2013-14… Academic All-Big Ten… coxswain for the 1V8+ crew in five regattas and the 2V8+ crew three times this season… placed third (6:55.18) at Clemson in the season opener, seventh (7:31.90) and sixth (7:05.30) at the Clemson Invitational, and first (6:47.50) by a four-second margin at Tennessee with the 1V8+ crew… guided the 2V8+ boat to third place finish (6:50.56) and second place result (6:53.38) in the petite finals of the San Diego Crew Classic and a fourth place finish (6:59.00) at Iowa’s home opener at Lake MacBride… placed seventh (6:53.982) with the 1V8+ Hawkeye crew at the Big Ten Championship at Eagle Creek Park.
2012-13… Competed in two spring events… placed first in the 2V4+ and helped team take home second place in the final team standings at the Dale England Cup… placed fourth in the 2V4+ and helped team place sixth in the final team standings at the Big Ten Championships… Named to 2012-13 Dean’s List… letterwinner.
2011-12… Competed in all three fall events… competed in four spring events… competed in the 2V4+ at the Big Ten Championships… letterwinner.
2010-11… Placed sixth at the Big Ten Championships in the 1N8+… received the Novice Award.
Before Iowa… Three-time All-Conference in soccer… All-Sectional honorable mentioned… team won regionals from 2008-10 and sectionals in 2009… awarded team’s Best Defender Award as a sophomore and Unsung Hero Award as a senior… holds school records for most games started and most games played from 2006-10… member of her high school honor roll… All-Academic North Suburban Conference… member of the National Honor Society and Athletes Committed to Excellence… Illinois State Scholar.
Personal… Born September 10, 1991… daughter of Paul and Debbie Bartlett… psychology major… lists her parents as the most influential people in her life.
Why Iowa… I chose Iowa because of the countless opportunities I would have access to within academics and extra-curricular activities. I love the archetypal college-town atmosphere.
My favorite aspect of rowing is… The sheer intensity of the sport and the unrelenting demand for synchrony even in the most grueling moments.