University of Michigan - Michiganensian Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

 - Class of 2001

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Dominating thenaces The women of the 1999-2000 crew team experienced an inspirational and dynamic season. Led by head coach Mark Rothstein and four-year veteran coxswain Belinda Koo, the varsity team merited such honors as first place at the Big Ten Championships and fifth place at the NCAA Championships. Aside from these honors, women ' s rowing was not just a competitive team, but a family as well. As junior psychology major Christina Meyer voiced, " I came to the University know- ing nothing about crew and knowing nobody on the team. I will leave here having discovered amazing things about my body, my mind, and the true meaning of ' team. ' My teammates and coaches are the most inspirational people I have ever met. They will be my friends for the rest of my life. " Not only did the crew team earn outstanding times and secure many wins at meets, coach Mark Rothstein was named the 2000 Central Region Coach of the Year and co-Big Ten Coach of the Year. However, the awards did not stop there. Junior Kate Johnson was named Big Ten Conference Women ' s Rowing Athlete of the year, as well as the team ' s Athlete of the year. Other team awards included senior Jeanine Seeger being selected as the Maize and Blue Award recipient, senior Jaime Stilson receiving the Academic Achievement, honoring junior Laurel Donnell-Fink with the Most Improved Rower award, and Helen Dalis being recognized as the Freshman of the Year. Despite these awards, the women of crew knew how lucky they were to be parts of the team. Senior organizational studies major Caroline Gregory expressed, " Rowing has been like no sport I had ever done before in that it is ' the ultimate team sport. ' Getting to be a part of this program has enabled me to work day in and day out with some of the most amazing people on campus! " She went on to say, " Being a part of the Michigan Crew team has taught me more than just what would enable me to compete at my best. It has allowed me to learn about who I am as an individual and that if I want something bad enough, no one has the power to tell me I can ' t [have it]. " by Jennie Putvin 10/2 10/24 10/31 3/25 3/25 4/1-2 4/15 4/16 4/29 5/13-14 5/26-28 at Head of the Ohio at Head of the Charles at Head of the Elk at North Carolina, vs. Central Florida vs. Virginia San Diego Crew Classic vs. Ohio State vs. Michigan State Big Ten Championships Central Region Championships NCAA Championships 3rd of 15 6th of 64 1st of 24 1st of 3 W 5th of 6 W L 1st place 1st place 5th place Determined to win their heat, the first varsity eight rows in perfect rhythm at the Big Ten Championships. The first varsity eight won each of its three races at the championships, photo courtesy of Athletic Media Relations Sports 169

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