AS A SENIOR: Did not row for the Irish on the season.
AS A JUNIOR: Rowed in limited races for the Irish during the season, competing as a member of the varsity four boat … opened the season up against Duke and Buffalo, helping her boat to a pair of race victories … in the first heat helped her boat to the win by posting a mark of 5:59.3 … the second heat was won again by the crew after stopping the clock at a time of 5:58.9 … returned to the water a couple weeks later against Buffalo, Indiana, Purdue and Eastern Michigan … helped the boat to a heat victory, completing the course in a time of 8:06.7, winning the race by nearly 16 seconds over the second-place Buffalo boat (8:22.6) … named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Opened the spring sea- son as a member of the second varsity four boat … grabbed a second-place result in the opening race against Michigan State, stopping the clock at 8:50.30 … finished third the following day, crossing the finish line after the Notre Dame ‘A’ and ‘C’ boats against both Indiana and Purdue with a time of 7:07.60 … earned a gold medal at the BIG EAST Championships, winning the grand final in the second varsity four with a time of 7:46.132 … rowed in the open varsity four event at the Central/South Region Championship … helped her boat advance to the petite finals after ending the prelim race in third place (7:15.99) and the semifinal race in fourth place (7:12.20) … the boat went on to capture the petite final victory by completing the course in a time of 7:03.60, holding off second-place Duke ‘A’ (7:05.40) … at the Head of the Rock Regatta, helped the varsity eight ‘A’ boat to a fifth-place finish, stopping the clock at 16:37.40 … the fin- ish was the best for the Irish in that heat …rowed with the varsity eight ‘B’ boat at the Southland Regatta and helped the crew to a fin- ish of 17:11.02 in the first heat … the finish quali- fied the boat for the varsity eight ‘C’ Final where they finished the race with a time of 7:12.30 … named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team … received first monogram with the Irish.
AS A FRESHMAN: At Head of the Rock was a member of the varsity eight boat that finished in 14th place with a time of 16:53.24 … also com- peted in the novice eight event at Head of the Rock and helped the Irish to a third place finish … at Cal-Sag was a member of the varsity eight crew that placed 18th … also competed in the varsity eight final E competition and helped her crew to a third place finish behind Wisconsin and Iowa.
PREP AND PERSONAL: An experienced rower at the national level … invited to attend Junior Women[apos]s Trials Preparation Camp … trained at the Junior Women[apos]s World Camp at the Craftsbury Rowing Center during the summer of 2006 and competed in the World Trials in a quad … took second at the U.S. Quad trials … won the gold medal in varsity four boat at Brentwood College Regatta and earned silver medal at NW Regional Championships in spring of 2005 … a member of the swim team and club rowing team all four years at Vashon High School … lettered in swim- ming during her freshman and sophomore years and for the rowing team during her junior and senior years … was a regional finalist for her swim team in her freshman and sophomore sea- sons … also was regional champion with her rowing team as a sophomore and junior … named team captain of the swim team during her freshman and sophomore campaigns and team captain of the rowing team in her junior year … voted Team MVP in rowing as a junior … received a silver medal for swimming at the Junior World trials in[apos]06 … holds records at her school in swimming for the 1650 and 500 free- style events … member of Amnesty International/ InterAct … mother Claire rowed for Brown University … born in Eugene, Ore. on August 18, 1989 … daughter of Henry Jackson and Claire Lichtenfels … has three younger siblings, Dennis, Petra and Simon … graduated with a degree in anthropology from the College of Arts and Letters.