AS A JUNIOR: 2015 CRCA Region 3 first team all-region choice â€¦ all-ACC first team selection â€¦ all-ACC Rowing Academic Team … made second straight appearance at the Head of the Charles Regatta, racing with Notre Dame’s first championship eight and finishing in 16th place with a time of 17:18.707 â€¦ raced exclusively with the first varsity eight during junior campaign â€¦ logged a pair of runner-up results while claiming a heat victory in a time of 5:56.767 during the second session of the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational â€¦ after finishing as runner-up to No. 1 Ohio State (6:29.48), downed No. RV Michigan State in 6:27.36 for a heat win at the Big Ten/ACC Double Dual in Columbus, Ohio â€¦ recorded two second place finishes at the Lake Natoma Invitational, clocking fastest time of the weekend (6:33.70) against No. 3 California and Rhode Island â€¦ runner-up during Friday night heat (6:51.50) at the Dale England Cup â€¦ placed second in the first varsity eight grand final (6:28.60) behind eventual team champion Virginia at the ACC Championship â€¦ finished in 17th place overall at the NCAA Championship after crossing the finish line in 6:44.901 of the first varsity eight C final on Lake Natoma.
AS A SOPHOMORE: 2014 CRCA South all-region second team selection … competed primarily with the first varsity eight boat … opened the fall season in the championship eight boat at the Head of the Charles regatta with a sixth place finish (16:58.595) … notched first win of the season at the Oak Ridge Invitational with the first varsity eight, defeating Louisville (6:31.700) in the Saturday morning session … in the Sunday session, helped row the varsity eight boat to a victory over Duke (6:40.500) … earned a runner-up finish at the Lake Natoma Invitational, finishing behind Southern California (6:30.30) in the Saturday morning session … collected two more runner-up finishes at the Lake Natoma Invite to close out the weekend … finished second place behind Ohio State in the varsity eight’s opening race at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge … crossed the finish line first at the Dale England Cup with the first varsity eight boat (6:17.90) – the 6:17.90 readout was the fastest time of the year by any ACC boat during sanctioned racing … in the Saturday morning session, picked up another win with the first varsity eight boat with a time of 6:26.60, defeating Alabama … closed out the regatta with another victory over Rhode Island (6:20.00) … earned ACC Crew of the Week honors on April 29, the first weekly ACC award claimed by a Notre Dame boat in program history … took the top spot in the second heat with the first varsity eight boat at the ACC Championship (6:47.60) … earned a runner-up finish in the first varsity eight grand finals at the conference championship regatta (6:28.80) … stroked the Irish eight into third place in the preliminary heat of the NCAA Championship with a time of 6:29.737, before winning the repechage heat with a 6:28.873 mark … rowed to a fifth place finish in the A/B semifinal with a time of 6:42.132 … closed out sophomore campaign with a third place finish in the petite final (6:57.515), allowing the Notre Dame first varsity eight to finish the season ranked ninth in the nation.
AS A FRESHMAN: Named to the all-BIG EAST second team … stroked with the first varsity eight team … won first race at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational in 6:40.70 before finishing behind defending NCAA champion Virginia in 6:36.022 … came back to win final race against Louisville and Miami, posting a 6:39.50 clip … the Notre Dame eight launch was named BIG EAST Boat of the Week March 20 … pulled ahead of Iowa in first race at Michigan State in 6:55.10 and host Michigan State in 7:03.10 in the second race … defeated Michigan by one and a half seconds at the Ohio State Invitational, but fell behind the Buckeye boat in the afternoon race, finishing in 7:21.26 … came in second to west coast foes USC and California at the Lake Natoma Invitational before pulling ahead of Washington State and Wisconsin in the final race to win in 6:30.30 … beat Alabama and Iowa in first two races at the fifth annual Dale England Cup before cruising past host Indiana by almost a full 30 seconds … won grand final race in 6:49.656 at the BIG EAST Championship in last year competing in the conference … stroked into third place in the preliminary heat at the NCAA Championship with a time of 7:07.338 … finished third in the repechage race behind rivals Stanford and Yale, marking down a 7:05.656 finish, good enough to qualify for the C/D semifinals … won the semifinal race in 7:37.292 … finished the three-day event in 13th place overall, winning the third final in a time of 6:36.141 … earned a monogram.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Rowed at Our Lady of Lourdes High School … was a New York State Scholastic, Stotesbury Cup Regatta and SRA National champion with the junior four boat … boat finished in 11th place in the junior women’s category at the 2011 CRASH-B World Indoor Rowing Championships … also was a member of the New York State Scholastic champion varsity four crew … took sixth place in the junior women’s category at the 2012 CRASH-B World Indoor Rowing Championships and was a member of the Junior Rowing National Team … won a silver medal in the junior women’s eight boat at the Junior World Championships … also participated in cross country … garnered cross country Rookie of the Year and all-league honors, and was league champion as a freshman … won the 2010 cross country coach’s award as a sophomore … earned all-league and all-county honors in cross country and was named Most Valuable Player as a senior … daughter of William and Christine Mulvey … has one brother, Brendan, who rowed at Marist College … enrolled in the College of Engineering, majoring in mechanical engineering.