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 … raced with the second Notre Dame championship boat at the 50th Head of the Charles Regatta, finishing in 27th place with a time of 17:57.501 … raced extensively with both the first and second varsity fours during final season … earned runner-up results with both the first and second varsity four to open the spring at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational … rowed with the victorious second varsity four (7:26.93) against No. RV Michigan State during the afternoon session of the Big Ten/ACC Double Dual … second varsity four added a win during the Friday night session (8:00.40) of the Dale England Cup … first varsity four earned runner-up honors in the grand final (7:18.10) of the ACC Championship in Clemson, South Carolina … reached the petite final of the NCAA Championship with the varsity four, placing 12th with a final time of 7:32.743.
AS A JUNIOR: Competed primarily with the second varsity four boat ... rowed at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational with the second varsity four boat and placed second (7:42.207) behind Virginia ... earned a runner- up (7:36.60) and third place (7:52.70) finish at the Lake Natoma Invitational as part of the second varsity four boat ... as part of the same boat at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, rowed to a second place finish (7:39.66) ... won first race with the Irish on the season by topping Indiana in the third varsity eight boat (6:43.70) at the Dale England Cup ... on day two of the Dale England Cup, helped row the second varsity four "A" boat to a runner-up finish (7:47.20) ... was a member of the runner-up (6:56.40) crew in the third varsity eight at the ACC Championship.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Rowed in multiple boats in her second season with the Irish ... placed second in two races with the second varsity four boat at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational ... as a member of the second varsity eight B-team boat, crossed the finish line in 7:21.61 ... placed second in both races at Michigan State as a member of the third varsity four crew ... finished fourth in a pair of races at the Ohio State Invitational ... finished second in the second varsity four race at the Lake Natoma Invitational with a time of 7:43.40, and went on to place third in the Saturday afternoon race ... won both races as a member of the second varsity four A-team at the Dale England Cup, beating Alabama in the first race with a time of 7:44.2 ... briefly subbed in to the first varsity four B-team crew and finished second to the Irish A-team, crossing the finish line in 7:53.7 ... finished second in the second varsity four grand final at the BIG EAST Championship to close the season.
AS A FRESHMAN: Rowed for multiple boats for the Irish this season ... earned first monogram ... won her first race at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invite, beating Duke with a time of 7:40.20 as part of the second varsity four boat ... also competed against Minnesota and Kansas in a second place finish (7:32.83), before placing third against Tennessee and Virginia (7:44.04) ... participated with the first varsity four team against Ohio State (7:49.13) ... beat Indiana and Purdue by 15 seconds in the first varsity four race at Indianapolis (7:35.22) the following day ... toppled Iowa with a 25 second victory (7:30.10) in qualifying race at the BIG EAST Invite ... helped the third varsity eight boat claim victory at the BIG EAST Invite with a time of 7:10.90 to claim the win over Iowa and Rutgers and a Notre Dame "B" boat ... qualified for the second varsity four grand final at the BIG EAST Championship with a time of 7:30.760 ... sparked victory in the second varsity four grand final, beating Louisville, Rutgers, West Virginia and Connecticut (7:44.378) to end her first season with the Irish.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Competed in swimming, basketball and soccer while attending Rolling Meadows High School in Arlington Heights, Ill. ... also played club soccer with ACES, helping the team claim the St. Louis Metro Tournament championship ... part of school-record holding 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams ... earned conference and sectional medalist honors all four years ... named to the Fenton End of Year Tournament and Mudelein Christmas Tournament all-tournament team for basketball ... finished top three in area in career three-pointers and top 10 in free throw percentage ... named honorable mention all-sectional, all-conference and all-area in soccer ... named the Daily Herald Female Athlete of the Year and District 214 Female Athlete of the Year following her '12 season ... member of both the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society ... member of IHSA All-State Academic Team ... served as president of Student Council ... named a Lowe's Community Scholar, Northwest Suburban United Way Scholar and member of Chicago Tribune Scholar-Athlete team ... daughter of Tom and Nancy Conlin ... born in Arlington Heights, Ill. ... has one sibling, Pat ... father, as well as uncle, Mike, and aunt, Lori, attended the University of Notre Dame ... brother played baseball for Concordia University ... father played baseball for the Irish ... graduated with a degree in applied and computational mathematics and statistics.