2004-05: Rowed second seat of second varsity eight in the NCAA Championship, helping her boat across the finish line in the national grand final with a time of 6:40.69, good for fifth place overall ... Helped second varsity eight stroke across the finish line in 6:38.96 at the South/Central Sprints, good for third overall behind Virginia (6:33.30) and Ohio State (6:34.12) ... As second seat, rowed second varsity eight to second-place finish in the Big Ten grand final with a time of 6:29.46.
2003-04: Rowed the six seat of first novice eight, which registered 7:08.80 across the finish line, good for second place over Wisconsin and Indiana in the grand final at the Big Ten Championship Regatta ... Earned second place in first novice eight grand final at Big Tens, contributing to fourth place overall finish for MSU ... Rowed the six seat of first novice eight, which crossed the finish line in 7:06.90 to defeat Michigan (7:29.94) on April 17 ... Rowed the six seat of the first novice eight, which finished first (6:47.00) to defeat Clemson (6:51.20), Notre Dame (7:01.30), Michigan (7:10.3) and Eastern Michigan (7:35.8) in Ann Arbor on March 27 ... Rowed six seat of the first novice eight, which posted 5:04.70 to take second place, defeating Tennessee's 5:19.40 in Knoxville, Tenn., on March 15.
Prior To MSU: Attended Marquette Senior High in Marquette, Mich., Lincoln High School in Manitowoc, Wisc., and Oswego High School in Oswego, NY ... Involved in Club USA Gymnastics and varsity gymnastics ... Named "Most Improved" gymnast as a sophomore in high school ... Elected captain of gymnastics team as a junior at Lincoln High School ... Received Scholar Athlete honors for gymnastics ... Earned National Honors Society recognition ... Graduated No. 5 in high school class.
Personal: Born Nov. 13, 1983 in Oswego, NY ... Daughter of William Gibson ... Member of Lyman Briggs School ... Dual-majoring in Spanish and physiology with a specialization in bioethics.
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