| Luise Fleischhauer
Port Dresden, Germany
BSZ Bau und Technik
· 2006-07 CRCA All-South Region First Team
· 2006-07 Texas Rowing Team MVP
AS A JUNIOR (2006-07)
· Rowed for the first varsity eight boat in eight-of-nine races during her junior campaign
· Teamed with Lucy Mulvey to finish third in the collegiate pair at the Head of the Oklahoma (9/30), crossing the finish in 17:23.398
· Paced Texas' second varsity eight to a fifth-place finish with a time of 01:41.332 at the Head of the Oklahoma
· Paired with Lucy Mulvey to place second in the women's open pair at the Head of the Colorado (10/28), posting a time of 20:53.91
· Rowed Texas to a second-place finish in the women's open eight at the Head of the Colorado (10/28), posting a time of 17:30.35 in the 5,000 meter head race
· Helped Texas to a second-place finish among women's crews at the Fighting Nutria (2/10), crossing the finish in 0:29:48
· Rowed the Longhorns to a pair of head-to-head victories over Miami and Iowa at the Longhorn Invitational (3/16-18)
· Aided in UT's victory over SMU and Kansas (3/24) at the Kansas/SMU regatta, completing the race in 7:24.5
· Paced Texas in its victories over Syracuse and Boston University on day two of the Charles River Challenge - UT finished in 6:50.8, topping Syracuse's 6:52.1 and Boston's 6:53.0
· Helped Texas claim its sixth straight Big 12 Invitational title, with the first varsity eight finishing in 7:16.6
· Rowed Texas' first varsity eight boat to a third-place finish in the C finals at the NCAA South/Central Regional Finals, crossing the finish in 6:49.17, finishing behind first-place Iowa (6:45.20) and Indiana (6:48.64)
AS A SOPHOMORE (2005-06)
· Rowed for the varsity eight boat as a sophomore.
AS A FRESHMAN (2004-05)
· Helped team to Big 12 Invitational title.
Rowed in the eight boat for Germany, leading her team to a second-place finish at the 2002 Junior World Rowing Championship in Trakai, Lithuania ... at the 2004 Under-23 World Rowing Championship in Poznan, Poland, placed eighth in the four without cox race ... claimed third-place at the 2003 World Indoor Rowing Championship in Boston, Mass. ... third place in the eight + at the 2001 Junior World Rowing Championship in Duisburg, Germany.
Named the BSZ Bau Und Technik "Rowing Newcomer of the Year" in 2002 and received the Sachsen MVP award three consecutive years (2002, 2003 and 2004).
Full name is Luise Fleischhauer ... born June 11, 1985 in Dresden, Germany ... is the daughter of Petra Fleischhauer ... has one brother, Robert (29) ... recipient of the 2006-07 Intercollegiate Athletics for Women Memorial Scholarship ... health promotion and fitness major.