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Ieva Adomaviciute
Height: 6'4"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Kaunas, Lithuania
High School: Gediminas Sport and Health HS
Major: Business Management
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WSU CAREER: As a SOPHOMORE (2013-14), rowed with the second varsity four boat and the varsity eight crew in the fall…in the spring, participated with the second varsity eight in the Gonzaga dual, helping team win Fawley Cup…competed with the second varsity eight, which placed fourth in Grand Final at the San Diego Crew Classic… represented the second varsity eight which finished third in the Clemson Invite…competed with the second varsity four crew that defeated Oregon State as team claimed Winchell Cup…attained a fourth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championship with the varsity four boat…finished seventh in the women’s single sculls at the 2013 World University Games while representing Lithuania…represented Lithuania at World Rowing U23 Championships…named a 2014 National Scholar-Athlete by the College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA)…named to Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team with a 3.54 GPA…as a FRESHMAN (2012-13) competed with the varsity eight during the spring…helped row the Cougars to victory at Gonzaga dual and Oregon State Classic morning session…runner-up at Lake Natoma Invitational…wrapped up season with a 14th-place finish at NCAA Championships…named Pac-12 Newcomer of the Year and named to the 2013 Pocock All-American First Team…represented Lithuania at the World University Games and finished seventh in the women’s single scull…placed 13th overall in single scull at World Rowing U23 Championships.

HIGH SCHOOL: Competed for Kaunas Rowing School… two-time European and world junior champion in the double class…placed fourth in the rowing U23 championships.
 
PERSONAL: Born Ieva Adomaviciute…March of 1994…father Algirdas and mother Grazina are entrepreneurs…older brothers Ernestas and Aurimas…enjoys rowing, swimming and cross-country skiing …interested in pursuing a degree in business management at Washington State.