Travis Breunig
Travis Breunig

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sauk City, Wis.

High School:
Sauk Prairie

Height:
6-5

Experience:
0V

2012-2013 (Junior): Rowed sixth seat for the varsity eight boat that took down Minnesota and Milwaukee School of Engineering during the spring racing season...filled the eighth spot in the third varsity eight boat that defeated Michigan...competed with the third varsity four squad that also conquered Minnesota and Milwaukee School of Engineering.

2011-2012 (Sophomore):Joined theothersecond varsity eight boat members in conquering Minnesota and Milwaukee School of Engineering and helped the third varsity eight boat to a first-place finish against Michigan in the spring 2012 racing season.

2010-2011 (Freshman): Rowed eight seat for thefirst noviceeight boat that defeated Dartmouth, Massachuesetts Institute of Technology and took second to Boston University in the 2011 spring season...competed with the first novice eight crew that took second amongst all Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges conference teams in the 2011 Eastern Conference Sprints...filled the eighth seat for the first novice eight in the 2011 Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships, where the boat took second overall...rowed sixth seat and eighth seat for the second novice eight boat that conquered Minnesota, Michigan and Milwaukee School of Engineering in the spring season...raced with the first novice four boat that also beat Minnesota, Michigan and Milwaukee School of Engineering.

High School: Played football for four years, earning two varsity letters ... won coaches award senior year ... played basketball for four years, earning two varsity letters ... All-Conference honorable mention senior year ... played baseball for four years, earning two varsity letters ... honorable mention junior year ... team captain for football, basketball and baseball senior year

Personal: Parents are Glenn and Lynn ... major is undecided

Reasons for choosing UW-Madison: Good academics, close to home

What Wisconsin Rowing means to you: Very prestigious sport at the UW, being part of one of the best teams of the country.

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