AS A SENIOR: Made her season debut at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational as part of the second varsity four … moved to the first novice eight boat in the afternoon session and finished second (7:19.360) … finished out the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invite with the second varsity four ‘B’ boat … garnered a pair of runner-up finishes at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge with the third varsity four boat … rowed the third varsity eight boat (6:43.70) and the second varsity four ‘B’ boat (7:44.10) to a pair of first place finishes in her season finale at the Dale England Cup.
AS A JUNIOR: Switched between multiple boats for the Irish … at the season-opening Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational, stroked with the third varsity four boat, coming in second place in the first and second races … switched to the second varsity eight B-crew for the final racing session, placing fourth with a time of 7:21.61 … raced with the second varsity four boat at Michigan State … came in second to Iowa with a time of 8:23.30 and host Michigan State in the second race with an 8:37.85 clip … came in second at the Ohio State Invitational behind both Michigan and eventual NCAA champion Ohio State … competed with the second varsity four boat for the first two races, finishing second in both events with times of 8:05.6 and 8:21.4, respectively … moved over to the first novice eight B-team crew for the third and final race, crossing the finish line in 8:30.5 … competed with the third varsity four boat at the BIG EAST Championship, finishing ahead of runner-up Louisville in 8:20.902 to win the grand final.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Rowed for multiple boats for the Irish this season… earned first monogram … competed with the second varsity four boat at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invite, beating Duke in the first race with a time of 7:40.20 … placed second against Virginia (7:32.83) and finished third behind Tennessee and Virginia later that day (7:44.04) … rowed for the third varsity eight boat against Ohio State (7:24.46) … came back the next day to get the victory with the third varsity eight boat over Purdue[apos]s ‘A’ and ‘B’ squads with a time of 7:02.88 … helped the third varsity eight boat beat San Diego and Penn at the Virginia Invite posting a time of 7:04.80 after finishing second against Virginia (6:58.80) … also took home first with the third varsity eight against Clemson and Northeastern (7:04.00) … won both races at the BIG EAST Invite, beating Iowa and Louisville (7:57.20), and Syracuse (7:56.80) later that day … qualified for the BIG EAST Championship third varsity eight grand final (6:55.967) … helped the third varsity eight boat to a BIG EAST Championship finals victory over Syracuse, Connecticut and Louisville with another great race of 7:04.39.
AS A FRESHMAN: Competed with three different boats for the Irish in the spring season … competed with the novice – third varsity eight boat against Buffalo … went on to finish ahead of Buffalo with a time of 6:39.7 … was a part of both the varsity four and novice eight boats in Indianapolis … finished third in the varsity four race at 8:14.8 behind a second Notre Dame team and Indiana … crossed the finish line behind only Indiana in the novice eight heat at 7:39.6 … qualified for the BIG EAST Championship grand finals by placing first in preliminaries with a time of 7:22.21 … went on to win the final stopping the clocks at 7:03.24 … finished in sixth place (7:15.43) in the Grand Finals of the Oak Ridge Regional in third varsity eight behind Virginia, Clemson, Oklahoma, Miami (FL), and Central Florida … component of the novice eight Notre Dame ‘A’ and the varsity eight Notre Dame ‘D’ boats … seized first place in a time of 16:51.16 in the novice eight and finished 11th in the varsity eight at the Head of the Rock Regatta … a key cog in the fifth-place finish by the Notre Dame varsity eight ‘3’ boat vs. Tulsa (14:49.8).
PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-sport athlete while attending Divine Savior Holy Angels High School … Three time rugby national champions under coach Peter Helfer … team captain her senior season, MVP junior and senior seasons … All-state selection three years … a member of the Milwaukee Rowing Club that took third at the Minnesota Regatta … basketball all-conference selection senior season … member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, Salvation Service Club and Spanish Club … National Merit Finalist … former Irish rower Kelsey Otero and women[apos]s tennis player Katie Potts attended the same high school … born in Milwaukee, Wisc. … daughter of John and Robin Linnemanstons … has two siblings, Katherine (`11) and John (`09) … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in accounting.