Louisville student-athletes achieving the feat represent 20 teams.
2011-12: Spent the season in the second varsity eight boat ... Placed first against Duke, Dayton, Alabama, Kansas, and Georgetown ... Rowed in the Cardinals' third-place finishing boat at the BIG EAST Championship.
2010-11: Spent the entire season racing in the varsity four boat ... Rowed to a Cards' win versus Kansas State, as well as finishing second versus Texas, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and #16 Tennessee ... Also rowed to a Cards' win versus Kansas State ... Rowed to a U of L win versus Indiana, as well as finishing second versus Ohio State ... Came in third place versus Boston and Northeastern, while also earning a third-place finish versus Minnesota and Syracuse at the Charles River Challenge ... Was runner-up at the BIG EAST Conference Championships, while also placing fifth at the Oak Ridge Invitational.
Prior to UofL: Went to St. Peter's School ... Played soccer for two years in high school and also rowed with the Cambridge Rowing Club ... Won Gold in the GU16 4x+ in 2009, as well as winning Gold in the GU18 4x+ and GU17 4x+ in 2010, all in the North Islands ... Also won the Gold medal in the GU16 4x+ at Nationals in 2009 ... Went to the top Sculling School in New Zealand in 2010 ... Was awarded the top coxswain in 2009 and 2010.
Personal: Born on July 1, 1992, in Hamilton, New Zealand ... Daughter of Ted and Brenda Zorn ... Majoring in business marketing ... Post-college ambition is to be an underwater archeologist ... Hobbies and interests include shopping and cooking ... Says she chose the University of Louisville because of the competitive spirit it has ... Says the best thing about the city of Louisville is the boathouse ... Says the best thing about U of L rowing is Derek Copeland ... Favorite class is underwater archeology ... After graduation, she plans to travel around Europe with Morgan Dunham ... Says her best race was 2v8 in Tennessee... If she could tell her incoming teammates one thing, it would be to drink coffee.