Date of birth
2006, Michigan State University
Michigan State University, 2010
USRowing Training Center – Princeton
Nine – Under 23, 2010; Senior, 2011, 2013-19
Finished fourth in the four at the 2019 World Rowing Cup II...Finished second in the four and third in the pair at the 2019 World Rowing Cup I...Won gold in the eight at the 2018 World Rowing Championships...Won bronze in the four and eight at the 2018 World Rowing Cup III...Finished fourth in the eight at the 2017 World Rowing Championships…Finished third in the eight at 2017 World Rowing Cup II...Placed fourth in the four at the 2017 World Rowing Cup II...Placed first in the eight at the 2016 World Rowing Cup II...Won gold in the eight at the 2016 Olympic Games…Won the eight and four at the 2015 World Cup II…Won the eight at the 2015 World Rowing Championships…Placed second in four at the 2014 World Rowing Championships…Won the eight at the 2013 World Rowing Championships…Won the eight at the 2013 World Cup III that set a world record (5:54.16)...Won the four at the 2011 World Rowing Championships...Won the eight at the 2010 World Rowing Under 23 Championships.
Finished second in the pair at the 2017 Spring Speed Order I...Finished fourth in the pair at the 2015 National Selection Regatta I...Won the four at the 2011 Senior World Championship Trials...Won the varsity eight at the 2008, 2009 and 2010 Big 10 Championships.
After rowing, Emily would like to pursue a masters degree. Her parents are her personal heroes. The most influential person in her sporting career has been her college coach, Matt Weise, who showed her how much potential she had and encouraged her to keep developing herself in the sport of rowing. In 2010, Emily was named a Division I First-Team All-American, First-Team All-Big Ten, First-Team All-Central Region and the Big Ten Rowing Conference Athlete of the Year.