2015-16: The anchor of the V4, and primarily in the stroke seat, for the entire season … began the spring helping the V4 to a victory at the Carolina Cup, finishing in 7:20.5 as Duke finished one point out of first place overall … tallied the Blue Devils’ lone win at the Pac-12 Challenge as the V4 downed UCLA with a time of 7:21.5 … also placed second to Stanford in 8:07.6 at the Challenge … boat came in second at the Virginia Dual (7:32.1) before turning in a standout performance at the Dale England Cup with two victories … V4 turned in times of 7:51.4 and 7:37.4 to capture both races, helping Duke finish tied for first overall with No. 14 Indiana and No. 17 Notre Dame … ended the regular season at No. 9 Princeton as the V4 came in third overall in 8:00.7 … a member of the V4 for the ACC Championship as the boat placed second in helping Duke to a second-place overall finish, its best at the event since 2006 … V4 entered the event as the No. 3 seed and outrowed the competition to come in second … helped the V4 to the NCAA C Final title during program’s first NCAA Championships appearance with a time of 7:22.311 … boat also placed first in the C/D Semifinals (7:24.262) … a member of the 3V8 for both fall events, at the Princeton Chase and Rivanna Romp … at the Chase, boat placed 50th overall (16:37.910) before finishing 17th at the Romp (14:36.9) … a Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete Award winner.
2015: Alternated among the 2V8, V4 and 3V8 during the campaign … started as a member of the 2V8 against Clemson and Boston University and helped the crew place fourth in both races with times of 6:56.82 and 7:02.70 … helped 2V8 advance to the Jackie Ann Stitt Hungness Grand Final at the San Diego Crew Classic by placing third in the preliminary heat in 8:06.96 … group finished sixth in the grand final … part of the V4 for three races at the Clemson Invitational against seven ranked squads as the crew finished seventh (8:09.2), sixth (8:00.3) and seventh (8:03.0) … at the ACC Championship was a member of the 3V8 and helped the boat place fourth in its preliminary heat (7:22.0) and second in the Petite Final (7:10.8).
2013-14: A Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Scholar-Athlete honoree … helped 2V4 to a win against Notre Dame at the season-opening Cardinal Invitational with a time of 7:39.10 … also competed with the V4 for two races against Kansas, Michigan State and Louisville at the Cardinal Invitational … competed with the V4 against Clemson, Iowa, Kansas, Buffalo and Purdue, helping the boat to a fourth-place finish (7:51.11) … part of the V4 that took down No. 20 Oregon State at the Oregon State Classic with a time of 7:38.1, a second faster than the Beavers … competed with the 2V8 at the UVA Invite, where the boat finished in 7:11.4 in the morning session and 7:07.8 in the second session … in the ACC Championship Grand Final, was a member of the Blue Devils’ 2V8 crew that placed sixth.
Fall 2013: Member of the 2V8 that placed 24th out of 52 entries at the Princeton Chase.
2012-13: An ACC Academic Honor Roll selection ... stroked the V4 to the Grand Final of the Jessop-Whittier Cup ... helped the V4 take second in the second race of the Cardinal Invitational ... competed with the 2V4 at the Clemson Invitational.
High School: Two-year letterwinner at St. Andrew’s School in Middletown, Del. ... rowed in St. Andrew’s top boat as a senior ... received the school’s Cresson Prize for making the greatest improvement in athletics during high school ... three-sport athlete who lettered four years in field hockey and four in swimming ... won a conference championship with the swimming team ... honored with the coach’s award in swimming ... tabbed All-America Academic in swimming ... graduated magna cum laude ... editor of the yearbook her junior and senior years ... member of the Environmental Stewards Club ... served as a mentor at a local middle school for four years.
Personal: Born Mary Jaudon Wilson on Nov. 28, 1993 in Philadelphia, Pa. ... daughter of Samuel and Dorothy Wilson ... has a sister, Elizabeth ... cousin, Billy Hess, played baseball at Columbia and went on to play and coach professional baseball internationally ... cousin, Robert Hess, swam for Savannah College of Art & Design.