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Mitchell King
Mitchell King

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Green Bay, Wis.

High School:
Bay Port

Height:
6-2

Experience:
0V

2013-2014 (Senior): Helped the varsity four boat reach tenth place in the Head of the Charles during the meet in the fall...sat second seat in the second varsity eight boats that defeated Oregon State and Stanford and trailed second to California during the Stanford invite...competed in the Eastern Conference Sprints with the third varsity eight boat that placed eighth against the Eastern Association for Rowing Colleges conference teams...filled the first seat in the third varsity eight boat that earned first place in the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships in June...honored with an Academic All-Conference award.

2012-2013 (Junior): Competed with the second varsity eight squads in the fifth and first seats, helping the crew defeat Stanford and claim second-place finishes in spring meets against California, Boston University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Northeastern...helped the fourth varsity four boat that finished ahead of Minnesota and Milwaukee School of Engineering in spring meets against the opponents...filled the first seat for the second varsity eight boat that finished fifth amongst all teams in the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges conference at the 2013 Eastern Conference Sprints...rowed with the second varsity eights that took ninth place overall at the 2013 Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships.

2011-2012 (Sophomore): Filled the third seat for the varsity eight boat in its victories over Oregon State and Stanford and its second-place finish behind California in races during the 2012 spring racing season...rowed first seat for the second varsity eight boat that defeated Michigan ina spring meet against the opponent...filled the second seat for the varsity four squad that defeated Pennsylvania and Drexel in a spring exhibition...helped the open four crew achieve a second-place finish overall at the 2012 Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships.

2010-2011 (Freshman): Rowed third seat for the first novice eight squads that defeated Oregon State and Stanford, and took second to California in spring races...filled the fourth seat for the first novice eight boat that finished ahead of Michigan in the 2011 spring race against the team...competed in the second seat of the first novice boat in its wins over Dartmouth and Massachusetts Institute of Technology...filled the first novice eight second seat in the boat's second-place finish behind Boston University during the 2011 spring racing season...helped push the first novice eight crew to a second-place overall finish at the 2011 Eastern Conference Sprints, beating out most other teams in the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges conference.

High School: Swam for four years ... won four consecutive conference championships with team ... first team All-Conference junior and senior year ... first team All-State senior year ... two-year team captain ... also ran track for one year

Personal: Parents are Allen and Kelly ... has one sister, Jenna ... major is undecided

Reasons for choosing UW-Madison: Academics, great campus

What Wisconsin Rowing means to you: A chance to compete at the college level and be a part of a team

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