SPRING OF 2003: Captain for the 2002-03 season.
FALL OF 2002: Rowed in the seven seat of the first varsity eight for the fall season ? finished second to Iowa in the season opener at the Milwaukee River Challenge ? won first place at home against Kansas ? also rowed in the three seat of the first varsity four, an all senior boat, against Kansas ? finished first in a time of 15:15.04, more than 39 seconds ahead of the Jayhawks first boat ? placed third at the Head of the Rock, missing second by less than a second ? also raced in the pairs with Kerri Murphy at the Head of the Rock, finishing second ? was fifth with Natalie Ladine at the Head of the Ohio in the pairs race ? varsity eight was fourth at the prestigious Head of the Ohio ? finished Head of the Ohio race in 15:05.
AS A JUNIOR: Became the first Notre Dame rower to earn Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association All-America honors when she was named to the second team ? earned first-team honors to the 2002 CRCA All-Central Region team for the second consecutive year ?earned the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team ? rowed in the six seat of the Irish varsity eight in spring 2002 ? the best port erger on the team for the 2001-02 season ? posted the second-fastest 2,000-meter erg time in the spring for the Irish at 7:13.40 ?earned her second monogram with the Notre Dame rowing team for 2001-02 ? was part of crew that appeared at first NCAA Championship appearance in only the program's fourth year of varsity status ? placed fifth in their heat ? placed seventh in their repechage heat ? finished fourth in the "C" final and 16th overall ? finished fourth in a time of 6:43.20 at Central Regions in a race which featured five ranked teams? as a team the Irish finished fourth overall out of the nineteen team competition at Central Regions ? defeated Tennessee in the varsity eight race by 19 seconds ? two crews were even until the 1,000-meter mark, when the Irish pulled away crossing the finish line in 7:07.70 ? finished fifth in 6:35.31 in the grand final of the Jessop-Whittier Cup at the prestigious San Diego Crew Classic ? defeated four teams ranked above them at the San Diego Crew Classic including No. 6 Virginia ? won the Indiana Crew Classic easily, defeating its closest competitor by 15 seconds ? finished second to Syracuse in the finals at BIG EAST ? placed second as a team at the 2002 BIG EAST Rowing Challenge to Syracuse ? finished first at both the Milwaukee River Challenge and the Chicago Chase ... was second at the Head of the Rock ... won the Milwaukee race in 22:14, sitting in the sixth seat ... moved to the fourth seat for the Chicago Chase and the Head of the Rock ... teamed with Natalie Ladine to finish fourth at the Head of the Rock in the pairs race ... is a member of the Notre Dame Academic Honors Program for the second consecutive matching student-athlete with mentor from their particular area of interest.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Named to the second team of the US Rowing College Honor Roll ... with Becky Luckett, became the first Irish rowers to earn such distinction ... a member of the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association All-Central Region team ... named to the CRCA National Scholar-Athlete Award team as well ... earned BIG EAST Academic All-Star team honors ?had a very successful 2000-01 making the jump from the novice roster in 1999-2000 to the varsity roster ... earned her first monogram with the Irish in 2000-01 ? was a member of the first varsity eight which experienced its most successful season in the history of the program ... took fifth at the Central Regions, barely missing an invitation to the NCAA Championships ... varsity eight finished the season ranked 16th in the nation ... the Irish varsity eight won five of seven races in the spring, including wins over Wisconsin and Michigan State ... was sixth in the Jessop-Whittier Cup at the prestigious San Diego Crew Classic ? rowed in the sixth seat of the varsity eight boat that won a gold medal at the Head of the Elk Regatta .... that marked the first time the Notre Dame varsity eight had won a race at such a high level of competition ... also claimed gold in the varsity four race at the Head of the Elk ... started the her varsity career by teaming with Becky Luckett to win the pairs competition at the Chicago Chase ... again joined forces with Luckett in placing third in pairs at the Head of the Rock ... won the pairs at the Head of the Grand ... boat took second in the Chicago Chase in 17:51.00, third at the Head of the Rock (15:51.35) and third at the Head of the Grand (11:24).
AS A FRESHMAN: Rowed as a member of the first novice eight boat all season, sitting in the seventh seat for the Irish ... placed fourth at the Central Regions barely missing the bronze medal by .08 seconds ... won a silver medal at the Georgetown Invitational which features all of the BIG EAST schools which sponsor rowing ... competed in the seventh seat at Georgetown ... novice eight crew won its opening heat at the Midwest Rowing Championships and finished third in the grand final improving its heat time by 1.5 seconds ... novice eight won its opening heat and then placed fourth overall at the SIRA Championships.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A four-year letterwinner in three sports (basketball, softball and volleyball) ... team captain in all three sports as a senior ... team MVP in all three sports ... earned all-conference honors in volleyball, basketball and softball as a junior and a senior ... a participant in the Media One All-Star game for volleyball and basketball ... played in Northwest District Softball All-Star game ... awarded the Lady Mohawk Award given to the female athlete in her high school who most exemplify sportsmanship, hard work and dependability ... a member of National Honor Society and student government in high school ... one of three girls for Sherri and Mike Warren ... born Dec. 18, 1980, in Cleveland, Ohio ... enrolled in the College of Science, majoring in pre-professional studies and anthropology.