Notre Dame senior was one of 13 Irish CRCA award winners from the 2015 season
Notre Dame varsity four places 12th, eight boats each finish in 17th place overall
Notre Dame four boat qualifies for fourth straight petite final, both eights in C final
Notre Dame's first varsity four reaches top semifinal on first day of the NCAA Championship
Notre Dame travels to California for eighth all-time NCAA Championship appearance
AS A SENIOR: 2015 CRCA National Scholar-Athlete selection … member of the top Notre Dame championship eight entry in the 50th Head of the Charles Regatta, finishing in 16th place with a time of 17:18.707 … raced exclusively with the Notre Dame first varsity eight as a senior … 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 … 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 … 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 … runner-up during Friday night heat (6:51.50) at the Dale England Cup … placed second in the first varsity eight grand final (6:28.60) behind eventual team champion Virginia at the ACC Championship … 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: Competed with the second varsity eight boat during second year with the Irish ... won two out of three races to open the spring season at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational ... member of multi-win crew at Michigan State ... placed ahead of Michigan with a time of 7:07.97 at the Ohio State Invitational before finishing off the pace behind host Ohio State with a 7:32.75 mark ... posted a runner-up result in the first two races at the Lake Natoma Invitational before winning the third and final race of the weekend in a 6:36.70 sprint ... finished ahead of Alabama by 27 seconds in the first race at the Dale England Cup before beating out Iowa with a time of 6:58.4 ... finished the regatta by racing 19 seconds faster than host Indiana to win the third and final race in 7:37.3 ... placed first at the BIG EAST Championship, stopping the clock at 7:04.071, almost five full seconds faster than runner-up Louisville ... team claimed its tenth consecutive BIG EAST title ... the second varsity eight boat finished third in its preliminary heat at the NCAA Championship with a time of 7:15.092 behind rivals USC and Princeton ... placed second in the first repechage heat with a 7:27.079 mark ... finished sixth in the A/B semifinal with a split of 7:11.729 ... concluded the event in 12th place overall with a time of 6:38.007 in the second varsity eight petite final ... earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Rowed for multiple Irish boats this season ... earned first monogram ... contributed to the third varsity four boat in a third place finish (7:22.32), as well as the victorious third varsity eight boat over Alabama (7:03.30) at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invite ... defeated Tennessee and Louisville (6:52.60) in final race of the day ... placed second against Ohio State with the first varsity four boat (7:49.13) ... came back the next day to get the victory over Indiana and Louisville (7:35.22) ... won both of the second varsity four races at the BIG EAST Invite for the Irish, beating Iowa and Louisville (7:57.20), and Syracuse (7:56.80) ... won the BIG EAST Championship qualifier with a time of 6:55.967 ... helped the third varsity eight boat to a BIG EAST Championship finals victory posting a time of 7:04.391, on the way to the win over Syracuse, Connecticut and Louisville.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Played goalkeeper for her high school soccer team while at San Marino High School, lettering all four years ... was the goalkeeper of the year her freshman, sophomore, and senior year ... all-area second team as a freshman ... named league MVP and all-area first team as a junior ... led the team her senior year as team captain ... named team MVP and all-area second team her senior year ... played for the Crown City United club team ... also was an outside hitter in volleyball for her high school, lettering her junior and senior years ... received a senior league honorable mention ... ran track for her high school team, lettering her junior and senior years ... placed in league senior year ... was a Girl Scout and won the Girl Scout Bronze and Silver Awards ... member of the National Charity League ... involved with the youth Confirmation Program ... born in Burbank, Calif. ... daughter of Mollie and Ben Beckler ... has one sibling- Christian ... graduated with a degree in psychology from the College of Arts and Letters.