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• Anchors the west end of Knoxville's Volunteer Landing waterfront development • The ground level boat bay holds 26 boats ranging from singles to pairs to quads and fours and eights • 180-foot floating dock with the abiity to launch three eights at once

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 30 1995-1997 31 1997 32 1998

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14 Roster 15 Erin Allen 15 Kaitlan Aries 16 Taylor Athan 16 Victoria Bartell 17 Bridget Boland 17 Rachel Clagett 18 Courtney Crossley 18 Liz Dickson 19 Victoria Florence 19 Erin Gibbemeyer 20 MaryNell Hayes 20 Katie King 21 Harper Lucas 21 Sarah McAulliffe 22 McDarragh Minnock 22 Jessie Richardson 23 Kahala Schneider 24 Morgan Suffridge 24 Natalie Tavares 24 Allison Toth 25 Taylor Upson 25 Hannah Waddell 26 Rachel Whitaker 26 Rachel White 27 Whitney Wolfe 28 Novice Team Roster

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Lisa Glenn Rachel Sander Sarah Arms Karla Sass Ellie Kleiman Amy Kuuskoski Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek Dr. Donald Bruce Dave Hart Executive Athletics Staff Senior Athletics Staff

33 1999 34 2000 35 2001 36 2002 37 2003 38 2004 39 2005 40 2006 41 2006 42 2007 43 2008 44 2009 45 2010 46 2011 47 2012 48 2013 49 2013 50 1997 NCAA Championships 50 2003 NCAA Championships 51 2004 NCAA Championships 51 2005 NCAA Championships 52 2006 NCAA Championships 52 2007 NCAA Championships 53 2008 NCAA Championships 53 2010 NCAA Championships 54 2010 C-USA Championships 54 2011 C-USA Championships 55 2012 C-USA Championships 55 2013 C-USA Championships

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All-Time Letterwinners US Rowing All-American CRCA Pocock All-American CRCA All-South Region EdSouth Scholar Athlete Verizon Academic All-American ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV Conference USA Newcomer of the Year Conference USA Rower of the Year Conference USA Coach of the Year Conference USA All-Conference Team CRCA National Scholar Athlete Helen B. Watson Award Winner SEC Academic Honor Roll First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll C-USA Honor Roll/Commissioner’s Academic Medal

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The 2014 Tennessee Rowing Record Book has been compiled from information originally presented on UTSports. com and previous UT Rowing Media Guides. Editors: Mary-Carter Kniffen, Houston Proctor and Kendall Hutchinson Photography: Donald Page, Wade Rackley, Patrick Murphy-Racey, Elizabeth Olivier, William Ewart, Nick Myers, UTAD Photography, UT Photo Services Cover Design: Wade Rackley Printing: VolPhotoBooks.com - visit to purchase additional copies The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services. UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING

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THE BASICS Date Opponent City Location: Knoxville, Tenn. 2/15 Michigan Orlando, Fla. Founded: 1794 2/16 UCF Orlando, Fla. Conference: Conference USA 3/1 North Carolina Oak Ridge, Tenn. Enrollment: 27,523 3/9 Duke Oak Ridge, Tenn. Colors: Orange & White Nickname: Lady Volunteers 3/15-16 Cardinal Invitational Oak RIdge, Tenn. Mascot: Smokey X 3/23 Minnesota Oak Ridge, Tenn. Band: Pride of the Southland 4/5 UCF Oak Ridge, Tenn. President: Dr. Joe DiPietro 4/19-20 Clemson Invitational Clemson, S.C. Chancellor: Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek 5/3 Iowa Oak Ridge, Tenn. Faculty Representative: Dr. Donald Bruce Vice Chancellor/Dir. of Athletics: Dave Hart 5/17 C-USA Championship Oak Ridge, Tenn. Athletic Dept. Phone: 865-974-1220 5/30-61 NCAA Championship Indianpolis, Ind. FACILITY INFORMATION Facility: Tennessee Boathouse Opened: September 30, 1999

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First Year of Rowing: 1995-96 Joined C-USA: 2010 C-USA Championships (Last): 2 (2012) NCAA Appearances: 4 team (2006, 2007, 2008, 2010) 4 at-large (V4+ 1997, V8+ 2003, 2004, 2005) Best Team Finish: Ninth (2007)

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Head Coach: Lisa Glenn Assistant Coach: Rachel Sander Assistant Coach: Sarah Arms Dir. of Rowing Operations: Karla Sass Jimmy Stanton-Assoc. AD/Communications Office: 865.974.4167 Cell: 865.306.2052 Email: JimmyStanton@utk.edu Jason Yellin - Asst. AD/Media Relations Office: 865.974.9494 Cell: 865.314.0273 Email: JYellin@utk.edu Mary-Carter Kniffen- Asst. Dir./Media Relations Office: 865.974.4173 Cell: 804.516.6337 Email: marycarter@utk.edu

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LISA GLENN HEAD COACH

16TH SEASON AT TENNESSEE MT. HOLYOKE COLLEGE ‘88 During her 15 years at the helm of the University of Tennessee women’s rowing team, Head Coach Lisa Glenn has helped the 18-year-old program mature into a national power. Glenn has led the Lady Vols to eight appearances at the NCAA Championships, including four consecutive full-team selections in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010. Only the second coach in Lady Vol rowing history, Glenn has a strong track record of producing stellar student-athletes, both on the water and in the classroom. Seven Lady Vols have taken home All-America accolades under Glenn’s tutelage. Senior Erika Lauderlade was selected as a second-team CRCA All-American in 2012. After the 2010 season, Laura Miller was selected as a second team CRCA All-American. Former rower Erin-Monique Shelton collected second-team honors for the third consecutive year in 2008, joining Chelsea Pemberton as the only Tennessee rowers to earn All-America distinction three times. The 2005 squad saw Andrea Bagwell and Pemberton both named to the second team, while in 2004, Pemberton picked up first-team honors and Kaitlin Bargreen garnered a second-team selection. In 2003, the All-American duo was flip-flopped, with Bargreen taking first-team status and Pemberton earning a second-team selection. Glenn’s leadership and guidance extends well beyond the realm of coaching, motivating her squad to hit the books as well. Overall, 32 Orange and White-clad athletes have collected 43 CRCA National Scholar-Athlete honors during Glenn’s tenure. Under Glenn, the UT program has seen two of its athletes picked to back-to-back ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District IV squads. Most recently, Libuse Bruncvíkova’ earned a place on ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV second-team. Bargreen also picked up second-team accolades from the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) in both 2004 and 2005, while Kacey Montgomery garnered the honors in 2002 and 2003. Montgomery grabbed a spot on the CoSIDA Academic All-America At-Large First Team both years and received the Edsouth Lady Vol Scholar-Athlete of the Year award in 2002. Marissa Allen was presented with the Helen B. Watson Award, given to the Lady Vol athlete with the highest GPA, in both 2004 and 2005. Most recently in 2013, 25 student-athletes were named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and six freshmen were named to the First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll. The Big Orange finished their 2013 campaign falling to Oklahoma in a close battle at the Conference USA Championship. Erika Johnson, Ashley Fichthorn and Liza Rader were named to the 2013 Rowing All-Conference Team, this recognition being Johnson’s and Fichthorn’s third consecutive year being named to the team. During fall racing, Tennessee claimed seven medals, two being gold medals. In 2012, Glenn guided the Lady Vols to their second Conference USA championship in three years. Glenn was also recognized by the conference and recognized as the 2012 C-USA Coach of the Year, her second time receiving this honor. In addition to these recognitions, Kayla Lucier was named the 2012 C-USA Newcomer of the Year. Under Coach Glenn’s instruction, four Lady Vols were named to the All-Conference USA Team. With a young team in 2011, Glenn’s team placed second overall at the Conference USA Championship, earning second-place finishes in the Varsity 8+, Second Varsity 8+, Varsity 4+ and won gold in the Open 4+. Her crews had a strong showing at the prestigious Lake Natoma Invitational, with her Varsity 8+ taking first in the Group B final. 6

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 COACHING HIGHLIGHTS Eight NCAA Championship Appearances 2012 and 2010 C-USA Champions 2012 and 2010 C-USA Coach of the Year 2006 South Region Champions Three-Time South Region Coach of the Year Six All-America performers The Second Varsity 8+ and Varsity 4+ both placed third overall in the Group B final. Tennessee’s Varsity 8+ and Second Varsity 4+ took first against Minnesota in their season opener while the Second Varsity 8+ and Varsity 4+ took second. In the fall of 2010, Glenn’s crews swept the field in the Collegiate 8+, Collegiate 4+ and Collegiate 2- at the Chattanooga Head Race, taking first place. Her Champ 8+ took 10th overall at the Head of the Charles Regatta and at the Head of the Hooch Regatta, Glenn’s Champ 8+ took second overall. Glenn helped propel the Lady Vols to new heights in 2010, leading the Orange and White to its first-ever Conference-USA rowing championship. Glenn was also named C-USA Coach of the Year for her efforts in helping Tennessee achieve this historic feat. Under Glenn’s tutelage, senior Laura Miller was named the C-USA rower of the year, while three other Lady Vols captured All-Conference honors. At the 2008 NCAA Championships, the three-time Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) South Region Coach of the Year guided the Orange and White to its first-ever appearance in a grand final, as the second varsity eight took fifth to record UT’s best event finish at the NCAA regatta. The team has excelled under Glenn’s watch at the sport’s second-largest event in the United States, the Head of the Charles Regatta, held every fall in Boston, Mass. Glenn’s entries in the Club 8+ race have captured six golds, including three consecutive victories in the event from 2005-07 and most recently in 2011. The Championship 8+ crews have made their mark over the years as well, claiming top-10 finishes three times, and top-15 marks seven times, including a program-best fifth-place finish in 2007. In 2009, the Champ 8+ from Tennessee finished 12th out of 34 overall, placing it in the top eight among universities. In addition to capturing the C-USA crown and making an appearance at the 2009-10 NCAA Rowing Championships, Glenn also propelled the Lady Vols to a successful spring season, which saw the squad take home a fourth-place finish at the prestigious Lake Natoma Invitational. The Big Orange also performed well in the first-ever double dual meet on Lake Loudoun, recording victories in the 2V8+ over Dartmouth and Alabama. The fall of 2009 was also an impressive one for Glenn’s squad as UT collected four gold, three silver and five bronze medals, including a sweep of the gold medals in the Championship 8+, 4+ and 2- at the Chattanooga Head Race. In 2008-09, the Lady Vols collected a total of 18 medals in three races. Junior coxswain Katie Ross led the V8+ “A” shell to three of those medals, one of which came after her shell clocked a 14:17.4 time at the Head of the Hooch regatta. That was the fastest ever time produced by a UT shell at the event. While UT fell just short of reaching a fourthconsecutive bid to the NCAA Championship, Glenn’s squad still had several successes on the throughout the 2008-09

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That season, the Lady Vols continued their academic success, with Davis earning a selection to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV squad. The Orange and White also had 25 student-athletes earn SEC academic honors. For its efforts in the classroom, on the water and in the community, the squad collected the CHAMPS Cup for the first time under Glenn.

During her initial campaign at Tennessee, Glenn watched her young squad take first place at its initial regatta of the year at the Chattanooga Head Race. Her crews also took first place in two of their three races at the Head of the Tennessee. In addition to her team’s accomplishments on the water, 11 Tennessee rowers were named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll, while five members of the squad were selected to the Lady Vol Academic Top-10.

Tennessee saw great accomplishments in 2003-04, as the Varsity 8+ finished 10th in the final USRowing/CRCA

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Glenn drove her team to an overall 11th place finish at the Lexus South/Central Sprints to close out their 2001 spring season. Just a few weeks prior, her team finished third overall at at the SIRA regatta. Throughout the season, her team compiled 17 second place finishes and seven first place finishes. In the fall of 2000, her team raced to six first place finishes, including a fifth place finish at the Head of the Tennessee and a seventh place finish at the Head of theh Chattahoochee. In her second year, Glenn guided her team to first and second in two of the three events entered at the Chattanooga Head Race, while her Varsity 4+ captured second place at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships. Off the water, a total of 39 rowers were named to the Lady Vol Honor Roll, and 22 of those were selected to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Her squad also was given the inaugural Team Community Service Award for the volunteer work it did in and around the Knoxville area.

UT’s 2005 Varsity 8+ shell ranked sixth in the final USRowing/CRCA Varsity Eight Poll and finished a programrecord eighth at the NCAA Championships in Sacramento, Calif. Bargreen and Dana Forbes earned CRCA National Scholar-Athlete honors, while that duo was joined by Bagwell and Pemberton on the CRCA All-South Region squads. The 2005 squad produced 13 rowers on the 2005 Southeastern Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll.

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Glenn’s squad in 2001-02 compiled an all-time 120 wins en route to five gold-medal performances. Individually, four rowers earned either first- or second-team CRCA All-South Region distinctions and seven Lady Vols were chosen as CRCA National Scholar-Athletes, while 37 student-athletes were named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Glenn and her staff also witnessed the opening of the new $2.5 million boathouse, a structure alongside the waters of the Tennessee River that raised the program to a higher level.

The 2007 season saw Tennessee host to the NCAA Championship event, where it recorded a ninth-place overall finish, the highest in program history. The Lady Vols also earned their second straight full-team bid to the championship after taking third at South Regionals, where each boat competed in the Grand Finals for the first time in program history. Shelton became the third two-time AllAmerican and joined Renee Brittle, Stephanie Davis, Krista Gearing and Rachel Mayberry as a CRCA All-South Region honoree.

In 2006, the Lady Volunteers captured the program’s only South Region title at the 10th-annual Aramark Sprints. A third-place showing in the grand finals of the Varsity 8+ handed the cup to Glenn and her troops. In its first fullteam appearance at the NCAA Championships, Tennessee finished 12th in the team standings after the First Eight won the “C” final and the Second Eights took 11th-place. As a freshman, Shelton became just the fifth All-American in program history, as she was picked to the second team by the CRCA. Four UT athletes were listed on the CRCA All-South Region Teams, while Dobratz and Davis earned CRCA National Scholar Athlete recognition. The pair joined 24 other rowers on the Academic All-SEC Team and Freshman Academic Honor Roll, the most in program history.

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At the conclusion of the 2008 season, Bruncvíkova’ and former squad member, Kendra Warren joined Shelton as CRCA All-South Region honorees, marking the eighth straight year that a Tennessee rower has been honored. Academically, the Orange and White proved itself again with Nina Dobratz, Danielle Hmielewski, Ross and Mary Beth Dreusike joining Warren and Shelton on the CRCA National Scholar Athlete list, and 25 student-athletes earning conference academic recognition.For the second straight year and fourth time overall, the rowing team won Tennessee’s CHAMPS Cup which is awarded to the team on campus that demonstrates the greatest commitment to the five areas of the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program - academic excellence, athletic excellence, community outreach, leadership, and personal development.

During the 2002-03 season, the Lady Vols advanced their Varsity 8+ boat into the NCAA Championships for the first time. That crew finished 14th in the final USRowing/CRCA Varsity Eight Poll and placed 16th at the NCAA Championships. During Glenn’s fourth year at Rocky Top, she led the Varsity 8+ to five gold-medal performances. Academically, her team also excelled, as 19 rowers earned Academic All-SEC honors.

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Tennessee continued to excel against the top programs in the nation during the 2007-2008 season. The Orange and White had a historic weekend at the 2007 Head of the Charles, claiming fifth in the Championship 8+ (third among universities), it’s highest finish in program history along with a third straight victory in the Club 8+. Later that season, Williams steered her 2V8+ shell to a first-place finish in the B Final of the Lake Natoma Invitational and followed with the top time at the Charles River Challenge.

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Brownlee and Howell were members of the V8+ shell that grabbed first-place in the C Finals at the 2009 Aramark South/Central Region Sprints. Williams coxed her 2V8+ crew to a fourth-place finish in the Petite Final. Manned primarily by novice rowers the varsity four and 2V4+ shells produced stellar results, as well. Glenn’s top four took first in their respective C Final, while the 2V4+ boat notched a runner-up finish in the D Final.

Varsity Eight Poll and mirrored that with a 10th-place showing at the NCAA Championships in Sacramento, Calif. The squad had another excellent academic showing, as well, with 22 rowers making the SEC Academic Honor Roll and Erin Artz, Bargreen and Nicole Bold earning CRCA National Scholar-Athlete accolades.

Prior to her move to Knoxville, Glenn served as an assistant rowing coach from 1994-98 at the University of Iowa, developing the novice program while assisting in recruiting and overall team development. She helped guide the Varsity 4+ to a fourth-place finish at the inaugural NCAA Championships in 1997, and her novice squad secured two Midwest Rowing Championship titles, two Central Regional Championship titles, a Champion International Collegiate Regatta title and a bronze medal at the U.S. Rowing Collegiate National Championship. One of her highlights at Iowa included upset victories at the Midwest Rowing Championships in 1995 and 1998 over Wisconsin and Ohio State, respectively. In 1993, she served as the assistant development coach for the U.S. Junior National Team and was tabbed the squad’s head coach the following year. Prior to her current appointment on the NCAA Championship committee, Glenn also held a seat on the USRowing Board of Directors from 1996-98. Before coaching at Iowa, she worked as a graduate assistant coach for Syracuse University while pursuing her master’s degree in public communications at the acclaimed Newhouse School of Communications. In 1991, UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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STAFF Glenn received her master’s degree and stayed on board with the Orange as a full-time assistant rowing coach. As head of the novice program, she led SU to its best-ever performance, with her novice squads earning silver and bronze medals at the Eastern Association of Women’s Rowing Colleges Sprints. Glenn, a 1988 graduate in American studies at Mount Holyoke College in Holyoke, Mass., was the school’s varsity rowing captain for two years and a varsity letterwinner from 1985-88. She won three Seven Sisters’ Championship titles and a gold medal at the Head of the Connecticut, later becoming the recipient of the Outstanding Senior Athlete Award from Mt. Holyoke. A Clarkston, Mich., native, Glenn has coached rowers of all ages and levels. While at Syracuse, she worked with junior girls at Liverpool High School. Her crews won two gold medals and one silver in the 1990 Empire State Games. She also has coached competitive to elite level master’s women, ages 27 and over. for only the third time since joining the major college ranks in 1989.

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RACHEL SANDER ASSISTANT COACH

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FIRST SEASON AT TENNESSEE MIAMI ‘04

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The University of Tennessee Head Rowing Coach Lisa Glenn announced on Thursday that Rachel Sander has accepted the position of assistant coach for the rowing program. “We are excited about welcoming Rachel to our coaching staff,” said Glenn, who is entering her 15th season as the head coach of the rowing program. “Her background, both as an athlete and staff member in two successful programs, will help our team and make her a valued addition to the Tennessee program.”

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Sander joins Glenn as part of the Big Orange staff after serving a two-year stint as an assistant rowing coach at Nova Southeastern University. During her time at NSU she helped the squad to a Sunshine State Conference Championship in 2012, a 2012 NCAA appearance, and the 2013 NCAA Division II Championship.

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“It is a tremendous honor to be joining Lisa Glenn and the coaching staff at the University of Tennessee,” said Sander. “I am thrilled to be working with such a well-respected program that also has a strong tradition of success. I look forward to contributing to the student-athletes’ overall experience, while also encouraging them to achieve their goals and top speed on the water.” Sander spent five seasons as the director of women’s basketball operations for the University of Miami. Sander’s varied responsibilities included managing the day-to-day operations of the women’s basketball program, scheduling practices, coordinating team travel and managing community and donor relations. Prior to this position, Sander served a two-year shift as the rowing coordinator with Miami’s women’s rowing program. Sander was a four-time letter winner with the Miami rowing team from 2000-2004 and served as a co-captain during her senior year. She helped the team to a program-best runner-up finish at the 2004 BIG EAST Championships. Sander was a member of the first place Women’s Club 8+ at the Head of the Chattahoochee in 2003, at which Miami also took home the total points trophy. During her career at Miami, Sander received a rowing scholarship and was a Henry King Stanford Academic Scholarship recipient. A 2004 graduate from the University of Miami, Sander earned her Bachelor’s Degree in both history and marine affairs and in 2008, Sander graduated with a Master’s of Science in Education in sport administration.

SARAH ARMS ASSISTANT COACH

SECOND SEASON AT TENNESSEE TENNESSEE ‘07 Former Tennessee standout rower Sarah Arms returns to The Hill for her first season as an assistant coach for the Lady Vols. Her primary responsibilities include developing the novice crew and assistant with the varsity and recruiting. A four-year letterwinner at Tennessee, Arms returns to UT after spending four years coaching both juniors and masters rowers as the head coach at the Smoky Mountain Rowing Center. While there, she was responsible for training both adult and junior rowers, coaching both the novice and varsity crews, as well as recruiting new rowers to the program and promoting rowing throughout East Tennessee. While competing at UT, Arms was part of the program-best ninth-place team finish at the 2007 NCAA Championships. She competed at the 2004 NCAAs, as well as helping the Lady Vols to a 10th-place finish in their first team appearance in 2006. Arms graduated from Tennessee with a bachelor’s degree in animal science with a concentration in management and a business minor in 2007. Originally from Orlando, Fla. Arms and her husband Jacob live in Maryville, Tenn. UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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KARLA SASS

DIRECTOR OF ROWING OPERATIONS

13TH SEASON AT TENNESSEE IOWA ‘91

ELLIE KLEIMAN GRADUATE ASSISTANT

FIRST SEASON AT TENNESSEE RUTGERS ‘13

AMY KUUSKOSKI GRADUATE ASSISTANT

FIRST SEASON AT TENNESSEE CHATHAM ‘09

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DR. JIMMY G. CHEEK UT KNOXVILLE CHANCELLOR

tilizers for the developing world. He serves of the board of directors for the Association of Public and Land Grant Universities (APLU), as chairman of the group’s Commission on Food, Environment and Renewable Resources and as a member of the APLU Presidential Advisory Committee on Energy. He serves on the UT-Battelle Board of Governors, the UT Health Sciences Center Board of Directors, the Tennessee Higher Education Commission Master Plan Steering Committee and the UT Athletics Board of Directors. Prior to his UT appointment, Dr. Cheek was a member of the faculty and an administrator at the University of Florida for 34 years, last serving as senior vice president of agricultural and natural resources. Dr. Cheek earned his bachelor’s degree with high honors and his doctorate from Texas A&M University. He received his master’s degree from Lamar University. A native of Texas, he is married to Ileen, and they have two children and two grandchildren.

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Dr. Jimmy G. Cheek became the seventh chancellor of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on Feb. 1, 2009. Through his leadership, the campus is focused on improving the student’s educational experience, enhancing faculty research and scholarship as well as outreach and service. A first-generation college student, Dr. Cheek has set in motion several initiatives to broaden UT Knoxville’s diversity and student access to the university. As the state’s flagship research campus, UT Knoxville is currently ranked as a Top 50 public institution. In early 2010, the campus launched its quest to become one of the Top 25 public research universities in the nation. It helped solidify strategies for growing the research base and graduate programs, improving graduation rates and attracting and retaining top faculty. Dr. Cheek chairs the Board of the International Fertilizer Development Center Advisory Committee, a new global research effort to develop and commercialize clean, environmentally sustainable, cost-effective and renewable fer-

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FIFTH YEAR AT TENNESSEE TEXAS A&M ‘69

DR. DONALD BRUCE

FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE

15TH YEAR AT TENNESSEE DREW UNIVERSITY ‘94 Donald Bruce is the Douglas and Brenda Horne Professor of Business in the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) and the Department of Economics at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He joined the UTK faculty in 1999 after receiving his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from Syracuse University and his B.A. with honors in Economics from Drew University. As a CBER economist, Dr. Bruce regularly provides objective, non-partisan policy research and evaluation under contracts with an array of government agencies at the federal and state levels. His recent work in CBER has included an ongoing evaluation of Tennessee’s welfare program, Families First, for the Tennessee Department of Human Services, an analysis of teacher supply and demand in Tennessee for the Governor’s Office of Education Policy, and a forecast of expenditures on Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarships for the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. In addition to his CBER research, Dr. Bruce studies the economic and behavioral effects of tax policies on such things as small business activity and owner-occupied housing. His work has been presented and published in a variety of academic journals, edited volumes, and professional meetings. He has testified before Congress on the topic of internet taxation, and he presented his work on taxes and small business activity before the President’s

Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform in 2005. Dr. Bruce regularly teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on the economics of taxation and the economics of health and health care. He has recently served as the Director of Graduate Studies in Economics and the Director of the Undergraduate Major in Public Administration. Before becoming Faculty Athletics Representative, Dr. Bruce served for two years as chair of the Athletics Board’s Fiscal Integrity and Long-Range Planning Committee. He has also served as chair of the UTK Faculty Senate’s Budget and Planning Committee. Dr. Bruce is an active member of the National Tax Association, the International Institute of Public Finance, and the American, Southern, and Western Economic Associations. His community service has included numerous economic and policy presentations for state and local organizations, volunteer assistance for the Blount County 4-H Program, and a three-year term on the Board of Directors of the Lisa Ross Birth and Women’s Center, with two of those years as Treasurer. Dr. Bruce lives in Walland, Tenn, with his wife Jennifer, a mathematics professor at Maryville College, and their daughter Annie, age 5.

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DAVE HART

VICE CHANCELLOR/DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS THIRD YEAR AT TENNESSEE ALABAMA ‘71 The University of Tennessee named Dave Hart vice chancellor and director of athletics on Sept. 5, 2011. Hart has held leadership roles in athletics administration at East Carolina University, Florida State University and the University of Alabama. “Dave has done an excellent job of positioning our athletics department to achieve excellence both on the field and in the classroom,” said University of Tennessee Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek. “Our first priority is the student-athlete; Dave has made that his goal from the first day he arrived on campus.” Among the many challenges and goals being addressed in the first two years of his tenure at Tennessee, Hart has led efforts which included the following: • Restructured the athletics department and developed an organizational flow chart. • Redefined the athletic department Mission Statement to focus on the student-athlete. • Created a new Governance Structure going through a “right-sizing” effort in conjunction with the implementation of combining the men and women’s athletic programs into one while setting a direction and vision for all units within the department. • The Compliance Department has been reorganized and capital projects have been reprioritized to dovetail into a strategic plan, which is in the process of being finalized, for the next 5-to-10 years. • Policies and procedures have been strengthened throughout the department, as has overall communication. • Fan experience enhancement options at Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling Arena have been prioritized as well. In December, Hart hired Butch Jones from the University of Cincinnati as the head football coach at the University of Tennessee. Since assuming his new role, Jones has brought a renewed sense of energy and optimism to the program as the Vols approach his first season at the helm. Hart also hired Holly Warlick to follow the legendary Pat Summitt as the head coach of Tennessee’s women’s basketball program, and Warlick led the Lady Vols to the SEC championship, an Elite Eight appearance, and a 27-8 record in her first season. In 2012-13, Tennessee also won national championships in three events and finished third nationally in women’s swimming and diving under Matt Kredich, the former UT women’s coach whom Hart chose to lead a combined men’s and women’s swimming and diving program. Hart also hired Brian Pensky to lead the Tennessee soccer program, and the squad made an NCAA tournament appearance in Pensky’s first season. Also last year, the men’s golf program reached the final round of the NCAA tournament. In just under two years at Tennessee, Hart has worked with Chancellor Jimmy Cheek and Provost Susan Martin to strengthen the long-term financial model for Tennessee Athletics while making considerable strides in improving the academic support structure for UT student-athletes, including the hiring of Dr. Joe Scogin as senior associate athletics director and assistant provost to lead the Thornton Student Life Center. Comprehensive athletic success exemplified Hart’s tenure as the Florida State athletic director, as a combined 35 ACC Championships were won by 10 different Seminole athletic programs during his tenure. Additionally, the Seminole football team won nine ACC titles and appeared in four national championship 12

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games, winning the 1999 BCS National Championship with a Sugar Bowl victory over Virginia Tech. The men’s outdoor track and field team also claimed two national championships during his tenure, while the baseball program appeared in the College World Series five times and the softball program won nine ACC titles and played in the Women’s College World Series. During Hart’s last year at Florida State, the Seminoles finished 15th in the Directors’ Cup, an all-time high for the institution at that time. Additionally, during Hart’s three years at Alabama, the Crimson Tide football team claimed the 2009 BCS National Championship and the individual athletic teams posted a combined eight top-three finishes nationally over the last three years. Hart has more than 20 years of service as a director of athletics. “It is a privilege to be Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics at the University of Tennessee,” Hart said. “To be entrusted to lead one of the nation’s elite athletics programs is an exciting opportunity and one that I cherish.” Highly respected as a visionary and industry leader, Hart’s career has featured service as the president of both the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Division IA Athletics Directors’ Association. A former recipient of the Robert R. Neyland Award honoring lifetime achievement, Hart has also been named by his colleagues as the Athletic Director of the Year for the Southeast Region in both 2000 and 2005, one of a few select individuals to receive the honor multiple times. During his 13 years at Florida State, Hart negotiated unprecedented, multi-million dollar contracts for the department totaling in excess of $175 million. He also devised and executed an extensive and comprehensive facilities master plan for athletics that eclipsed the $150 million mark. Hart initiated a multi-faceted Student Development/Life Skills program for all student-athletes at FSU, an endeavor recognized nationally as a “Program of Excellence” by the Division I-A Athletics Directors’ Association. He spearheaded the rewriting of the department’s mission statement to put the student-athlete at the core of athletic department priorities in its goal to build comprehensive excellence throughout all components of the department. “Dave is as good an athletic director as there is in the country,” legendary Florida State Head Football Coach Bobby Bowden said. “He’s as sharp of an AD as I’ve been around in 57 years. He knows what’s important, and he’s a builder.” Hart took a leadership role in the FSU athletics department’s first major capital campaign, in concert with Seminole Boosters, which raised more than $75 million for athletics facilities and served as the catalyst for a subsequent effort. Within the Facilities Master Plan, there were several state-of-the-art facilities constructed, including a soccer/softball facility, a state-of-theart golf facility and teaching center, a basketball training center and major renovations to the tennis and volleyball facilities. The Moore Athletics Center and Dick Howser Baseball Stadium ranked among the nation’s best. A new aquatics facility and a renovation to the track facility were finalized in 2008. In recognizing Hart’s position within intercollegiate athletics, ACC Commissioner John Swofford said, “Dave Hart is one of the best and most respected athletics administrators in the business. He thoroughly understands the nuances of major college athletics, and he has superb values to go along with his vast experience in the field. He is a proven leader at the conference and national levels.”

ADMINISTRATION sions regarding post-season football format options and similar issues related to the football postseason. In addition to his prominent leadership roles nationally, Hart chaired and had direct involvement with the renegotiations of both of the ACC’s football and basketball television contracts and chaired the ACC Television Committee as well as the ACC Men’s Basketball and Football committees. He also served as Chairman of the NCAA Football Board of Directors where he represented NACDA and served with commissioners of Division I-A conferences as well as past NCAA President Myles Brand. Hart served as Executive Director of Athletics at Alabama from August 2008 until accepting his leadership role with the Volunteers. A 1971 Alabama graduate, Hart played basketball for the Crimson Tide under legendary head coach C.M. Newton and earned a master’s degree from UA in 1972 while working as a graduate assistant basketball coach. A popular speaker at the national level, Hart has made numerous speaking presentations nationally and presented seminars on such topics as student-athlete welfare, marketing, gender equity, facility master planning, negotiation skills and personnel transition. He was an instructor at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Management Institute for 10 years and currently is an annual presenter at the Division I-A Athletics Directors’ Institute sharing with peers his knowledge and experiences relating to athletics administration. Hart met his wife, the former Pam Humble, while at Alabama. Pam is a 1970 graduate of The University of Alabama, and the couple has three children: Rick, who serves currently as the athletic director at SMU, Jamie and Kelly. The Harts are the grandparents of five grandchildren: Trevor, Caroline, McKinley, Olivia and Kingsley.

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While at FSU, Hart made many key hires, including the hiring of FSU’s first two African-American basketball coaches, including current men’s coach Leonard Hamilton, as well as their first African-American senior-level administrator. Under Hart’s direction, FSU formalized a varsity club to encourage the participation of former student-athletes in athletic department activities. He also placed a significant focus on the growth of women’s athletics at FSU, a commitment reflected in increased funding, competitive success and facility upgrades. Academic success also accompanied Hart’s time at FSU, as the school became home to the inaugural National StudentAthlete of the Year, a State of Florida Woman of the Year recipient, and two Rhodes Scholars. A record number of FSU studentathletes made the ACC Academic Honor Roll, were recipients of NCAA post-graduate scholarship awards and obtained degrees. Student-athlete community service involvement became a priority under Hart with student-athletes contributing more than 5,000 hours in community outreach projects. Hart has also earned the Athletics Directors’ Award for advancing the quality and progress of student-athletes and the athletics program while at Florida State. In 2008, he received the James J. Corbett Award, the highest honor bestowed by National Association of College Directors of Athletics. Hart’s commitment to service includes considerable time on numerous national and conference committees, including the NCAA Council, the NCAA Honors and Awards Committee and the NCAA Special Events and Postseason Bowls Committee, and he has been a consultant to the NCAA Student-Athlete Advisory Council. Hart was one of 11 athletic directors nationally who worked with an advisory group of athletic directors to presidents and conference commissioners in ongoing meetings and discus-

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CHRIS FULLER

BRETT HUEBNER

DR. JOE SCOGIN

JIMMY STANTON

DONNA THOMAS

MIKE VOLLMAR

MIKE WARD

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SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR COMMUNICATIONS

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR DEVELOPMENT AND EXTERNAL RELATIONS

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATH. DIRECTOR/SENIOR WOMAN ADMINISTRATOR

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ CFO

SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR/ FOOTBALL ADMIN.

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JOE ARNONE

ANGIE BOYD-KECK

JIMMY DELANEY

TODD DOOLEY

DAVID ELLIOTT

GREG HULEN

ASSOCIATE AD DEVELOPMENT

TYLER JOHNSON

DAVE LAWSON

ASSISTANT AD EVENT MANAGEMENT

JASON MCVEIGH

THOMAS MOATS

CARMEN TEGANO

REW WOODRUFF

DARA WORRELL

JASON YELLIN

KEVIN ZURCHER

STEVE EARLY

ASSOCIATE AD TICKET OPERATIONS

DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE

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DIRECTOR OF IT SERVICES

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ASSOCIATE AD BUSINESS/ INTERNAL AFFAIRS

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DIRECTOR - VOLIFE SKILLS & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

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VARSITY ROSTER Name Erin Allen Kaitlan Aries Taylor Athan Victoria Bartell Bridget Boland Rachel Clagett Courtney Crossley Liz Dickson Victoria Florence Erin Gibbemeyer MaryNell Hayes Katie King Harper Lucas Sarah McAuliffe McDarragh Minnock Jessie Richardson Kahala Schneider Morgan Suffridge Natalie Tavares Allison Toth Taylor Upson Hannah Waddell Rachel Whitaker Rachel White Whitney Wolfe

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Class Hometown SO Folsom, Calif. JR Chuluota, Fla. SR Tampa, Fla. SO Austin, Texas FR Rhinebeck, NY SR Brentwood, Tenn. FR Winter Park, Fla. SR Halifax, Nova Scotia FR Madison, Ala. SO Fairfax, Va. SO Franklin, Tenn. SO Longwood, Fla. SO Roswell, Ga. JR Millis, Mass. JR Pittsburgh, Pa. JR Apopka, Fla. SO Honolulu, Hawaii SO Knoxville, Tenn. FR Fonthill, Ontario JR Oak Ridge, Tenn. FR Winter Garden, Fla. JR Charlotte, NC JR Vonore, Tenn. SR Chattanooga, Tenn. JR Seymour, Tenn.

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High School Folsom Paul J. Hagerty Plant Lake Travis Our Lady of Lourdes Ravenwood Winter Park Halifax Grammar School Bob Jones Robinson Secondary Franklin Lake Brantley Roswell Millis Pine-Richland Lake Brantley La Pietra - Hawaii School for Girls Karns E.L. Crossley Secondary School Oak Ridge West Orange Grace Academy Homeschooled Homeschooled Heritage

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ERIN ALLEN COXSWAIN SOPHOMORE • ANIMAL SCIENCE/BIOLOGY FOLSOM, CALIF. • FOLSOM H.S. •

Coxed the Collegiate 8+ to 8th place with a time of 18:05.09 at the Chattanooga Head Race • Guided the Collegiate 4+ with a time of 19 minutes and 34.46 seconds to 2nd place PERSONAL • Graduated from Folsom High School in Folsom, California • Erin Nicole Allen, daughter of Dan and Vicky, was born on August 29, 1994 • Her goal after college is to get into Vet School • She chose to come to UT because she loved the team atmosphere • Rowed with Upper Watoma Rowing Club, head coach was Chris Manibusan • Qualifed V8+ for nationals her senior year

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2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • At Duke, led her shell to a fifth place finish in the B Fours competition 2012-13 - FRESHMAN • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better • Coxed the 2V4 at The Ohio State Invitational, placing second twice with times of 8:25.47 and 8:48.90. • Led the 2V4+ to a first place finish with a time of 7 minutes and 38.9 seconds against Louisville • Coxed the 2V4+ against Minnesota with a time of 7 minutes and 39.8 seconds on the 2000-meter course

KAITLAN ARIES ROWER

JUNIOR • KINESIOLOGY CHULUOTA, FLA. • PAUL J. HAGERTY 2013-14 - JUNIOR • Part of the Lady Vols’ shell that placed eighth in the women’s open 8+ at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 15 minutes and 55.5 seconds • At Duke, placed sixth with teammate Victoria Florence in the B Pairs race and fifth in the B Fours competition • At the Chattanooga Head Race placed eighth with teammate Kahala Schenider in the collegiate pairs race with a time of 21 minutes and 18.85 seconds • Secured the fourth place spot in the collegiate fours race at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 19 minutes and 1.21 seconds 2012-13 - SOPHOMORE • Awarded a Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, an honor given to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.75 GPA or better • At the Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, received a silver medal with a time of 7:40.99, falling to Oklahoma • In the regular season finale, part of the V4+ which placed fourth against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 7:56.8 • In the varsity four race at the Clemson Invitational, placed sixth with a time of 7:52.6, fourth with a time of 7:34.3 and fifth with a final time of 8:27.6. • Racing in the V4 at The Ohio State Invitational, placed second both times with times of 8:34.83 and 8:37.75. • Placed second against Louisville in the 2V8+ with a time of 6 minutes and 39.5 seconds • Rowed in the 2V8+ against Minnesota with a time

of 6 minutes and 40.8 seconds on the 2000-meter course • Rowed in the Open 8 at the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga placing 8th with a time of 17 minutes and 24.5 seconds • Helped her shell place first in the V4+ with a time of 19 minutes and 56.234 seconds at the Secret City Head Race in Oak Ridge • Placed third in the Collegiate 8+ in fall opener at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 16 minutes and 54.51 seconds 2011-12 - FRESHMAN • Joined novice squad • Started spring at Oak Ridge Invitational, earning two silver medals and a bronze medal with the 2N8+ • Rowed 7 seat in the 2N8+ at the SIRA Championships, finishing sixth overall PERSONAL • Graduated with honors from Paul J. Hagerty High School • Four-year letterwinner in weightlifting, track and wrestling • Finished fifth in state wrestling championships and seventh in weightlifting • Majoring in kinesiology • Wants to become a prosthetist • Her favorite part about rowing at Tennessee is how it helps her to exceed her expectation

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TAYLOR ATHAN ROWER

SENIOR • BIOCHEMICAL & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TAMPA, FLA. • PLANT H.S. 2012-13 - JUNIOR • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better • At Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, placed second in the 2V8+ with a time of 6:50.18 • In the regular season finale, part of the 2V8+ which placed third against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 6:59.7 • Racing in the 2V8 at the Clemson Invitational, finished in third place in both sessions with times of 6:48.5 and 6:37.7. On Sunday, placed second with a time of 7:08.8 • At The Ohio State Invitational, placed second in both varsity eight races with times of 7:23.7 and 7:33.85, respectively • Placed second against Louisville in the V8+ with a time of 6 minutes and 37.9 seconds</li> Rowed in the Open 8 at the Head of the Hooch placing 7th with a time of 17 minutes and 24.4 seconds • Finished fifth at the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga in the Championship 8 with a time of 16 minutes and 39.3 seconds • Helped the Lady Vols place 30th at the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta in Championship 8 with a time of 18 minutes and 11.03 seconds • In fall opener placed second with a time of 16 minutes and 32.15 seconds in the Collegiate 8 at the Chattanooga Head Race 2011-12 - SOPHOMORE • Lifted Tennessee to the 2012 C-USA Championship by helping her 2V8+ shell to gold...Rowed in the 2V8+ all spring • Helped her shell finish the season strong at No. 7 Princeton

Rowed the 2V8+ to a fifth-place petite-final finish at the San Diego Crew Classic • Part of 2V8+ that took one gold and two silver medals at Oak Ridge Invitational • Helped the 2V8+ defeat Central Florida on Lake Pickett • Won gold in the Club 8 at Head of the Charles Regatta • Finished seventh in the Collegiate 4 at the Chattanooga Head Race • Also took eighth in the Collegiate 8 at Chattanooga Head Race • Finished eighth in the Championship 8 at the Head of the Hooch 2010-11 - FRESHMAN • As 3 seat in 2V4+, won first vs. Minnesota • As bow seat in 2V8+, finished second vs. Louisville • At Lake Natoma Invitational, in 2V4+, took home two second place finishes as 3 seat, and third as stroke seat • In 2V8+, finished third • At C-USA regionals, helped 2V8+ shell finish second • Opened college career with a sixth-place finish in Collegiate 8+ at Chattanooga Head Race • Also a member of C8+ shell that finished 16th at Head of the Hooch regatta PERSONAL • Graduated from Plant High School in Tampa, Fla., where she received three varsity letters in rowing • Helped lead her team to regional championships in 2009 and 2010, won the state championship in 2009 • Has two older sisters, Alexandra and Alyssa • Taylor Angelica Athan, daughter of Dee Ann and Stephan Athan, was born on April 3, 1992 in Tampa, Fla

VICTORIA BARTELL ROWER

SOPHOMORE • LOGISTICS AUSTIN, TEXAS • LAKE TRAVIS H.S. 2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • At the Head of the Hooch, helped the Championship 4+ to a first place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 22.0 seconds • Part of the Championship 8+ shell that placed fourth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds • Also placed third in the Open 2- race at the Head of the Hooch with teammate Liz Dickson with a time of 18 minutes and 16.3 seconds • Placed second in pairs against Duke rowing with teammate Liz Dickson, also part of the fours shell that placed third at Duke • Placed second with teammate Liz Dickson in the 18

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pairs division at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 19 minutes and 58.49 seconds • In the collegiate four, with a time of 19 minutes and 1.21 seconds placed fourth at the Chattanooga Head Race 2012-13 - FRESHMAN • Awarded a Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, an honor given to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.75 GPA or better • At Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, placed second in the 2V8+ with a time of 6:50.18 • In the regular season finale, part of the 2V8+ which placed third against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn

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with a time of 6:59.7 Racing in the 2V8 at the Clemson Invitational, finished in third place in both sessions with times of 6:48.5 and 6:37.7. On Sunday, placed second with a time of 7:08.8 Racing in the V4 at The Ohio State Invitational, placed second both times with times of 8:34.83 and 8:37.75 Placed second against Louisville in the 2V8+ with a time of 6 minutes and 39.5 seconds Rowed in the 2V8+ against Minnesota with a time of 6 minutes and 40.8 seconds on the 2000-meter course At the Head of the Charles Regatta rowed the 5

seat in the 2V8+ Placed 4th at the Chattanooga Head Race in the 2V8+ and 2nd in the 2V4+ PERSONAL • Rowed for the Austin Rowing Club • Best high school race performances include; 2012 State Champ in the 4x and 8+, 2012 Regional Champ in the 8+, and 11th at national in 4x • 2011-2012 Most Valuable Rower • Was a member of the National Honor Society in high school • Has one sister, Katelyn • Victoria Bartell, daughter of Scott and Elizabeth, was born on March 29, 1994 •

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BRIDGET BOLAND ROWER

2013-14 - FRESHMAN • At Duke, finished fifth in the B Fours competition • In collegiate racing debut, placed sixth at the Chattanooga Head Race in the collegiate fours race with a time of 19 minutes and 45.06 seconds PERSONAL • Graduated from Our Lady of Lourdes in Poughkeepsie, New York

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FRESHMAN • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT RHINEBECK, NY • OUR LADY OF LOURDES Bridget Ann Boland, daughter of Kristina and Kevin was born on December 30, 1994 She was a NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete in high school and was also a member of the rowing team when they were awarded the NYSSRA Scholar Athlete team award

RACHEL CLAGETT COXSWAIN

SENIOR • GRAPHIC DESIGN WOODBRIDGE, VA • WOODBRIDGE H.S. 2013-14 - SENIOR • Guided the Lady Vols’ Championship 8+ shell to a fourth place finish with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds at the Head of the Hooch • At Duke, coxed her shell to a fourth place finish in the A Fours competition • Led Tennessee’s “A” shell to a first place finish at the Chattanooga Head Race in the collegiate fours with a time of 18 minutes and 33.77 seconds 2012-13 - JUNIOR • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better • At Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, coxed the 2V8+ to a silver-medal finish with a time of 6:50.18. • In the regular season finale, coxed the 2V8+ to a third place finish against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 6:59.7 • Coxing in the 2V8 at the Clemson Invitational, finished in third place in both sessions with times of 6:48.5 and 6:37.7. On Sunday, placed second with a time of 7:08.8. • Led the Lady Vols’ 2V8+ against Louisville to second place with a time of 6 minutes and 39.5 seconds • Coxed the 2V8+ against Minnesota with a time of

6 minutes and 40.8 seconds on the 2000-meter course • At the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga, led her boat to 5th place in the Championship 8 with a time of 16 minutes and 39.3 seconds • With a time of 18 minutes and 26.3 seconds, coxed the Champ 4 to a tied fifth place finish at the Head of the Hooch in the fall finale • Also coxed the Open 8 to a time of 17 minutes and 24.4 seconds at the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga • In fall opener, guided her shell to a second place finish in the Collegiate 8 with a time of 16 minutes and 32.15 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race • Also placed fourth at the Chattanooga Head Race in the Collegiate 4 with a time of 19 minutes and 47.27 seconds 2011-12 - SOPHOMORE • Named to the 2012 C-USA All-Academic Team with her 3.76 GPA as a graphic design major. • Led the 2V4+ to a win at Princeton to close the regular season. • Coxed the V8+ at the San Diego Crew Classic, finishing fourth in the petite final. • Guided the V8+ at Michigan. • Coxed the V8+ to a victory at UCF. • Won a gold and two silver medals at the Oak UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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ROWERS Ridge Invitational Guided the Collegiate 4 to a gold medal at the Chattanooga Head Race • Also coxed Collegiate 8 to a sixth-place finish at the Chattanooga Head Race • Led the Championship 8 to eighth at the Head of the Hooch Regatta 2010-11 - FRESHMAN • Coxed the Novice 8+ shell, placing third against Minnesota • Finished second in the Novice 8+ against Louisville. • At the SIRA regatta in Oak Ridge, Tenn., finished fourth overall in the Novice 8+ • At the Conference USA regional regatta, coxed the •

Novice 8+ to a sixth place finish Coxed the Novice 8+ to a second place finish at the Secret City Head Race • Finished sixth overall in the Novice 8+ at the Head of the Hooch Regatta PERSONAL • Majoring in Graphic Design • Hopes to work in a graphic design firm, and possibly some freelance work • SEC Honor Roll • Born on February 4, 1992 • In the Honors Program at UT •

COURTNEY CROSSLEY ROWER

FRESHMAN • ANTHROPOLOGY WINTER PARK, FLA. • WINTER PARK HS 2013-14 - FRESHMAN • At the Head of the Hooch, helped the Championship 4+ to a first place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 22.0 seconds • Part of the Championship 8+ shell that placed fourth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds • At Duke, placed fourth in the B Pairs race and fourth in the B fours competition • Placed third with teammate Rachel White at the Chattanooga Head Race in the collegiate pairs division with a time of 20 minutes and 4.17 seconds • In the collegiate fours, with a time of 18 minutes and 47.03 seconds placed third at the Chattanooga Head Race PERSONAL • Graduated from Winter Park High School in Winter

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Park, FL Courtney Marie Crossley, daughter of Christina and Walter Crossley was born on June 17, 1995 Plans to major in anthropology at UT Was a member of NHS, SNHS and the Knitting Club at Winter Park Received a Stotesbury Medal here sophomore year (silver, women’s lightweight 8) Choose to come to Tennessee because the atmosphere was warm and welcoming Awarded most improved oarswoman for the 20102011 school year Her high school crew team won the Florida State Championship in 2010 and the Florida Women’s State Championship in 2011 Has one sister, Lauren

LIZ DICKSON ROWER

SENIOR • ENGINEERING HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA • HALIFAX GRAMMAR SCHOOL 2013-14 - SENIOR • At the Head of the Hooch, helped the Championship 4+ to a first place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 22.0 seconds • Part of the Championship 8+ shell that placed fourth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds • Also placed third in the Open 2- race at the Head of the Hooch with teammate Victoria Bartell with a time of 18 minutes and 16.3 seconds • At Duke, placed second in the pairs race with teammate Victoria Bartell and placed third in the A Fours race • Placed second with teammate Victoria Bartell in the pairs division at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 19 minutes and 58.49 seconds • In the collegiate fours, with a time of 19 minutes and 1.21 seconds placed fourth at the Chattanooga 20

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Head Race 2012-13 - JUNIOR • At Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, placed third in the V8+ with a time of 6:37.88. • In the regular season finale, part of the V8+ which placed fourth against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 6:45.0 • Rowing in the first varsity eight at the Clemson Invitational, placed sixth with a time of 6:48.5, fourth with a time of 6:32.6 and third with a time of 6:57.7. • At The Ohio State Invitational, placed second in both sessions in the 2V8 with times of 7:29.8 and 7:35.20. • Placed second against Louisville in the V8+ with a time of 6 minutes and 37.9 seconds • Rowed in the 2V8+ against Minnesota with a time of 6 minutes and 40.8 seconds on the 2000-meter

Collegiate Pair at the Chattanooga Head Race • Also took sixth in C8 2010-11 - FRESHMAN • Finished second against Minnesota, racing as 5 seat in the 2V8+ • Took first place in the 2V8+ against Louisville in 5 seat • Raced in the 2V8+ at the Lake Natoma Invitational, finishing first in one race, and second in two races • Against Princeton, finished third racing in the 2V8+ • At Conference USA regionals, raced in 2 seat, and won a gold medal in the Open 4+ • Finished ninth in the Collegiate 4+ at the Chattanooga Head Race in her first-ever collegiate rowing completion on Oct. 9 PERSONAL • Received a high school diploma with honors, as well as an International Baccalaureate diploma • Was a member of Girl Guides, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Student Council • Received the Duke of Edinburgh award • Played basketball at HGS, serving as captain for her senior year • Led the squad to a Provincial championship in 2010 • Would like to be a biomedical engineer and ultimately attend medical school • Has played the piano for six years • Has an older brother, Andrew Dickson • Elizabeth Jane Dickson, the daughter of Sara Jane Snook and James M. Dickson was born on April 15, 1992 in Halifax, Nova Scotia

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course Finished fifth at the Head of the Hooch in the Championship 8+, completing the course in 16 minutes and 39.3 seconds • In the Championship 4+ at the Head of the Hooch, finished tied for fifth with a time of 18 minutes and 26.3 seconds • At the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, placed 30th in the Championship 8+ with a time of 18 minutes and 11.03 seconds • Began the 2012 season with a third place finish in the Collegiate 8+ with a time of 16 minutes and 32.15 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race • Also raced in the Collegiate 4+ placing second with a time of 19 minutes and 34.49 seconds 2011-12 - SOPHOMORE • Lifted Tennessee to the 2012 C-USA Championship by helping her 2V8+ shell to gold • Rowed the V4+ to a strong performance at Michigan • Led the 2V8+ to an outstanding finish at Princeton • Rowed with the V8+ at the San Diego Crew Classic, finishing fourth in the petite final • Rowed in the V8+ as they defeated Central Florida on Lake Pickett • At the Oak Ridge Invitational, rowed the V8+ to one fold and two silver medals • Earned three gold medals in the fall • First came in Club 8 at Head of the Charles Regatta • Won two golds at the Head of the Hooch in the Championship 4 and C8 • Earned a silver medal with Arin Anderson in the •

VICTORIA FLORENCE ROWER

FRESHMAN • MATERIALS ENGINEERING MADISON, ALA. • BOB JONES HS 2013-14 - FRESHMAN • Part of the Lady Vols’ shell that placed eighth in the women’s open 8+ at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 15 minutes and 55.5 seconds • At Duke, placed sixth with teammate Kaitlan Aries in the B Pairs race and finished fifth in the B fours competition • Placed seventh with teammate Morgan Suffridge in the collegiate pairs race at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 21 minutes and 4.65 seconds • At the Chattanooga Head Race placed sixth in the collegiate fours race with a time of 19 minutes and 45.06 seconds

PERSONAL • Graduated from Bob Jones High School in Madison, Ala. • Victoria Nicole Florence, daughter of Dana and Tom Florence was born on April 25, 1995 • Plans to major in Materials Engineering at Tennessee • A National Merit Scholar, Presidential Scholar Nominee and AP Scholar with Distinction at Bob Jones HS • Rower on the Rocket City Rowing Club (Novice 8+, 7 seat) where her boat placed first at Club Nationals

ERIN GIBBEMEYER ROWER

SOPHOMORE • ANIMAL SCIENCE FAIRFAX, VA. • ROBINSON SECONDARY 2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • Part of the Lady Vols’ shell that placed eighth in the women’s open 8+ at the Head of the Hooch with a

time of 15 minutes and 55.5 seconds At Duke, placed eighth with teammate Hannah Waddell in the B Pairs competition and finished fifth

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ROWERS in the B Fours competition At the Chattanooga Head Race, placed fourth with a time of 20 minutes and 50.71 seconds in the collegiate pairs event with teammate Sarah McAuliffe • Part of a sixth place finish at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 19 minutes and 45.06 seconds in the collegiate fours race 2012-13 - FRESHMAN • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better • At the Conference USA Championships, raced in the Open 4 which placed second with a time of 7:39.73 • In the regular season finale, part of the 2V4+ which placed 3rd against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 7:55.5 • In the 2V4 at the Clemson Invitational, earned second with a time of 7:55.0 and third with a time of 7:36.1. •

Racing in the 2V4 at The Ohio State Invitational, placed second twice with times of 8:25.47 and 8:48.90. • Rowed in the 2V4+ against Minnesota with a time of 7 minutes and 39.8 seconds on the 2000-meter course • Rowed in the D boat in the V8+ placing 8th with a time of 18 minutes and 5.09 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race PERSONAL • Attended Robinson Secondary in Fairfax, Va. • Erin Gibbemeyer, daughter of John and Sherry was born on December 31, 1993 • Has two sisters, Emily and Elizabeth • She also ran Cross Country and Track and Field in high school • After college she hopes to go to vet school • Rowed with Robinson Crew, head coach was Jonathon Barret

MARYNELL HAYES COXSWAIN

SOPHOMORE • HOTEL, RESTAURANT, & TOURISM MGMT. FRANKLIN, TENN. • FRANKLIN H.S. 2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • Coxed the women’s open 8+ at the Head of the Hooch to a eighth place finish with a time of 15 minutes and 55.5 seconds • Led Tennessee’s “D” shell to a sixth place finish at the Chattanooga Head Race in the collegiate fours with a time of 19 minutes and 45.06 seconds 2012-13 FRESHMAN • Part of the novice squad • Awarded a Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, an honor given to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.75 GPA or better • At the Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, coxed the Novice 8 “A” boat that placed fifth with a time of 7:14.88 • Led the Novice 8 against Louisville to a second place finish with a time of 7 minutes and 9 seconds • Coxed the Novice 4 to a first place finish against

Louisville with a time of 8 minutes and 6 seconds Led the “B” boat to fourth place with a time of 20 minutes and 35.297 seconds at the Secret City Head Race PERSONAL • Graduated from Franklin High School in Franklin, Tennessee • MaryNell Hayes, daughter of Mike and Jenny, was born on June 22, 1993 • Her goal after college is to work in the hospitality field and eventually own her own company • She chose to come to UT because of the Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Managment program • Has two sisters, Molly and Meggy •

KATIE KING ROWER

SOPHOMORE • COMMUNICATION DISORDERS LONGWOOD, FLA. • LAKE BRANTLEY H.S.

2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • At the Head of the Hooch, a rower in Tennessee’s ‘B’ shell to the third place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 54.9 seconds • Part of the Championship 8+ shell that placed fourth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds • Also placed fourth in the Open 2- race at the Head of the Hooch with teammate Rachel Whitaker with a time of 18 minutes and 17.6 seconds • At Duke, placed seventh with teammate Rachel Whitaker in the A Pairs competition and placed fourth in the A Fours race 22

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Secured the first place spot in the Chattanooga Head Race in the pairs division with teammate Rachel Whitaker with a time of 19 minutes and 51.50 seconds • Part of the collegiate four that placed first at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 18 minutes and 33.77 seconds 2012-13 - FRESHMAN • At Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, placed third in the V8+ with a time of 6:37.88. • Awarded a Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, an honor given to student-athlete’s

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maintaining a 3.75 GPA or better In the regular season finale, part of the V8+ which placed fourth against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 6:45.0 Rowing in the first varsity eight at the Clemson Invitational, placed sixth with a time of 6:48.5, fourth with a time of 6:32.6 and third with a time of 6:57.7. At The Ohio State Invitational, placed second in both sessions in the 2V8 with times of 7:29.8 and 7:35.20. Placed second against Louisville in the V8+ with a time of 6 minutes and 37.9 seconds Rowed in the V8+ against Minnesota with a time of 6 minutes and 36.6 seconds on the 2000-meter course Finished 5th at the Head of the Hooch in Championship 8 with a time of 16 minutes and 39.3 seconds At the Head of the Charles Regatta rowed the 8 seat in the V8+

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HARPER LUCAS COXSWAIN

SOPHOMORE • KINESIOLOGY ROSWELL, GA. • ROSWELL H.S. 2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • Guided the Lady Vols’ Championship 4+ ‘A’ shell to a gold with a time of 17 minutes and 22 seconds at the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga • At Duke, coxed her shell to a fourth place finish in the B Fours competition • Led Tennessee’s “B” shell to a third place finish at the Chattanooga Head Race in the collegiate fours with a time of 18 minutes and 47.03 seconds 2012-13 - FRESHMAN • Named 2012 C-USA Newcomer of the Year • Lifted Tennessee to the 2012 C-USA Championship by helping her 2V8+ shell to gold • Part of the V4+ that won back-to-back C-USA Boat of the Week honors after handily defeating Central Florida on Lake Pickett, as well as finishing an impressive fourth at the San Diego Crew Classic • Helped the 2V8+ to a strong regular-season finish at No. 7 Princeton • Rowed with the V4+ at Michigan • Rowed with the 2V4+ at the Oak Ridge Invitational,

winning two gold medals and one silver Finished 12th with the Collegiate 4 at the Chattanooga Head Race PERSONAL • Rowed for the Atlanta Junior Rowing Association, coached by Skye Elliot and Julie Price • Best high school race performance includes: 2nd at Southeast Regionals • Rowed at nationals twice • Was awarded the most improved award and the coaches award • Varsity captain for her senior rowing year • Member of the BETA Club • Yearbook underclassmen editor • Was a member of the National Honor Society in high school • Placed in the top 15% of her graduating class • Harper Lucas, daughter of Sarah and Will, was born on July 13, 1993 •

SARAH McAULIFFE ROWER

JUNIOR • SPORT MANAGEMENT MILLIS, MASS. • MILLIS H.S. 2013-14 - JUNIOR • Part of the Lady Vols’ shell that placed eighth in the women’s open 8+ at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 15 minutes and 55.5 seconds • At Duke, part of the shell that placed third in the A Fours competition • In the collegiate pairs event with team mate Erin Gibbemeyer, placed fourth at the Chattanooga

Head Race with a time of 20 minutes and 50.71 seconds • Part of the C boat in the collegiate fours race at the Chattanooga Head Race that placed fourth with a time of 19 minutes and 1.21 seconds 2012-13 - SOPHOMORE • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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or better At Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, placed second in the 2V8+ with a time of 6:50.18. In the regular season finale, part of the 2V8+ which placed third against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 6:59.7 Racing in the 2V8 at the Clemson Invitational, finished in third place in both sessions with times of 6:48.5 and 6:37.7. On Sunday, placed second with a time of 7:08.8. At The Ohio State Invitational, placed second in both varsity eight races with times of 7:23.7 and 7:33.85, respectively. Placed second against Louisville in the 2V8+ with a time of 6 minutes and 39.5 seconds Rowed in the 2V8+ against Minnesota with a time of 6 minutes and 40.8 seconds on the 2000-meter course At the Head of the Hooch Regatta, placed 14th with a time of 17 minutes and 6.2 seconds in the Championship 8+ Also placed seventh in the Open 8 with a time of 17 minutes and 24.4 seconds Finished ninth at the Head of the Charles in Boston in the Club 8 with a time of 17 minutes and 17.17 seconds

Began the fall season with a 4th-place finish in the Collegiate 8+ at that Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 17 minutes and 01.52 seconds • Also placed fourth with a time of 19 minutes and 47.27 seconds in the Collegiate 4+ 2011-12 - FRESHMAN • Traveled with the varsity squad on the spring break training trip to Florida • Competed with the 2V4+, defeating Central Florida on Lake Pickett • Rowed 8 seat in the first novice eight, winning UT’s first SIRA title since 2005 • Competed with the 1N8+ at the Oak Ridge Invitational, taking home one gold, one silver and one bronze medal PERSONAL • Graduated from Millis High School • Track MVP from 2009-11 • Tri-Valley League Track All-Star • Won most improved award in 2008-09 • Studying sport management and wants to work for a college or pro sports team after college • Her favorite thing about rowing at UT is the hard work and her teammates

McDARRAGH MINNOCK ROWER

JUNIOR • SPORT MANAGEMENT MILLIS, MASS. • MILLIS H.S. 2013-14 - JUNIOR • Part of the Lady Vols’ shell that placed eighth in the women’s open 8+ at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 15 minutes and 55.5 seconds • At Duke, part of the shell that placed third in the A Fours competition • At the Chattanooga Head Race, placed ninth in the collegiate pairs race with teammate Hannah Waddell with a time of 21 minutes and 40 seconds • Placed sixth in Chattanooga in the collegiate fours event with a time of 19 minutes and 45.06 seconds 2012-13 - SOPHOMORE • Part of the novice squad • At the Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, part of the Novice 8 “A” boat that placed fifth with a time of 7:14.88 • Rowed the 2nd novice eight boat to a third place

finish with a time of 7 minutes and 26 seconds against Louisville PERSONAL • Born on July 18, 1992 • Graduated from Pine-Richland High School in Pittsburgh, Pa. • Daughter of Tom and Mary Minnock, has 3 sisters, Brianna, Mary, and Noreen • Her goal after college is to go to medical school and travel the world • Played basketball and volleyball in high school, also threw shot put and ran cross country • Was a member of the National Honor Society in high school

JESSIE RICHARDSON COXSWAIN

JUNIOR • ANTHROPOLOGY APOPKA, FLA. • LAKE BRANTLEY H.S. 2013-14 - JUNIOR • At the Head of the Hooch, led Tennessee’s ‘B’ shell to the third place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 54.9 seconds • At Duke, coxed her shell to a third place finish in the A Fours race 24

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2011-12 - FRESHMAN • Led UT’s 2V8+ to gold at the 2012 C-USA Championship, crossing the finish line in 6 minutes 52.40 seconds • Coxed the 2V8+ to a strong regular-season finish at No. 7 Princeton • Guided the 2V8+ at Michigan • Coxed the 2V4+ to a win over Central Florida • Guided the 2V8+ at the Oak Ridge Invitational, winning a gold and to silver medals • Coxed Club 8+ shell to gold medal at Head of the Charles Regatta • Guided Collegiate 4+ to seventh and C8+ to eighth at Chattanooga Head Race • Coxed Championship 8+ to eighth at Head of the Hooch PERSONAL • Coxed her club’s Champ 8+ at Head of the Charles Regatta • Coxed V4+ shell to fourth place overall at Head of the Hooch Regatta • Won state championship with rowing club in 201011 season • City Champions in 2010 and went to nationals in 2010 in the Junior 8 • Was captain of her team in the 2010-11 season • Won Most Team Spirited award • Achieved high school honor roll multiple years, graduated her high school as a student of distinction • Was a member of the National Honor Society

RESULTS

maintaining a 3.75 GPA or better At the Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, led the Varsity 4 to a second place finish with a time of 7:40.99 In the regular season finale, led the V4+ to a fourth place finish against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 7:56.8 Finished in sixth place with the varsity four in the Clemson Invitational with a time of 7:52.6 in the first session, followed by a 7:34.3 fourth place finish in the second. In the second day, placed fifth in the V4 with time of 8:27.6. At the Ohio State Invitational, coxed the varsity eight to two second place finishes with a time of 7:23.7 in the first session and 7:33.85 in the second session. Against Louisville, led the V4+ to second place finishing the course in 7 minutes and 36.3 seconds Coxed the V4+ against Minnesota with a time of 7 minutes and 36.4 seconds on the 2000-meter course With a time of 17 minutes and 24.5 seconds placed 8th at the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga in the Open 8 Guided UT’s V8+ to a 30th-place finish at the prestigious Head of the Charles with a time of 18 minutes and 11.03 seconds Coxed the Collegiate 4+ to a first place finish with a time of 18 minutes and 46.75 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race Led the Collegiate 8+ to a 3rd place finish at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 16 minutes and 54.51 seconds

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KAHALA SCHNEIDER ROWER

SOPHOMORE • BUSINESS HONOLULU, HAWAII • LA PIETRA - HAWAII SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • At the Head of the Hooch, a rower in Tennessee’s ‘B’ shell to the third place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 54.9 seconds • Part of the Championship 8+ shell that placed fourth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds • Also placed fifth in the Open 2- race at the Head of the Hooch with teammate Morgan Suffridge with a time of 18 minutes and 31.5 seconds • At Duke, placed third in the A Pairs race with Rachel White and part of the shell that placed fourth in the A Fours competition • At the Chattanooga Head Race placed eighth with teammate Kaitlan Aries in the collegiate pairs race with a time of 21 minutes and 18.85 seconds • Secured the gold medal spot in the collegiate fours race at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 18 minutes and 33.77 seconds 2012-13 - FRESHMAN • At the Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, raced in the Open 4 which placed second with a time of 7:39.73 • In the regular season finale, part of the V4+ which placed fourth against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 7:56.8

In the varsity four race at the Clemson Invitational, placed sixth with a time of 7:52.6, fourth with a time of 7:34.3 and fifth with a final time of 8:27.6. • Racing in the 2V4 at The Ohio State Invitational, placed second twice with times of 8:25.47 and 8:48.90. • Rowed the 2V4+ to a first place finish with a time of 7 minutes and 38.9 seconds against Louisville • Rowed in the 2V4+ against Minnesota with a time of 7 minutes and 39.8 seconds on the 2000-meter course • In first rowing race of career, rowed in the D boat in the Collegiate 8, placing 8th with a time of 18 minutes and 05.09 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race • Rowed in the open 8 at the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga, placing eighth with a time of 17 minutes and 24.5 seconds PERSONAL • Attended La Pietra in Honolulu, HI • Won the High School State Championship in 2010 and 2012 in canoe paddling • 2011 and 2012 Athlete of the Year at La Pietra • Kahala Schneider, daughter of Piilani and Hargon, was born on June 13, 1994 • Was an avid canoe paddler in Hawaii UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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MORGAN SUFFRIDGE ROWER

SOPHOMORE • UNDECIDED KNOXVILLE, TENN. • KARNS H.S. 2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • At the Head of the Hooch, a rower in Tennessee’s ‘B’ shell to the third place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 54.9 seconds • Part of the Championship 8+ shell that placed fourth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds • Also placed fifth in the Open 2- race at the Head of the Hooch with teammate Kahala Schneider with a time of 18 minutes and 31.5 seconds • At Duke, placed fourth with teammate Courtney Crossley in the B Pairs race and fourth in the B Fours competition • In first race with the varsity team, placed seventh with teammate Victoria Florence in the collegiate pairs race with a time of 21 minutes and 4.65 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race • Part of the “B” shell that placed third at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 18 minutes and 47.03 seconds 2012-13 - FRESHMAN • Part of the novice squad • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA

or better At the Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, part of the Novice 8 “A” boat that placed fifth with a time of 7:14.88 • Part of the Novice 8 against Louisville that took second place with a time of 7 minutes and 9 seconds • Rowed the Novice 4 to a first place finish against Louisville with a time of 8 minutes and 6 seconds • Placed first at the Secret City Head Race with a time of 19 minutes and 27.968 seconds PERSONAL • Graduated from Karns High School in Knoxville • Morgan Leigh Suffridge, daughter of Donna and Scott, was born on April 10, 1994 • Her greatest accomplishment outside of rowing was graduating in the top 10% of her class with a 4.13 GPA • She lived in Hawaii for four years • Has one sister, Amanda • Her goal after college is to go to graduate school • Played softball and ran cross country in high school •

NATALIE TAVARES ROWER

FRESHMAN • BUSINESS FONTHILL, ONTARIO • E.L. CROSSLEY SECONDARY SCHOOL 2013-14 - FRESHMAN • Part of the Lady Vols’ shell that placed eighth in the women’s open 8+ at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 15 minutes and 55.5 seconds PERSONAL • Natalie Jane Tavares, daughter of Rosanna Siolkowsky and Nelson Tavares was boring on March 15, 1995 • Won both Stotesbury gold and CSSRA gold in 2012

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ALLISON TOTH ROWER

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Rowed in the bow of the 1N8+ at SIRAs, taking home UT’s first SIRA crown since 2005 • Competed with the first novice eight at the Oak Ridge Invitational, winning a gold, silver and a bronze medal • Awarded the Commisioner’s Academic Award PERSONAL • Graduated from Oak Ridge High School • Allison Toth, daughter of Bill and Cathy Toth, was born on November 15, 1992 in Oak Ridge • Has two brothers, Paul and AJ • Also run cross country and track and field in high school, head coach was Allen Etheridge

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of 17 minutes and 6.2 seconds at the Head of the Hooch • Raced at the Head of the Charles in the Club 8 and with a time of 17 minutes and 17.17 seconds placed ninth • Contributed to the team’s 4th place finish in the Collegiate 8+ at the Chattanooga Head Race • Rowed with the collegiate 4+ at the Chattanooga Head Race placing 4th with a time of 19 minutes and 47.27 seconds 2011-12 - FRESHMAN • Traveled with the varsity to train over spring break in Florida • Competed with the 2V4+, defeating UCF on Lake Pickett

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TAYLOR UPSON ROWER

2013-14 - FRESHMAN • At Duke, coxed the her shell to a first place finish in the Novice 6 competition PERSONAL • Graduated from West Orange High School in Winter Garden, Florida • Taylor Meghan Upson, daughter of Andrea Pratt and Daniel Upson, was born on July 26, 1995 • Plans to major in marketing at UT

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FRESHMAN • MARKETING WINTER PARK, FLA. • WEST ORANGE H.S. Member of the Latin Club in high school Named an All-American for the Orlando Area Rowing Society in 2013 Won first at the ERG Springs with the Orlando Rowing Society in 2012 Part of the boat that won the OARS Regatta in 2011 Placed third at the state championship for her high school in 2012

HANNAH WADDELL ROWER

SOPHOMORE • KINESIOLOGY CHARLOTTE, N.C. • GRACE ACADEMY 2013-14 - SOPHOMORE • Part of the Lady Vols’ shell that placed eighth in the women’s open 8+ at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 15 minutes and 55.5 seconds • At Duke, placed eighth with teammate Erin Gibbemeyer in the B Pairs race and finished fourth in the B Fours competition • At the Chattanooga Head Race, placed ninth in the collegiate pairs race with teammate McDarragh Minnock with a time of 21 minutes and 40 seconds • Secured the third place slot in the collegiate fours race in Chattanooga with a time of 18 minutes and 47.03 seconds 2012-13 - FRESHMAN • Part of the novice squad • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better • At the Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, part of the Novice 8 “B” boat that placed seventh with a time of 7:32.36 • Part of the Novice 8 against Louisville that took second place with a time of 7 minutes and 9 seconds • Rowed the Novice 4 to a first place finish against

Louisville with a time of 8 minutes and 6 seconds Placed fourth at the Secret City Head Race with a time of 20 minutes and 35.297 seconds, taking one gold, one silver and one bronze medal PERSONAL • Graduated from Grace Academy in Charlotte, N.C. • Hannah Elizabeth Waddell, daughter of Robert and Phyllis Waddell, was born on July 1, 1994 • Has one sister, Chelsea and one brother, Jonathan • Was a member of the competitve dance team in high school • Her goal after college is to attend physical therapy school • Her favorite thing about rowing is being part of a team that pushes her to be better • She loves UT because of the mountains •

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RACHEL WHITAKER ROWER

JUNIOR • MEDICAL ENGINEERING VONORE, TENN. • HOMESCHOOLED 2013-14 JUNIOR • At the Head of the Hooch, a rower in Tennessee’s ‘B’ shell to the third place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 54.9 seconds • Part of the Championship 8+ shell that placed fourth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds • Also placed fourth in the Open 2- race at the Head of the Hooch with teammate Katie King with a time of 18 minutes and 17.6 seconds • At Duke, placed seventh with teammate Katie King in the A Pairs race and fourth in the A Fours race • Secured first place in fall season opener at the Chattanooga Head Race in the pairs division with teammate Katie King with a time of 19 minutes and 51.50 seconds • Part of the collegiate four that placed first at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 18 minutes and 33.77 seconds 2012-13 - SOPHOMORE • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better • At the Conference USA Championship held on Melton Hill Lake, raced in the varsity 4, which placed second with a time of 7:40.99 • In the regular season finale, part of the V4+ which placed fourth against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 7:56.8 • In the varsity four race at the Clemson Invitational, placed sixth with a time of 7:52.6, fourth with a time of 7:34.3 and fifth with a final time of 8:27.6.

At The Ohio State Invitational, placed second in both sessions in the 2V8 with times of 7:29.8 and 7:35.20. • Placed second against Louisville in the 2V8+ with a time of 6 minutes and 39.5 seconds • Rowed in the V8+ against Minnesota with a time of 6 minutes and 36.6 seconds on the 2000-meter course • In fall finale, placed 5th in the Championship 8+ with a time of 16 minutes and 36.3 seconds • Rowed in the Open 8+ placing 7th completing the course in 17 minutes and 24.4 seconds • In Oak Ridge for the Secret City Head Race, placed first with a time of 19 minutes and 56.234 seconds in the Varsity 4+ • At the Chattanooga Head Race, placed 3rd with a time of 16 minutes and 54.51 seconds in the Collegiate 8 • In the Collegiate 4+ placed 6th with a time of 20 minutes and 7.39 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race 2011-12 - FRESHMAN • Rowed in the bow pair of the 2012 SIRA Champion first novice eight • At the Oak Ridge Invitational, helped the 1N8+ take gold, silver and bronze medals PERSONAL • Homeschooled • Placed second at the Southeastern Regional Mountain Biking Championships and third in the Tennessee State Mountain Biking Championships

RACHEL WHITE ROWER

SENIOR • PSYCHOLOGY CHATTANOOGA, TENN. • HOMESCHOOLED 2013-14 - SENIOR • At the Head of the Hooch, helped the Championship 4+ to a first place finish with a time of 17 minutes and 22.0 seconds • Part of the Championship 8+ shell that placed fourth at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 28.4 seconds • At Duke, placed third in the pairs race with teammate Kahala Schneider and part of the fours shell that placed fourth in the A Fours race • Placed third in the pair division with teammate Courtney Crossley with a time of 20 minutes and 4.17 seconds at the Chattanooga Head Race • In the collegiate fours, with a time of 18 minutes and 47.03 seconds placed third at the Chattanooga Head Race

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2012-13 - JUNIOR • Named to the 2012-13 C-USA Honor Roll, an honor awarded to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better • At Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, placed third in the V8+ with a time of 6:37.88 • In the regular season finale, part of the V8+ which placed fourth against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 6:45.0 • With a time of 6:46.4, finished in sixth place in the first varsity eight at the Clemson Invitational. In the second session, placed fourth with a time of 6:32.6. On Sunday, placed third with time of 6:57.7 • At The Ohio State Invitational, placed second in both varsity eight races with times of 7:23.7 and 7:33.85, respectively

Chattanooga Head Race Won the Championship 8+ at the Head of the Hooch • Finished sixth in the Collegiate 8+ at the Chattanooga Head Race 2010-11 - FRESHMAN • Rowed in V8+ during the spring • Part of V8+ that beat Minnesota and finished second to Louisville • Finished second at C-USA Regatta • Placed fourth against Princeton • Had an extremely impressive debut at Rocky Top, taking home three gold medals • Capped off her strong fall campaign with a firstplace finish in the Collegiate 8+ at the Head of the Hooch Regatta • Made the trip to Boston to compete with the eights at the Head of the Charles Regatta on Oct. 24, taking home a 10th-place finish • Captured two gold medals in her first-ever collegiate race, the Chattanooga Head Race PERSONAL • Member of the Chattanooga Youth Orchestra • Lists painting and being with her family among her hobbies • Was boat partners with Joanna Poinsatte, who currently rows at Notre Dame • Her father and grandfather attended Tennessee • Lists Eric Liddel as an athlete who she idolizes • Has seven siblings, Hannah, Luke, Gracie, Calvin, Addie, Ellie and Maggie • Rachel Faith White, daughter of Jon and Patte White, was born on Dec. 6, 1991 in Knoxville, Tenn •

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Placed second against Louisville in the V8+ with a time of 6 minutes and 37.9 seconds • Rowed in the V8+ against Minnesota with a time of 6 minutes and 36.6 seconds on the 2000-meter course • Placed 5th at the Head of the Hooch with a time of 16 minutes and 39.3 seconds in the Championship 8 • Also rowed in the Open 8 at the Head of the Hooch placing 7th with a time of 17 minutes and 24.4 seconds • Rowed in the Championship 8 at the prestigious Head of the Charles placing 30th with a time of 18 minutes and 11.03 seconds • At the Chattanooga Head Race placed 2nd in the Collegiate+ with a time of 16 minutes and 32.15 seconds 2011-12 - SOPHOMORE • Named to 2012 C-USA All-Conference Team • Lifted Tennessee to the 2012 C-USA Championship by helping her V8+ shell to the first varsity eight title • Rowed with the Lady Vols’ first varsity eight all season • Guided the V8+ to a fourth-place finish in the petite final of the San Diego Crew Classic • Lifted the V8+ to a great regular-season finish at No. 7 Princeton • Helped the V8+ defeat UCF on Lake Pickett • Rowed with the V8+ at the Oak Ridge Invitational, taking one gold and two silver medals • Claimed gold at Head of the Charles Regatta in the Club 8+ • Won Collegiate Pair with Evelyn Radford at the

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JUNIOR • MATHEMATICS SEYMOUR, TENN. • HERITAGE H.S. 2013-12 - JUNIOR • At the Chattanooga Head Race, placed first with a time of 18 minutes and 33.77 seconds in the collegiate fours race 2012-13 - SOPHOMORE • Awarded a Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal, an honor given to student-athlete’s maintaining a 3.75 GPA or better • At Conference USA Championships held on Melton Hill Lake, placed second in the 2V8+ with a time of 6:50.18. • In the regular season finale, part of the 2V8+ which placed third against Princeton, Dartmouth and Penn with a time of 6:59.7 • Racing in the 2V8 at the Clemson Invitational, finished in third place in both sessions with times of 6:48.5 and 6:37.7. On Sunday, placed second with a time of 7:08.8. • At The Ohio State Invitational, placed second in both sessions in the 2V8 with times of 7:29.8 and 7:35.20. • Against Louisville, rowed in the V4+ finishing second place with a time of 7 minutes and 36.3 seconds • Rowed in the V4+ against Minnesota with a time of 7 minutes and 36.4 seconds on the 2000-meter course

In fall finale at the Head of the Hooch, placed 14th with a time of 17 minutes and 6.2 seconds in the Championship 8 • In the Open 8 placed 7th with a time of 17 minutes and 24.4 seconds at the Head of the Hooch in Chattanooga • At the prestigious Head of the Charles, placed ninth in the Club 8 with a time of 17 minutes and 17.17 seconds • Placed 4th at the Chattanooga Head Race in the Collegiate 8+ with a time of 17 minutes and 1.52 seconds • In the Collegiate 4 at the Chattanooga Head Race with a time of 20 minutes and 7.39 seconds placed 6th 2011-12 FRESHMAN • Rowed the 6 seat in the 2012 SIRA champ first novice eight • Raced with the 1N8+ at the Oak Ridge Invitational, taking one gold, one silver and one bronze medal PERSONAL • Graduated fifth in her class at Heritage High School • Four-year letterwinner in basketball • Majoring in mathematics • She wants to become a dentist after college

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Name Class Hometown Kaitlyn Bailey Fr. Greeneville, Tenn. Brueck Ball Fr. Nashville, Tenn. Ashley Basham Fr. Woodbury, Tenn. Estonia Black Fr. Knoxville, Tenn. Megan Dishman Fr. Rock Island, Tenn. Kasey Fleenor Fr. Rogersville, Tenn. Olenka Galaska Fr. Mooresville, NC Sierra Gillis Fr. Waverly, Tenn. Marlee Jennings Fr. Johnson City, Tenn. Jenturah Johnson Fr. Memphis, Tenn. Lauren Krawczyk Fr. Maryville, Tenn. Haileigh Norris Fr. Memphis, Tenn. Presley Powers Fr. South Pittsburg, Tenn. Seneca Propst Fr. Honedale, Penn. Kimberly Troutman Fr. Kingsport, Tenn. Kaitlyn Wallce Fr. Trenton, Tenn. Candace Walton So. Roswell, Ga.

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3rd “A” 7:26.59 NOVICE 8+ CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE 4th “A” 7:47.99 Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 14, 1995 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING VARSITY 8+ ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIP 2nd “A” 16:44.7 Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 20, 1996 OPEN 4+ VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 17:51.9 6th “A” N/A NOVICE 8+ VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 3rd “A” 18:28.4 4th “A” 7:04.2 NOVICE 4+ LIGHTWEIGHT 4+ 2nd ���A” 19:09.6 2nd “A” HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE 8:35.8 Knoxville, Tenn. - October 21, 1995 OPEN 8+ FALL 1996 RESULTS 2nd “A” 18:21.75 VARSITY 4+ HEAD OF THE OHIO 1st “A” 19:54.03 Pittsburgh, Pa. - October 5, 1996 NOVICE 8+ CLUB 4+ 9th “A” 21:03.07 1st “A” 13:23.0 NOVICE 4+ CLUB 8+ 6th “A” 23:34.99 1st “A” 12:58.9 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Atlanta, Ga. - November 4, 1995 Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 12, 1996 CLUB VARSITY 8+ Team Champions 15th “A” 22:49 VARSITY 8+ VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 15:39.7 7th “A” 23:53 VARSITY 4+ NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 16:53.8 7th “A” 22:24 2nd “B” 17:16.7 VARSITY 8+ NOVICE 8+ 11th “A” 20:30 1st “A” 16:32.5 VARSITY 4+ NOVICE 4+ 6th “A” 23:32 2nd “A” 17:48.6 CLOUTER CREEK CHALLENGE HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Charleston, S.C. - November 18, 1995 Knoxville, Tenn. - October 19, 1996 VARSITY 8+ Team finished second 3rd “A” 13:09 VARSITY 8+ VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 17:10.07 1st “A” 17:39 VARSITY 4+ NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 19:27.00 2nd “A” 14:23 NOVICE 8+ NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 17:56.00 5th “A” 15:52 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Atlanta, Ga. - November 2, 1996 SPRING 1996 RESULTS Team finished third CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ AUGUSTA INVITATIONAL 1st “A” 23.00 Augusta, Ga. - March 23, 1996 NOVICE/CLUB 4+ VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 24.12 3rd “A” N/A NOVICE/CLUB 8+ JUNIOR VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 21.40 4th “B” N/A CLUB 4+ CLEMSON SPRINTS 2nd “A” 23.25 Clemson, S.C. - March 30, 1996 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ VARSITY 8+ 3rd 12th “A” 1st “A” 7:07.7 22.40 VARSITY 4+ 13th “A” 22.42 1st “A” 8:27.1 15th “A” 23.10 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 7:35.4 SPRING 1997 RESULTS 3rd “B” 8:03.8 4th “C” N/A TENNESSEE CUP GEORGE WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL Knoxville, Tenn. - March 8, 1997 Washington, D.C. - April 13, 1996 Team Champions Team tied for eighth VARSITY 4+ VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 5:26.8 32

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VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:18.4 GEORGE WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL Washington, D.C. - April 12, 1997 Team finished fifth VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” N/A NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” N/A SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 19, 1997 JUNIOR VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 8:15.4 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:00.4 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 7:22.2 LIGHTWEIGHT 8+ 5th “A” 7:41.3 MIDWEST CHAMPIONSHIPS Madison, Wis. - April 26, 1997 VARSITY 4+ 3rd “A” 6:57.3 CHAMPION INTERNATIONAL REGATTA Gainesville, Ga. - May 11, 1997 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” N/A LEXUS CUP/CENTRAL REGION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 17, 1997 Team finished fifth LIGHTWEIGHT 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 1st “A” 7:35.7 VARSITY 4+ (GRAND FINAL) 3rd “A” 7:56.8 SECOND NOVICE 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 3rd “A” 8:13.2 NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 7:23.8 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Rancho Cordova, Calif. - May 29-June 1, 1997 VARSITY 4+ 9th “A” 8:05.4

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2nd “B” 6:07.8 NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 6:06.1 2nd “B” 6:20.4 PAIRS 2nd “A” 7:12.9 LEXUS INVITATIONAL Oak Ridge, Tenn. - March 15, 1997 Team Champions VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:03.8 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:22.7 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 6:43.2 2nd “B” 7:04.2 NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 7:56.1 FLORIDA CREW CLASSIC Gainesville, Fla. - March 22, 1997 Team Champions VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” N/A VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” N/A LIGHTWEIGHT 8+ 1st “A” N/A JUNIOR VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” N/A NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” N/A LIGHTWEIGHT 4+ 1st “A” N/A NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” N/A JUNIOR VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” N/A NOVICE 4+ 2nd “A” N/A NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” N/A SECOND LIGHTWEIGHT 4+ 3rd “A” N/A MIAMI (FLA.) Miami, Fla. - March 27, 1997 JUNIOR VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 8:36.0 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 7:26.5 3rd “B” 8:16.0 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:52.4 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:28.7 JUNIOR VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 8:36.0 OHIO STATE Columbus, Ohio - April 5, 1997 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 8:02.6 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 8:10.0 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 8:04.0 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 8:44.0

FALL 1997 RESULTS CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 11, 1997 Team finished second VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 16:23.39 NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 18:13.28 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 18:03.38 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 17:56.99 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Knoxville, Tenn. - October 25, 1997 Team finished second VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 16:52.33 NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 18:10.55 VARSITY 4+ UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 18:23.00 LIGHTWEIGHT 4+ 1st “A” 20:11.16 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Atlanta, Ga. - November 1, 1997 Team finished second NOVICE 8+ 1st “B” 19:35 CLUB 8+ 1st “A” 18:22 VARSITY 4+ 4th “A” 20:29 CLUB 4+ 1st “A” 20:28 LIGHTWEIGHT 4+ 14th “A” 23:44 VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 18:42 SPRING 1998 RESULTS TENNESSEE CUP Nashville, Tenn. - March 8, 1998 Team finished second VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” N/A 2nd “B” N/A VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” N/A 2nd “B” N/A NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” N/A 2nd “B” N/A NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” N/A VARSITY 2x 3rd “A” N/A LEXUS INVITATIONAL Oak Ridge, Tenn. - March 14, 1998 Team finished third NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:09.9 VARSITY 4+ 4th “A” 7:48.0 NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 7:45.4 VARSITY 8+ 4th “A” 7:18.1 OHIO STATE Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 4, 1998 Team finished second VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:51.7 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 6:47.3 VARSITY 4+ 1st “C” 7:26.7 GEORGE WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL Washington, D.C. - April 11, 1998 Team finished seventh (tie) NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 6:06.08 VARSITY 4+ 34

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3rd “A” 6:49.05 VARSITY LIGHTWEIGHT 8+ 3rd “A” 6.00.18 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 18, 1998 Team champions NOVICE LIGHTWEIGHT 4+ 1st “A” 5:50.00 VARSITY LIGHTWEIGHT 8+ 3rd “A” 6:38.25 VARSITY 4+ 4th “A” 7:26.30 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 6:47.41 JUNIOR VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:35.18 NOVICE 4+ 3rd “A” 7:24.46 MIDWEST ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP Madison, Wis. - April 25, 1998 NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 7:52.10 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:22.50 VARSITY LIGHTWEIGHT 8+ 4th “A” 6:46.86 IOWA TRI-MEET Solon, Iowa - May 2, 1998 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 9:48.52 VARSITY LIGHTWEIGHT 8+ 1st “A” 9:52.40 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:47.53 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:37.15 VARSITY LIGHTWEIGHT 4+ 1st “A” 8:59.40 LEXUS CUP/CENTRAL REGION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 16, 1998 Team finished sixth VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 3rd “A” 7:01.01 VARSITY LIGHTWEIGHT 8+ 1st “A” 6:34.90 FALL 1998 RESULTS CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 10, 1998 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 15:59.10 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 17:48.95 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 17:58.80 NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 18:20.57 2nd “B” 19:21.13 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 17-18, 1998 CLUB 8+ 24th “A” 18:45.59 VARSITY 8+

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38th “A” SECOND VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 17:46.10 2nd “B” 7:14.40 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) Knoxville, Tenn. - October 31, 1998 4th “A” 7:38.70 VARSITY 8+ SECOND NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 17:07.66 2nd “B” 7:55.40 VARSITY 4+ VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 19:10.14 2nd “A” 8:33.50 2nd “B” 19:16.07 SECOND VARSITY 4+ HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE 3rd “B” 8:42.80 Gainesville, Ga. - November 7, 1998 VARSITY 8+ FALL 1999 RESULTS 1st “A” 18:46.5 VARSITY 4+ CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE 7th “A” 22:01.7 Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 9, 1999 NOVICE 8+ Team finished second 2nd “A” 19:57.0 VARSITY 8+ CHATTAHOOCHEE CHASE 1st “A” 15:45.51 Gainesville, Ga. - November 8, 1998 2nd “B” 16:10.98 VARSITY 8+ 3rd “C” 16:25.69 2nd “A” 18:51.5 VARSITY 4+ VARSITY 4+ 1st “B” 18:11.13 2nd “A” 21.48.8 2nd “A” 18:28.42 NOVICE 8+ NOVICE 4+ 2nd “A” 20.21.3 1st “A” 17:52.58 VARSITY 2x 1st “B” 18:49.22 SPRING 1999 RESULTS 2nd “A” 19:01.92 3rd “D” 19:20.18 MICHIGAN STATE & CLEMSON 4th “C” East Lansing, Mich. - April 3, 1999 19:36.15 Team finished third HEAD OF THE CHARLES VARSITY 8+ Boston, Mass. - October 23-24, 1999 3rd “A” 6:30.00 CLUB 8+ VARSITY 4+ “A” 19:27.72 3rd “A” 7:46.35 16th VARSITY 8+ NOVICE 8+ “A” 18:57.46 3rd “A” 7:32.22 43rd HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE GEORGE WASHINGTON INVITATIONAL Knoxville, Tenn. - October 23, 1999 Washington, D.C. - April 10, 1999 VARSITY 8+ Team finished 12th 3rd “B” 18:10.00 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 2nd “B” 6:55.31 VARSITY 2x 1st “A” 23:18.13 VARSITY 4+ 4th “A” 8:08.99 NOVICE 8+ 10th “A” 22:34.63 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Gainesville, Ga. - November 6, 1999 Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 17, 1999 VARSITY 8+ Team finished ninth 6th “A” 19:46.4 VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 2nd “A” 7:02.2 CLUB 8+ 2nd “A” 20:15.1 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 5th “A” 8:25.0 VARSITY 4+ 13th “A” 21:56.9 JUNIOR VARSITY 8+ 3rd “B” 7:04.0 CLUB 4+ 4th “A” 22:53.8 NOVICE 8+ 6th “B” 7:30.9 VARSITY 2x 2nd “A” 23:50.8 MIDWEST CHAMPIONSHIPS NOVICE 8+ Madison, Wis. - May 1-2, 1999 8th “A” 22:18.0 VARSITY 8+ (SEMIFINAL) CHATTAHOOCHEE CHASE 5th “A” 6:29.89 Gainesville, Ga. - November 7, 1999 JUNIOR VARSITY 8+ 6th “A” 6:36.50 VARSITY 8+ 5th “A” 18:56.1 LEXUS CENTRAL SPRINTS NOVICE 8+ Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 15, 1999 4th “A” 21:33.5 Team finished seventh (tie) VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 6th “A” 7:06.20 SPRING 2000 RESULTS 35

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SECOND VARSITY 8+ 6th “A” 6:34.23 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 7:14.23 VARSITY 8+ 6th “A” 6:27.45 LEXUS CENTRAL SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 13-14, 2000 Team finished 12th (tie) SECOND VARSITY 4+(PETITE FINAL) 2nd “A” 7:30.1 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 5th “A” 8:25.4 SECOND NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 4th “A” 7:31.9 NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 4th “A” 7:30.0 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (C FINAL) 2nd “A” 7:00.7 VARSITY 8+ (C FINAL) 1st “A” 6:47.5 FALL 2000 RESULTS HEAD OF THE OHIO Pittsburgh, Pa. - October 7, 2000 NOVICE 4+ 10th “A” 20:07.02 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 18:25.60 VARSITY 8+ 10th “A” 16:43.70 HEAD OF LAKE HARTWELL Clemson, S.C. - October 14, 2000 VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 20:18 4th “B” 20:57 NOVICE 8+ 5th “B” 26:17 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 22:49 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 23:30 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Knoxville, Tenn. - October 28, 2000 Team finished fifth NOVICE 8+ 9th “D” 20:32.1 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 18:27.7 VARSITY 2x 1st “A” 20:20.9 VARSITY 8+ 1st “B” 17:05.3 2nd “A” 17:38.3 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Gainesville, Ga. - November 4, 2000 Team finished seventh (tie) NOVICE 8+ 6th “A” 20:09.5 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 19:06.9 2nd “B” 19:19.7 VARSITY 2x 5th “A” 20:51.3 CHATTAHOOCHEE CHASE

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VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:52.65 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:58.10 CLEMSON INVITATIONAL Clemson, S.C. - March 24, 2001 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 7:16.0 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 1st “B” 7:25.6 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “B” 6:58.1 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:43.2 LOUISVILLE Knoxville, Tenn. - March 31, 2001 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 7:06.2 2nd “B” 7:23.3 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:35.2 2nd “B” 6:48.7 NOVICE 4+ 1st “A” 7:56.0 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:30.6 2nd “B” 7:36.6 SAN DIEGO CREW CLASSIC San Diego, Calif. - April 7-8, 2001 VARSITY 8+ (CAL CUP GRAND FINALS) 2nd “A” 7:19.63 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (JV HEAT C) 5th “B” 7:28.97 INDIANA CUP Bloomington, Ind. - April 14, 2001 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:56.90 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 3rd “B” 7:47.21 NOVICE 8+ 4th “A” 7:19.26 SECOND VARSITY 8+

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NOTRE DAME Knoxville, Tenn. - March 17, 2001 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “B” 6:29.60 THIRD NOVICE 8+ 2nd “C” 8:23.15 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:17.86 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 2nd “B” 7:18.90

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2nd “B” 6:58.88 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:42.53 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 20-21, 2001 Team finished third NOVICE 8+ (HEAT A) 4th “A” 7:29.42 NOVICE 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 3rd “A” 8:37.63 SECOND NOVICE 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 2nd “B” 7:34.48 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 2nd “B” 7:10.60 VARSITY 4+ (GRAND FINAL) 5th “A” 8:07.79 VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 6th “A” 7:14.22 LEXUS SOUTH/CENTRAL SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 12-13, 2001 Team finished 11th NOVICE 8+ (C FINAL) 1st “A” 7:16.3 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 3rd “A” 7:56.7 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 2nd “B” 6:59.9 VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 6th “A” 6:54.3 SECOND NOVICE 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 2nd “B” 7:23.8

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Gainesville, Ga. - November 5, 2000 NOVICE 8+ 6th “A” 20:10 VARSITY 4+ 1st “B” 20:04 2nd “A” 20:18 3rd “C” 20:57 VARSITY 2x 1st “B” 21:52 2nd “A” 22:54 3rd “C” 23:44

FALL 2001 RESULTS CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 13, 2001 Team champions VARSITY 8+ 1st “B” 16:15.07 2nd “A” 16:23.49 VARSITY 2x 1st “D” 15:11.52 2nd “C” 15:36.69 3rd “E” 16:23.14 4th “B” 16:45.88 5th “A” 17:00.29 6th “F” 17:38.77 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 14:21.03 2nd “B” 14:21.31 VARSITY 4+ 1st “D” 13:54.48 2nd “B” 14:14.98 3rd “C” 14:23.51 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 20, 2001 CLUB 8+ 1st “A” 17:31.82 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Knoxville, Tenn. - October 20, 2001 Team finished fourth NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 19:32.00 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 19:23.49 UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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RESULTS VARSITY 2x 3rd “A” 23:08.90 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 17:58.84 HEAD OF THE SCHUYLKILL Philadelphia, Pa. - October 27, 2001 CLUB 8+ 1st “A” 15:17.26 VARSITY 8+ 6th ”A” 14:57.21 VARSITY 4+ 9th “A” 16:29.87 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Gainesville, Ga. - November 3, 2001 Team finished fifth NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 19:06.6 2nd “B” 19:27.7 CLUB 8+ 1st “A” 17:27.3 VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 17:26.0 CLUB 4+ 1st “B” 19:45.6 OPEN 2x 3rd “A” 22:08.9 VARSITY 4+ 6th “A” 19:33.0 CHATTAHOOCHEE CHASE Gainesville, Ga. - November 4, 2001 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 20:43.3 CLUB 4+ 1st “A” 20:01.8 2nd “B” 20:11.0 VARSITY 2x 1st “A” 20:56.9 2nd “B” 25:02.3 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 19:39.1 SPRING 2002 RESULTS NOTRE DAME Knoxville, Tenn. - March 16, 2002 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:52.13 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:40.70 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 8:15.10 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:41.6 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:26.8 MINNESOTA Knoxville, Tenn. - March 23, 2002 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:48.0 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:41.7 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:20.7 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:42.0 THIRD VARSITY 8+ 38

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CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 12, 2002 Team champions VARSITY 8+ 1st “B” 15:46.17 2nd “A” 16:03.06 VARSITY 2x 1st “D” 19:05.80 2nd “E” 19:14.95 3rd “C” 19:17.65 4th “A” 19:38.75 5th “F” 19:39.43 6th “B” 20:05.92 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “B” 18:52.83 3rd “A” 19:18.12 VARSITY 4+ 1st “C” 17:40.04 2nd “A” 17:45.55 7th “B” 18:23.47 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 19-20, 2002 CLUB 8+ 1st “A” 17:07.64 VARSITY 8+ 25th “B” 17:44.78 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Knoxville, Tenn. - October 20, 2002 Team finished fourth NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 19:00.78 4th “B” 19:40.68 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 19:16.52 VARSITY 2x 2nd “A” 24:12.32 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Gainesville, Ga. - November 2, 2002 Team finished fifth NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 22:00.9 5th “B” 22:07.0 CLUB 8+ 2nd “A” 19:19.0 VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 18:25.0 CLUB 4+

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CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 11, 2003 Team champions CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 15:34.16 2nd “B” 16:02.49 CHAMPIONSHIP 2x 1st “A” 18:42.39 2nd “B” 19:17.30 3rd “C” 19:21.27 4th “D” 19:42.69 5th “E” 20:47.41 6th “F” 20:51.07 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 18:15.49 8th “B” 19:52.35 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “A” 16:58.14 2nd “B” 17:11.43 3rd “C” 17:32.56 7th “D” 17:57.30 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 18-19, 2003 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 14th “A” 16:49.53 CLUB 8+ 2nd “A” 17:13.72 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Knoxville, Tenn. - October 25, 2003 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 16:46.86 2nd “B” 17:15.93 3rd “C” 17:53.66 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “A” 17:16.73 2nd “B” 17:43.14 3rd “C” 17:45.35 4th “D” 18:03.05 OPEN 2x 1st “A” 21:17.20 2nd “B” 21:38.51 3rd “C” 22:59.40 6th “D” 27:07.26

MINNESOTA Knoxville, Tenn. - March 20, 2004 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:34.06 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:43.30 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 6:58.50 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:42.30 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:36.24 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:25.67 VIRGINIA/LOUISVILLE Knoxville, Tenn. - March 27, 2004 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:08.85 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:27.27 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:28.69 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 8:29.90 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:28.43 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:39.52 SAN DIEGO CREW CLASSIC San Diego, Calif. - April 4, 2004 VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 3rd “A” 7:02.68 GEORGE WASHINGTON CREW CLASSIC Washington, D.C. - April 10, 2004 VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 1st “A” 6:30.90 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 2nd “A” 6:53.22 VARSITY 4+ (GRAND FINAL) 1st “A” 7:18.99 NOVICE 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 2nd “A” 6:57.52 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING

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CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 9, 2004 Team champions CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 14:00.28 2nd “B” 14:42.74 3rd “C” 15:07.72 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “A” 15:56.64 2nd “B” 16:20.20 4th “C” 16:39.17 CHAMPIONSHIP 2x 1st “A” 16:44.25 2nd “B” 16:48.01 3rd “C” 16:49.11 4th “D” 17:26.63 5th “E” 17:27.51 6th “F” 17:32.73 CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLE 2nd Pemberton 17:23.42 3rd Long 19:03.90 NOVICE 8+ 7th “A” 19:14.47 9th “B” 19:38.74 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 23-24, 2004 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 10th “A” 12:34.95 CLUB 8+ 2nd “A” 13:11.03 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Knoxville, Tenn. - October 30, 2004

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CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 18:07.34 5th “B” 19:23.07 6th “C” 19:35.03 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “A” 19:05.11 2nd “B” 19:50.57 3rd “C” 20:03.29 OPEN 2x 1st “A” 23:03.64 2nd “B” 23:18.14 3rd “C” 23:25.22 4th “D” 24:33.41 NOVICE 8+ 8th “A” 21:04.54 17th “B” 22:52.85 24th “C” 25:10.48 RIVANNA ROMP Charlottesville, Va. - November 16, 2004 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 3rd “A” 13:55.2 7th “B” 14:40.9 10th “C” 15:06.3 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 3rd “A” 15:40.8 5th “B” 15:56.6 6th “C” 15:59.6 OPEN 2x 5th “A” 17:31.1 8th “B” 18:14.5 16th “C” 18:17.1 NOVICE 8+ 8th “A” 17:00.2 12th “B” 18:25.8

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ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 18, 2004 VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 3rd “A” 6:59.3 VARSITY 4+ (GRAND FINAL) 2nd “A” 7:48.9 NOVICE 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 3rd “A” 7:12.8 WASHINGTON STATE/OREGON STATE Pullman, Wash. - April 24, 2004 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:27.80 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 6:46.80 VARSITY 4+ 3rd “A” 7:36.08 LEXUS CENTRAL/SOUTH SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 16-20, 2004 Team finished sixth (tie) VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 4th “A” 6:42.9 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 4th “A” 6:38.3 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 4th “A” 8:16.1 NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 2nd “A” 7:15.1 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Sacramento, Calif. - May 30, 2004 VARSITY 8+ 10th “A” 6:40.36

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RESULTS VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:29.66 2nd “B” 7:32.13 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 7:06.12 3rd “B” 7:37.82 SAN DIEGO CREW CLASSIC San Diego, Calif. - April 3, 2005 VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 6th “A” 6:42.92 VIRGINIA Charlottesville, Va. - April 16, 2005 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:21.5 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:39.4 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:37.5 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:29.3 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 15, 2005 FROSH/NOVICE 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 1st “A” 7:16.50 FROSH/NOVICE 8+ B (GRAND FINAL) 2nd “A” 7:29.13 WASHINGTON STATE Knoxville, Tenn. - April 23, 2005 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:19.90 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:15.42 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:16.00 3rd “B” 8:30.60 ARAMARK CENTRAL/SOUTH SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 15-16, 2005 Team finished fifth VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 2nd “A” 6:29.61 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 2nd “A” 6:49.34 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 7:42.40 OPEN 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 7:59.00 NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 7:11.20 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 5th “A” 7:45.90 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Sacramento, Calif. - May 27-29, 2005 VARSITY 8+ 8th “A” 6:26.26 FALL 2005 RESULTS CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 8, 2005 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 16:10.2 2nd “B” 16:39.1 4th “C” 17:13.6 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 42

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HAMPIONSHIP 2x 1st “A” 19:05.4 2nd “B” 19:31.9 3rd “C” 19:46.5 4th “D” 20:04.6 5th “E” 20:09.0 6th “F” 21:22.2 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 22-23, 2005 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 12th “A” 17:31.76 CLUB 8+ 1st “A” 16:49.911 CHAMPIONSHIP 4- (STRAIGHT FOUR) 1st “A” 19:37.33 2nd “B” 20:03:68 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Knoxville, Tenn. - October 22, 2005 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 18:16.17 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 21:20.65 4th “B” 22:15.41 5th “C” 23:05.69 7th “D” 24:32.08 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Chattanooga, Tenn. - November 5, 2005 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 16:06.1 3rd “B” 16:31.6 10th “C” 16:58.8 RIVANNA ROMP Charlottesville, Va. - November 13, 2005 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 4th “A” 14:10.93 9th “B” 14:30.77 14th “C” 15:00.91 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 8th “A” 16:24.4 9th “B” 16:27.1 10th “C” 16:35.1 NOVICE 8+ 7th “A” 17:25.37 10th “B” 17:57.44 SPRING 2006 RESULTS NOTRE DAME/MINNESOTA Knoxville, Tenn. - March 18, 2006 1,500m Scrimmage VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 4:51.70 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 4:55.35 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 5:31.73 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 5:42.81 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 5:22.31 SECOND NOVICE 8+

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VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 8:06.79 3rd “B” 8:38.69 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:41.70 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 7:55.63 MICHIGAN Columbus, Ohio - April 8, 2006 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:29.26 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:36.91 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:31.22 OHIO STATE Columbus, Ohio - April 8, 2006 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:23.44 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:32.37 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:26.68 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:46.92 UCLA Belmont, Calif. - April 14-15, 2006 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:24.2 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:31.8 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 8:38.8 WASHINGTON STATE Belmont, Calif. - April 14-15, 2006 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:49.2 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:02.8 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:34.0 STANFORD Belmont, Calif. - April 14-15, 2006 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:46.0 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:48.7 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 8:44.0 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 15, 2006 NOVICE 8+ 7th “A” 7:48.47 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 8:02.49 ARAMARK CENTRAL/SOUTH SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 14, 2007 VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL)

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RESULTS 3rd “B” 19:13.54 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Chattanooga, Tenn. - November 4, 2006 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 15:35.7 2nd “B” 15:48.3 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “A” 16:55.9 3rd “B” 17:24.4 6th “C” 17:31.9 21st “D” 18:35.1 CHAMPIONSHIP 2x 4th “A” 18:56.4 10th “B” 20:03.2 NOVICE 8+ 8th “A” 17:46.9 9th “B” 18:28.7 21st “C” 20:55.2 RIVANNA ROMP Charlottesville, Va. - November 12, 2006 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 3rd “A” 13:29.57 13th “B” 14:02.49 17th “C” 14:19.06 NOVICE 8+ 4th “A” 15:25.82 8th “B” 16:36.83 SPRING 2007 RESULTS NOTRE DAME/MINNESOTA Knoxville, Tenn. - March 17, 2007 1,500m Scrimmage VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 4:49.3 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 4:52.5 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 5:35.2 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 5:33.1 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 5:21.7 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 5:37.6 LOUISVILLE Knoxville, Tenn. - March 24, 2007 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:27.5 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:39.5 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:24.3 3rd “B” 7:32.7 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:14.0 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 7:36.3 OHIO STATE/MICHIGAN Columbus, Ohio - April 7, 2007 VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 6:47.48 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:41.26 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:55.51 44

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SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:28.07 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 7:57.17 STANFORD Belmont, Calif. - April 14-15, 2007 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:00.02 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:56.96 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 8:10.75 WASHINGTON STATE Belmont, Calif. - April 14-15, 2007 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:06.18 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:39.35 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:23.83 CALIFORNIA Belmont, Calif. - April 14-15, 2007 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:46.55 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:51.17 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:01.66 BROWN/YALE Derby, Conn. - April 28, 2007 VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 6:37.6 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 6:36.0 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:28.3 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 15, 2007 NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 1st “A” 7:30.53 SECOND NOVICE 8+ (FINAL) 4th “A” 8:15.12 ARAMARK CENTRAL/SOUTH SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 15, 2007 VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 4th “A” 6:37.10 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 5th “A” 6:47.12 VARSITY 4+ (GRAND FINAL) 5th “A” 7:39.84 SECOND VARSITY 4+ (GRAND FINAL) 5th “A” 7:44.34 NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 6th “A” 7:23.84 SECOND NOVICE 8+ (“C” FINAL) 5th “A” 7:41.90 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 27, 2007 VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 3rd “A” 6:44.32 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 2nd “A” 6:59.30 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 3rd “A” 7:54.18

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SPRING 2008 RESULTS MINNESOTA Knoxville, Tenn. - March, 22, 2008 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:55.70 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:20.80 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:35.65 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 8:27.46 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 8:19.40 SECOND NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 8:57.80 LOUISVILLE Knoxville, Tenn. - March 29, 2008 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:17.22 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:32.58 2nd “B” 6:42.58 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:16.20 OHIO STATE/MICHIGAN/BUCKNELL Columbus, Ohio. - April 12, 2008 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:48.10 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:03.20 VARSITY 4+ 4th “A” 8:27.90 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 3rd “A” 8:31.90 YALE/PRINCETON Princeton, N.J. - April 19, 2008 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:40.40 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:57.50 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:56.40 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:02.10

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CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 13, 2007 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 16:41.7 3rd “B” 17:37.1 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “A” 18:30.0 2nd “B” 19:03.1 5th “C” 19:38.4 12th “D” 20:36.1 CHAMPIONSHIP 21st “A” 20:12.3 2nd “C” 20:38.0 3rd “B” 21:35.8 OPEN 2x 2nd “A” 21:19.1 3rd “B” 22:49.3 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Knoxville, Tenn. - October 20, 2007 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 21:37.49 4th “B” 22:32.99 5th “C” 22:33.62 9th “D” 23:21.83 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 20-21, 2007 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 5th “A” 16:26.994 CLUB 8+ 1st “A” 17:16.740 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 14th “A” 19:26.791 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Chattanooga, Tenn. - November 3, 2007 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “B” 17:15.0 9th “A” 18:22.5 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 2nd “B” 19:52.4 14th “A” 21:04.6 CHAMPIONSHIP 2x 1st “A” 20:24.3 24th “B” 25:50.6 OPEN 4x 2nd “A” 20:22.5 3rd “B” 20:29.8 NOVICE 8+ 7th “A” 20:46.0 14th “C” 22:16.2 15th “B” 22:19.5 16th “D” 23:24.0 RIVANNA ROMP Charlottesville, Va. - November 11, 2007 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 2nd “A” 13:40.07 8th “B” 14:30.49 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 4th “A” 16:02.58 7th “B” 16:19.03 CHAMPIONSHIP 2x 2nd “A” 15:59.02 8th “B” 17:39.05 CHAMPIONSHIP 26th “A” 17:52.77

8th “B” 18:05.57 9th “C” 18:06.82 CHAMPIONSHIP 1x 2nd Jones 17:56.04 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 16:44.20 5th “B” 17:10.71

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SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 19, 2008 NOVICE 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 2nd “A” 7:58.26 NOVICE 4+ (SEMIFINAL) 5th “A” 9:32.09 ARAMARK SOUTH/CENTRAL SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 18, 2008 VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 6th “A” 6:40.30 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 5th “A” 6:47.30 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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RESULTS 3rd “A” 7:39.20 SECOND VARSITY 4+ (“C” FINAL) 6th “A” 9:18.00 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Rancho Cordova, Calif. - June 1, 2008 VARSITY 8+ (“C” FINAL) 4th “A” 6:49.19 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 5th “A” 6:51.60 VARSITY 4+ (PETITE FINAL) 5th “A” 7:45.70 FALL 2008 RESULTS CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 11, 2008 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 16:28.90 2nd “B” 17:13.60 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “B” 19:27.90 2nd “A” 19:37.80 3rd “D” 19:54.40 7th “C” 20:57.70 CHAMPIONSHIP 21st “E” 19:52.40 2nd “G” 20:06.60 3rd “H” 20:07.70 4th “D” 20:40.00 5th “B” 20:53.30 6th “C” 21:19.50 7th “F” 21:21.90 8th “A” 22:51.90 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 19, 2008 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 14th “A” 17:01.719 33rd “B” 18:00.545 HEAD OF THE TENNESSEE Oak Ridge, Tenn. - October 25, 2008 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 15:57.39 2nd “B” 16:42.72 CHAMPIONSHIP 2x 1st “A” 18:41.13 2nd “B” 16:42.72 CHAMPIONSHIP 21st “D” 19:46.69 2nd “C” 19:55.82 3rd “B” 19:58.00 4th “E” 19:58.02 5th “A” 20:27.92 6th “F” 20:59.75 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 18:33.00 6th “B” 19:34.89 HEAD OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE Chattanooga, Tenn. - November 1, 2008 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 3rd “A” 16:33.70 12th “B” 17:17.30 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 3rd “A” 18:28.00 9th “B” 19”02.60 18th “C” 19:52.10 NOVICE 8+ 46

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8th “A” 19:08.60 16th “B” 20:31.60 RIVANNA ROMP Charlottesville, Va. - November 16, 2008 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 4th “A” 13:36.67 14th “B” 14:14.90 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 5th “A” 15:23.52 CHAMPIONSHIP 2x 4th “A” 15:23.07 CHAMPIONSHIP 21st 6th 7th NOVICE 8+ 5th 7th

“A” 16:49.06 “B” 17:34.14 “C” 17:46.98 “A” 15:47.01 “B” 16:13.36

SPRING 2009 RESULTS MINNESOTA Knoxville, Tenn. - March 21, 2009 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:38.65 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:46.51 VARSITY 4+ 3rd “A” 8:00.5 ALABAMA Knoxville, Tenn. - March 28, 2009 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:31.00 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:41.50 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:47.90 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:22.59 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:20.90 VIRGINIA Charlottesville, Va. - April 11, 2009 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:46.50 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:46.50 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:14.40 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 3rd “A” 8:27.30 CLEMSON Charlottesville, Va. - April 11, 2009 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:43.70 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:58.90 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:11.60 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:48.80 LAKE NATOMA INVITATIONAL Rancho Cordova, Calif. - April 18-19, 2009 Team finished sixth VARSITY 8+ (GROUP 2 FINAL) 3rd “A” 6:40.93

16:51.04 17:44.36 15:38.59 16:20.91

SPRING 2010 RESULTS MINNESOTA Knoxville, Tenn. - March 20, 2010 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:13.3 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:23.4 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:24.5 3rd “B” 7:28.7 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:49.6 DARTMOUTH/LOUISVILLE/ALABAMA Knoxville, Tenn. - March 27, 2010 Round One VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:16.3 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:29.4 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:25.2 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:33.0 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:12.7

RESULTS HONORS

CHAMPIONSHIP 21st “A” 19:59.80 2nd “D” 20:12.70 3rd “C” 20:16.50 4th “B” 20:19.40 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 18, 2009 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 12th “A” 17:16.15 SECRET CITY HEAD RACE Oak Ridge, Tenn. -October 31, 2009 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “A” 20:44.70 7th “B” 22:38.23 8th “C” 23:13.08 HEAD OF THE HOOCH Chattanooga, Tenn. - November 7, 2009 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 2nd “A” 14:17.40 13th “B” 15:01.20 24th “C” 15:24.60 OPEN 8+ 16th “A” 16:09.70 20th “C” 17:25.20 22nd “B” 17:27.30 RIVANNA ROMP Charlottesville, Va. - November 15, 2009 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 3rd “A” 13:48.73 7th “B” 14:22.26

15:35.00 15:48.36 16:49.25

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CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 10, 2009 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 15:51.80 3rd “B” 16:16.50 8th “C” 17:14.10 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “A” 17:18.40 2nd “B” 17:23.90 3rd “C” 17:50.50

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FALL 2009 RESULTS

8th “C” CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 5th “B” 6th “A” 17th “C” CHAMPIONSHIP 21st “A” 3rd “B” NOVICE 8+ 4th “A” 6th “B”

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SECOND VARSITY 8+ (GROUP 2 FINAL) 1st “A” 6:46.90 VARSITY 4+ (GROUP 2 FINAL) 3rd “A” 8:03.28 CHARLES RIVER CHALLENGE Boston, Mass. - April 25-26, 2009 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:25.50 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:27.90 VARSITY 4+ 4th “A” 8:56.50 ARAMARK SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 16-17, 2009 VARSITY 8+ (“C” FINAL) 1st “A” 6:18.70 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 4th “A” 6:32.10 VARSITY 4+ (“C” FINAL) 1st “A” 7:15.00 OPEN 4+ (“D” FINAL) 2nd “A” 7:43.20

Round Two VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:28.7 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:45.9 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:41.7 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:26.7 2nd “B” 8:04.9 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 7:11.9 WISCONSIN Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 3, 2010 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:40.8 1st “A” 6:35.0 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:49.2 1st “A” 7:00.7 THIRD VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” N/A FOURTH VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:16.8 2nd “A” (1500m) 6:06.1 VARSITY 4+ 3rd “A” (1000m) 4:04.6 4th “B” (1000m) 4:17.5 UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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“C” (1000m) 4:28.9 LAKE NATOMA INVITATIONAL Sacramento, Calif. - April 18, 2010 VARSITY 8+ Group B 1st “A” 6:36.0 SECOND VARSITY 8+ Group B 2nd “A” 6:45.6 VARSITY 4+ Group B 2nd “A” 7:38.3 PRINCETON Princeton, N.J. - May 1, 2010 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:30.2 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:32.0 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:43.3 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:58.8 ARAMARK SPRINTS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 16, 2010 Team Finished First VARSITY 8+ Grand final 6th “A” 6:39.73 SECOND VARSITY 8+ Grand Final 6th “A” 6:50.78 VARSITY 4+ Petite Final 6th “A” 7:52.04 OPEN 4+ D Final 2nd “A” 8:09.54 NOVICE 8+ Petite Final 5th “A” 7:08.07 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP Gold River, Calif. - May 30, 2010 Team Finished 16th VARSITY 8+ C Final 4th “A” 6:43.21 SECOND VARSITY 8+ C Final 1st “A” 6:41.5 VARSITY 4+ C Final 4th “A” 7:40.2 FALL 2010 RESULTS CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 10, 2010 COLLEGIATE 8+ 1st “C” 16:32.0 3rd “A” 17:06.4 6th “B” 17:29.1 COLLEGIATE 4+ 1st “C” 17:53.9 3rd “B” 18:20.5 6th “A” 18:37.5 9th “D” 19:42.1 COLLEGIATE 248

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1st “B” 20:28.2 2nd “A” 20:35.0 3rd “E” 20:38.5 4th “D” 20:43.7 5th “C” 21:47.5 OPEN 1x 3rd “A” 21:10.9 6th “B” 22:52.2 HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 24, 2010 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 10th “A” 16:23.63 SECRET CITY HEAD RACE Oak Ridge, Tenn. -October 30, 2010 NOVICE 8+ 3rd “C” 23:52.04 HEAD OF THE HOOCH Chattanooga, Tenn - November 6, 2010 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 2nd “A” 16:05.1 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 5th “A” 17:43.7 14th “B” 18:19.4 26th “C” 18:52.5 NOVICE 8+ 6th “A” 18:18.5 18th “B” 19:21.8 40th “C” 22:32.3 CHAMPIONSHIP 2x 8th “A” 20:02.0 15th “B” 20:27.1 SPRING 2011 RESULTS MINNESOTA Oak Ridge, Tenn. - March 19, 2011 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:09.5 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:17.4 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 6:58.5 3rd “B” 7:07.5 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 6:56.0 NOVICE 8+ 2nd “A” 6:50.4 LOUISVILLE Oak Ridge, Tenn. - March 26, 2011 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:33.9 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 6:34.6 2nd “B” 6:41.2 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:26.9 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 7:11.2 NOVICE 4+ 3rd “A” 8:44.4 LAKE NATOMA INVITATIONAL Rancho Cordova, Calif. - April 17, 2011 VARSITY 8+ Group B Final 1st “A” 6:31.10 SECOND VARSITY 8+ Group B Final

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HONORS

OAK RIDGE INVITATIONAL Oak Ridge, Tenn. - March 18, 2012 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:26.13

RESULTS

SPRING 2012 RESULTS

ROWERS

CHATTANOOGA HEAD RACE Chattanooga, Tenn. - October 9, 2011 COLLEGIATE 8+ 1st “A” 16:55.5 6th “B” 18:02.8 8th “C” 18:11.4 COLLEGIATE 4+ 1st “A” 17:42.9 2nd “B” 17:48.3 7th “C” 18:47.7 8th “D” 18:52.7 12th “E” 19:26.6 COLLEGIATE 2x 1st “A” 2nd “B” 3rd “C” HEAD OF THE CHARLES Boston, Mass. - October 23, 2011 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 11th “A” 16:52.48 CLUB 8+ 1st “A” 17:41.48 HEAD OF THE HOOCH Chattanooga, Tenn - November 5, 2011 CHAMPIONSHIP 8+ 1st “A” 16:04.2 8th “B” 16:40.3 CHAMPIONSHIP 4+ 1st “A” 17:50.5 11th “B” 18:36.4

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FALL 2011 RESULTS

SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:39.54 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:16.60 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:15.70 NOVICE 8+ Heat 1 2nd “B” 7:20.82 Heat 2 2nd “A” 6:59.32 CENTRAL FLORIDA Orlando, Fla. - March 24, 2012 VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:12.9 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 1st “A” 7:16.2 VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 7:59.4 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “A” 8:07.8 SAN DIEGO CREW CLASSIC San Diego, Calif. - April 1, 2012 VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 4th “A” 7:39.35 SECOND VARSITY 8+ (PETITE FINAL) 5th “A” 7:31.62 VARSITY 4+ (GRAND FINAL) 4th “A” 8:08.98 MICHIGAN/OHIO STATE/ OREGON STATE/OKLAHOMA Ann Arbor, Mich. - April 14, 2012 VARSITY 8+ First Session 5th “A” 7:02.76 Second Session 4th “A” 7:04.56 SECOND VARSITY 8+ First Session 3rd “A” 6:55.27 Second Session 4th “A” 7:14.55 VARSITY 4+ First Session 2nd “A” 7:44.00 Second Session 3rd “A” 7:57.72 SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE ROWING ASSOCIATION CHAMPIONSHIPS Oak Ridge, Tenn. - April 22, 2012 NOVICE 8+ (GRAND FINAL) 1st “A” 7:01.4 2nd “B” 7:31.0 PRINCETON Princeton, N.J. - April 28, 2012 VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:53.9 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 7:09.2 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 8:04.0 3rd “B” 8:14.6 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 1st “C” 8:07.9 CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 12, 2012 Team Finished First

GENERAL

3rd “A” 6:45.57 VARSITY 4+ Group B Final 3rd “A” 7:30.89 PRINCETON/VIRGINIA/COLUMBIA Princeton, N.J. - April 30, 2011 VARSITY 8+ 4th “A” 7:08.1 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 3rd “A” 7:35.0 VARSITY 4+ 3rd “A” 8:17.0 SECOND VARSITY 4+ 3rd “A” 8:11.4 CONFERENCE USA CHAMPIONSHIP Oak Ridge, Tenn. - May 14, 2011 Team Finished Second VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:29.26 SECOND VARSITY 8+ 2nd “A” 6:43.60 VARSITY 4+ 2nd “A” 7:19.18 OPEN 4+ 1st “A” 7:08.80 3rd “B” 7:22.16

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5th NOVICE SIXES 1st 3rd SECRET CITY HEAD RACE Oak Ridge, Tenn. - October 26, 2013 NOVICE 8+ 1st “A” 22:22.59 4th “B” 24:49.14 6th “C” 25:14.53

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HEAD OF THE HOOCH Chattanooga, Tenn. - November 2-3, 2013 16:28.4

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RESULTS

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Tennessee entered the inaugural 1997 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships, held from May 29-June 1 in Sacramento, Calif., with tremendous excitement but limited expectations. The Lady Vols surprised the competition, however, and left with a history-making ninth-place finish in the Varsity 4+. Earning one of the final at-large slots in the Varsity 4+, UT head coach Susannah Iacovino entered a shell comprised of freshman coxswain Kelly Hitzing, seniors Amy Delashmit and Suni Hartsfield, sophomore Janece Rittenberry and freshman Megan Reinhart. In the opening day’s second heat, the Orange and White ranked fourth, finishing only four-tenths of a second out of third (8:04.8). The Lady Vols were relegated to the repechage for the opportunity to advance into the semifinals. Unfazed by their opening-race performance, the Lady Vols stormed back later that day in the second-chance race to take third (8:15.0), nipping Rutgers by 2.5 seconds to advance to the semifinals. Ohio State claimed first in 8:09.6, while Virginia captured second in 8:13.5. With a chance to reach the finals and a possible medal in their sights, UT finished fourth in the second semifinal to again stay one position out of a berth in the grand finals. Tennessee was beaten by two of the event’s top three seeds, race winner and host Sacramento State (7:57.5) and third-place finisher Princeton (8:01.5), as well as runner-up M.I.T. (8:00.2). The Lady Vols posted a time of 8:10.8, bettering Ithaca and Johns Hopkins, which had beaten UT in the first heat. After four races in three consecutive days, the Big Orange came in third in the petite finals, topping Ithaca and Johns Hopkins for the second time and finally outpacing Virginia, which had posted faster marks than UT in each of its previous three races. Trailing only Connecticut College (7:57.1) and Ohio State (8:01.2), Tennessee collected a time of 8:05.4 and claimed an overall ninth-place finish. Brown captured the gold medal in the Varsity 4+ grand final in 7:24.5, followed by Washington in 7:25.1 and Sacramento State in 7:37.1. Yet, the Huskies used their second-place showing to help vault them to the overall national title, collecting 201 points, 17 more than secondplace Princeton.

Tennessee was among the four teams selected on an at-large basis to field a shell in the First Eights competition, which was to take place at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis, Ind., from May 30 through June 1. This was a momentous occasion for the Lady Vols, as it marked the first time they had received an NCAA bid in Varsity 8+ competition. On the following day, the team experienced another landmark achievement, as Tennessee garnered a ranking of 14th in the USRowing/CRCA Poll, then the highest in program history. Lisa Glenn’s first NCAA appearance as UT’s head coach was with a mix of veterans and newcomers to the squad. The shell consisted of junior coxswain Lizzie Brown, sophomore Kaitlin Bargreen, junior Nicole Bold, freshman Lauren Wells, sophomores Chelsea Pemberton and Dana Forbes, senior Kacey Montgomery, sophomore Melissa DiCerbo and senior Kay Logan. Heading to the Hoosier State, the Lady Vols knew competition would be tough, as they had to face 15 of the other top teams in the nation at the NCAA Championships. UT fought hard in the first day of prelims, but after a fifthplace showing in its heat, the crew had to race again in the afternoon’s repechage for a shot at the finals. In the repechage, Glenn’s contingent made a courageous late charge to overtake No. 7 Washington State and No. 15 Boston University but still came up short of qualifying for the semifinals, closing out the second-chance race in fifth, two places shy of a semifinal berth. Thus, the Orange and White competed in the C Final, which determined 13th through 16th places in the NCAA. In that race, the Lady Vols gave it everything they had but did not have quite enough on that day to defeat WSU, BU or No. 16 Michigan State, settling for 16th place. In the team championship race, Harvard edged out fellow Ivy League member Brown for the 2003 NCAA title.

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Having already made two trips to the West Coast during the spring, Tennessee prepared for yet another visit as it headed to Sacramento, Calif., for the NCAA Championships held from May 28-30 on Lake Natoma. Making the western trek were five returnees to the shell that finished 16th in 2003. The crew of senior coxswain Erin Artz, senior Nicole Bold, sophomore Lauren Wells, juniors Chelsea Pemberton, Kaitlin Bargreen, McKenzie Craig and Dana Forbes, freshman Sarah Hutcheson and junior Andrea Bagwell looked to improve upon their previous yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finish. In the preliminary heat, the Lady Vols claimed fourth behind Ohio State, Washington and Notre Dame, just missing out on an automatic semifinal qualifying spot by 0.4 seconds. Instead, for the second straight season, they would have to compete in the repechage and finish in the top three for a chance to make the semifinals. In the second-chance race, UT finished second behind Harvard to secure its first semifinal appearance in school history. The Lady Vols tried to rebound after two grueling races the day before, but their quest for the grand final ended with a sixth-place showing in the first semifinal race to put them into the petite final for the first time. The final race of the 2003-04 season for the Big Orange was rewarding, as Tennessee finished fourth in the petite finals to grab a 10th-place national finish in the Varsity 8+. The Lady Vols topped Notre Dame and Southern California to take their best finish in school history. Brown University used its First Eights win to propel the school to its fourth team title, topping rival Harvard by 12 points in the largest margin of victory ever under the meet set-up first used in 1999.

The Varsity Eight shell earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships held May 27-29 at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center in Sacramento, Calif. The Lady Vols joined Stanford, Syracuse and UCLA as schools receiving at-large bids into the event. The crew of sophomore coxswain Molly Oellerich, senior Kaitlin Bargreen, junior Lauren Wells, sophomore Rachel Mayberry, seniors McKenzie Craig, Dana Forbes, Chelsea Pemberton and Andrea Bagwell and junior Beth Schwartz made the 2,457-mile trip, with six making a return trek to the California capital. The Lady Vols placed fourth in the opening heat with a time of 6:27.03, finishing behind No. 2 Yale (6:22.05), No. 7 Virginia (6:22.83) and No. 5 Brown (6:23.50). Placing out of the top three meant the Lady Vols would have to return to Lake Natoma that evening to compete in a repechage to determine if Tennessee would advance to the semifinals. Looking to make a statement in the second race of the championships, UT claimed a runner-up showing in the repechage for the second straight year, clocking a time of 6:48.95, just behind race winner Michigan (6:47.46). In the highly competitive race, Tennessee held off USC (6:49.46), Michigan State (6:51.21), UCLA (6:55.55), Wisconsin (6:56.55) and Syracuse (7:04.19). The semifinals were challenging for the Lady Vols, however, as UT finished in sixth place to advance to the petite final for the second consecutive year. UT snared second place, posting the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best performance at the national title event with an overall eighth-place effort. The Tennessee entry completed the course in 6:26.26, just behind Brown, which was victorious with a time of 6:24.65. The Lady Vols defeated Michigan (6:29.67), Southern California (6:31.71), Stanford (6:31.71) and Washington (6:34.36). California took home both the Varsity 8+ crown and the overall team title, besting Virginia by four points to claim the 2005 NCAA Championship.

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After claiming the program’s first NCAA South Region championship, the Lady Vol rowing team made its fullteam debut at the 2006 NCAA Rowing Championships. Day one proved to be the toughest on the Orange and White, as the First Eights group narrowly missed out on a spot in the semifinals on two separate occasions. The crew of junior coxswain Molly Oellerich, junior Renee Brittle, senior Lauren Wells, sophomore Krista Gearing, freshman Erin-Monique Shelton, juniors Rachel Mayberry and Kristen Galloway and sophomores Nina Dobratz and Jessica Ayers came in .54 of a second in back of UCLA in the heat, putting the crew into the repechages. The second-chance race was nearly as close for the Lady Vols, as they came in .761 behind Stanford for third place and one of the final two spots in the semifinals. Tennessee then shifted focus to its Second Eights and Fours. The 2V8+ ranked fifth in its heat, narrowly edging out Stanford, but the result was not enough to avoid Saturday’s repechage. The Varsity 4+ came with a similar result, ranking fifth in its heat as well. Sophomore coxswain Kelly Todd, juniors Steppie Williams and Sarah Hutcheson and freshmen Kate Brownlee and Caroline Howell, finished just a half a second in back of Yale. Saturday’s events for the Lady Vols’ second and third boats proved to be just as difficult as the first day. Both ranked fifth in their respective second-chance competition, putting both in the petite finals held on Sunday. The Varsity 8+ did, however, have a good ending to its season. An open-water win in the “C” final over Boston University and Wisconsin locked up 14th place overall in the First Eights competition. The Sunday petite finals saw the Lady Vols’ Second Varsity 8+ rank fifth. Coming in 1.22 seconds in back of Yale was the crew of junior coxswain Stephanie Davis, sophomores Genevieve Collins and Mary Jones, senior Beth Schwartz, freshman Alex Shishkov, junior Heather Hill, sophomore Leah Smelser, freshman Sara Becker, and junior Katrina von Peters. The Fours skiff finished sixth in its petite final, 1.5 seconds behind Notre Dame. The closest race ever for the overall title went to California by virtue of a .261-second victory over Brown in the Varsity 8+. Princeton, Washington State and Ohio State rounded out the top five, while the Lady Vols finished 12th.

In just its second full-team appearance at the NCAA Championships, Tennessee earned a program-best ninth place finish in 2007. The Orange and White played host to the national championships at Melton Hill Lake in Oak Ridge, Tenn., marking just the second time the event was held south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Tennessee got its best showing from the Second Eights group that took second in the petite final to finish eighth in the country. The group of freshman coxswain Katie Ross, freshman Mary Beth Dreusike, sophomore Kate Brownlee, junior Leah Smelser, sophomore Caroline Howell, freshmen Laura Miller and Kate Snider and juniors Kendra Warren and Genevieve Collins surged over the final 500 meters to take the runner-up position behind Southern California. The Lady Vols pushed the Trojans, finishing just a second in back of USC. Yale came in third, a half-length behind Tennessee. The First Eights crew, ranked 10th in the country coming into the weekend, took home third in the petite final to finish ninth overall. The shell, powered by senior coxswain Stephanie Davis, sophomore Erin-Monique Shelton, juniors Renee Brittle and Krista Gearing, senior Rachel Mayberry, juniors Jessica Ayers and Nina Dobratz, senior Sarah Hutcheson and junior Mary Jones charged ahead in the final 500 meters to overtake No. 7 Stanford and finish third in the petite final. Minnesota (6:43.53) edged Dartmouth (6:43.95), who just held off the Orange and White’s entry. The first Division I race of the day saw the Big Orange rank third in the Fours petite final. Tennessee’s crew of freshman Roshauna Singh, senior Kristen Galloway, freshman Erin Gray, senior Heather Hill and junior Marisa Mohan tied the program’s best finish at nationals with a 7:54.18 time, a half-length better than Ohio State. Southern California took the race with a more than fivesecond advantage over Minnesota. Brown captured its fifth national title despite not winning a final. Virginia took its second Fours crown, while the Second Eights (Minnesota) and First Eights (Yale) both were won for the first time by those programs. The Bears won the team trophy with a four-point advantage over the Cavaliers.

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In its third consecutive full-team appearance at the NCAA Championships, Tennessee saw its Second Varsity Eight become the first Lady Vol shell to reach a grand final at the championships, taking fifth, the best event finish in program history. The team placed 11th in the overall team standings, while Brown won its sixth team and fifth Second Eights title. Yale and Washington took the First Eights and Fours championships, respectively. In a tight grand final in the Second Eights, Tennessee used a strong finish to overtake Pac-10 Champion Cal to nab fifth. The Orange and White crew, comprised of sophomore coxswain Sydney Newman, seniors Nina Dobratz and Marisa Mohan, sophomores Laura Miller and Kate Snider, freshman Melissa Toms, junior Caroline Howell, freshman Rachel Dooley and senior Genevieve Collins, made its move in the final 250 meters, sprinting ahead of the Golden Bears to complete the course in 6:51.6. Brown took the race and the Second Eights national title, topping Ohio State by two seconds. The national championship is the Bears’ fifth in the 2V8+ and their second in the last three years. The Orange and White’s previous top finish in the Second Eights was its eighthplace showing in 2007. In the Varsity 4+ petite final, the Big Orange crew of senior coxswain Danielle Hmielewski, sophomore Jewell Ludwigsen, freshman Ruth Ann Johnson, and sophomores Brittany Sehring and Stephanie Hunley, earned a fifth-place outcome with its fastest race of the weekend, finishing in 7:45.7. Tennessee’s top shell competed in the First Eights “C” final against Ohio State, Clemson and Wisconsin. The Orange and White boat, racing without the services of injured senior All-South Region stroke Kendra Warren, finished fourth in the race with a time of 6:49.1. In the overall team standings, the Orange and White finished with 21 total points, good for 11th place. Brown finished the day with 67 points, earning its unprecedented sixth team championship. The Bears have now secured three of the last five NCAA Division I Rowing team titles. Washington took second in the overall standings, finishing with 59 points, its highest finish since 2004. Host Cal finished third overall with 53 points.

The No. 16-ranked University of Tennessee women’s rowing team capped a successful 2009-10 campaign with a 16th place finish at the 2010 NCAA Rowing Championships at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center on Sunday morning. Though she would’ve liked to place a little higher, head coach Lisa Glenn was very pleased with the season as a whole. “This year was really productive for us,” Glenn said. “I thought our eights showed a good amount of consistency and there was a lot of steady, hard work put in by our upperclassmen. I felt like the freshman and sophomores stepped up as well. We had some good wins over the course of the season and put ourselves in position to get invited to the national championship.” Behind strong performances from all three boats, Virginia captured its first-ever national championship with 87 points. California took second, while a great outing from its V8+ boat propelled Princeton to a third-place finish. The Lady Vols finished 4th in the C Final of the V4+, crossing the finish line 7:40.20. Ohio State captured the race in 7:25.17. No. 2-ranked Princeton captured the Petite Final of the V4+, while top-ranked Virginia took home the Grand Final. In the 2V8+, the Big Orange was victorious in the C Final, besting USC, UCLA and Clemson with a time of 6:41.50. Wisconsin took the Petite Final, while Brown took the victory in the Grand Final. Tennessee closed out its season with a 4th place finish in the C Final of the Varsity 8+. Katie Ross coxed the top shell to a time of 6.43.21. Michigan State brought home the Petite Final of the V8+ and in the final race of the day, Yale recorded a wireto-wire win at the Grand Final of the V8+. With the NCAA Championships officially concluded, the book is now closed on the 2009-10 Lady Vol rowing season.

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TEAM STANDINGS 1. Tennessee 2. UCF 3. Texas 4. Oklahoma 5. Tulsa 6. Alabama 7, Kansas 8. SMU 9. Kansas State FINAL RESULTS RACE Open 4+ D Final Novice 8+ Petite Final V4+ Petite Final 2V8+ Grand Final V8+ Grand Final

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RESULTS: Varsity 8+ 1. Tennessee 6:45.80 2. Oklahoma 6:49.39 3. Texas 6:50.13 Second Varsity 8 1. Tennessee 6:52.40 2. Texas 6:59.54 3. Oklahoma 7:02.79 Varsity 4+ 1. Kansas 7:35.50, 2. Tennessee 7:40.53 3. Texas 7:41.78 Novice 8+ 1. Oklahoma 7:04.90 2. Tennessee 7:09.32 3. Texas 7:10.38 Open 4+ 1. Tennessee 7:46.90 2. Texas 7:50.21 3. Oklahoma 7:58.43

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HONORS ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A Jaclyn Adams Claire Allain Marissa Allen Ashley Anders Arin Anderson Ashley Andrews Catherine Angel Nikki Arcamuzi Erin Artz Lindsey Ashton Taylor Athan Paige Austin Jessica Ayers

Midlothian, Va. Franklin, La. Hendersonville, Tenn. Kingsport, Tenn. Elizabethton, Tenn. Martinez, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Woodbridge, Va. Collierville, Tenn. Tampa, Fla. West Chester, Ohio Alpharetta, Ga.

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Andrea Bagwell Hendersonville, Tenn. 2002-05 Jennifer Bailey Greendale, Wis. 2010-13 Kaitlin Bargreen Lake Stevens, Wash. 2002-05 Sara Becker San Diego, Calif. 2006 Marissa Bell Rogersville, Tenn. 2009-11 Sally BeVille Signal Mountain, Tenn. 2 000-03 Maddie Bishop Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2012-13 Brandi Bohleber Morristown, Tenn. 1999-00 Nicole Bold Jackson, Miss. 2001-04 Christy Boner Mt. Juliet, Tenn. 2005 Carla Box Nashville, Tenn. 1996-97 Emily Boyer Powell, Tenn. 2010-11 Leslie Boyle Longwood, Fla. 1999-00 Jennifer Bradley Fairfax, Va. 1999-02 Dani Bregar Witchita, Kan. 2005 Brittany Brewer Indianapolis, Ind. 1999-00 Renee Brittle Dublin, Va. 2005-08 Lizzie Brown Cincinnati, Ohio 2001-04 Carla Brownlee Bristol, Tenn. 1996 Kate Brownlee North Gower, Ontario 2006-09 Libuše Bruncvíkova’ Litoměřice, Czech Republic 2009Jessica Burns Phoeniz, Ariz. 2010-12 Ryan Bush Chattanooga, Tenn. 2004 Ashley Butturini Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2004-05

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Sarah Cavins Charlotte, N.C. 2012-13 Ashley Case Ashland City, Tenn. 2009-12 Melina Cawthon Chester County, Tenn. 2001 Katherine Changes Woodbridge, Va. 2010-13 Rachel Clagett Brentwood, Tenn. 2012Caitlyn Cleary Knoxville, Tenn. 2004 Abby Coe Knoxville, Tenn. 1999 Kristin Coggin Pulaski, Tenn. 2009-12 Genevieve Collins Dallas, Texas 2005-08 Julie Coltrin Collegedale, Tenn. 1996 Jenny Cone Greeneville, S.C. 1996-97 Jennifer Conowall Greensboro, N.C. 1997-98 Kelly Cooper Hixon, Tenn. 1997 Paula Coughlin Woodbridge, Va. 2009-10 60

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McKenzie Craig Pittsburgh, Pa. Rochelle Crim Memphis, Tenn.

2002-05 1997

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Mary-Hannah Daugherty Chattanooga, Tenn. 2010-13 Stephanie Davis Martin, Tenn. 2004-07 Amy Delashmit Maryville, Tenn. 1996-97 Liz Dickson Halifax, Nova Scotia 2010Melissa DiCerbo Hixson, Tenn. 2002-05 Cara DiPierro Shrewberry, Mass. 1998 Nina Dobratz Portland, Ore 2005-08 Rachel Dooley Marysville, Wash. 2008-11 Mary Dreusike Huntington Station, N.Y. 2007-10

E Lindsay Ehrlich Mackenzie Earle Hillary Epes Ashley Evans

San Diego, Calif. Clinton, Tenn. Buffalo, N.Y. Oak Ridge, Tenn.

2005 2001 2009-12 1997

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Sarah Fair Pittsburgh, Pa. 1999 Barrett Farmer Arlington, Va. 1999 Brittany Farmer Arlington, Va. 2000 Natalie Fecher Knoxville, Tenn. 2001 Evangeline Ferrell Woodbury, Tenn. 1996-97 Ashley Fichthorn Madison, Conn. 2010-13 Ariana Fitzgerald Alexandria, Va. 2003 Katie Flanagan Roswell, Ga. 1999 Dana Forbes Cincinnati, Ohio 2002-05 Kelly Ford Glen Gardner, N.J. 1996-99 Elizabeth Freeman Altamonte Springs, Fla. 2002-03 Courtney Fritts Orange Park, Fla. 2012-13

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Kristen Galloway Knoxville, Tenn. 2004-07 Krista Gearing Fenwick, Ontario 2005-08 Jennifer Gerlach Richmond, Va. 2004-05 Elizabeth Gibney Knoxville, Tenn. 1997-98 Kaelyn Gibson Pittsford, N.Y. 2010-12 Hilary Gilmore Nashville, Tenn. 2002-03 Teresa Good North Augusta, Ontario 2005 Michelle Goodwin Ventor, NJ 2010-13 Hillary Graber Bettendorf, Iowa. 2003 Abbey Griffin Franklin, Tenn. 1998-00 Lindsey Groves Winter Park, Fla. 2003 Mary Gruzalski Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2001-03 Giulia Guerrero Clarksville, Tenn. 2005-06

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Raegan Haser Germantown, Tenn. Katie Hall Soddy Daisy, Tenn. Marie Hanscom Dumfries, Ga. Pam Harder Mayetta, N.J. Heather Hardt Collierville, Tenn. Sarah Harper Roswell, Ga. Grace Harrington Memphis, Tenn. Suni Hartsfield Maryville, Tenn. Claire Hennesy Mt Juliet, Tenn.

1997 1996-97 1998-01 2007 1998 1996-97 1999-02 1997 2001-02

Amanda Jackson Maryville, Tenn. Kara Jenkins Loudon, Tenn. Erika Johnson Victoria, British Columbia Kristen Johnson Germantown, Tenn. Ruth Ann Johnson Johnson City, Tenn. Lindsay Jones Evans, Ga. Mary Jones Huntsville, Ala.

1999 1997-99 2010-13 1996-97 2008-11 2003-04 2005-08

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Andrea Keesecker Johnson City, Tenn. 2010-13 Kate Kelsey Clarksville, Tenn. 2000-01 Martha King Knoxville, Tenn. 1996 Lindy Kirk Alpharaette, Ga. 2010-11 Kelly Kraiss Orlando, Fla. 2000-03 Emily Krison Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 2010-11 Joyce Kranzke Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1999-01 Kelly Kravitz Olympia, Wash. 2002-03 Lauren Kueck Oak Ridge, Tenn. 1998-01

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Erika Lauderdale Bartlett, Tenn. Heather Lewis Chattanooga, Tenn. Mary Beth Lewis Andersonville, Tenn. Kay Logan Knoxville, Tenn. Kristen Logan Knoxville, Tenn. Alexis Lombard Knoxville, Tenn. Adrienne Long Cleveland, Tenn. Sarah Long Norris, Tenn. Davida Lopez Dayton, Ohio Kayla Lucier Hamilton, Ontario Jewell Ludwigsen Brentwood, Tenn. M Pam Mandrell Maryville, Tenn. Olivia Marnell Cincinnati, Ohio

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Sara Neill Oak Ridge, Tenn. Lindsay Nelson Knoxville, Tenn. Sydney Newman Halls, Tenn. Claire Newton Orlando, Fla. Sarah Norsworthy Cleveland, Tenn.

O Molly Oellerich Ragan Oliver

Arlington, Va. Memphis, Tenn.

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Heather Marshall Hixson, Tenn. 2002 Lauren Matteis Boca Raton, Fla. 1998 Rachel Mayberry Woodbridge, Va. 2004-07 Tina Mazzolini Cleveland, Tenn. 1997-00 Lindsay MacLeod Elkton, Va. 1998 Amy McCormick Knoxville, Tenn. 2003-05 Holly McDaniel Poquoson, Va. 2002 Amy McIntosh Cleveland, Tenn. 2001-04 Caroline McKittrick Oak Ridge, Tenn. 1999 Anita McLure SIgnal Mountain, Tenn. 2010-13 Shannon McMahon Altamonte Springs, Fla. 1 999-02 Christi Mertens Hilton Head, S.C. 1998 Keri Meslar Chantilly, Va. 2001 Karoline Mikolajewski Niagara on the Lake, Ontario 2009-11 Laura Miller Columbus, Miss. 2008-10 Leslie Mix Issaquah, Wash. 1998 Marisa Mohan San Diego, Calif. 2005-08 Kacey Montgomery Apopka, Fla. 2000-03 Rachel Montgomery Knoxville, Tenn. 1996 Erin Moore St. Louis, Mo. 2000-01 Michele Moore Hixson, Tenn. 1997-00 Sage Morgan Hixson, Tenn. 1998 Jennifer Murchie Maryville, Tenn. 1996-98

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Roberta Hern Knoxville, Tenn. 1999-00 Lindy Herzog Longview, Wash. 1999-00 Michelle Higdon Columbia, Tenn. 2001-02 Heather Hill Knoxville, Tenn. 2004-06 Liza Hinton Knoxville, Tenn. 1998 Kelly Hitzing Jacksonville, Fla. 1997 Danielle Hmielewski Batavia, Ohio 2007-08 Jamie Hoffman Sarasota, Fla. 1999-01 Kelly Hohenbrink Oak Ridge, Tenn. 1997 Holly Holmes Springfield, Tenn. 2003-04 KimberlyHoogenboom Rochester Hills, Mich. 1996-97 Tammy Horton Rockledge, Fla. 1998-01 Kelly Hoskins Bristol, Va. 2004 Kelly Hotaling Central Bridge, N.Y. 2001-02 Caroline Howell Davenport, Iowa 2006-09 Elizabeth Humberd Clarksville, Tenn. 2001-02 Brittany Hunley Knoxville, Tenn. 2004-05 Stephanie Hunley Knoxville, Tenn. 2008 Sarah Hutcheson Orlando, Fla. 2004-07

1999-00 2009-10 2008-10 2001-03 1998-99

2004-07 2010-11

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Katie Payne Parksville, British Columbia 2004-07 Chelsea Pemberton Jacksonville, Fla. 2002-05 Katrina von Peters Chattanooga, Tenn. 2006-07 Katie Peterson Franklin, Tenn. 2003-04 Jennifer Pietrowski Cheektowaga, N.Y. 1996

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Liza Rader Maryville, Tenn. 2010-13 Evelyn Radford Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2010-13 Nicola Rasnick Bluff City, Tenn. 1996 Megan Reinhart Milford, Ohio 1997-00 Heather Resig Knoxville, Tenn. 1997-00 Leslie Reynolds High Point, N.C. 2009-10 Katie Ross Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 2007-10 Jessie Richardson Apopka, Fla. 2012Janece Rittenberry Houston, Texas 1996-97 Crystal Ruble Asheville, N.C. 1998

S Lindsay Sagar Diane Samu Shayna Sandlan Alecia Scates

Dublin, Ohio Knoxville, Tenn. Cleveland, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn.

2001-02 2003-04 20091998-99

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Jennifer Tagg Nashville, Tenn. 1997 Angela Taylor Germantown, Tenn. 1996-97 Whitney Tehan Edmond, Okla. 2003 Laura Thompson Memphis, Tenn. 1997-00 Deanna Thonnard Oak Ridge, Tenn. 1997 Kelly Todd Oak Ridge, Tenn. 2005-06 Melissa Toms Annapolis, Md. 2008-11 Abby Tucker Knoxville, Tenn. 2001-02 Erika Twedt Prairie Farm, Wis. 2000-01

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Jovanna Vick Pleasant View, Tenn. 2002-05 Tori VonderAhe Cincinnati, Ohio 2001

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RuthAnne Waldrop Florissant, Mo. Kim Walsh Eads, Tenn. Ashley Warbington Nashville, Tenn. Dawn Ware Spring City, Tenn. Kendra Warren Franklin, Tenn. Marissa Weaver Roswell, Ga. Carol Weigand Dalton, Ga. Lauren Wells London, Ontario Eileen Welsh Northfield, N.J. Christine Werve Germantown, Tenn. Lelia Wheatley Nashville, Tenn. Rachel White Knoxville, Tenn. Amber Williams Sevierville, Tenn. Jessica Williams Lexington, Tenn. Steppie Williams Collierville, Tenn. Danielle Woods Woodbridge, Va.

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Katie Zajac Bybee, Tenn. 2001 Debby Zmistowski Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 1999-00 **Current Lady Vols in bold

USROWING ALL-AMERICAN 1997 Amy Delashmit

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CONFERENCE USA NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2010 Erika Lauderdale 2012 Kayla Lucier

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1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team

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CRCA ALL-SOUTH REGION 2001 Kacey Montgomery Grace Harrington Lauren Kueck Kristen Logan 2002 Kaitlin Bargreen Chelsea Pemberton Kay Logan Kacey Montgomery 2003 Kaitlin Bargreen Chelsea Pemberton Dana Forbes 2004 Chelsea Pemberton Kaitlin Bargreen Nicole Bold Andrea Bagwell Erin Artz 2005 Andrea Bagwell Chelsea Pemberton Kaitlin Bargreen Dana Forbes 2006 Rachel Mayberry Erin-Monique Shelton Lauren Wells Krista Gearing 2007 Renee Brittle Stepanie Davis Krista Gearing Rachel Mayberry Erin-Monique Shelton 2008 Libuše Bruncvíkova’ Erin-Monique Shelton Kendra Warren 2010 Laura Miller Erika Lauderdale Karoline Mikolajewski 2011 Erika Lauderdale Hilary Epes 2012 Erika Lauderdale Rachel White Erika Johnson

ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT IV 1998 Jen Conowall 2nd Team 2002 Kacey Montgomery 1st Team 2003 Kacey Montgomery 1st Team 2004 Kaitlin Bargreen 2nd Team 2005 Kaitlin Bargreen 2nd Team 2007 Stephanie Davis 2nd Team 2009 Libuše Bruncvíkova’ 2nd Team

ROWERS

1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

VERIZON ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 2002 Kacey Montgomery 2003 Kacey Montgomery

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CRCA POCOCK ALL-AMERICAN 2003 Kaitlin Bargreen Chelsea Pemberton 2004 Chelsea Pemberton Kaitlin Bargreen 2005 Andrea Bagwell Chelsea Pemberton 2006 Erin-Monique Shelton 2007 Erin-Monique Shelton 2008 Erin-Monique Shelton 2010 Laura Miller 2012 Erika Lauderdale

GENERAL

EDSOUTH SCHOLAR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2002 Kacey Montgomery

HONORS

CONFERENCE USA ROWER OF THE YEAR 2010 Laura Miller CONFERENCE USA COACH OF THE YEAR 2010 Lisa Glenn 2012 Lisa Glenn CONFERENCE USA ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 2010 Laura Miller Katie Ross Jewell Ludwigsen Rachel Dooley 2011 Hilary Epes Ashley Fichthorn Erika Lauderdale 2012 Ashley Fichthorn Erika Johnson Erika Lauderdale Rachel White 2013 Erika Johnson Ashley Fichthorn Liza Rader CRCA NATIONAL SCHOLAR ATHLETE 2001 Jennifer Bradley Grace Harrington Kelly Kraiss Lauren Kueck Kacey Montgomery Ashley Smith Erika Twedt 2002 Erin Artz Sally BeVille Nicole Bold Kay Logan Kacey Montgomery 2003 Kaitlin Bargreen Nicole Bold Kacey Montgomery 2004 Erin Artz UTSPORTS.COM // @LADYVOL_ROWING ON TWITTER

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Kaitlin Bargreen Nicole Bold 2005 Kaitlin Bargreen Dana Forbes 2006 Stephanie Davis Nina Dobratz 2007 Stephanie Davis Nina Dobratz Heather Hill Caroline Howell Erin-Monique Shelton Alex Shishkov 2008 Nina Dobratz Mary Beth Dreusike Danielle Hmielewski Katie Ross Erin-Monique Shelton Kendra Warren 2010 Libi Bruncvikova Katie Ross 2011 Paige Austin Ashley Fichthorn Erika Johnson Andrea Keesecker Lindy Kirk 2012 Rachel Clagett Jessica Burns HELEN B. WATSON AWARD WINNER 2004 Marissa Allen 2005 Marissa Allen SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 2005-06 Kaitlin Bargreen Stephanie Davis Nina Dobratz Kristen Galloway Heather Hill Rachel Mayberry Marisa Mohan Molly Oellerich Beth Schwartz Leah Smelser Kelly Todd Jovanna Vick Katrina von Peters Kendra Warren Lauren Wells 2006-07 Stephanie Davis Nina Dobratz Kristen Galloway Pam Harder Danielle Hmielewski Caroline Howell Amanda Jones Rachel Mayberry Erin-Monique Shelton Alex Shishkov Kendra Warren 2007-08 Renee Brittle 64

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Kate Brownlee Nina Dobratz Mary Beth Dreusike Danielle Hmielewski Caroline Howell Laura Miller Katie Ross Brittany Sehring Erin-Monique Shelton Alex Shishkov Kate Snider Kendra Warren Jessica Williams 2008-09 Kate Brownlee Libuše Bruncvíkova’ Rachel Dooley Mary Beth Dreusike Caroline Howell Laura Miller Katie Ross Erin-Monique Shelton Kate Snider Melissa Toms RuthAnne Waldrop Jessica Williams 2009-10 Marissa Bell Libuse Bruncvikova Ashley Case Kristin Coggin Rachel Dooley Mary Beth Dreusike Ali Elder Hilary Epes Erika Lauderdale Jewell Ludwigsen Laura Miller Lindsay Nelson Leslie Reynolds Katie Ross Shayna Sandlan Kate Snider Melissa Toms Danielle Woods 2010-11 Arin Anderson Paige Austin Jennifer Bailey Marissa Bell Emily Boyer Ashley Canady Ashley Case Kristin Coggin Mary-Hannah Daugherty Rachel Dooley Hilary Epes Ashley Fichthorn Katherine Hamilton Erika Johnson Ruth Ann Johnson Andrea Keeseker Lindy Kirk

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FIRST-YEAR SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL 2005-06 Sara Becker Tharin Dobbs

Rachel Dutkosky Jaclyn Gonzales Rachel Hickman Caroline Howell Joni Mullinix Erin-Monique Shelton Alex Shishkov Nilou Soltanian Ashley Williams 2006-07 Leila Appel Heidi Buchanan Mary Beth Dreusike Stephanie Droste-Packham Ashley Malousis Laura Miller Jená Murphy Alexandra Palus Sarah Patterson Shargi Rahmanian Katie Ross Rachel Simmons Erica Smith Kate Snider 2007-08 Angelica Amicucci Libuše Bruncvíkova’ Rachel Dooley Sara Horne Glendra Nesbit Tayte Olma Angelique Smith Melissa Toms RuthAnne Waldrop 2008-09 Ashley Case Kristin Coggin Julia Cook RuthAnn Johnson Erika Lauderdale Danielle Woods 2009-10 Jennifer Bailey Mary-Hannah Daugherty Erika Johnson Emily Krison Karoline Mikolajewski 2010-11 Emily Akers Taylor Athan Jessica Burns Katherine Changes Rachel Clagett Rachel Cohen Courtney Fritts Evelyn Gaddis Michelle Goodwin Deborah Higdon Tabitha Maberry Leah Mulcahy Rebecca Murdaugh Liza Rader Precious Rhoades Chloe Ridings Michaela Robbins

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Emily Krison Erika Lauderdale Anita McLure Karoline Mikolajewski Carie Nesbit Ragan Oliver Evelyn Radford Samantha Sedgwick Melissa Toms Ellen Ward Arin Anderson Taylor Athan Paige Austin Jen Bailey Jessica Burns Rachel Clagett Kristin Coggin Mary-Hannah Daugherty Liz Dickson Hilary Epes Ashley Fichthorn Courtney Fritts Evelyn Gaddis Michelle Goodwin Erika Johnson Andrea Keesecker Erika Lauderdale Anita McLure Liza Rader Evelyn Radford Rachel White Arin Anderson Kaitlan Aries Taylor Athan Maddie Bishop Sarah Cavins Rachel Clagett Emily Cornelius Mary-Hannah Daugherty Liz Dickson Ashley Fichthorn Courtney Fritts Michelle Goodwin Makenzie Hoffmeyer Erika Johnson Andrea Keesecker Kayla Lucier Sarah McAuliffe Anita McLure Liza Rader Evelyn Radford Jessie Richardson Allison Toth Rachel Whitaker Rachel White Whitney Wolfe

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Rachael Starr Andrea Stedman Leslie Turner Rachel White Chauntelle Williams Madeline Bishop Sarah Cavins Kayla Lucier Jessie Richardson Payton Smith Erin Allen Victoria Bartell Sophia Grazian Erin Gibbemeyer Katie King Harper Lucas

C-USA HONOR ROLL 2011-12 Arin Anderson Taylor Athan Paige Austin Magan Berman Jessica Burns Sarah Cavins Hayley Clark Krisitin Coggin Sarah Copeland Mary-Hannah Daugherty Liz Dickson Hilary Epes Ashley Fichthorn Courtney Fritts Michelle Goodwin Erika Johnson Andrea Keesecker Erika Lauderdale Anita McLure Sarah Beth Nelius Evelyn Radford Leighanne Self Payton Smith Rachel White Rachel Whitaker 2012-13 Erin Allen Arin Anderson Taylor Athan Paige Austin Victoria Bartell Maddie Bishop Charlsey Bush Sarah Cavins Rachel Clagett Emily Cornelius Mary-Hannah Daugherty Ashley Fichthorn Courtney Fritts Erin Gibbemeyer Michelle Goodwin Sophia Grazian 66

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C-USA COMMISSIONERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S ACADEMIC MEDAL 2011-12 Kaitlan Aries Maddie Bishop Sarah Castilaw Rachel Clagett Emily Cornelius Evelyn Gaddis Courtney Henderson Makenzie Hoffmeyer Kayla Lucier Jessie Richardson Allison Toth Chiazom Ugo-Obi Emily Widelock Whitney Wolfe 2012-13 Kaitlan Aries Victoria Bartell Maddie Bishop Emily Cornelius Sarah Hagaman Madeleine Hartle MaryNell Hayes Katie King Kayla Lucier Jessie Richardson Whitney Wolfe

GENERAL ROWERS RESULTS HONORS

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IT NEVER OCCURS TO YOU THAT YOU COULD PULL LESS HARD IT NEVER OCCURS TO YOU THAT YOU WOULD LET YOUR TEAM DOWN, MUCH LESS YOURSELF. IN FACT, THE ONLY THING THAT OCCURS IS THE SENSE THAT YOU WILL. YOU WILL DO IT FOR YOURSELF YOU WILL WIN THIS RACE YOU WILL DO IT FOR YOUR BOAT YOU WILL DO IT FOR YOUR TEAM YOU WILL DO IT FOR THE PROGRAM AND YOU WILL MAKE IT HAPPEN NOW

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