University of Miami Athletics

Audrey Lyda






Pittsburgh, Pa.

High School

The Ellis School



Audrey Lyda - Rowing - University of Miami Athletics

2022-23: Member of All-ACC Academic Team…Competed in the 1v8 for the entirety of the season…Rowed the V8 – A Boat to a first-place finish at the Head of the Indian Creek in a time of 13:36.54…Competed in the V4 – D boat at the Head of the Black Warrior River, finishing 20th in a time of 20:17.40…Helped the 1v8 to a first-place showing against Stetson, crossing the finish line in a time of 6:34.2…Participated in Miami’s scrimmage against Rochester as a member of the V8 – A Boat…Placed first in the 1v8 in a quad-race against Jacksonville, UCF and UConn with a time of 6:52.70…Propelled the 1v8 to a second-place finish in the Grand Final of the Sunshine State Invite, finishing in a time of 6:31.15…Competed in the 1v8 at the Michigan State Invite, finishing first in both heat races, highlighted by a 6:36.10 time in heat two…Rowed the 1v8 to its fastest 2,000-meter time of the season at the Lake Wheeler Invite, crossing the finish line in a time of 6:27.971 in heat two of the first round…Placed fourth in the ACC Championship 1v8 Grand Final with a time of 6:34.211.

2021-22: Rowed as a member of the 2v8 for the entire season… Took home the gold medal against Jacksonville and Stetson, finishing in a time of 7:26.100…Qualified for the grand final race at the Sunshine State Invite and finished sixth with a time of 6:48.27…Tallied a first-place finish against UCF with a 6:56.700 finish time, a full nine seconds ahead of the Knights…At the Lake Wheeler Invite, finished seven-tenths of a second behind 11th-ranked Duke (6:46.532)…Placed fourth out of 16 boats in the second round of the Lake Wheeler Invite…Finished third in the 2v8 heat race (6:53.238) at the ACC Championship to earn a spot in the grand final…Placed fourth in the ACC Championship grand final with a time of 6:36.624.

High School: Rowed in the 2017 Canadian Henley…Placed second in the U17 double sculls…In 2018, won gold in the U17 double sculls…Brought home the gold at the 2019 US Rowing Junior National Championships, rowing in the lightweight double sculls division…Earned one of four spots on the U19 women’s national team and finished 12th in the quad at the 2019 World Rowing Junior Championships in Tokyo.