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Jessica Streur
Jessica Streur

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Glencoe, Ill.

High School:
New Trier

Height:
5-10

2013-14... Academic All-Big Ten... competed as part of the 2V8+ crew eight times during the 2014 competition season... finished runner-up (6:56.42) in the season-opener at Clemson... placed third (6:50.56) on day one and second (6:53.38) of the petite finals at the San Diego Crew Classic... helped Iowa to a fourth place finish (6:59.00) in the home opener... took sixth (7:50.70) and third (7:10.80) on day one and two, respectively, at the Clemson Invitational... placed first in a 7:39.00 effort at Tennessee... placed sixth (7:00.950) at the Big Ten Championship at Eagle Creek Park.

2012-13... Competed in two fall events... placed second in the 1V8+ at the Head of the Des Moines... placed eighth in the 1V8+ 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-year member of her high schools rowing team... high school coaches were Rose Marchuck and Sandy Culver... took seventh place in the women's varsity at the Head of the Charles as a senior... took first place in the varsity 4 at the Scholastic Midwest and fifth place in the women's varsity at the Head of the Charles as a junior... took fourth place in the women's freshmen 8+ at the SRAA Nationals.

Personal... Born January 18, 1994... daughter of John and Stacy Streur... English major.

Why Iowa... I chose Iowa because I fell in love with the school on my official visit.

My favorite aspect about rowing is... Water time.

What made you want to become a rower... I learned to row my freshman year of high school. I was told to do it by my dad, who also rowed in college. Now I haven't stopped rowing and he's started again.

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