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Stacey Gilham
  Stacey Gilham

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

High School:
Brentwood

Height:
5-4

Position:
Starboard

Experience:
4 Letters Earned


AT TULSA - Was a four-year letterwinner.

SENIOR (2007-08) - Participated in nine of 11 regattas . . . helped the Collegiate 4+ claim a top finish and the Collegiate 8+ post a second-place mark at the Head of the Des Moines . . . at the Head of the Oklahoma, was a member of the Collegiate 4+ that tallied a second-place finish with a time of 16:37.18 . . . aided the Championship 4+ to an eighth-place finish at the Head of the Charles . . . with Allison Bridge, claimed a gold medal in the Open Double with a time of 10:48 at the Wichita Frostbite Regatta . . . registered a top mark in the Open 4+ and Varsity 8+ at the Wichita Frostbite Regatta and the Lawless Cup . . . guided the Varsity 4+ to a top finish and the Varsity 8+ to a third-place mark at the Midwest Intercollegiate Rowing Championship.

JUNIOR (2006-07) - Participated in every regatta . . . helped the Collegiate 4+ earn a fourth-place mark and the Collegiate 2- `B' finish sixth at the Head of the Oklahoma . . . at the Wichita Frostbite, raced the Open 2x `A' to a top mark and assisted the Open 4+ `B' to a top finish in a time of 9:52 . . . aided the Varsity 8+ to a top mark at the Wichita Frostbite . . . at the Lawless Cup, helped earn a top finish in the Varsity 8+ . . . rowed in the Varsity 8+, finishing sixth overall at the Knecht Cup and Dad Vail Regatta . . . assisted the Varsity 8+ to a top finish in the petite final at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship and to a third-place mark at the Midwest Intercollegiate Rowing Championship . . . also at the MIRC, aided the Varsity 4+ `A' to a top finish in a time of 7:40.73.

SOPHOMORE (2005-06) - Participated in all but one regatta . . . notched a first-place mark in the Varsity 4+ at the Head of the Oklahoma . . . was a member of the Championship 4+ which took fifth at the Head of the Charles . . . assisted the Varsity 4+ to a victory and notched a second-place mark in the Varsity 8+ at the Wichita Frostbite . . . helped the Varsity 8+ record a third-place finish in the petite final at the Lake Wheeler Invitational . . . was victorious in the Varsity 4+ at the Midwest Intercollegiate Rowing Championships . . . was a member of the Varsity 8+ which took third in the petite final at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship . . . led the Varsity 8+ team that placed sixth in the semifinals at the Dad Vail Regatta.

FRESHMAN (2004-05) - Participated in every regatta . . . helped the Open 8+ `A' to a third-place finish at the Head of the Des Moines Regatta . . . was a member of the Open 4+ that finished second and also raced in the Open 8+ that finished fifth at the Head of the Oklahoma Centennial Regatta . . . assisted her crew to a top finish in the Club 4+ at the Head of the Charles Regatta . . . raced in the Varsity 4+ that finished first at the Wichita Frostbite Regatta, and helped the Varsity 8+ to a top finish . . . also rowed to a first-place finish with Sarah Laurent in the Open Double at the Wichita Frostbite . . . at the Lawless Cup, led the Varsity 8+ to a top finish over Creighton University . . . was a member of the Varsity 8+ that finished third in the petite final at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship . . . aided the Varsity 8+ to a top mark at the Oklahoma Cup Regatta . . . was also a member of the Varsity 8+ that finished fifth in the semifinals at the Dad Vail Regatta . . . received the TU Rowing Hammer Award, which is presented to the rower who has the fastest time in a 2000-meter race on the ergometer.

PRIOR TO TULSA - Attended Brentwood College School where she was a member of the volleyball, basketball, field hockey, rugby and rowing teams . . . led her field hockey team to a fourth-place finish at the provincial tournament, and helped her rowing team to a third-place mark in the Heavyweight 4x and the Heavyweight 8+ at the Canadian National Championships . . . also led her volleyball and basketball teams to several top-five tournament or provincial finishes.

PERSONAL - An exercise sports science major . . . born October 14, 1986 . . . one of three children of Shirley Roozen and Dwayne Gilham . . . volunteered for the city of Edmonton for two summers and worked at Youth Camps as a Junior Leader.

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Contact Natasha Ostopovich at natasha-ostopovich@utulsa.edu