Women's Rowing



10/29 Women's Rowing vs. Tulsa

Women's Rowing took on Tulsa on October 29th, 2010.

AS A JUNIOR: Was coxswain for multiple boats during the spring season for the Irish ... started the spring season off against Buffalo where she guided the second varsity eight boat to victory (6:17.16) ... competed in two events in Indianapolis ... finished in third in the varsity four (8:14.8) behind another Notre Dame team and Indiana ... competed with the victorious second varsity four boat in Indianapolis, gliding across the finish line at 7:34.4 and finishing ahead of Indiana and a second Notre Dame boat ... 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 BIG EAST Championship final by stopping the clocks at 7:03.24 ... placed fourth (7:51.68) at the Oak Ridge Regional Grand Final in the open four regatta behind Virginia "A," Clemson, and Virginia "B" ... qualified for the grand finals by placing second in heat A behind Virginia "A" ... earned fourth place in the Notre Dame varsity four "A" boat in the Head of the Rock Regatta (17:43.69) ... was the coxswain for the varsity eight Notre Dame "3" boat that captured fifth place vs. Tulsa in a time of 14:49.8 ... secured a first-place finish vs. Tulsa in the varsity four race, guiding the Notre Dame "1" boat to a time of 11:37.6.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Began spring season as coxswain of the second varsity eight boat before taking over the varsity four boat midway through the season ... against Duke and Buffalo, earned two heat victories after finishing the races in times of 5:14.5 and 5:18.3, respectively ... returned to the water two weeks later against Michigan and Michigan State, finishing in third place after posting a time of 6:54.9 ... captured a race victory the following day against Buffalo, Indiana, Purdue and Eastern Michigan, freezing the clock at 7:20.7 ... moved to coxswain of the varsity four against USC and UCLA, finishing second in each of the two races ... in the morning session against the Trojans, crossed the line at 7:56.90 ... in the afternoon against the Bruins, stopped the clock at 8:53.03 ... advanced to the grand finals at the BIG EAST Championships after winning in prelims with a time of 7:56.782 ... captured grand final gold after setting the mark at 8:08.885 ... secured a lane in the petite finals at the Central/South Sprints, finishing in third place after recording a time of 7:35.33 ... coxed the Irish varsity eight "3" boat to an 11th-place finish in 16:33.53 at the Head of the Rock ... was also the coxswain for the varsity four "3" boat which finished seventh at the Head of the Rock in 17:26.86 ... coxswain for the varsity four "B" boat against Indiana, Iowa and Michigan State on South Bend's St. Joseph River ... boat went on to win flight two in a time of 14:39.20 ... named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team.

AS A FRESHMAN: Started spring season serving as the coxswain for the Notre Dame "B" second varsity four boat ... helped the five-member boat earn a third-place finish against Michigan State in the opening event of the spring, finishing the course in 9:01.83 ... the following day against Indiana and Purdue, coxed the "B" boat to a second-place finish with a time of 7:05.00, as the Irish went on to finish first, second and third in the race ... switched back as coxswain of the second novice eight boat in the four-team regatta at Ohio State ... helped lead her boat to two race victories on the day, defeating Ohio State in the morning session with a winning time of 7:11.12 and knocking off Minnesota in the afternoon session with a victorious mark of 7:04.00 ... coxed the novice four boat at the BIG EAST Championships in the grand final, helping lead the boat to the gold medal in a time of 8:02.648 ... coxed the Notre Dame "B" open varsity four to a fourth-place finish in the C final at the South/Central Sprints with a time of 7:18.13 ... earned a spot in the finals after finishing fifth in the prelims posting a time of 7:29.81 and second in the semifinals crossing the finish line at 7:21.61 ... did not coxswain at the Head of the Rock regatta ... got first race experience with the Irish, coxing the Notre Dame "A" boat in the novice eight race at the Southland Regatta ... crew finished the race in a time of 20:47.16.

PREP AND PERSONAL: While attending Marist High School in Chicago, Ill., participated in both swimming and track and field ... lettered her senior season on the swim team under the direction of Megan Scanlon ... was a member of both the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society ... born in Palos Heights, Ill. on November 15, 1989 ... daughter of Robert and Susan Gilhooly ... has three younger siblings: William, Michelle and Brian ... majoring in civil engineering in the College of Engineering.

Jacqueline Gilhooly
Jacqueline  Gilhooly

Palos Heights, IL

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