Made a big impact as a sophomore, earning All-America honors and scoring vital points for Cal with her fifth-place finish on the platform in the 2012 NCAA Championships.
She qualified for 2012 NCAAs by taking third place in the platform final at the NCAA Zone E Diving Qualifying Meet, at which she became the first Cal women's diver in 21 years - and just the second overall - to reach the NCAA Championships.
Rowell capped her first year as a Golden Bear by posting an eighth-place finish - with a score of 449.00 - in the platform final at the 2011 NCAA Zone E Championships.
She also finished 38th (213.00) in the one-meter prelim and 38th in the three-meter prelim (218.75) at 2011 zones.
At the 2011 Pac-10 Championships, Rowell produced Cal's top platform result, taking fifth place with a score of 250.10 in the final.
Also at 2011 Pac-10s, Rowell just missed the three-meter final with a ninth-place prelim finish (289.80) and placed 19th in the one-meter prelim (233.05).
Posted a score of 217.50 to finish fourth in the platform final at the 2011 Bruin Diving Invitational.
At the 2011 Trojan Diving Invitational, Rowell notched Cal's best finish in the platform final, taking fourth (232.60), and placed 12th in the three-meter final (208.85).
At the 2011 USA Diving National Zone D Championships, Rowell placed 15th (215.55) in the three-meter prelim and 30th (183.10) in the one-meter prelim.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB SUCCESS
Finished sixth on the one-meter springboard at the 2009 CIF-SS Division I finals.
A Mission Viejo Nadadores alumna.
Has five siblings: Joey (31), Jason (27), Stacey (26), Mandie (24) and Lindsey (23).
Three siblings played collegiate sports: Mandie Rowell competed in the pole vault at Utah, Stacey Rowell played soccer at Sacramento State and Jason Rowell played football at Sacramento State.