|| Elizabeth Herron
Regular contributor in the second varsity eight boat all season...rowed six seat in all events prior to the regatta versus USC and the Pac-10 Championships...stroked the 2V8+ in those aforementioned two events...led the 2V8+ to wins over Loyola Marymount (March 10) and San Diego State (March 17)...finished third in the grand final at the San Diego Crew Classic after finishing first in the previous day's heat (March 31-April 1)...finished ahead of Notre Dame on day two at the Windermere Stanford (April 15) and in the regatta versus USC (April 28)...raced to a fourth-place finish at the Pac-10 Championships (May 13).
Rowed in the varsity eight crew...finished sixth in the V8 at the Pac-10 Championships (May 14)...rowed to a first-place finish in three races at the Stanford Invitational (April 14-15)...helped the Bruins win the Miller Cup (April 23)...finished fifth at the San Diego Crew Classic (April 1-2)...led UCLA to a 12th-place finish at the NCAA Championships.
Rowed in the freshman eight and varsity four as a freshman...earned her first varsity letter after rowing in the two seat for the varsity four at the Pac-10 Championships...rowed in the novice eight in wins over Loyola Marymount (March 12) and UC Irvine (March 12)...helped the novice eight in impressive wins over Cal and Washington at the Windermere Crew Classic (April 9)...was as part of the 2V8 that tied USC (March 20)...rowed the six seat in the novice eight that captured second place at the San Diego Crew Classic (April 3)...rowed in the varsity four in victories at the Miller Cup (April 16) and in the dual meet against Loyola Marymount and Stanford (April 23)...named to the Director's Honor Roll for the spring quarter.
Member of the Marin Rowing Association...named most improved rower in 2003.
Attended Branson School for four years (2000-2004).
Full name: Elizabeth Katherine Herron...born Dec. 26, 1985 in Greenbrae, Calif...is the older of Christopher and Michele Herron's two daughters...has one sister, Julia...career ambition is to work for a foreign embassy...international development studies major.