2012-2013 (Junior): Rowed sixth seat for the second varsity eight squads that defeated Stanford and finished second place behind California at meets during the 2013 spring rowing season...filled the fourth seat for the third varsity eight crew that finished third amongst all teams in the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges conference at the 2013 Eastern Conference Sprints.
2011-2012 (Sophomore): Competed in the sixth seat for the second varsity eight boat that defeated Minnesota and Milwaukee School of Engineering in a meet during the spring racing season of 2012.
2010-2011 (Freshman): Filled the third seat for the first novice eight squads that defeated Dartmouth and Massachussetts Institute of Technology and took second place behind Boston University at meets during the 2011 spring racing season...helped propel the first novice eights to a second-place finish amongst all teams in the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges conference at the 2011 Eastern Conference Sprints...rowed fifth seat for the second novice eight boat and third seat for the first novice four boat that both claimed victory over Minnesota and Milwaukee School of Engineering at a spring meet...competed in the fifth seat for the second novice eights and the first seat for the first novice fours that both defeated Michigan in spring races.
High School: Rowed for three years ... team captain ... part of state championship boat in 2009 ... part of ski team for four years ... state qualifier senior year ... played lacrosse for one year
Personal: Parents are Doug and Cindy ... father, Doug, rowed for Princeton ... has one brother, Kyle ... intended major is Business
Reasons for choosing UW-Madison: Friendly people, great academics
What Wisconsin Rowing means to you: It is a tight-knit team that is a privilege to be a part of.