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William Bleifuss
William Bleifuss

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Schofield, Wis.

High School:
Wausau East High School

Height:
6-6

2013-2014 (Junior): Rowed eighth seat for the first varsity eight boat that finished second to Oregon State, Stanford and California in the 2014 Stanford Invite...filled the eighth seat for the second varsity eight boat that took seventh overall in the Eastern Conference Sprints...rowed for the second varsity eight boat that finished second in the petite final of the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships and eighth overall in June 2014.

2012-2013 (Sophomore): Filled the eighth seat of the second varsity eight boat that claimed victory over Stanford and finished second behind California in the 2013 spring season.

2011-2012 (Freshman): Rowed fifth seat for the first novice eight boat that won its race against Michigan...consistently filled the eighth seat for the novice eight boat that claimed victories over Oregon State, Stanford, Dartmouth, Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Boston and Michigan in the 2012 spring season...competed with the first novice eight boat that took second amongst all teams in the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges conference in the 2012 Eastern Conference Sprints and eleventh overall at the 2012 Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships.

Personal: arents are Chris and Liz...siblings include brother Henry and sister Lydia...his grandfather rowed for UW-Madison...a member of Chi Alpha Sigma...intended major is biology.

Reason for choosing UW-Madison: Great academics and Division I sports.

What Wisconsin Rowing means to you: A chance to train and compete at the top level in collegiate rowing.

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