Named Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association National Scholar-Athlete ... Spent the season in the second varsity eight boat ... Crew had wins over Duke, Dayton, Alabama, Kansas, and Georgetown ... Helped crew finish third at BIG EAST Championship.
2010-11: Academic honors include Dean's List, AD Honor Roll and Red & Black Scholar ... Named CRCA Scholar-Athlete ... Rowed in the Cards' third varsity eight boat, which finished second at the BIG EAST Championship ... Was in the second varsity four boat's sixth-place finish at the Oak Ridge Invitational ... Also competed in the varsity four boat's win over Kansas State.
2009-10: Named to Dean's List, AD Honor Roll, Red & Black Scholars and BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... Spent most of the spring season with the Cardinals' second varsity eight boat ... Rowed in wins over Kansas and Oklahoma at the Longhorn Invitational, as well as a third-place finish in the B division at the Lake Natoma Invitational and a second-place finish in the C Final at the NCAA South/Central Regionals ... Also rowed in wins over Alabama and Dartmouth ... Rowed with the Cardinals' varsity four boat in the team's seventh-place finish at the BIG EAST Championships.
Prior to UofL: Rowed from 2006-09 for the Milwaukee Rowing Club ... Also lettered in track and field at Nicolet High School.
Personal: Born on March 14, 1991, in Arlington, Va. ... Daughter of Nancy Proctor and Bill Brown ... Has two brothers, Patrick and Matthew ... Majoring in biology at the University of Louisville ... Post-college ambition is to be a large animal vet ... Hobbies and outside interests include horseback riding ... Chose the University of Louisville because of the rowing team ... Says the best thing about the city of Louisville is the team spirit ... Believes the best thing about U of L rowing is the camaraderie ... Favorite class is political science ... After graduation, she plans to attend vet school ... Says her best race came at the Royal Canadian Henley in 2008 ... If she could tell her incoming teammates one thing, it would be to get pumped!