2013-14 - Racing: Raced in the 1N8 that defeated San Diego and the 2N8 that defeated Oklahoma at the Longhorn Invitational...Stroked the 2N8 that earned a bronze medal at SIRAs...Academic: Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll spring semester...C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll...Academic All-Big 12 Second Team.
High School - Lettered as a thrower in 2010 in track and field...competed in the shot put...National Honor Society member...Principal's Honor Roll accolades...choir member...volunteered time with Civilian Conservations Corps and Interact Club.
Personal - Born on November 11, 1993...daughter of Mark and Connie Mulich...has one sister, Maggie...business major.
Athlete Q&A How do you balance school, rowing, a job, and a social life? Balancing school and rowing while also being a member of a sorority is challenging, but I have learned time management skills and have found a healthy, enjoyable balance between everything.
What has rowing taught you about yourself? Rowing has taught me that I am mentally and physically tougher than I had ever imagined I could be. It has also taught me that there is always a new goal to strive to reach and to never give up at it.
What is your favorite memory from this past season? My favorite moment of the season was coming in second at the Big 12 Championship in Oklahoma City. It was an impressive team accomplishment and set the standard for next year.