|Hometown:||Gold River, Calif.|
|High School:||Rio Americano HS|
2014 (Senior): Voted a captain by her teammates for the 2014 season.
2013 (Junior): Competed in all but one event, primarily rowing in the varsity four for the Bears in 2013 … stroked the varsity four that captured the B final at the NCAA Championships in Indianapolis … also stroked the varsity four to a Pac-12 title at Lake Natom … rowed in the varsity four that defeated No. 8 Washington at Montlake Cut in Seattle and captured the grand final over top-ranked USC at Lake Natoma Invitational … raced in the three seat of the open eight that captured the grand final in the season-opening San Diego Crew Classic.
2012 (Sophomore): A member of the junior varsity eight that took third at the NCAA Championships, won the Pac-12 Championship and beat Stanford and Washington.
2011 (Freshman): Rowed on Cal's junior varsity 8+ boat that finished third at the NCAA Championships and second at the Pac-10 Championships.
Personal: Participated in the Sage Mentor Project ... one of three siblings ... brother, Drake, plays baseball at Cal Poly ... undeclared major, but intends on majoring in business or economics.
The best part about being on Cal crew is: The team. Its awesome being able to be pushed by the best coaches and athletes in the country, everyday.
My greatest achievemnt/finest moment was: Standing on the podium at NCAAs.
I chose Cal because: Cal, more than any other University, gives you the best chance of being great. Whether its being coached by high calliber coaches, thaught by world class professors, or practicing with the best athletes, Cal women's crew gives you the opportunity to be part of a legacy.