock Lynn Hancock Christina Sprouse Christina King Sarah Lombardo Jessica Rogers Kristin Bixel Emina Ong Katrina Craig

Katrina Darracq, Sheerin Salimi Erin Haggerty Alexis Kalionzes, Vanessa Teff Monica Grova Kristin Bixel Irene Condella Kristina Tritsch

Newcomer 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

Turkey Triathalon 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

2004

2003 2002

Jessica McGuire Alexandra Bolt Shizue Reid Danielle Piccinini Jessica Fritz Lora Batina Jessica Holt Leah Wachtel Irene Condella Dawn Regan

Bruin Scholar-Athlete 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

2005

Erin Rice (second team) Leah Wachtel (second team) Kristin Bixel (first team) Monica Grova (first team) Jessica Holt (second team) Elizabeth Lee (second team) Emina Ong (first team) Liz Pallas-Jacobs (second team) Erin Rice (HM) Jessica Rogers (first team) Melanie Salter (HM) Leah Wachtel (second team) Kristin Bixel (first team) Irene Condella (first team) Monica Grova (first team) Emina Ong (first team) Liz Pallas-Jacobs (second team) Jessica Rogers (first team) Irene Condella (first team) Elizabeth Felter (second team) Monica Grova (first team) Brooke Jordan (second team) Emina Ong (first team) Jessica Rogers (second team) Jennifer Carey-Ruiz (HM) Irene Condella Katrina Craig Jamila Hammad Kate Harbour (HM) Stefanie Kostich Heather McCluskey (HM) Aimee Chen Mitra Tabidian Lindsay Berk* (first team) Vivian Bianchi* (first team) Christina Coll* (second team) Aimee Chen* Sabrina Fox* Heather Brown* Kathy Doubleday*

Molly Dallmar Brianna Hernandez Katja Wanberg Alexandra Banis Heather Torneo Christina Pelham, Nicole Schneiderjohn

Bruin Coxswain Award

Jessica McGuire Megan Danley Vanessa Teff Vanessa Teff Erin Haggerty

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

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Alaizah Koorji Kirsten Potenza Megan McQuown Emina Ong Emina Ong

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS —A— Adams, Michelle......................................................2002 Agee, Laurel ....................................................... 1979-80 Akol, Piper .......................................................... 2009-10 Alexander, Anastasia ...................................... 2009-11 Antunes, Christine ..................................................2008 Austin, Melanie........................................................1981 Atuegbu, Sandra .....................................................2011 Ayres, Ashley ............................................................1991

—B— Babson, Victoria.......................................................2011 Baker, Kelli .................................................................2002 Baker, Lisa ........................................................... 1982-84 Banis, Alexandra......................................................2005 Barnard, Jennifer .............................................. 2009-10 Basilio, Nadia ..................................................... 2009-10 Batina, Lora ............................................ 2003-04, 2006 Baxter, Hali ................................................................2008 Beatty, Heather........................................................1989 Beatty, Michelle .......................................................2003 Bengard, Christianne.............................................2003 Bixel, Kristin ....................................................... 2003-05 Blakistone, Kathleen ..............................................1981 Blosser, Bailey.................................................... 2005-06 Boero, Anna ..............................................................2007 Bolt, Alexandra ........................................................2010 Bonnaud, Lauren ....................................................2009 Bower, Carol....................................................... 1978-79 Boyer, Jennifer .........................................................2003 Branger, Christina ............................................ 1983-85 Briedenthal, Victoria ..............................................2010 Briggs, Christina ......................................................2004 Briggs, Tara ................................................................2010 Broersma, Meguire.......................................... 2010-11 Brown, Dawn ............................................................1991 Bunten, Janette .......................................................1988 Burke, Charlotte ......................................................2007 Burnette, Nancy ............................................... 1978-81 Bushnell, Cathy ................................................. 1979-82 Buzawa, Jessica .......................................................2007

—C— Calandra, Audrey ....................................................2011 Caldwell, Hillary................................................ 2010-11 Carey-Ruiz, Jennifer ...............................................2002 Carr, Meleana ...........................................................2006 Cartwright, Clara.............................................. 2005-06 Chavez, Miro ...................................................... 1988-91 Chen, Aimee .............................................................2002 Cherry, Jessica..........................................................2008 Chou, Leslie...............................................................2009 Clarke, Carole ...........................................................1981 Clements, Winifred .......................................... 1983-86 Combs, Arianna .......................................................2003 Condella, Irene ................................................. 2002-04 Conrad, Jasmine......................................................2010 Conrad, Patricia .......................................................1979 Coon, Susan ....................................................... 1974-77 Cornwell, Renee ............................................... 2007-08 Costello, Karen .................................................. 1984-85 Counter, Lauren................................................ 2007-10 Cox, Kayla ..................................................................2010 Craig, Katrina ............................................................2002 Cromer, Kimberly ............................................. 1988-90 Crowley, Emily .........................................................2010 Curson, Caroline............................................... 2008-11 Czer, Christa ....................................................... 2010-11 Czisny, Caitlyn ..........................................................2007

—D— Dallmar, Molly ..........................................................2008 Danley, Megan.................................................. 2009-10 Darracq, Katrina ............................................... 2008-09 Dalton, Jennifer ................................................ 1987-88 De Los Santos, Evelyn ...........................................2006 Dean, April ......................................................... 1977-80 Denyes, Nancy .................................................. 1986-87 Dickson, Christine...................................................2008 Doering, Kaitlin ................................................ 2007-10 Dolan, Mindy ............................................................2002 Doyle, Jean......................................................... 1989-92 Dreihouse, Nancy ............................................ 1984-85 Drummond, Leah ............................................ 2010-11 Duclett, Stephanie .................................................2008 Dudziec, Patricia .............................................. 2005-08 Dunn, Kari........................................................... 1985-88 Durham, Marisa .......................................................2007

—E— Ellis, Jacqueline .......................................................2008 Erlanger, Lisa ..................................................... 2009-10 Evans, Gigi .................................................................1980

—F— Fallon, Catriona ................................................ 1989-91 Farafontoff, Alexa............................................. 2010-11 Farkas, Lori ................................................................1986 Feather, Becky ................................................... 1985-86 Felter, Elizabeth ................................................ 2002-05 Ferguson, Candace ......................................... 2006-09 Ferretti, Laura ...........................................................2006 Fiacco, Christine ............................................... 2007-08 Fimpler, Julie ..................................................... 1980-83 Fiornero, Diana ........................................................1986

Fitzmorris, Kristin ............................................. 2007-10 Flanagan, Sheila ......................................................1983 Flynn, Brenda ...........................................................1981 Forster, Katherine ...................................................2008 Fox, Amanda ............................................................2011 Fritz, Jessica ....................................................... 2004-07 Frye, Barbara...................................................... 1985-87 Fujisaki, Carin .................................................... 1978-81

—G— Gallagher, Tessa ................................................ 2009-10 Gamon, Lynne .................................................. 1988-90 Garcia, Rebecca .......................................................1982 Garnett, Laura ..........................................................2006 Garvin, Shea ...................................................... 1988-91 Gazzaniga, Suzanne........................................ 1983-86 Geddes, Jean ............................................................2004 Gee, Dolly ........................................................... 1979-81 Ghoneim, Shadia ....................................................2005 Gibson, Emily ...........................................................2005 Gillis, Victoria ............................................................2002 Grajewski, Erin .........................................................2009 Graves, Alison.................................................... 1981-84 Graves, Tia .......................................................... 1979-81 Grova, Monica ................................................... 2002-05 Guess Cassie .............................................................2002 Guest, Debbie ..........................................................1975 Guest, Valerie ...........................................................1986 Guzik, Ashley ............................................................2007

—H— Habibovic, Maida ............................................. 2005-07 Haggerty, Erin ................................................... 2005-08 Hamann, Lauren .............................................. 2002-05 Hamano, Mia ..................................................... 2010-11 Hammad, Jamila .....................................................2002 Hancock, Lynn .................................................. 2007-10 Handler, Ariel..................................................... 2009-11 Hansen, Merethe ....................................................2011 Haravancik, Monica ...............................................2010 Harbour, Kate ...........................................................2002 Hargis, Cherie ...........................................................1974 Harmon, Lexi ............................................................2004 Hartley, Sarah ...........................................................1980 Hartong, Hailey .......................................................2004 Havilland, Catherine ....................................... 1979-81 Heacox, Cathie .................................................. 1986-90 Heath, Carissa ..........................................................2009 Hemingway, Bree............................................. 2006-07 Henderson, Erin.......................................................2002 Henrichsen, Kristen ................................................1982 Hernandez, Briana ..................................................2007 Hernandez, Theresa ........................................ 1985-86 Herron, Elizabeth ............................................. 2005-08 Hicks, Kelsey ...................................................... 2002-05 Hodel, Ellen ...............................................................1983 Holasek, Beth ...........................................................1980 Holt, Jessica ....................................................... 2004-06 Hong, Melissa...........................................................2008 Hortig, Anthea .........................................................1983 Howard, Alexandra ......................................... 2006-09 Hruska, Katherine ............................................ 2010-11 Hubbard, Antonia ...................................................2008 Hubble, Elise .............................................................2006 Hurban, Lindsey ......................................................2003 Hyatt-Miller, Laurel.......................................... 2009-10

—J— Jansen, Dalynn ........................................................1977 Jansen, Jennica........................................................2007 Jansen, Vanessa ................................................ 2006-08 Jenkins, Heidi ...........................................................1981 Jensen, Suzanne .....................................................1986 Johnson, Carolyn ....................................................2008 Johnson, Leilani ............................................... 1989-90 Jones, Tara .......................................................... 1988-90 Jordan, Brooke.................................................. 2002-03

—K— Kalionzes, Alexis ............................................... 2004-07 Kane, Maureen.........................................................1986 Kaso, Victoria ..................................................... 2006-07 Keeton, Dana............................................................1976 Keliher, Betsy ..................................................... 1974-75 Keller, Erica ................................................................2010 Kelley, Melissa ................................................... 2002-03 Kennedy, Kathy .......................................................2002 Khojikian, Anoush ........................................... 2010-11 Kilduff, Kerry .............................................................2006 Kim, Romina .............................................................2003 King, Christina................................................... 2007-08 King, Lauren....................................................... 2009-10 King, Stephanie .......................................................2007 King, Sylvia ......................................................... 1989-91 Koorji, Alaizah ................................................... 2008-11 Koscher, Kellie ..........................................................2007 Kostich, Stefanie .....................................................2002 Kovtum, Karolyn .....................................................1977 Kroyer, Tracy ...................................................... 1975-76 Kuo, Audrey ....................................................... 2005-06

—L— LaBella, Rachel .................................................. 2008-11 Larivey, Katie ..................................................... 2002-04 Larson, Wendy .................................................. 1979-82 Lasky, Beth ......................................................... 1982-85

Lauer, Kat ...................................................................2011 Laufer, Deena ...........................................................1982 Lauren, Alexandra ........................................... 2007-08 Lawrence, Brianna ..................................................2010 Lee, Elizabeth .................................................... 2004-07 Lee, Tamlyn ...............................................................2009 Leibovitch, Lauren..................................................2011 LeVine, Julia ....................................................... 1984-85 Lewis, Leslie ....................................................... 1988-90 Lien, Elissa .......................................................... 1988-89 Lightfoot, Megan ............................................. 2006-09 Liljeqvist, Brittany ............................................ 2007-08 Lin, Eugenia ..............................................................2011 Lincoln, Elizabeth ............................................ 1978-80 Lindel, Anna..............................................................2004 Linden, Marissa........................................................2007 Linn, Holly .......................................................... 1989-91 Lochner, Sheri ................................................... 1981-83 Lockard, Erica .................................................... 2010-11 Lombardo, Sarah ............................................. 2005-06 Lopez, Stephanie ....................................................2009 Lorman, Lauren .......................................................2004 Loss, Michelle ...........................................................2006 Lynne, Jenifer ...........................................................1983 Lyon, Maredith.........................................................1977

—M— Maino, Cassie ...........................................................2004 Mais, Susie .................................................................1984 Manske, Cheyenne .................................................2009 Marksbury, Brittanee ...................................... 2008-09 Martz, Kelly ...............................................................1985 May, Lauren ..............................................................2003 McCarty, Susie .................................................. 1976-77 McCleery, Jennifer ........................................... 1979-81 McCluskey, Heather ........................................ 2002-03 McColloch, Karen............................................. 1981-82 McGuire, Jessica ............................................... 2010-11 McGuire, Shawn ......................................................2009 McLaughlin, Emily ........................................... 2010-11 McPhee, Alexis.................................................. 2010-11 McQuown, Megan........................................... 2004-07 Melzer, Samantha ...................................................2007 Merchant, Brittany .......................................... 2004-07 Meredith, Jessica ....................................................2004 Miller, Lila...................................................................2007 Miller, Sarah ..............................................................2005 Moeser, Ariana .................................................. 2008-09 Monacelli, Jennifer .......................................... 2010-11 Mondorf, Anneliese ...............................................2008 Moore, Kirsten .........................................................2004 Moore, Louise ................................................... 1975-76 Morgan, Tanya .................................................. 1982-83 Morimoto, Sara ........................................................1991 Mouroy, Erin .............................................................1977 Munn, Alicia ..............................................................1978 Murphy, Delight ......................................................1978 Musky-Goldwyn, Anna .................................. 2009-10

—N— Nelson, Julie ...................................................... 1979-82 Niswonger, Ali ..........................................................2009 Noroña, Mina .................................................... 1983-85

—O— O’Brien, Hannah ......................................................2009 O’Leary, Sarah ..........................................................2008 Ong, Emina ........................................................ 2002-05

—P— Packer, Shannon............................................... 2003-04 Paini, Carolina ..........................................................2011 Palchlkoff, Jan ................................................... 1974-75 Palchlkoff, Kim .................................................. 1974-76 Pallas-Jacobs, Liz .............................................. 2003-06 Panayides, Andrea ..................................................2009 Pangacian, Megan..................................................2003 Patton, Jennifer .......................................................2008 Pasion, Mattison......................................................2005 Pealman, Karen................................................. 1981-83 Pender-Healy, Larisa ....................................... 2006-07 Perez, Raquel ............................................................1989 Perkins, Jennifer ......................................................2007 Pettee, Natalie..........................................................2011 Petitti, Megan.................................................... 2007-08 Piccinini, Danielle ............................................ 2007-08 Picken, Dee ........................................................ 1974-77 Picken, Miranda................................................ 1977-78 Pickett, Kathryn .......................................................2009 Pollock, Lindsay................................................ 2009-10 Potenza, Kirsten ............................................... 2004-07 Potthoff, Dana..........................................................2003 Potthoff, Michelle ...................................................2003 Pratt, Megan .............................................................2008 Propper, Francesca .................................................2007

—R— Racen, Leah...............................................................2003 Ralsewitz, Shauna............................................ 1987-88 Rangel, Kristen.................................................. 1988-90 Rattray, Alana ...........................................................2002 Ravetti, Regina .........................................................1989 Regan, Dawn ..................................................... 2002-04 Reddy, Jaya ...............................................................2010 Reid, Shizue ....................................................... 2008-09 Reilly, Jean .......................................................... 1977-78

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Reischman, Alexandria .........................................2003 Renee, Pamela .................................................. 1976-77 Reyes, Margarita............................................... 1988-90 Rice, Erin ............................................................. 2004-07 Rickard, Jan ........................................................ 1976-77 Robbins, Samantha ................................................2009 Robinson, Hayley ........................................2007, 2009 Roby, Erika.................................................................2005 Rodriguez, Valerie............................................ 2002-03 Roewe, Jaclyn.................................................... 2005-06 Rogers, Jessica .................................................. 2002-05 Romeril, Chelcey .....................................................2011 Roske, Emily .....................................1984-85, 1987-88

—S— Sakkis, Lillian ............................................................2007 Salassa, Tiare.............................................................2002 Salcedo, Leticia ................................................. 1988-90 Salimi, Sheerin .................................................. 2006-09 Salonites, Carlene ............................................ 1982-85 Salter, Melanie .................................................. 2003-05 Sayadi, Azita .............................................................2011 Schauerman, Catherine................................. 1979-81 Schaap, Tamar ................................................... 2010-11 Schier, Anne..................................................2007, 2010 Schmidt, Davi ...........................................................2011 Schneiderjohn, Nicole ..........................................2003 Scullion, Alexandra ................................................2011 Seferaj, Gevrina ................................................ 2007-09 Seidel, Christine ......................................................2007 Shinoda, Lilian .................................................. 1982-85 Skelton, Emma.........................................................2009 Slavich, Destinie ............................................... 2007-09 Smith, Monica ................................................... 1974-75 Smith, Olivia .............................................................2011 Smith, Rae .......................................................... 1977-79 Smith, Tanya .............................................................2011 Snook, Kirstin .................................................... 2010-11 Snyder, Mariko .................................................. 2010-11 Sobrado, Melanie....................................................1991 Soloman, Valerie .............................................. 1979-80 Sowell, Jennifer ................................................ 1977-79 Sprouse, Christina ........................................... 2007-10 Standefer, Whitney.......................................... 2007-08 Stephenson, Elizabeth ..........................................2006 Stitt, Jackie ................................................................1977 Suares, Chanel .........................................................2006 Sung-Jereczek, Nicole ...........................................2011 Swan, Jamie ..............................................................2011 Syverson, Britta ................................................ 2010-11

—T— Tam, Angie ................................................................2002 Teff, Vanessa ...................................................... 2006-09 Thigpen, Bethany ...................................................2006 Thomas, Lucy ...........................................................2010 Thompson, Lynette................................................2007 Tritsch, Kristina ................................................. 2002-04 Truong, Jennifer ......................................................2006

—U— Underdahl, Jennifer ........................................ 1989-91 Upton, Samantha ...................................................2011

—V— Van Voorhis, Dana ..................................................2008 VanLeuven, Linda ...................................................1985 Vaughan, Katherine ...............................................2005 Veit, Taylor .................................................................2011 Vella, Taylor ........................................................ 2009-10 Vicas, Claudia .................................................... 1982-85 Virk, Katie...................................................................2006 Vo, Anya

—W— Wachtel, Emily .................................................. 2006-07 Wachtel, Leah .................................................... 2004-07 Wagner, Reilly ..........................................................2008 Waller, Leah...............................................................2003 Walsh, Teressa ................................................... 1982-85 Wanberg, Anja .........................................................2003 Wanberg, Katja ........................................................2006 Wandzura, Shelley ........................................... 1975-76 Weatherwax, Kaylee ..............................................2011 Weber, Jennifer................................................. 2006-07 Weidemann, Natasha ............................................2010 Wells, Lyndsey..........................................................2002 Wenzel, Erin ..............................................................2011 Wessling, Cheryl ......................................................1978 Whitescarver, Laura ........................................ 1981-83 Wilson, Elise ..............................................................2008 Winston, Cathy ................................................. 1990-91 Wolfe, Chelsea .................................................. 2010-11 Wollman, Debbie ....................................................1976 Woodruff, Kate.........................................................2002 Woodward, Sabina .................................................2010 Wright, Helen .................................................... 1977-78 Wyatt-Mair, Kelsey ..................................................2011

—Y— Yuen, Carleen ...........................................................1991 ** Only includes letterwinners from 1974-91 and from 2002-present (the years UCLA sponsored the sport of women’s rowing).

PAC-12 HISTORY 1987 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Washington ......................................................................6:50.79 UCLA ...................................................................................7:09.30 Stanford .............................................................................7:11.57 California ...........................................................................7:17.70 Washington State...........................................................7:25.23

1988 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Washington ......................................................................7:00.00 California ...........................................................................7:13.00 UCLA ...................................................................................7:15.00 Stanford .............................................................................7:26.00 USC ......................................................................................7:31.00

1989 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Washington ......................................................................6:45.00 Stanford .............................................................................6:48.00 UCLA ...................................................................................6:49.00 California ...........................................................................6:53.00 USC ......................................................................................7:16.00

1990 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight – Pac-10 Champions 1. UCLA ...................................................................................6:54.10 2. Stanford .............................................................................6:57.60 3. California ...........................................................................6:58.00 4. Washington ......................................................................7:01.20 5. Washington State...........................................................7:22.30 6. USC* ....................................................................................7:20.80 7. Oregon State*..................................................................7:30.70 * did not compete in grand final

1991 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento Calif. Varsity Eight – Pac-10 Champions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

UCLA ...................................................................................6:54.10 California ...........................................................................6:52.70 Washington ......................................................................6:57.60 Stanford .............................................................................7:00.80 USC ......................................................................................7:11.80 Oregon State....................................................................7:16.70

2002 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight – Petite Final (places 7-12) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Loyola Marymount ........................................................7:27.40 Sacramento State ...........................................................7:29.50 UC Davis ............................................................................7:36.20 UC Santa Barbara ...........................................................7:39.90 San Diego State ..............................................................7:40.40 UCLA ...................................................................................7:40.70

2V Eight – Petite Final (places 7-12) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

USC ......................................................................................7:30.90 Sacramento State ...........................................................7:33.40 San Diego State ..............................................................7:34.60 UCLA ...................................................................................7:36.40 UC Santa Barbara ...........................................................7:44.60 Santa Clara........................................................................7:48.40

Varsity Four – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................7:46.70 Oregon State....................................................................7:52.50 Washington ......................................................................7:54.40 Stanford .............................................................................7:58.20 Washington State...........................................................8:01.50 UCLA ...................................................................................8:20.70

Novice Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Oregon State....................................................................7:12.60 Washington State...........................................................7:12.70 Washington ......................................................................7:15.90 California ...........................................................................7:17.60 UCLA ...................................................................................7:28.90 San Diego State ..............................................................7:38.20

Team Results 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Washington ...............................................................................66 California ....................................................................................58 Oregon State.............................................................................52 Washington State....................................................................51 Stanford ......................................................................................44 USC ...............................................................................................37 UCLA ............................................................................................31 Oregon ...........................................................................................4

2003 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight – Petite Final (places 7-13) 1.

UCLA ...................................................................................6:52.90

1990 Pac-10 Championship Team 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Sacramento State ...........................................................6:59.80 UC Davis ............................................................................7:00.80 Loyola Marymount ........................................................7:01.30 San Diego State ..............................................................7:07.70 Santa Clara........................................................................7:11.70 Oregon ...............................................................................7:15.70

2V Eight – Petite Final (places 7-13) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

UCLA ...................................................................................7:09.50 Sacramento State ...........................................................7:12.40 Loyola Marymount ........................................................7:14.50 San Diego State ..............................................................7:15.60 Santa Clara........................................................................7:20.30 UC Davis ............................................................................7:21.90 Oregon ...............................................................................8:01.90

Varsity Four – Petite Final (places 7-8) 1. 2.

San Diego State ..............................................................8:08.60 UCLA ...................................................................................8:10.70

Novice Eight – Grand Final – Pac-10 Champions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

UCLA ...................................................................................6:51.70 California ...........................................................................6:55.60 Washington ......................................................................6:56.40 Oregon State....................................................................6:57.20 Washington State...........................................................7:00.30 UC Davis ............................................................................7:05.20

Team Results 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Washington ...............................................................................62 California ....................................................................................60 Stanford ......................................................................................52 Washington State....................................................................52 Oregon State.............................................................................39 UCLA ............................................................................................34 USC ...............................................................................................23 Oregon ........................................................................................16

2004 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................6:43.80 Washington ......................................................................6:47.60 USC ......................................................................................6:50.60 Stanford .............................................................................6:53.10 Washington State...........................................................6:56.10 UCLA ...................................................................................7:08.10

Second Varsity Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................6:48.40 Washington State...........................................................6:50.10 Washington ......................................................................6:54.50 USC ......................................................................................7:04.90 Oregon State....................................................................7:05.90 UCLA ...................................................................................7:17.70

Varsity Four – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Washington ......................................................................7:43.70 California ...........................................................................7:51.30 Oregon State....................................................................7:53.30 Washington State...........................................................7:59.10 Stanford ...............................................................................8:05.8 USC ......................................................................................8:08.30 UCLA .........................................................................................NTT

Novice Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Washington ......................................................................6:58.70 California ...........................................................................7:01.70 Oregon State....................................................................7:03.00 Washington State...........................................................7:04.20 UCLA ...................................................................................7:11.90 USC ......................................................................................7:24.30

Team Results 1. 2.

California ....................................................................................69 Washington ...............................................................................62

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3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Washington State....................................................................50 USC ...............................................................................................48 Oregon State.............................................................................40 Stanford ......................................................................................35 UCLA ............................................................................................31 Oregon ...........................................................................................4

2005 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................6:20.60 Stanford .............................................................................6:26.10 USC ......................................................................................6:26.30 Washington ......................................................................6:31.00 UCLA ...................................................................................6:32.40 Washington State...........................................................6:40.80

Second Varsity Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................6:34.50 UCLA ...................................................................................6:37.10 Washington ......................................................................6:40.60 USC ......................................................................................6:40.70 Stanford .............................................................................6:46.60 Washington State...........................................................6:51.20

Varsity Four – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

USC ......................................................................................7:12.90 Washington ......................................................................7:17.00 California ...........................................................................7:18.10 UCLA ...................................................................................7:22.30 Washington State...........................................................7:22.70 Oregon State....................................................................7:39.10

Novice Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Washington ......................................................................6:38.00 California ...........................................................................6:42.20 Oregon State....................................................................6:44.10 Washington State...........................................................6:51.10 UCLA ...................................................................................6:57.70 USC ......................................................................................7:04.10

Team Results 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

California ....................................................................................67 Washington ...............................................................................56 USC ...............................................................................................53 UCLA ............................................................................................49 Stanford ......................................................................................43 Washington State....................................................................38 Oregon State.............................................................................33 Oregon ...........................................................................................4

2006 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................6:29.00 Washington State...........................................................6:29.90 USC ......................................................................................6:30.30 Washington ......................................................................6:36.60 Stanford .............................................................................6:39.00 UCLA ...................................................................................6:43.80

Second Varsity Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................6:40.40 UCLA ...................................................................................6:42.40 Washington State...........................................................6:44.90 Washington ......................................................................6:46.80 Stanford .............................................................................6:48.50 USC ......................................................................................6:54.70

Varsity Four – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4.

California ...........................................................................7:23.40 Washington State...........................................................7:26.70 Stanford .............................................................................7:28.70 Washington ......................................................................7:30.60

PAC-12 HISTORY 5. 6.

UCLA ...................................................................................7:45.00 Oregon State....................................................................7:49.50

Novice Eight – Petite Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Washington State...........................................................6:54.00 UC Davis ............................................................................7:15.20 USC ......................................................................................7:16.80 Sonoma State ..................................................................7:19.00 UCLA ...................................................................................7:23.80

2007 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

USC ......................................................................................6:40.13 Stanford .............................................................................6:42.55 California ...........................................................................6:44.58 UCLA ...................................................................................6:48.58 Oregon State....................................................................6:50.46 Washington ......................................................................6:55.01

Second Varsity – Eight Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................6:53.04 Washington ......................................................................6:56.58 USC ......................................................................................6:58.97 UCLA ...................................................................................7:04.41 Oregon State....................................................................7:05.68 Washington State...........................................................7:11.18

Through the Years... Women’s rowing first started at UCLA in 1970 from a support group for the men’s program known as “Shell and Oar.” Three years later, in 1973, Larry Daugherty was named the first head coach of UCLA women’s rowing. The women still struggled for intercollegiate status, but they eventually won in 1974 through the determination of the athletes and the support of then ViceChancellor Norman P. Miller. In 1975, just one year after the inception of the sport into the collegiate ranks, UCLA won the National Championships in the lightweight four. In 1976, the Miller Cup Invitational was established in honor of Dr. Miller for his commitment to the program. That same year, UCLA won its first conference championship in the Pac-8, and the varsity eight won the Western Sprints Championships. Under Daugherty, the Bruins also won the NWRA Southwest Regional Championships in 1977, 1980, and 1982. In the mid 80’s, UCLA women’s rowing reappeared in the national spotlight. In 1984, under coach Jean Reilly, the Bruins

were national champions in the varsity four and lightweight four, and in 1985, they repeated as national champions in the varsity four. In the Pac-10 conference, UCLA holds two team titles from 1990 and 1991. The Bruins were the varsity four champions in 1984 and both the varsity eight and second varsity eight champions in 1990 and 1991. At the end of the 1991 season, women’s rowing was released by the UCLA Athletic Department and picked up the following year by UCLA Recreation. UCLA announced on Feb. 9, 2001 that it would once again sponsor rowing as an intercollegiate sport, active for the 2001-02 season. Now under the NCAA, UCLA women’s rowing is in its eighth season as a scholarship sport. The Bruins have regrouped under head coach Amy Fuller Kearney. She has already reestablished an alumni base and strengthened old ties and traditions, as well as introducing some new ones into the program.

Varsity Four – Petite Final 1. 2. 3.

UCLA ...................................................................................7:44.34 California ...........................................................................7:45.40 Sacramento State ...........................................................8:14.11

Novice Eight – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Gonzaga ............................................................................7:06.43 Washington ......................................................................7:11.43 UCLA ...................................................................................7:13.68 Washington State...........................................................7:24.61 Oregon State....................................................................7:27.32 USC ......................................................................................7:33.57

1979 National Championship Lightweight Four

Championship Point Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

USC ...............................................................................................69 California ....................................................................................59 Washington ...............................................................................57 UCLA ............................................................................................54 Stanford ......................................................................................50 Oregon State.............................................................................49 Washington State....................................................................38 Gonzaga .....................................................................................35

2008 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight – Petite Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

UCLA ...................................................................................6:53.30 Gonzaga ............................................................................6:55.70 Western Washington ....................................................6:58.20 UC Davis ............................................................................7:00.60 Sacramento State ...........................................................7:10.90

Second Varsity Eight – Petite Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

UCLA ...................................................................................7:03.90 Gonzaga ............................................................................7:09.10 UC Davis ............................................................................7:14.60 Sacramento State ...........................................................7:19.20 Western Washington ....................................................7:33.80

Varsity Four – Petite Final 1. 2.

UCLA ...................................................................................7:58.30 Stanford .............................................................................8:04.70

Novice Eight – Petite Final 1. 2. 3. 4.

UCLA ................................................................................................. Sacramento State ...........................................................7:33.80 Stanford .............................................................................7:40.20 USC ......................................................................................7:47.80

Championship Point Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California ....................................................................................79 Stanford ......................................................................................61 Washington State....................................................................59 Washington ...............................................................................57 Oregon State.............................................................................51 USC ...............................................................................................50 UCLA ............................................................................................35

2009 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight – Petite Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

UCLA ...................................................................................6:40.00 Gonzaga ............................................................................6:44.00 Sacramento State ...........................................................6:44.30 St. Mary’s ...........................................................................6:51.30 UC Davis ............................................................................6:56.80

Second Varsity Eight – Petite Final 1. 2. 3. 4.

Gonzaga ............................................................................6:52.90 UCLA ...................................................................................7:01.00 Sacramento State ...........................................................7:04.70 St. Mary’s ...........................................................................7:27.30

Varsity Four – Grand Final 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

California ...........................................................................7:20.00 USC ......................................................................................7:20.20 Washington ......................................................................7:28.80 Oregon State....................................................................7:29.30 Stanford .............................................................................7:32.90 UCLA ...................................................................................7:42.60

Championship Point Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

California .................................................................................70.5 Stanford ......................................................................................67 Washington ...............................................................................57 Oregon State.............................................................................55 USC ............................................................................................49.5 Washington State.................................................................37.5 UCLA ............................................................................................29 Oregon ...........................................................................................2

2010 Pac-10 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California ...........................................................................6:29.68 Stanford .............................................................................6:30.74 USC ......................................................................................6:36.56 UCLA ...................................................................................6:43.86 Washington ......................................................................6:45.73 Washington State...........................................................6:47.38 Oregon State....................................................................6:52.27

Second Varsity Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Stanford .............................................................................6:44.80 Washington ......................................................................6:48.90 California ...........................................................................6:50.60 Washington State...........................................................6:52.80 USC ......................................................................................6:59.00 UCLA ...................................................................................7:00.80 Oregon State....................................................................7:02.70

Varsity Four 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Washington ......................................................................7:28.10 California ...........................................................................7:35.00 UCLA ...................................................................................7:36.10 Stanford .............................................................................7:38.80 USC ......................................................................................7:40.30 Washington State...........................................................7:48.40 Oregon State....................................................................7:50.50

Novice Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Washington ......................................................................6:53.70 Stanford .............................................................................6:58.00 California ...........................................................................7:01.40 Oregon State....................................................................7:02.00 Washington State...........................................................7:06.20 UCLA ...................................................................................7:09.10 USC ......................................................................................7:12.10

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Championship Point Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California .................................................................................39.5 Stanford ......................................................................................39 Washington ............................................................................31.5 USC ............................................................................................24.5 UCLA ............................................................................................22 Washington State.................................................................17.5 Oregon State................................................................................8

2011 Pac-12 Championships Sacramento, Calif. Varsity Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California ...........................................................................7:02.10 Stanford .............................................................................7:02.43 USC ......................................................................................7:09.25 Washington State...........................................................7:16.82 Washington ......................................................................7:18.14 UCLA ...................................................................................7:31.92 Oregon State....................................................................7:59.00

Second Varsity Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Stanford .............................................................................6:24.50 California ...........................................................................6:32.40 USC ......................................................................................6:34.30 Washington ......................................................................6:36.20 Washington State...........................................................6:38.30 UCLA ...................................................................................6:39.80 Oregon State....................................................................6:47.50

Varsity Four 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California ...........................................................................7:14.60 Washington ......................................................................7:18.70 USC ......................................................................................7:19.20 Washington State...........................................................7:24.00 UCLA ...................................................................................7:25.20 Oregon State....................................................................7:30.70 Stanford .............................................................................7:33.40

Novice Eight 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California ...........................................................................6:52.00 Oregon State....................................................................6:58.70 Washington ......................................................................7:01.60 Washington State...........................................................7:03.90 UCLA ...................................................................................7:07.20 Stanford .............................................................................7:14.10 USC ......................................................................................7:23.60

Championship Point Standings 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

California .................................................................................43.5 Stanford ......................................................................................34 USC ............................................................................................30.5 Washington ............................................................................25.5 Washington State....................................................................24 UCLA .........................................................................................14.5 Oregon State.............................................................................10

UCLA ROWING TRADITION Elite Bruin Rowers Sally Scovel U.S. Olympic Team, 2000 Catriona Fallon U.S. Olympic Team, 1992,96 Leeanne Crain U.S. National Team, 1988,90 Marisa Hurtado U.S. Team, Lucerne Regatta, 1988 Cathie Heacox World University Games, 1987 Beth Lasky U.S. Men’s Junior Team coach, 1989 Kelly Salonites U.S. Women’s Junior Team coach, 1989 Wendy Larson U.S. Women’s Junior Team coach, 1989

NCAA Qualifiers Year 2005 2006 2007 2010

Event Varsity Eight Varsity Eight Varsity Eight Team (V8, 2V8, V4)

1985

1984 1990

Varsity Four Varsity Eight Second Varsity Eight Varsity Eight Second Varsity Eight Novice Eight

1991 2003

National Champions Year 1975 1984

Pac-12 Champions

Event Lightweight Four Varsity Four Lightweight Four Varsity Four

Pac-12 Coach of the Year Year 1989 1990 1991

Coach Kelly Salonites Kelly Salonites Kelly Salonites

Beth Holasek U.S. National Team, 1983,85-87 Carol Bower UCLA Hall of Fame (inducted in 2006) U.S. National Team, 1979,81-83 U.S. Olympic Team, 1980, 1984 (Gold Medalist in the Women’s Eight) U.S. Women’s Team coach 1985-88 U.S. Women’s Lightweight coach, 1989 Jan Palchikoff U.S. National Team, 1975,77-79,81 U.S. Olympic Team, 1976,80

Pac-12 Team Champions Year 1990 1991

Coach Kelly Salonites Kelly Salonites

Pac-12 Conference The Conference of Champions Built on a firm foundation of academic excellence and superior athletic performance, the Conference ushers in a new era with the additions of the University of Colorado and University of Utah, officially becoming the Pac-12 Conference on July 1, 2011. The Pac-12 rises above the rest, upholding its tradition as the “Conference of Champions” ®, claiming an incredible 180 NCAA team titles over the past two decades, including nine in 2010-11, averaging nearly nine championships per academic year. Even more impressive has been the breadth of the Pac-12’s success, with championships coming in 27 different men’s and women’s sports. The Pac-12 has led the nation in NCAA Championships in 45 of the last 51 years and finished second five times. Spanning nearly a century of outstanding athletics achievements, the Pac-12 was the first conference to reach 400 championships in 2010-11. With the inclusion of CU and UU, league teams have captured 442 NCAA titles (302 men’s, 140 women’s), outdistancing the next closest conference by nearly 200. The Conference’s reputation is further proven in the annual Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup competition, the prestigious award that honors the best overall collegiate athletics programs in the country. STANFORD continued its remarkable run and won its unprecedented 17thconsecutive Directors’ Cup in 2010-11. Six of the top 25 Division I programs were Pac-12 member institutions: No. 1 STANFORD, No. 3 CALIFORNIA, No. 11 UCLA, No. 14 USC, No. 16 ARIZONA and No. 21 WASHINGTON. With two teams in the top five, it was the most of any conference. The 2010-11 campaign was marked by the 25-year anniversary of women’s sports in the Pac-10, with year-long focus on the milestone. And after commissioner Larry Scott made history

at the end of his first year with the announcement of the expansion of the Conference to include the University of Colorado and the University of Utah, he put the Conference on the forefront, announcing a landmark television deal, which is set to go into affect in 2012-13, and established a Pac-12 Football Championship game in 2011. In 2010-11, the then-Pac-10 led the country with nine NCAA titles, with men’s and women’s programs sharing the wealth as the Conference claimed five NCAA women’s titles and four men’s crowns. Claiming titles in softball (ARIZONA STATE), women’s indoor track & field (OREGON), and women’s golf (UCLA), the Pac-10 also had runners-up in 10 NCAA Championship events: women’s volleyball (CALIFORNIA), women’s soccer (STANFORD), women’s gymnastics (UCLA), women’s rowing (STANFORD), women’s tennis (STANFORD), and women’s track & field (OREGON). It was an all-Pac-10 final in men’s and women’s water polo, as well. Overall, the Conference had 32 teams finish in the top four at 18 NCAA Championship events. Participation in the postseason was a common occurrence for the Pac-10 in 2010-11. Of the 22 sports sponsored by the Conference, 16 witnessed at least half its teams participating in NCAA or other postseason action. The men sent 66 of a possible 91 teams into the postseason (65.9 percent), while the women sent 69 of a possible 99 teams (69.7 percent). The Conference swept two men’s and women’s sports, capturing national championships in swimming & diving and water polo. CALIFORNIA took home both swimming & diving crowns. In water polo, USC was the top men’s teams and the STANFORD women were national champs. With the additions of Colorado and Utah, Pac-12 members have won 302 NCAA team championships on the men’s side,

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89 more than the next closest conference. Men’s NCAA crowns have come at a phenomenal rate for the Pac-12 - 16 basketball titles by six schools (more than any other conference), 52 tennis titles, 44 outdoor track & field crowns, and 26 baseball titles. Pac-12 members have won 25 of 42 NCAA titles in volleyball, 37 of 42 in water polo, and 22 in swimming & diving national championships. Individually, the Conference has produced an impressive number of NCAA men’s individual champions, as well, boasting 2,019 individual crowns.

MEDIA INFORMATION Press Credentials Media and photography credentials are unnecessary for UCLA home meets. For any media request prior to a meet, write, call or e-mail Mike Leary at the UCLA Sports Information Office, PO Box 24044, Los Angeles, CA 90024, (310) 206-7873. E-mail mleary@ athletics.ucla.edu. All requests should be submitted at least 24 hours in advance.

Photography During competition, video and still photographers may only shoot from the bike path. The dock or launch areas may not be obstructed. Contact the sports information office at (310) 206-7870 for special arrangements.

Interview Policies All interviews must be arranged through the sports information office. Please do not expect rowers to be available if you have not made prior arrangements.

Interview Availability The UCLA team is scheduled to practice in the morning at the boathouse in Marina del Rey. Players and coaches are available after practice. Arrangements for facility access must be made in advance through the sports information office. The best time to reach Coach Fuller Kearney is late morning/early afternoon.

Travel Information For security purposes, the UCLA Sports Information Office does not release to the general public any travel information for UCLA athletic teams. If you would like to reach a member of the UCLA rowing team on the road, please contact the Sports Information Office.

UCLA Boathouse The UCLA Boathouse is located off-campus in Marina del Rey, Calif. From campus, take the San Diego Freeway (405 South) to the Marina del Rey Freeway (90 West) until the freeway ends. Make a left on “Mindanao”, a left on “Lincoln Blvd”, and a right on “Fiji Way”. The Aquatic Center is located at the end of Fiji Way, behind the Villa Venetia Apartment Complex. The phone number at the facility is (310) 823-0048.

UCLA’s Primary Media Outlets Newspapers Los Angeles Times 202 West First St. Los Angeles, CA 90053 (P): 213-237-7145 (F): 213-237-7876 sports.latimes.com Orange County Register 625 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92711 (P): 714-796-7817 (F): 714-565-6765 ocregister.com Los Angeles Daily News P.O. Box 4200 Woodland Hills, CA 91365 (P): 818-713-3600 (F): 818-713-3436 dailynews.com Riverside Press Enterprise 3540 14th St. Riverside, CA 92501 (P): 951-368-9533 (F): 951-368-9029 pe.com

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National Media Associated Press 221 So. Figueroa, S 300 Los Angeles, CA 90012 (P): 213-626-1200 (F): 213-346-0200 ap.org USA Today 10866 Wilshire #406 Los Angeles, CA 90024 (P): 310-882-2400 (F): 310-882-1901 usatoday.com

Television KCBS (Ch. 2)/KCAL (Ch. 9) 4200 Radford Ave. Studio City, CA 91604 (P): 818-655-2400 NBC4 (Ch. 4) 3000 W. Alameda Ave. Burbank, CA 91523 (P): 818-840-4237 (F): 818-840-3076 KTLA (Ch. 5) 5800 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028 (P): 323-460-5907 (F): 323-460-5333

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KABC (Ch. 7) 500 Circle Seven Dr. Glendale, CA 91201 (P): 818-863-7677 (F): 818-863-7889 KTTV (Ch. 11)/KTTV (Ch. 13) 1999 S. Bundy Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90025 (P): 310-584-2030 (F): 310-584-2450 Fox Sports Net West 1100 S. Flower St., Suite 2200 Los Angeles, CA 90015 (P): 213-743-7800 (P): 213-763-4633 ESPN ESPN Plaza Bristol, CT 06010 (P): 860-766-2000 CBS College Sports Chelsea Piers, Pier 62 New York, NY 10011 (P): 212-342-8760

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UCLA ATHLETICS WOODEN ATHLETIC FUND The UCLA Athletics Campaign has endowed 208 of the 282 NCAA allowable athletic grants-in-aid. UCLA Athletics expresses its sincere gratitude to the individuals listed for their support in the continuing effort to distinguish UCLA as the nation’s premier academic and athletics institution.

Tax-deductible gifts to the UCLA Athletic Fund play a pivotal role in meeting the escalating costs of team travel, recruiting, equipment replacement and, most importantly, in providing athletic scholarships. Now more than ever, private support is necessary if UCLA is to maintain its position as the best athletic program in the country. Your help is truly needed and greatly appreciated.

An endowment generates income to the University in perpetuity. By investing the gift principal and using just the interest earned to help meet the cost of a grant-inaid assures the Athletic Department of ongoing funds to maintain the quality and diversity of its program.

To encourage private support of our program, the best football and basketball tickets are allocated to our most generous donors. Members of the Wooden Athletic Fund receive priority in the assignment of tickets for home contests in the Rose Bowl and in Pauley Pavilion in accordance with the UCLA Priority Seating Policy. In many cases, special reserved parking is also available for our donors.

Currently, UCLA provides financial assistance to over 650 student-athletes participating in 22 intercollegiate sports. However, expenses such as the cost of tuition for student-athletes have increased dramatically in the last several years while department revenues have remained relatively stable.

Any questions regarding the Wooden Athletic Fund or the benefits members receive, should be directed toward UCLA’s Athletic Development Office at (310) 206-3302.

BRUIN VARSITY CLUB The mission of the Bruin Varsity Club is to connect the UCLA family of alumni athletes to the University and enhance their relationships with the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. We seek to uphold the tradition and legacy of UCLA Athletics through a united and engaged alumni community and to establish a culture of philanthropy and participation. Whether your collegiate athletic career ended last season or 60 years ago, whether you live in California or on the other side of the country, you are forever connected to the champions that are UCLA. Members who pay their annual dues will receive the following Bruin Varsity Club PREMIER benefits and club card: Complimentary invitation to the annual Bruin Varsity Club Homecoming Tailgate Party and other sponsored events. One free admission to ALL regularly-scheduled UCLA home football games in a priority seating area. The option to purchase up to three additionally priority season tickets normally offered exclusively to donors in the blue section. One annual Olympic Sport Card Passes* Bowl Game Ticket Purchasing Opportunities Exclusive Bruin Varsity Club annual gift Invitation to sport specific reunions, receptions and other special events Ticket purchasing opportunities for otherwise limited UCLA sporting events Menotring and networking opportunities with other fellow Bruin Varsity Club members and current student athletes Subscription to the Bruin Blue, a monthly UCLA athletics newsletter *Excludes admission to men’s basketball, NCAA Championships and/or special events.

For more information please contact the Director of the Bruin Varsity Club at 310-206-4458 or via email at ccosso@athletics.ucla.edu

2012 UCLA Summer Rowing Camps Marina del Rey, Calif. Rowing Day Camp Boys & Girls, Ages 13-18 July 23-26 Rowing Overnight Camp Girls, Ages 13-18 July 29-August 1

Contact: UCLA Sports Camps Office Phone: (310) 206-3550 E-mail: camps@athletics.ucla.edu Web Site: uclasportscamps.com Coaches:

Amy Fuller Kearney Luke Cunningham Justin Price

The UCLA Athletic Department wishes to express its gratitude to the Louise & Tom Jones Family and William, Christy and Stephanie Neidig for making the UCLA endowed women’s rowing scholarships a reality: For information on how you can endow a scholarship, call the UCLA Athletic Fund Office at (310) 206-6533.

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UCLA ATHLETICS Dr. Gene Block became chancellor of UCLA in August 2007. As chief executive officer, he oversees all aspects of the university’s three-part mission of education, research and service.

GENE

BLOCK

A champion of public universities, Chancellor Block has set four major priorities for UCLA during his administration: academic excellence, diversity, civic engagement and financial security. He has called for UCLA to deepen its engagement with the Los Angeles region and to increase access for students from underrepresented populations. Chancellor Block holds UCLA faculty appointments in psychiatry and bio-behavioral sciences in the David Geffen School of Medicine and in physiological science in the College of Letters and Science. He also heads a research laboratory on campus that is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

CHANCELLOR • 5th Year Alma Mater: Stanford ’70 Chancellor Block and his wife, Carol, have two adult children. The Blocks are avid Bruin fans and attend the competitions of various Bruin athletic programs.

Previously, he served as vice president and provost of the University of Virginia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Stanford University and a master’s and Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Oregon. In Guerrero’s nine years as Athletic Director, he has clearly established a pattern of “image and substance” that few in his profession can match. UCLA stands as the No. 1 University in the nation for NCAA team championships (108) won, a number that continues to grow under his direction. In those nine years, UCLA teams have won 22 NCAA team titles (the highest total in the nation in that span) in 12 different sports, finished second 18 times and have had an additional 35 Top Five finishes (73 total). A staggering 176 teams (of 213 possible) have qualified for NCAA post-season competition and the football team has appeared in eight bowl games. The program has also won 47 conference championships in 15 different sports, produced over 460 AllAmericans and featured four Honda Award winners, including the 2003-04 Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year. Furthermore, during the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing,China, 39 Bruins participated as athletes or coaches, representing the United States and nine other nations. They won 15 medals, including four gold. In the last nine years, UCLA has fi nished second three times (2007-08, 200607 and 2005-06), third twice (2004-05 and 2003-04), fourth (2009-10), sixth (2002-03), 11th (2010-11) and 16th (2008-09) in the race for the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. This past year in NCAA competition, UCLA won its 107th and 108th NCAA titles

DAN

GUERRERO Alma Mater: UCLA ’74 in women’s golf and women’s volleyball, placed second in women’s gymnastics and men’s water polo, third in women’s water polo, women’s tennis (tied) and men’s soccer (tied), fifth (tied) in men’s golf, ninth (tied) in men’s tennis and women’s soccer, 17th (tied) in men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, softball and women’s soccer and 20th in women’s swimming. Guerrero came to UCLA in 2002 from UC Irvine, where he had served as UCI’s fifth Director of Athletics for 10 years. Prior to arriving at UC Irvine, he was the Athletic Director for fi ve years at Cal State Dominguez Hills (1988-92). He received his Bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1974 and played second base in the Bruin baseball program for four years. Guerrero, born on November 10, 1951 in Tucson, AZ, was raised in Wilmington, CA. He is married to the former Anne Marie Aniello and they have two grown daughters: Jenna and Katie.

Senior associate athletic director Bob Field has served as a member of UCLA’s athletic administration since January 2001.

BOB

Field oversees men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s track and field and women’s rowing and serves as an aide to Dan Guerrero in all football matters. He also oversees housing, parking, training table, video services, agent relations and coaches’ development. Prior to his switch to administration, Field spent 22 seasons as an assistant coach with the UCLA football team. He was the assistant head coach during his final five seasons (1996-2000) and served as defensive coordinator for 16 seasons (1982-95 and 1999-2000) while tutoring outside linebackers, place kickers and defensive backs at various times in his career. Field has been at UCLA since 1978, with the exception of the 1980 football season. Over the years, he has tutored some of the top athletes in school history and crafted numerous defenses ranked in the top 20 in various categories. He began his coaching career under the legendary Bear Bryant at Alabama (1971-72) and moved to Mississippi State in 1973. During his five-year tenure at Mississippi State, Field coached the secondary and served as defensive coordinator in his final four seasons with the Bulldogs.

FIELD SR. ASSOC. ATHLETIC ATHLETIC DIRECTORDIRECTOR • 9th Year• 12th Year Alma AlmaMater: Mater:Arkansas UCLA ’74’71 Field earned a bachelor’s degree in science education at Arkansas in 1971 and was named to the All-Southwest Conference Academic Team his senior year. He was a three-year varsity letterwinner and two-year starter in the secondary. In his three varsity seasons at Arkansas, the Razorbacks went 28-5 with two Sugar Bowl appearances. Field is married to the former Valorie Kondos and has three sons – Kyle, Brian and Michael.

UCLA Women’s Rowing Support Staff

Michael Sondheimer

Don Morrison

A.D., Academic Admissions Services Faculty Athletic Representative

Pam Guglietti

Joanne Suechika

Linda Lassiter

Tina Johnson

Kyle Steve

Mike Leary

Staff Athletic Trainer

Academic Advisor

Academic Advisor

Administrative Assistant

Equipment Manager

Sports Information

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Nation’s #1 Overall College Experience 10 SIGNIFICANT REASONS TO ATTEND UCLA 1. #1 in NCAA Titles (107) 1st ever to reach the 100 title milestone; 21 NCAA Titles in the last 9 years (#1 nationally) since Dan Guerrero became UCLA Athletic Director; #1 in Olympians and Olympic Gold Medals from 1984-2008; leader in producing professional athletes; nation’s finest overall combined academic, athletic and career resources for student-athletes; the best is possible at UCLA!

2. Prestigious Academic Degree / A National Leader in Producing Top Students Ranked in the top ten among universities in most academic surveys; professional schools ranked among top five in most areas and top ten in others; #1 in the nation for undergraduate student applications every year since 1999; among all-time leaders in producing NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners; #1 in Kaplan Report survey of student resources for the college experience

3. Highest Quality of Life/Best Place to Live Best in West and #2 overall public university in ‘Princeton Review’ in on-campus housing options and dorm food; 334 sunshine days a year; average year-round temperature of 74 degrees F.; 5 miles from the beach; thriving campus community of Westwood as part of UCLA; surrounded by Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Century City, Brentwood, and Santa Monica

4. World Class Facilities Remodeled historic Pauley Pavilion; the Rose Bowl (SI’s #1 venue of all college sites); Los Angeles Tennis Center; Drake Stadium for track & soccer; Jackie Robinson Stadium; Easton Stadium; the new Spieker Aquatics Center; Sunset Canyon Recreation Center; numerous championship golf courses; on-campus golf practice facility; Acosta Athletic Training Complex for the best in sports medicine, athletic performance, and finest training equipment

5. Legendary Coaching, Tremendous Sport Stability, Consistently Training Winners UCLA has Olympic, National and USA Team coaches on its staff and individuals who have trained at the highest level and know how to win! No university can match UCLA’s coaching stability in that only two Bruin head coaches have left for another Division I head coaching position over the past 40 years

Web Site: UCLABruins.com

6. Exceptional Academic Support for All Student-Athletes 13 full-time staff working in academic and student services. This includes academic counseling, learning specialist, life skills coordinator, priority pre-enrollment in classes, academic mentors, individual and group tutoring, academic awards banquet, lecture notes, laptop lending program and career guidance

7. Your Future at the Highest Level USA’s #1 Career Center for full-time, part-time or internship positions; average personal income for a UCLA graduate is $77,500; average home value for UCLA grads is over $500,000; the UCLA degree means success across the world

8. Complete National Sports Media Coverage/ L.A. is the Place More overall national, regional and local television team exposure than any other college in the nation; numerous daily newspapers; #1 in former student-athletes and students in sportscasting, news broadcasting, sports writing, acting, etc. to act as contacts for current athletes; #1 in Sports Illustrated cover appearances; Major media outlets like ESPN, Fox Sports and USA Today have offices in L.A.

9. Nation’s #1 Tradition of Athletic Excellence With Historic Long-Term Success Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Troy Aikman, Arthur Ashe, Lauren Cheney, Jimmy Connors, Lisa Fernandez, Troy Glaus, Natalie Golda, Rafer Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Karch Kiraly, Liz Masakayan, Ann Meyers, Jonathan Ogden, Corey Pavin, Jackie Robinson, Al Scates, Sharon Shapiro, Chase Utley, Bill Walton, and John Wooden are just a few of the most significant people that have attended/coached at UCLA. UCLA is the #1 school world-wide in name recognition

10. UCLA Intangibles/Best College Location UCLA’s overall success combining prestigious academics, top athletic finishes and tremendous social life cannot be matched by any other university. UCLA has great resources available on a daily basis for our studentathletes to be the best in any area they select. UCLA’s axiom is Champions Made Here!

Facebook: facebook.com/uclaathletics

Twitter: twitter.com/UCLAAthletics

UCLA Top National, International Sports Power NCAA Division I Team Championships by School (Through Spring 2011) School

Men

Women

Total

1.

UCLA

71

36

107

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10.

Stanford USC Oklahoma St. LSU Arkansas Texas Penn State No. Carolina Michigan

61 79 50 17 41 18 30 10 31

40 14 0 25 0 22 10 27 2

101 93 50 42 41 40 40 37 33

Top Countries in Olympic Gold Medals (1984-2008) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6.

USA USSR/Russia China Germany UCLA Athletes Italy Australia

UCLA’s Previous National Finishes in Overall Athletic Program Surveys FIRST PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1973, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92 Women: 1978, 79, 80, 81, 82, 85, 88, 89, 90, 91

UCLA’s Hall of Champions includes NCAA titles in 17 different sports among its nation-leading 107 total. Since Dan Guerrero became Athletic Director in 2002-03, UCLA has won a nationleading 21 NCAA crowns over the past 9 years.

UCLA #1 for Overall Program Awards (men began in 1971; women in 1977; combined in 1993; NACDA in 1994) School

#1 Titles

1. UCLA

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2. 3. 4. 5.

SECOND PLACE FINISHES: Men: 1971, 72, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82 Women: 1977. 83, 84, 86, 87, 92, 93 OTHER PLACES: Men: 4th 84; 3rd 85; 6th 90; 10th 91; 5th 93 COMBINED FINISHES: First: 1993 Second: 1996, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2007, 2008 Third: 1994, 95, 97, 2004, 2005 Fourth: 1998, 2010 Fifth: 1999, 2002 Sixth: 2003

2 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

Stanford 21 Texas 8 USC 6 No. Carolina, 1 Michigan, Arkansas, Arizona St.

NCAA Titles Since 2002-03 School

#1 Titles Won

1. UCLA

21

2. Stanford

20

3. USC

16

4. Auburn

11

4. Penn State

11

6. North Carolina

9

NACDA Director’s Cup Athletic Program Overall Rankings (1994-2011) (Schools ranked in the top 6 of the athletic poll) School

Years Ranked Top 6 Nationally

1. Stanford

18

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9. 9.

16 14 12 11 7 5 4 3 3 3

UCLA Florida Michigan No. Carolina Texas Arizona Ohio State Georgia USC Virginia

Only 5 schools have been ranked in the top 20 every year of the survey - UCLA, Stanford, Florida, North Carolina and Texas. Only 24 schools have made the top ten lifetime. Beside those listed, the others are Arizona State, California, Duke, Florida State, LSU, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Washington.

2010 Women’s Gymnastics

WOMEN’S Additional Titles: Golf – 1971; Crew – 1974; Volleyball – 1972, 1974, 1975; Track & Field – 1975, 1977; Badminton – 1977; Basketball – 1978; Softball – 1978; Tennis – 1981; Water Polo – 1996; 1997; 1998; 2000;

2010 Women’s Softball

3 — Nation’s #1 College Experience

UCLA: Simply The Best Overall University UCLA ‘Most Complete’ Athletic Program From Sports Illustrated on Campus in, April 2005: “UCLA has the most complete athletic program in the country.”

Bruin Weather Helps Athletic Success US Weather Service records for the Westwood area indicate the UCLA campus averages 334 ‘Sun Days’ a year with an average year round temperature of 74 degrees.

‘Dream College’ Where Parents & Students Want to Attend The 2011 Princeton Review survey of parents and future college students had UCLA ranked #6 nationally by parents and #7 by students as their ‘Dream College’ to attend. UCLA was the only public university in the top 10.

UCLA ‘Most Popular’ College for Applications UCLA continues as the ‘Most Popular’ college for students to apply for admission in the 21st century. UCLA annually receives over 60,000 applications for 5,000 admission spots. It has been that way every year since 1999.

UCLA Historic Accomplishment UCLA is the only school with a No. 1 overall pick in the MLB (baseball), NFL (football), NBA (basketball) and MLS (soccer) drafts.

UCLA ‘Most Interesting College’ The Kaplan Publication on ‘Most Interesting Colleges’, has UCLA #1 overall blending their 6 categories of Academic Facilities, Freshman Housing, Career Services, Highest Academic Standards, Hot & Trendy Universities and Best Value.

UCLA #1 Hospital in West Since 1989 UCLA was ranked #5 overall and again #1 in the West (every year since 1989) by U.S. News. The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, which opened in 2008, is a one million square foot facility. It has been labeled as ‘the hospital of the future.’

UCLA in FB-BB Titles; Heisman-Wooden; Honda Awards UCLA is one of seven Division I colleges to ever win a football and basketball national championship; UCLA is one of six colleges to ever win a Heisman Trophy in football and Wooden Award in Basketball; UCLA is #1 all-time with 4 Honda Female Athlete of the Year awards.

‘Public Good’ and ‘Eco-Friendly’ National Leader UCLA ‘Hottest University’ to Attend Newsweek ’08 College Guide: UCLA is selected as the ‘Hottest University’ to attend in the major college category.

UCLA One of 25 ‘New Ivies’ Newsweek magazine article in 2006 on the 25 ‘New Ivies’ among colleges: “The nation’s elite colleges include more than the top Ivies. A range of schools are getting fresh bragging rights like UCLA.”

UCLA Campus Receives Most Media Attention Scenic parts of the UCLA campus are utilized for more movies, television shows, and commercials than any other college. The UCLA name appears daily in more publications than any other school according to Newswatch Magazine.

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Washington Monthly Magazine for 2010 rated UCLA #3 nationally among colleges in its contributions to the nation’s ‘Public Good’ through Service, Social Mobility, and Research. The Sierra Club’s 2010 list of top colleges committed to advancing sustainability on their campuses had UCLA #9 overall in having an ‘eco-friendly’ environment.

UCLA ‘Coolest’ School to Experience Seventeen Magazine ranked UCLA as one of the ’10 coolest schools’ where you can get the best college experience. The criteria included professor’s involvement, great shopping, campus safety and parties.

UCLA Has #1 Career Center Business Week magazine has ranked the UCLA Career Center as #1 in the nation when blending opportunities for students for internships, parttime work, full-time jobs, and other needed services to prepare a person for today’s job market.

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UCLA: A Prestigious & Influential University UCLA ranks as one of the Top Ten Universities according

to the American Council of Education and Gourman Report of national educational ratings.

UCLA Ranks in the Top Ten Academic Departments among all American Universities j j j j j j j j j j

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Anthropology Applied Science Art & Design Asian Studies Bacteriology/Microbiology Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Economics/Business Engineering/ Computer Science French Geography Geology German

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***UCLA is the #11 ranked overall world university and the #2 public university according to the ‘London Times’

Kaplan Survey of 320 Most Interesting Colleges (Based on academic facilities, housing, career services, value, highest academic standards & being trendy)

1. UCLA* 2. Stanford 3. Texas A & M 4. Texas 5. Penn State *UCLA was the only institution ranked in the top 15 in all six categories

“Leading Universities” in terms of influence, according to CHANGE Magazine • • • • • • • • •

UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University MIT Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University

UCLA Ranked among Top Ten Professional Schools—Cartier Report (alphabetical order after UCLA) BUSINESS SCHOOLS UCLA Carnegie–Mellon University Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University MIT Northwestern University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley

MEDICINE UCLA Columbia University Cornell University Harvard University Illinois University Johns Hopkins University Michigan University Stanford University UC Berkeley Yale University

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

LAW SCHOOLS UCLA Chicago University Columbia University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Stanford University UC Berkeley Virginia University Yale University

QUALITY INSTITUTIONS UCLA Chicago University Cornell University Harvard University Michigan University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

CURRICULUM UCLA Chicago University Harvard University Michigan University Pennsylvania University Princeton University Stanford University UC Berkeley Wisconsin University Yale University

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UCLA-NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (67)

Andrea Remynse Tennis, 2011

Alaizah Koorji Rowing, 2011

Kyle Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

Chris Joseph Football, 2008

Drew Shackleton Track/CC, 2009

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Winners (67) Football (17) 1966-67 Ray Armstrong* 1966-67 Dallas Grider 1969-70 Greg Jones 1973-74 Steve Klosterman 1975-76 John Sciarra 1976-77 Jeff Dankworth 1977-78 John Fowler 1982-83 Cormac Carney 1983-84 Rick Neuheisel 1985-86 Mike Hartmeier 1989-90 Rick Meyer 1992-93 Carlton Gray 1995-96 George Kase 1998-99 Chris Sailer Shawn Stuart 1999-00 Danny Farmer 2007-08 Chris Joseph

Men’s Basketball (5) 1968-69 Kenny Heitz 1970-71 Terry Schofield 1979-80 Kiki Vandeweghe 1992-93 Richard Petruska 1994-95 George Zidek*

Men’s Gymnastics (1) 1991-92 Scott Keswick

Men’s Track and Field (5) 1977-78 Willie Banks 1994-95 John Godina 1997-98 Josh Johnson 2008-09 Drew & Kyle Shackleton

Men’s Soccer (1) 1997-98 Josh Keller

Men’s Swimming (8) 1975-76 Tim McDonnell 1978-79 Dan Stephenson 1984-85 Bruce Hayes 1984-85 Pat Thomas 1985-86 Steve Martz 1986-87 Brian Jones 1991-92 Andrea Cecchi 1992-93 David Fleck (diving) Men’s Tennis (1) 1995-96 Srdjan Muskatirovic

Capital One All-American Hall of Fame (8) 1988 1990 1994 1994 1999 2005 2009 2011

Donn Moomaw, FB Jamaal Wilkes, BB Bill Walton, BB Coach John Wooden, BB John Fowler, BB Cormac Carney, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Julie Bremner-Romias, VB

NCAA Silver Anniversary Award (8) 1978 1981 1994 1999 2003 2008 2010

Rev. Donn Moomaw, Football ‘53 Willie Naulls, Basketball ‘56 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Basketball ‘69 Bill Walton, Basketball ‘74 Ann Meyers, Basketball ‘78 Dot Richardson, Softball, ’82 Cormac Carney, Football, ’82 Jackie Joyner-Kersee, BB-Track, ‘85

Men’s Volleyball (4) 1970-71 Ed Machado 1981-82 Karch Kiraly 1986-87 Asbjorn Volstad 1996-97 Trong Nguyen* Men’s Water Polo (4) 1982-83 Brian Black 1995-96 Thomas Wong 1999-00 Parsa Bonderson 2000-01 Sean Kern Women’s Basketball (1) 1985-86 Anne Dean Women’s Golf (1) 1985-86 Kay Cockerill Women’s Gymnastics (4) 1989-90 Jill Andrews 2002-03 Kristin Parker 2002-03 Onnie Willis 2005-06 Kate Richardson Women’s Rowing (1) 2010-11 Alaizah Koorji

Softball (2) 1992-93 Lisa Fernandez 1994-95 Jennifer Brundage Women’s Swimming (5) 1995-96 Annette Salmeen 1999-00 Keiko Price 2000-01 Brigid Dwyer 2001-02 Katie Younglove 2003-04 Kristen Lewis Women’s Tennis (2) 1983-84 Karen Dewis 2010-11 Andrea Remynse Women’s Track and Field (3) 1996-97 Amy Acuff 1997-98 Nada Kawar 2006-07 Jacqueline Nguyen Women’s Volleyball (2) 1993-94 Julie Bremner 2000-01 Elisabeth Bachman *Alternate Selections

Rhodes Scholarships (5)

NCAA Top Eight Award (14)

1925 1962 1969 1996 2008

1975-76 1976-77 1981-82 1982-83 1988-89 1989-90 1992-93 1992-93 1993-94 1993-94 1996-97 2001-02 2003-04 2006-07

John Olmsted, Tennis William Zeltonoga, Wrestling Harold Griffin, Football Annette Salmeen, Swimming Chris Joseph, Football

NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Award (4) 1977 1984 1996 2003

Tom Bradley, Former LA Mayor Rafer Johnson, Calif. Special Olympics John Wooden, Former UCLA BB Coach Donna de Varona, Commission on Title IX

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John Sciarra, FB Jeff Dankworth, FB Karch Kiraly, VB Cormac Carney, FB Carnell Lake, FB Jill Andrews, GYM Carlton Gray, FB Scott Keswick, GYM Lisa Fernandez, SB Julie Bremner, VB Annette Salmeen, SW Stacey Nuveman, SB Onnie Willis, GYM Kate Richardson, GYM

UCLA Undergraduate Majors and Minors

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UCLA’s Most Popular Academic Majors

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All UCLA head coaches stress involvement with the campus and the community. Whether it’s volunteering at an inner-city youth clinic, speaking to children at elementary and middle schools in the area, or assisting in campus programs such as ‘Marathon Kids’ and ‘I’m Going to College,’ community service is an important aspect of being a Bruin. These outreach opportunities give student-athletes a chance to mentor youth, give back to the community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA Athletics.

Community Outreach Bruin student-athletes, coaches and staff have the opportunity to participate in community service activities on campus and throughout the Los Angeles area. Examples of these events include; • Marathon Kids • Dribble for the Cure • Mattel Children’s Hospital • Elementary/Middle School Visits • Team Prime Time/Prime Time Games • UCLA Lab School Jogathon • I’m Going to College • Adopt a Classroom • Special Requests/Events These outreach opportunities give student-athletes a chance to mentor youth, give back to the community and serve as ambassadors for UCLA Athletics.

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Wooden Academy: Teamwork, Leadership and Character The Wooden Academy is a comprehensive leadership development program designed to educate and support the standards of leadership for Bruin student-athletes. The pillars of the Wooden Academy are teamwork, leadership and character. The program is named after legendary Coach John Wooden, and strives to teach the values and principles of his Pyramid of Success. We believe that these skills will assist student-athletes in their pursuit to be successful leaders and teammates at UCLA, and as they prepare to be champions in life. Student-athletes will have the opportunity to participate in the Wooden Academy each year by attending seminars and learning practical leadership lessons from coaches, administrators and Bruin alumni.

UCLA Main Websites For Student-Athletes UCLA MAIN WEBSITES FOR RECRUITS UCLA Official Sports Site: www.uclabruins.com UCLA Internet Broadcasts: www.uclabruins.com/multimedia/ucla-stretch.html UCLA Official YouTube (including UCLA ‘Bruintalk’): www.YouTube.com/UCLA UCLA Twitter Site: http://twitter.com/UCLAAthletics UCLA University Official Site: www.ucla.edu UCLA Facebook Site: http://www.facebook.com/uclaathletics UCLA Sports Nutrition Site: www.fuelingbruins.blogspot.com

UCLA TWITTER SITES UCLA Athletics: http://twitter.com/UCLAAthletics UCLA Football Coach Rick Neuheisel on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CoachNeuheisel UCLA Basketball Coach Ben Howland On Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ben_Howland UCLA Basketball Coach Cori Close on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CoachCloseUCLA UCLA Gymnastics Coach Valorie Kondos Field on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclagymnastics

Softball won UCLA’s record 106th NCAA Team Title. All student-athletes receive free tickets to UCLA home regular season sports events to support our great teams.

UCLA Academic Quarter System Dates

UCLA Men’s Golf on Twitter: http://twitter.com/UCLA_bruin18

Fall Quarter: Late September-Mid-December

UCLA Women’s Golf On Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawomensgolf

Spring Quarter: Late March-Mid-June

UCLA Men’s Tennis on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclatennis UCLA Women’s Tennis on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawtennis UCLA Women’s Volleyball on Twitter: http://twitter.com/UCLAWomensVB

Winter Quarter: Early January-Mid-March Summer Sessions: Late June-Mid-September *Quarters are 10 weeks of instruction with a final exam in week 11

UCLA Weather

UCLA Water Polo on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclawaterpolo

• 74 degrees average year-round high temperature

UCLA Women’s Softball on Twitter: http://twitter.com/uclasoftball

• 55 degrees average year-round low temperature

UCLA Bruins Varsity Club on Twitter: http://twitter.com/UCLAbvc

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• 334 average sun days a year

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The Best On-Campus Housing Options; plus Great Food UCLA On-Campus Housing Options:

The UCLA Residential Community

All include up to 19 meals a week between 7 am and 2 am and student-athletes are guaranteed priority housing all 4 years if they desire A. Residence Halls (Dykstra, Sproul, Rieber, Hedrick as traditional high-rises) 1. Have separate showers for men and women, community bathrooms, study lounges, and laundry facilities on each floor;

BUILDING TYPES

Residence Halls Residential Plazas Residential Suites Proposed Construction

B. Residential Plazas (Sunset Village, De Neve, Hedrick Summit, Rieber Terrace and Rieber Vista) 1. Single/double/triple rooms with two shared bathrooms, air conditioning, study space, lounges, laundry;

Scholarship student-athletes are guaranteed a two person dorm room for as long as they want to stay on campus

C. Residential Suites (Hitch, Saxon) 1. Furnished two-bedrooms with own entrance, living room, shared bathroom. Each has its own laundry room and sundeck/recreation area;

Standard On-Campus Housing Amenities: • Basic Cable Television • High Speed Internet

Numerous amenities are available for student-athletes

• Student Technological Center • Overnight Shipping and Full Copying Services • Recreation/Game Rooms • Free access to basketball, volleyball, pools, tennis • Early morning/late night restaurants • ‘To-Go’ Meals • Bruin Card Charge Services • Weekly Maid Services

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Student-athletes live in both high rise dorms and apartment-style suites

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The UCLA campus is home to numerous first class facilities for student-athletes of all sports. • Spaulding Field — practice home for the Bruin football team, features SPRINTURF field, along with one natural grass field • Acosta Center — houses locker rooms, the Athletic Performance Center and Sports Medicine Center • Spieker Aquatics Center — opened in the Fall of 2009, this state-of-the-art aquatics center is the home to the water polo and swimming and diving teams • Easton Stadium — houses the 11-time NCAA Championship softball team • Los Angeles Tennis Complex — home to Bruin tennis teams • Drake Stadium & Marshall Field — home to the nationally-ranked soccer and track and field teams • Rose Gilbert Learning Center — located in the J.D. Morgan Center, has 24 computers and numerous printers for all of the academic needs of student-athletes • Jackie Robinson Stadium — home to the Bruin baseball team and was recently renovated with new batting areas and playing surface • Gifford Golf Facility — A 3,000 square-foot bermuda bentgrass putting green, greenside/fairway bunker, and a 3,000 square foot tee-box to hit balls onto the field for the golf teams to use. • Pauley Pavilion — home to the Bruin basketball, gymnastics and volleyball teams

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UCLA: The #1 Tradition in College Sports

Top Row (L to R) – Reggie Miller, basketball; Troy Aikman, football; Jimmy Connors, tennis; Cobi Jones, soccer; Amy Acuff, track & field. Second Row (L to R) – Troy Glaus, baseball; Liz Masakayan, volleyball; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball; Florence Griffith-Joyner, track & field; Karch Kiraly, volleyball.

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Third Row (L to R) – Jackie Robinson, football, baseball, track & field and basketball; Lisa Fernandez, softball; Arthur Ashe, tennis; Bill Walton, basketball; Jackie Joyner-Kersee, track & field. Bottom Row (L to R) – Kim Hamilton, gymnastics; John Godina, track & field; Dot Richardson, softball; Denise Curry, basketball; Ken Norton, football.

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UCLA Student-Athletes Have Job Market Success

Cormac Carney, Football U.S. District Court Judge

Ato Boldon, Track & Field Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Eric Lin, Tennis Medical Doctor

Anita Ortega, Basketball LAPD Captain

Name, Sport

Position

Gary Beban, Football

Sr. Exec. Dir., CB Richard Ellis

Eric Biefeld, Soccer

Firefighter, La Habra, CA

Pete Blackman, Basketball

UCLA Vice-Chancellor

Bethany Bogart, Soccer

Lawyer, Los Angeles

Ato Boldon, Track & Field

Announcer NBC, Universal Sports

Jamie Brown, Basketball

L.A. County Fire Captain

Cormac Carney, Football

US Dist. Court Judge (So. Calif)

Kay Cockerill, Golf

Golf Analyst, NBC-Golf Channel

Courteney Cosso, Soccer

Director, Bruin Varsity Club

Alex Decret, Tennis

Landscape Architect, Los Angeles

Maura Driscoll-Farden, Gymnastics

Broadcaster Lifetime, USA Network

Joel Farkas, Golf

Chairman, JF Real Estate Dev.

Amanda Freed, Softball

Broadcaster, ESPN; Fox Sports West

Ryan Futagaki, Soccer

Sales Executive, LA Medical Corp.

Jen Gardner, Softball

Real Estate Attorney, No. Calif.

Roy Hamilton, Basketball

VP of Production, Fox Sports Net

Tim Harris, Soccer

Sr. VP of Business, Los Angeles Lakers

Melanie Hom, Soccer

Ophthalmologist, San Francisco

Tim Kelly, Volleyball

President, Bring It Promotions

Eric Lin, Tennis

Residency, UCLA Medical Center

Ryan McGuire, Baseball

UCLA MBA; Manager, Bus. Dev.

Bob Myers, Basketball

Asst. GM, Golden State Warriors

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics

Hollywood Stunt Woman, TV-Movies

Heath Montgomery, Tennis

Dentist, Santa Barbara, CA

Paul Nihipali, Volleyball

Movie Director, Video Producer

Anita Ortega, Basketball

Captain, Los Angeles Police Dept.

Doug Partie, Volleyball

President, A.B. Technical Systems

James Puffer, Water Polo

Exec. Dir. Amer. Family Practice, Louisville

Paula Rasmussen, Gymnastics

Pediatrician, Cedars-Sinai Med. Ctr.

Jill Ratner, Soccer

VP of Litigation, Fox Broadcasting

Mike Reider, Golf

Sr. VP/Manager, Union Bank of Calif.

Mary Ricks, Softball

President; Commercial Real Estate, Beverly Hills

Dr. Julie Romias, Volleyball

Doctor, Kaiser Inglewood

Tasha Schwikert, Gymnastics

Broadcaster, NBC Universal; Actress

LaRee Sugg, Golf

Senior Women’s Admin., Richmond Univ.

Stacy Sunny, Softball

Production Manager, Fox Sports Net

Necie Thompson, Basketball

FBI Agent, California

Kevin Walker, Basketball

UCLA MBA; GM Amer. Assoc Hockey

Jeff Williams, Volleyball

Sr. Acct. Executive, EMC Corp.

Chuck White, Golf

Voice-over Actor, Bus. Consultant

Dr. Bryan Wiley, Football

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Joel Wolfe, Baseball

Attorney, Sports Agent for WMG

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Roy Hamilton, Basketball; VP Production, Fox Sports

Tim Harris, Soccer Los Angeles Lakers VP

Heidi Moneymaker, Gymnastics Movie Stuntwoman

Chuck White, Golf Voice-Over Actor

UCLA Alumni Span The World / Job Market A Key List of Significant UCLA Alumni Accomplishments Name

Significant Accomplishment

Val Ackerman Sean Astin

Former WNBA President; US Olympic Committee Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy, Actor in other major roles, “24” Actress; movies and TV Show “Jag”, “Army Wives” Singer/Composer; 3-time Grammy Nominee for “Love Song,” & “King of Anything” Calif. Congressman in U.S. House of Rep. Actor; “School of Rock”, “Nacho Libre” Wrote ‘Love & Basketball’, ‘Secret Life of Bees’ Ran track TV Host; Winner ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Actress, Emmy Award Winner Voice of Bart Simpson on “The Simpsons” Co-Anchor KNBC “Today in LA” 6 Academy Awards (The Godfather I, II, III) 7-time Grammy Award winner (Fifth Dimension) Lead Guitarist, ‘Linkin Park’; Multi-Grammy winner Food Network “Everyday Italian” Skyfox, Fox-11 Meteorologist, Emmy Winner Sr. VP Wells Fargo Bank; Nat. Spokesperson Academy Award Nominee; “127 Hours”, “Milk” Won Emmy as Robert in “Everybody Loves Raymond;” 1st Star Search $100,000 winner Actress: “Law & Order”; 2005 Golden Globe winner, Emmy nominee Actor and Producer; CBS “Navy NCIS”; People Magazine “Man of the Year” Choreographer; Judge on “Dancing w/the Stars” Actress: “Dynasty,” “Melrose Place,” “Spin City” Actress: Kaylie Cruz in TV’s “Make It or Break It” President of Kennedy-Marshall; helped produce “Indiana Jones” and “Back to the Future” series Astronaut; Space Shuttle Atlantis Actress: “The Wonder Years;” TV’s “West Wing;” Published for mathematics research 1st black graduate, UCLA Law School; 1st black elected to L.A. City Council: Superior Court Judge Presiding Judge, L.A. Juvenile Court Former CEO, Disney Corporation Obama advisor; actor ‘House’, ‘Harold and Kumar’ Actor/Producer; 2003 Academy Award winner “Mystic River”; 2003 UCLA Alumnus of the Year CEO, Suntory, Ltd.; Int. Businessman UCLA Samueli Engineering School; Owner 2007 Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks Golden Globe, Emmy nominee as producer of HBO’s “Sex In The City;” Assisted “BH 90210” and “Melrose Place” Judge, U.S. District Court; 1st JapaneseAmerican appointed Fed. Court Judge Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the California Assembly Actress; “Bring It On”, “Breakin’ All the Rules”, “Daddy’s Little Girl”, “Meet Dave” President, Owner WMG, Businessman Actor: Urkel in “Family Matters”, Director Newscaster-Field Reporter for Fox News-LA Los Angeles County Supervisor, 3rd District

Catherine Bell Sara Bareilles

Sean Astin Samwise Gamgee in “Lord of the Rings” Trilogy

Francis Ford Coppola Six-time Academy Award winner (The Godfather I, II, III)

Howard L. Berman Jack Black Gina Prince-Bythewood Brooke Burke Carol Burnett Nancy Cartwright Ted Chen Francis Ford Coppola Marilyn McCoo Davis Brad Delson Giada DeLaurentis Rick Dickert Brenda Ross Dulan James Franco Brad Garrett Mariska Hargitay Mark Harmon Carrie Ann Inaba Heather Locklear Josie Loren Frank Marshall Megan McArthur Danica McKellar Billy Mills

Carrie Ann Inaba Judge for “Dancing with the Stars’

Michael Nash Michael Ovitz Kal Penn Tim Robbins Nobutada Saji Henry Samueli Darren Star

Robert R. Takasugi Antonio Villaraigosa Gabrielle Union Gabrielle Union Movie Actress “Bring It On”

Casey Wasserman Jaleel White Jane Yamamoto Zev Yaroslavsky

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Kal Penn Obama Advisor, Actor

Mark Harmon Actor, Former Football Player People Mag. “Man of Year” Star of Navy NCIS

Heather Locklear Actress Melrose Place, Spin City

Antonio Villaraigosa Mayor of Los Angeles; former Speaker of the Calif Assembly

UCLA Alumni Networks Cover The World UCLA Alumni in the United States (3% live in foreign countries) W ashington

North Dakota

M ontana

M aine Vermont M innesota

Oregon Idaho

New Hampshire S outh Dakota

W isconsin

New York

M assachusetts

M ichigan

W yoming

R hode Island Connecticut P ennsylvania

Iowa Nebraska

New Jersey

Nevada Ohio Utah

Indiana

Illinois

Delaware W est Virginia

Colorado California Kansas

M aryland Virginia District of Columbia

M issouri Kentucky

North Carolina Tennessee

Arizona Oklahoma Arkansas

New M exico

S outh Carolina

TOTAL UCLA ALUMNI IN THE U.S. M ississippi

Texas

Alabama

Georgia

259,544 4,000 – 6,000

Louisiana

2,000 – 3,999 1,000 – 1,999

Alaska Florida

500 – 999 Hawaii

300 – 499 200 – 299 100 – 199 less than 99

UCLA Alumni Groups Exist World-Wide (www.UCLAlumni.net/FindBruins)

In California • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Los Angeles’ Westside Downtown Los Angeles LA-South Bay/Beach Cities Lake Arrowhead Area Orange County Greater Pasadena Palm Springs Inland Empire San Bernardino and Riverside Counties Sacramento San Diego County San Fernando Valley San Francisco/Bay Area Santa Clarita Ventura County Whittier

Outside California • • • • • • • •

Boston, MA Chicago, IL Honolulu, HI New York City Phoenix, AZ Portland, OR Seattle, WA Washington DC

International • • • • • • •

China Hong Kong Japan Korea Singapore Taiwan Thailand

The Portfolio of the Typical UCLA Graduate (almost 300,000 alumni were utilized for the figures below along with career center and local area housing statistics)

$77,500 $765,355 $522,500 92% 51% 68% 67% 65% 75%

Average yearly personal income Average investment portfolio value Average value of home ownership Own their own homes or condominiums Own other real estate properties Hold management/professional positions Have done postgraduate studies after UCLA Donate up to 10% of income to charity Have traveled outside U.S. in last 2 years

Where UCLA Graduates Live 45% Live in Los Angeles County 62% Live in Southern California 77% Live in the State of California 97% Live in the United States

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24 Jay Leno

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Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes

13 Samuel L. Jackson

25 Charlie Sheen

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Tom Hanks/Rita Wilson

14 Jack Nicholson

26 Antonio Banderas

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Pete Sampras/ Bridgette Wilson

15 Ben Affleck/ Jennifer Garner

27 Billy Crystal

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Sean Astin

16 Kirsten Dunst

29 Jackie Chan

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Nicolas Cage

17 Al Pacino

30 Arnold Schwarzenegger

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Courteney Cox/ David Arquette

18 Eddie Murphy

31 Michael Douglas/ Catherine Zeta-Jones

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Warren Beatty/ Annette Bening

20 Harrison Ford/ Calista Flockhart

32 Whoopi Golberg

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

21 John Lithgow

10 Lionel Richie

34 Mark Harmon

22 Paris Hilton

11 Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie

35 David Beckham

23 Casey Wasserman

36. Reese Witherspoon

19 Halle Berry

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28 Jim Carrey

33 Lindsay Lohan

Adjacent Sites A Westwood Village, UCLA’s Mall B Bel Air Country Club C Beverly Center D Century City Mall E Santa Monica Promenade UCLA Sites aa Morgan Center bb Pauley Pavilion cc Drake Stadium dd LA Tennis Center ee Spieker Aquatics ff Easton Stadium gg Robinson Stadium

Hollywood / The Grove (10 miles from UCLA)

Beaches / Pacific Ocean (5 miles from UCLA)

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