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Laurel Korholz

Laurel Korholz

Women's Assistant Coach

Hometown: La Jolla, Calif.

Current Residence: Princeton, N.J.

Began Rowing: Wesleyan University, 1990

Date of Birth: 6/10/70

High School: Castilleja High School

Undergraduate Education: University of California at Berkeley, 1993 - English and Political Science

Coaching Highlights: Laurel Korholz joined the U.S. coaching staff in April of 2005. Korholz will assist women's head coach Tom Terhaar in the training, recruiting and organization of the U.S. Women’s National Team. Her primary responsibilities include the selection and coaching of women’s national team crews and camps as assigned by the head coach; assisting in the development program of female athletes; assisting in the development, implementation and budget management of the national training center camps; and assisting in the organization and implementation of domestic and international camps and competitions. At the 2012 Olympic Games, Korholtz coached the U.S. women's quadruple sculls to a bronze medal, a first for the United States.

International Results: Korholtz is an 11-time national team member and a three-time Olympian...Won a gold medal in the eight at the 2004 BearingPoint World Cup stop in Lucerne...Won a gold medal in the eight at the 2004 BearingPoint World Cup stop in Munich...Finished sixth in the quadruple sculls at the 2003 FISA World Championships... Won a gold medal in the quadruple sculls at the 2003 BearingPoint World Cup stop in Munich...Finished fourth in the quadruple sculls at the 2003 BearingPoint World Cup stop in Milan...Finished eighth in the double sculls at the 2002 FISA World Championships...Finished fourth in the double sculls at the 2002 FISA World Cup stop in Lucerne...Finished fifth in the quadruple sculls at the 2000 Olympic Games...Won the bronze medal in the quadruple sculls at the 2000 FISA World Cup stop in Lucerne...Finished fourth in the quad at the 1999 FISA World Championships... Finished fourth in the double sculls at the 1998 FISA World Championships...Finished ninth in the quadruple sculls at the 1997 FISA World Championships...Finished fourth in the eight at the 1996 Olympic Games...Won gold medals in the eight at the 1996 Lucerne International Regatta and 1996 Mannheim International Regatta...Won a bronze medal in the eight at the 1996 Essen International Regatta...Won the gold medal in the eight at the 1995 FISA World Championships...Won a silver medal in the eight at the 1994 FISA World Championships...Finished third in the eight (500-meter race) and fourth in the eight (1,000-meter race) at the 1994 Goodwill Games...Served as a spare at the 1993 FISA World Championships.