2017-18: Split time between the 2V8 and V4, starting the year with the 2V8 … Helped Duke win the Carolina Cup with 99 overall points by winning its race in 6:45.6, nearly 10 seconds ahead of second-place Clemson … Helped Duke win its second-consecutive Carolina Cup with 99 overall points and a sweep of all five races … Captured fourth in the morning session at the Clemson Invitational in 6:40.07 … Placed fifth during the morning session of the Clemson Invitational (6:55.27) to give the squad sixth in the B Final (6:14.39) … Helped guide the team to a seventh-place finish at the highly competitive Clemson Invitational as the unranked Blue Devils bested then No. 18 Syracuse and No. 20 Oklahoma in the team standings … In double dual action against two ranked teams in Columbus, notched a first-place finish over No. 15 Michigan State (7:27.7) and came in second to No. 4 Ohio State (7:23.45) … For the first time in program history, all five boats qualified for the Grand Final at the ACC Championship where Duke finished third as a team with 72 points … Secured the top spot in the second heat of prelims (7:18.00) … Earned a spot on the podium with a second-place finish in the Grand Final in a time of 7:12.86 … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Three-year letter winner at Council Rock High School and at the Princeton National Rowing Association (PNRA-Mercer) rowing club … helped her club to a first-place showing at the U17 Canadian Henley in the 8+ as a freshman … helped the V4+ finish 12th at the Head of the Charles and V8+ to first at the Mid-Atlantic Regionals during her sophomore year … the V8+ went on to finish second nationally at the Youth National Rowing Championships the same year … as a junior, received third place in the V8+ at the Head of the Charles ... took first in the Mid-Atlantic Region in the V8+ and fourth at the Youth Nationals … as a senior, the V8+ claimed 13th at the Head of the Charles … received Honorable Mention USRowing Scholastic Honor Roll accolades as a senior ... National Honor Society member, Rho Kappa Honor Society selection and Special Olympics coach … participated in numerous community service events during her high school career.
Personal: Born June 9, 1999 … daughter to Amy and Jake Lustig … has two sisters, Abbie and Lizzie.