The 2014-15 season marks Dobrauc 13th year coaching the women’s rowing team.
The Pittsburg, Kan., native began her rowing career in 1998 as a Bluejay, rowing all four years. She ended her undergraduate stint in May of 2002 and began her coaching later that Fall.
In her first season at Creighton, Dobrauc coached the first novice eight to a near perfect season, winning seven races and earning a third place finish at the Dad Vail Regatta in Philadelphia.
As a rower, Dobrauc’s novice boats medaled over a dozen times, taking home the gold at the Midwest Sprints in the Women’s Open Four in Madison, Wisconsin. Her senior year she started racing the pair with one of her triplet sisters, Mary, a former Creighton assistant coach. The Dobrauc duo won gold in both of their pairs races. Both still row recreationally.
Dobrauc graduated from Creighton in May of 2002, receiving her Bachelor's in Psychology. She completed master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in 2011 at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Dobrauc works full time for CHI Health as their Disability Management Specialist. She oversees CHI's return-to-work and absence management programs for both occupational and non-occupational injuries and illnesses.
Dobrauc is a member of U.S. Rowing and is a Level II certified coach. She is in charge of coordinating all alumni rowing events and communications. She works with both the varsity and novice boats, focusing primarily on coaching the novice during the fall season.