2015: Spent the majority of the season as a member of the V4 before switching to the 3V8 for the ACC Championship … part of the V4 at the season opening races against Clemson and Boston University … boat finished second to Clemson’s V4 in both its races (7:54.41/8:00.37) ... led the V4 to the Karen Plumleigh Cortney Cup Petite Final by placing third in the preliminary heat (8:06.96) … crew finished fourth in the petite final in 8:18.01 … 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: Helped 2V4 to a win against Notre Dame at the season-opening Cardinal Invitational with a time of 7:39.10 … also a member of the V4 at the Cardinal Invitational, rowing against Kansas and Michigan State … 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: Rowed with the 3V8 at the Princeton Chase, helping the boat place 31st out of 52 entries.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at McLean High School...named All-Met first team as a senior after helping McLean win the junior eight and take second in the junior four at Club Nationals...as a junior, helped pace the four to a second-place finish at Club Nationals...helped the varsity four win the VARSA State Championship as a sophomore.
Personal: Born Tani Marie O’Neill on May 2, 1995 in Puerto Rico...daughter of Robert O’Neill and Camille Galanes-O’Neill...has a sister, Hana.