Earned a first-place finish with the Collegiate 8+ and a third-place finish with the Collegiate 4+ at the Chattanooga Head Race ... rowed with the Varsity 8+ boat that took third at the Head of the Charles in the Club Eight race ... earned first-, second-, and third-place finishes with the First Varsity 8+ at the Cardinal Invitational ... part of the First Varsity 8+ boat that placed second at the Clemson Dual Regatta ... rowed with the First Varsity 8+ against Central Florida and West Virginia... earned two second-place finishes with the First Varsity 4+ at the Dale England Cup... earned a second-place finish with the First Varsity 4+ (petite finals) at the Conference USA Championships ... named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll (3.0 GPA) ... received Alabama Athletics' award for the female student-athlete with the most community service hours.
Freshman - 2011-12
Began her Crimson Tide career as part of the Second Varsity 8+ and Varsity 4+ in the Chattanooga Head Race ... part of the Second Varsity 8+ at the Head of the Hooch ... part of the second-place finish with the First Varsity 8+ boat at the Oak Ridge Regatta ... part of the First Varsity 8+ boat's sixth-place finish at the prestigious San Diego Crew Classic ... rowed with the second-place Second Varsity 8+ in Rhode Island against URI, Boston University, and UCF ... part of the First Varsity 8+ in races against Iowa, Dartmouth and Cornell ... member of the eighth-place First Varsity 8+ at C-USA Championships ... named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... earned a spot on the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
Rowed for Samuel Proctor and Jessica Meredith of the Newport Aquatic Center ... competed in the Novice A boat ... raced in the Varsity boat for every race in her second season ... member of the Chamber Choir ... California Scholarship Federation ... National Charity League.
Full name: Emily Pierce Chadwell ... daughter of Kristen and Tom Chadwell ... sister, Madie ... secondary education and history major ... born June 21, 1993.