University of Miami Athletics

Breanna Roney




Fourth-Year Junior


Temecula, Calif.

High School

Temecula Valley





Breanna Roney - Rowing - University of Miami Athletics

2022-23: Rowed the V4 – B Boat to a second-place finish at the Head of the Indian Creek in a time of 16:18.59…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 2v8 to a first-place showing against Stetson, crossing the finish line in a time of 6:51.5…Participated in Miami’s scrimmage against Rochester as a member of the V8 – B Boat…Propelled the 1v4 to an eighth-place finish in the Grand Final of the Sunshine State Invite, finishing in a time of 7:37.68…Rowed in the 2v4 at the Michigan State Invite, finishing second in both heat races, highlighted by a 7:41.62 time in heat one…Rowed the 3v8 to its fastest time of the day in second heat of the first round at the Lake Wheeler Invite, posting a time of 7:26.775 for a sixth-place showing…Competed with the 2v4 as an exhibition boat in the ACC Championship 2v4 Grand Final.

2021-22: Rowed in both the 3v8 and 2v4…Crossed the finish line in second-place against Jacksonville and Stetson (8:29.00) as a member of the 3v8…Switched to the 2v4 for the remainder of the season…Raced in the 2v4 against UCF, placing third with a time of 7:55. 20…Progressively got faster at the Lake Wheeler Invite, posting a finish time of 8:02.031 in the final race…Qualified for the ACC Championship 2v4 grand final after finishing in a time of 8:13.277…Placed fifth in the ACC Championship grand final (7:41.282).

At Washington State (2019-21):  Rowed for Washington State University.

High School: Graduated from Temecula Valley High School…Rowed Varsity 8, 2V4 and 2x for ZLAC Rowing Club.

Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Lilia Roney…Has one brother, Tyler…Participated in dance, softball, shot put, Discus and varsity football in high school…First female to receive the 1000-lb. Club Award in Temecula Valley history…Enjoys traveling, reading, and CrossFit….Chose Miami due to the coaching staff and strong programs within the political science program.