Mia Mulhearn

Player profile

  • Year Senior
  • Hometown Vicksburg, Michigan
  • Height 5-5
  • High School Vicksburg High School
  • Major Neuroscience

Academic Accolades 

  • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2021, 2022)
  • Ohio State Scholar Athlete (2021, 2022)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2021, 2022)

2022 (Junior Season)

  • Placed second in the 2022 Big Ten Championship 3V4 race, which helped the Buckeyes win the 2022 Big Ten Conference Team Title
  • Rowed in seven races for the 3V4 boat that finished 2-6 on the year

2021 (Sophomore Season)

  • Helped the Buckeyes to a No. 2 finish in the Big Ten and to the No. 6 spot in the NCAA Championships
  • Competed in one 2N8 race and one with the 1N8 … the Buckeye 2N8 finished the year with a 4-4 record, the 1N8 3-5


  • Daughter of Sean and Christina Mulhearn
  • Has one sibling: the late John Mulhearn
  • Lettered in track and field (2015-19), basketball (2018-19), cross country (2019) and soccer (2015) in high school
  • Track captain (2018-19), basketball defensive MVP (2018-19), First Team All-Wolverine Conference in track (2015-19); Track MVP (2015-19); academic All-State in basketball (2019), academic All-State in soccer (2016) and track 400m conference champion (2016)
  • Plan to attend grad school to pursue a Master’s Degree, hoping to one day live abroad and be able to travel all over the world
  • Enjoys photography, travel, water/snow sports, reading, listening to music, attempting to teach myself how to play guitar and ukulele, spending time with friends/family and binge-watching Netflix shows
  • Father played football at Western Michigan University (linebacker)
  • National Honor Society president (2018-19), involved with the marching back in high school and with the Ohio State athletics band along with multiple other organizations (theater, Jazz, Childhood Cognitive Communication and Brain Injury lab at OSU)