Cardinals finish second in second in Championship 4+, fifth in Championship 8+
2011-12: Did not see rowing action during her junior season.
2010-11: Named to AD Honor Roll ... Rowed in the Cardinals' varsity four boat that finished second at the BIG EAST Championship and earned a win against Kansas State ... Crew finished fifth at the Oak Ridge Invitational ... Was in the second varsity eight boat's wins against Boston University, Northeastern and Syracuse.
2009-10: Joined the Cardinals' varsity four boat for the second half of the season ... Rowed in a third-place finish in the B division at the Lake Natoma Invitational, as well as a seventh-place finish at the BIG EAST Championships and a first place finish in the D Final at the NCAA South/Central Regionals ... Spent the first half of the season with the novice eight boat ... Rowed in a novice eight win against Alabama.
Prior to UofL: Captain of high school rowing team ... Won Most Valuable Rower award ... Won Sportsmanship award ... Rowed for Louisville Rowing Club for two years ... Also played field hockey for Assumption High School.
Personal: Born on June 28, 1991, in Louisville, Ky. ... Daughter of Michelle Jacobsen and Dave Campbell ... Has two step-brothers, Michael and Matt ... Majoring in justice administration at U of L ... Post-college ambition is to work for the Louisville Metro Police ... Hobbies and outside interests include riding horses, working at Feeders Supply pet store and taking her dogs out ... chose the University of Louisville because it is close to home, has a great rowing program and has a good program for her major ... Believes the best thing about the city of Louisville are the yearly attractions such as Derby, St. James Art Fair and the 4th Street Live! concerts ... Best thing about U of L rowing is her teammates ... After graduation she plans to enter the police academy to become an officer ... Says best race was her sophomore year against Clemson... Wants to tell incoming teammates, "Work hard even when no one is looking and you will succeed."