Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
2010-11: Named CRCA Scholar Athlete ... made the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... named to the All-ACC Academic Rowing Team ... rowed with the V8 that took third place at the 2011 ACC Championship ... rowed with the V8 that grabbed third place in the Grand Final at the Oak Ridge Invitational recording a season-best time of 6:34.78 ... captured first place with the pair at the Knecht Cup recording a season-best time of 8:24.06 ... led Duke to two first-place finishes rowing with the first-place open eight and the first place open four at Head of the Potomac ... powered the V8 that took first place at the Head of Genesee ... member of the championship eight that took third place at the Head of the Hooch ... competed with the V4 that took second at the Rivanna Romp.
2009-10: CRCA Rowing Scholar-Athlete … member of the All-ACC Academic Rowing Team … made the ACC Academic Honor Roll … tabbed All-ACC … member of the V8 that took ACC Crew of the Week on April 12 … rowed with the V8 that took first place at the C Final at the South Regional Aramark Sprints … powered the V8 that grabbed third in the ACC Championships … lead the V8 that took first in the US Rowing Collegiate Championships … earned a first place finish with the V4 at the US Rowing Collegiate Championship … grabbed first in the Varsity Pair at the US Rowing Collegiate Championship … rowed with the V8 that took first at the Occoquan Sprints … rowed with the V8 that took first in the Grand Final of the Knecht Cup … took first in the Varsity Pair Grand Final of the Knecht Cup. 2008-09: Helped the novice eight clinch a fifth-place finish in the Grand Final of the South/Central Regional Sprints...helped the novice eight take second at the ACC Championships...competed with the second varsity eight that defeated Georgetown and George Washington.
Prep: A three-year letterwinner out of Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire...a two-time New England State Champion...took third at the USRowing National Championship in 2007...set a New England Record and captured first place in the eight at the New England Championship as a senior...tabbed team MVP as a senior...took top honors at the New England Championship as a junior...clinched fourth place at the USRowing National Championship as a junior...led her boat to the Reading Amateur Regatta as a junior...led her team to the semifinal at the Women's Henley Regatta...finished in second at the New England Championship as a sophomore and sixth at the USRowing National Championships...participated at the USRowing Junior National Team High Performance Camp in 2006 and 2007...worked with the USRowing Junior National Team Development Camp in 2006...also lettered three years in basketball...played center and was a team captain...served as the head tour guide at Phillips Exeter....also headed the Irish Step Dancing Club...served as a Proctor.
Personal: Born Rory Fayne Erickson-Kulas on February 8, 1990 in Naugatuck, Conn....the daughter of Peter Kulas...has a brother, Ryan.