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William Horvat
William Horvat

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bettendorf, Iowa

High School:
Pleasant Valley High School

Height:
6-1

2013-2014 (Junior): Rowed with the first varsity four crew that won the race against Minnesota and Milwaukee School of Engineering in the 2014 spring racing season and that placed tenth in the Head of the Charles in the 2013 fall racing season...also raced with the first varsity eight boat that championed over Minnesota and MSOE...filled the second seat in the second varsity eight boat that placed second against Northwestern and Boston University in spring match-ups...competed in the Eastern Conference Sprints with the second varsity eight boat that finished in seventh amongst the other teams in the Eastern Association for Rowing Colleges conference...sat in the second seat of the second varsity eight boat during the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships where the crew secured an eighth-place finish.

2012-2013 (Sophomore): Filled the second seat for the second varsity eight squads that claimed two second-place finishes in 2013 spring meets, one against Boston University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology and another against Northeastern...rowed third seat for the second varsity eight boat that came in fifth place at the 2013 Eastern Conference Sprints, a meet involving all the teams in the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges conference...also rowed for the second varsity eights at the 2013 Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships, where the boat took ninth place.

2011-2012 (Freshman): Rowed seventh, second and third seats for the first novice eight boat that claimed victories over Michigan, Oregon State, Stanford, Dartmouth, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Boston University at spring meets during the 2012 racing season...filled the second seat for the first novice eight crew that took second behind California at a spring match-up...competed with the first novice eights that took second amongst all teams in the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges conference at the 2012 Eastern Conference Sprints...helped the first novice eights to an eleventh-place overall finish at the 2012 Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships.

High School: Rowed for three years...earned four varsity letters during his four years on the swimming team, where hereceived MVP and All-American honors and won a state title in the 4x100 freestyle relay.

Personal: Parents are Valerie and Tony...siblings include a sister, Liz, and a brother, Tim...both of his parents rowed in college and Liz swam for Emory University, where she won a Division III national title...intended majors are chemistry and physics.

Reason for choosing UW-Madison: World-class chemistry department.

What Wisconsin Rowing means to you: One of the best rowing programs in the country that fosters extreme dedication and hard work.

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