|High School:||Cumberland Valley HS|
2013 (RS Senior):
Rowe sat out her senior season due to injury.
2012 (RS Junior):
Battling injury for much of the season, Rowe suited up eight times for Pacific, notching five starts. A multi-faceted player, Rowe recorded three assists, seven steals, three drawn ejections and two field blocks on the year. She scored her only goal of the season in the Tigers’ near upset of Maryland on Mar. 24. Rowe received the Coaches Award at the team’s postseason banquet for her positive attitude and uplifting spirit.
2011 (RS Sophomore):
Rowe appeared in 10 games in her first year at Pacific, notching two goals on five shots. She also registered seven steals, two assists, one drawn ejection, and one field block.
Rowe spent her freshman and sophomore seasons playing water polo for the University of Maryland. As a sophomore, she saw time in six matches, starting three, before suffering a season-ending injury. She tallied six goals on 12 shots and also recorded five steals and two drawn ejections. As a freshman, Rowe played in 15 games and made one start. She totaled nine goals, 14 steals, eight drawn ejections, and seven assists on the year.
Rowe graduated from Cumberland Valley High School in Mechanicsburg, Pa., where she earned four letters in both water polo and swimming for the Eagles. She earned First Team All-American and First Team All-State honors as a junior and senior. Rowe was also named the Pennsylvania Water Polo Rookie of the Year. She led her team to a state title as a senior and third-place finishes as a freshman and junior. Rowe was the Pennsylvania State Player of the Year runner-up as a senior.
Rowe was born in Harrisburg, Pa., and is the daughter of Dave and Christa Rowe. Dave played football at the University of Delaware. She has an older sister, Aubrey, who graduated from Bucknell in 2009 and played water polo for the Bison. Rowe's grandfather, Bill Rowe, played football at West Point and coached football at South Carolina and Florida State. He also served as Assistant Athletic Director at Florida State. Rowe spends her free time cooking, listening to music, reading, and doing crafts. She is majoring in diversified liberal studies and hopes to teach at the elementary level and become a guidance counselor. She also would like to coach water polo at the high school level.