University of Iowa Athletics

Lauren Subler

Class Sr.
Hometown Tipp City, Ohio
High School Tippecanoe
Lauren Subler - Women's Rowing - University of Iowa Athletics

2015-16… Academic All-Big Ten…competed in five races with both the 1V4+ and 2V4+ crews… placed first (7:56.20) in the afternoon session of the Big Ten Double Dual… helped the 2V4+ crew to second place finishes in the morning session of the Big Ten Double Dual (7:45.10), and the Lake Natoma Invitational (7:33.93)… helped the 1V4+ crew to a second place at the Tennessee Invitational Conference Challenge (7:30.0)… placed sixth at the Big Ten Championships (6:44.906)… helped team to a fifth place finish at the Big Ten Championships (95 points)…named to UI’s Spring Dean’s List…letterwinner.

2014-15… Academic All-Big Ten… competed with the 2V8+ and 1V4+ crews at the Head of the Des Moines, against Indiana and Kansas in the fall… competed with the 1V8+ crew at the Nordic Nine, the Big Ten Double Dual, the B1G/Big 12 Challenge, against Tennessee, and the Big Ten Championships… helped the team finish second at the B1G/Big 12 Challenge… helped the 1V8+ crew top Big Ten foe Michigan State with a 4.4 second margin at the Big Ten Double Dual… helped the 1V8+ crew to a third place result (6:54.239) at the Big Ten Championships… earned a sixth place finish in the 1V8+ finals (7:15.131) at the Big Ten Championships… helped the team to a sixth place finish, the second highest scoring performance at the Big Ten Championships in program history, and the highest since 2003.

2013-14… Second Team All-Big Ten… Academic All-Big Ten… competed as part of the 1V8+ crew seven times and the 2V8+ crew once during the 2014 competition season… finished second (6:56.42) in the 2V8+ race in the season-opener at Clemson… helped the 1V8+ crew qualify for the Collegiate Cal. Cup with a second place effort (7:02.40) and finish fifth in the San Diego Crew Classic finals with a time of 7:04.38… helped the Hawkeyes to a fourth place finish (6:54.00) in the home opener… finished seventh (7:31.90) and sixth (7:05.30) on day one and two, respectively, at the Clemson Invitational… defeated Tennessee by four seconds in the regular season finale with a 6:47.50 effort… helped Iowa to a seventh place finish (6:53.982) at the Big Ten Championship at Eagle Creek Park.

2012-13… Competed in all three fall events… placed first in the 1N8+ at the Head of the Des Moines… placed fourth in the 1N8+ at the Head of the Rock… placed seventh in the 1N8+ and seventh in the 1N4+ at the Head of the Iowa… competed in all three spring events… qualified for the 2V8+ petite finals and placed second at the San Diego Crew Classic… placed second in the 2V8+ and helped team take home second place in the team standings at the Dale England Cup… placed sixth in the 2V8+ and helped team take home sixth place in the final team standings at the Big Ten Championships… letterwinner.

Before Iowa… Four-time letterwinner in swimming… qualified for the Division II State Swim Meet all four years… only girl from her school to qualify for the state meet all four years… three-time National Meet qualifier… hold school records in three relays, the 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free and in the 50 free individual… team won he CBC Conference title all four year… co-captain of schools swim team her senior year… three-time letterwinner in soccer… first-team All-Conference her senior year… Academic Scholar Award recipient… two-year member of the National Honors Society… high school coaches were Doug Rabe and Tim Rambeau.

Personal… Born December 19, 1993… daughter of Todd and Annette Subler… physical therapy major… lists Jesus as the most influential person in her life.

Why Iowa… I chose Iowa because of the opportunity to succeed in various ways… academically and athletically with a wonderful supporting team alongside you. The physical therapy school is also one the top schools in the nation.

My favorite aspect about rowing is… The mental and physical toughness you gain from it.

What made you want to become a rower… I was recruited as a novice my freshman year.