AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned her second monogram with the Irish ... raced with the varsity four for most of 2004-2005 ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... open four placed fifth in the Central/South Region Sprints to close the season ... second varsity four was crowned BIG EAST Champion with a time of 9:01.01 ... second varsity/novice four A crew defeated the B crew, Harvard, and Yale ... defeated Cincinnati with the second varsity four ... member of the second varsity four A crew that placed first versus Indiana and Northwestern ... second place finish with the varsity four B crew against Indiana and Purdue. In the fall season placed 10th with a time of 16:30.87 at the Head of the Rock ... clocked in at 15:49.7 to finish in fifth-place with the open eight-b crew at the Head of the Elk races ... placed third in the pairs race at the Head of the Elk with McCotter.
AS A FRESHMAN: Earned a monogram in her first season with the Irish ... named to the 2004 BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team ... champion in the first varsity four race at BIG EAST ... contributed to first Irish team championship at the BIG EAST Rowing Challenge ... started the spring season sitting two seat in the second varsity eight ... placed third in the second varsity eight race against Tennessee and Michigan State at the spring season opener and runner-up to Duke ... finished third against Michigan, Clemson, Eastern Michigan and Michigan State ... came in second at the San Diego Crew Classic behind Texas and at the Indiana Crew Classic behind Michigan State ... earned first-place honors against Boston University and Northeastern sitting bow seat of the first varsity four ... came in runner-up to Duke in the grand finals of the second varsity eight at the Central Sprints, sitting seven seat ... rowed as a member of the first varsity eight in the fall at both the Head of the Rock and the Head of the Charles ... placed fourth at the Head of the Rock in her first collegiate race ... also rowed as part of the all-freshmen novice four at the Head of the Rock, winning in 19:14 ... finished more than seven seconds ahead of Wisconsin in the race ... placed 29th at the prestigious Head of the Charles in the Championship race.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Was a three-year letterwinner in rowing at Phillips Exeter Academy ... was in the third seat of the first boat as a senior, placing first at the New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Championships ... as a junior, rowed in the first eight in the four seat as her crew finished second at NEIRAs ... as a sophomore, was in the six seat of the third boat that also won NEIRAs ... team also claimed the Gilcreast Award at the NEIRAs, which is given to the team with the most points ... participated at the Northeast Rowing Center and the Holly Hatton Racing Camp during the summer of `02 ... member of the third eight her sophomore season as her crew recorded an undefeated season and won the NEIRA crown ... spent her summer rowing as part of the Craftsbury Sculling Camp ... has also participated in the Head of the Charles ... one of two children for Gene and Patricia St. Pierre ... born Oct. 21, 1984, in Exeter, N.H. ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters, majoring in political science ... earned Dean's List honors in the fall semester.
Ashley St. Pierre