Women's Rowing

    Katherine Gleadow
    Katherine  Gleadow

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Vancouver, B.C.

    High School:
    Crofton House School

    Height:
    5-9

    Position:
    Port

    05/03/2015

    No. 15 Trojan Rowers Complete Cross-Country Dual With Princeton

    The USC second varsity eight edged its Princeton counterpart in a dual on Lake Carnegie

    04/11/2015

    Women of Troy Cruise to 14th Straight Win Over Crosstown Rival UCLA

    The Trojans' varsity eight has never lost to the Bruins in the 14-year history of the head-to-head dual

    03/29/2015

    USC Rowing Claims Fifth Straight Jessop-Whittier Cup

    The Women of Troy successfully defended their San Diego Crew Classic title

    03/28/2015

    Trojan Boats Push Through to Crew Classic Grand Finals

    The Women of Troy opened 2015 by putting four boats into grand finals on the first day of the San Diego Crew Classic

    10/28/2014

    Trojan Boats Take First at Head of the American Regatta

    The Women of Troy showed their speed at the second head race of the fall season

    06/02/2013

    Women's Rowing: NCAA Championships

    The second-ranked Women of Troy completed the 2013 campaign with a program-best fourth-place finish in the NCAA Division I Women's Rowing Championships at Eagle Creek Park on Sunday (June 2). USC's varsity four claimed silver in the fours grand final to take the podium while the Trojans' second varsity eight enjoyed a best-ever finish of fourth place. USC's varsity eight topped off the day with a sixth-place finish in its grand final.

    2014-15
    Katherine Gleadow enters her senior season as a port rower for the Women of Troy.

    2013-14
    As a junior, Gleadow served as a team captain and rowed in the varsity four for the majority of the season. She stroked the V4 to wins at the Pac-12 Challenge and a victory for the Karen Plumleigh Cortney Cup at the San Diego Crew Classic. She also stroked the boat to a win over UCLA in the USC-UCLA dual. Gleadow sat in the second seat and helped the V4 to a sixth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships. She then stroked the second varsity eight to a sixth-place finish in the petite final of the NCAA Championships.

    2012-13
    As a sophomore, Gleadow stroked the second varsity four boat at the San Diego Crew Classic, Lake Natoma Invitational, and the Collegiate 4+ race at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships. She then moved to stroke the varsity four in the NCAA Championships and guided her boat to a silver-medal finish in the national grand final.

    2011-12
    As a freshman, Gleadow was a fixture in USC’s second varsity eight boat. From the bow seat, she helped the 2V8 to a sixth-place finish in the grand final at the San Diego Crew Classic. She raced from the No. 2 seat for nearly the rest of the year and helped her crew to wins over Princeton, Notre Dame, and Michigan State in head-to-head races. Gleadow’s 2V8 finished sixth at the Pac-12 Championships. From the two seat, Gleadow helped the second varsity eight win a repechage race at the NCAA Championships. Gleadow moved into the stroke seat on the final day of the national championships and helped her boat to a first-place finish in the NCAA petite final.

    CLUB AND HIGH SCHOOL
    Gleadow rowed for the Burnaby Lake Rowing Club (Vancouver, B.C.) for five years under coaches Dick McLure and Cinda Ewton. She was a member of the Canadian Junior National Development Team in 2010 and placed first in the fours and doubles at the 2010 CanAmMex Regatta. She also raced with the Rowing British Columbia crew for one year as a member of the provincial team and helped her 8+ and 4x boats finish first at the 2011 Western Canadian Summer Games. She also finished second in the single scull event. As a senior, she placed first at the Brentwood Regatta in the single scull and was third in the Junior A doubles at the Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Association (CSSRA) championships. In 2010, Gleadow placed third in the intermediate doubles as the US Club National Championships and was second in the junior doubles at the Canadian Henley. In 2009, she won the CSSRA’s gold medal in the junior doubles. Gleadow also rowed four years for her high school under Ewton, and was named Most Inspirational Senior and received the Athletic Service Award as a senior.

    PERSONAL
    Katherine Maria-Lynch Gleadow was born on May 10, 1993, in Vancouver, B.C.… parents are Peter and Andrea Gleadow… has a younger sister named Ellen who is a rower at Notre Dame… enjoys walking and cooking in her spare time… majoring in geological science.