Notre Dame's first varsity four reaches top semifinal on first day of the NCAA Championship
AS A JUNIOR: 2015 CRCA Region 3 first team all-region choice … all-ACC first team selection … 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 … raced exclusively with the first varsity eight during junior campaign … 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: 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.