Ninety Wolverines Named to Spring Academic All-Big Ten Team
2011-12 Michigan Women's Rowing Roster
Rowing Wins 2V8 National Title; Finishes Second as a Team at NCAAs
Both Rowing Eights Win NCAA Semis, Advance to Grand Finals
Rowing Advances All Three Boats to Saturday's Semifinals
Senior (2012) ... Academic All-Big Ten ...Rowed in the second varsity eight boat ... 2V8 finished the season undefeated ... Won a national championship and Big Ten title ... Team was national runner-up at NCAA championships ... Co-Big Ten Boat of the Week (May 1).
Junior (2011) ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Rowed in the second varsity eight boat all season ... Placed third at Big Ten Championships and 12th at NCAA Championships.
Sophomore (2010) ... Second varsity eight... Competed at NCAA Championships, placing sixth... Second place at Big Ten Championships...Fourth at Central/South Region Sprints.
Freshman (2009) ... Member of novice team ... Competed in the first varsity four at Central/South Region sprints ... Also competed in the first varsity four at the NCAA Championships, placing 10th.
Prep ... Bridgman (2008) ... Four-year letterwinner in soccer ... First team all-conference and all-district selection as a freshman ... Two-time all district selection and second team all-conference selection as a junior ... Also played basketball ... Captain as a senior ... ... National Honor Society ... Wendy's Heisman Award ... Four-year Academic All-Conference selection.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ...Doublemajoring in communication studies andAmerican culture... Birthday: February 11, 1990 ... Parents are Karl and Ginger Piotter.
Brewer, Wright Named Pocock Rowing Second Team All-Americans
Large Contingent of Wolverines on Academic All-Big Ten Team
Alumnus Mueller Earns Rio Bid with World Rowing Cup II W2- Win
Michigan Takes 10th Place at NCAA Rowing Championships
U-M 1V4 Advances to NCAA Grand Final, Varsity Eights to Petite Final
Michigan Advances All Boats to A/B Semifinals at NCAAs
Michigan Returns to California for NCAA Championships