Elise Valantine
Elise Valantine

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Bellvue


04/22/2013

No. 18 Rowing Earns Another Varsity Eight Win at Clemson Invite

Cardinals defeat trio of nationally ranked crews in No. 14 Clemson, No. 19 Cornell and No. 20 Duke

04/20/2013

No. 18 Rowing Earns Varsity Eight Win on Day One at Clemson

Cardinals add three runner-up finishes during opening day of two-day event

03/30/2013

No. 18 Rowing Earns Four Wins at Tennessee

Cardinals row to varsity eight, second varsity eight, varsity four and novice eight wins over Lady Vols

03/17/2013

Rowing Earns Four Race Wins at Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational

Cardinals earn varsity eight, second varsity eight, varsity four and novice eight wins in Oak Ridge

2012-13: Rowed in the Cardinals' second varsity eight crew for the entire spring season ... Second varsity eight boat earned second-place finish at Big East Championship in West Windsor, N.J., as well as wins over Michigan State, Duke, UCF, Tennessee, Indiana and Rhode Island at the Clemson Invitational ... Also had wins over West Virginia, Duke, Eastern Michigan and Miami at Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational.

Prior to UofL: Played Basketball for two years at Bellevue High School ... Honored as team captain 2011-12 ... Also voted most inspirational teammate ... Won Northwest Regional Championship 2010 and 2011.

Personal: Born on Nov. 23, 1993, in Seattle, Wash. ... Daughter of Kristina and Brad Valantine ... Has one brother Andrew ... Majoring in business ... Post-college ambition is to get married and have a family ... Hobbies and outside interests include involvement at her church, family time, babysitting and scrapbooking ... Chose the University of Louisville because of its community, the team and the support athletes receive ... Says the best things about the city of Louisville are Waterfront Park, the coffee shops and the people ... Believes the best thing about U of L rowing is the team that has become her family ... Favorite Class is Economics 202.

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