Andrea Korom enters her first season as a volunteer assistant coach to the novice rowers. Korom was a four-year letterwinner on the USC rowing team (2001-04) and rowed with the Varsity Eight as a sophomore, junior and senior.
Among her many USC career highlights, she led the Trojans to a third-place finish at Pac-10s and a 12th-place finish at NCAAs in 2004, a fifth-place Pac-10 finish and sixth-place NCAA finish in 2003, and another fifth-place Pac-10 and eighth-place NCAA finish in 2002. She collected such honors as 2004 All-Pac-10, 2004 CRCA All-America first team, 2004 CRCA All-West Region first team, 2004 Pac-10 All-Academic second team, 2004 Marks Scholar-Athlete, 2003 CRCA All-America Second Team, 2003 CRCA All-West Region first team, 2003 All-Pac-10, 2003 Marks Scholar-Athlete and 2003 Pac-10 All-Academic second team.
During the summer of 2003, Korom competed at the Nation's Cup and placed seventh overall in a quad boat representing Yugoslavia. She is a 2000 graduate of Svetozar Maskovic Grammer School in Subotica, Yugoslavia, and a nine-year member of the Palic Rowing Club. Korom is also a 13-time Yugoslavian champion in the single scull and once in double scull. She was the 1995-1999 Balkan Champion in the single scull, in addition to finishing fourth at the 1999 World Junior Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, seventh in 1998 in Ottensheim-Linz, Austria, 11th in 1997 in Hazewinkel, Belgium, and sixth at the 2000 Nations Cup in Copenhagen, Denmark.