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Kaitlin McKeogh
Kaitlin  McKeogh

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
San Rafael, Calif.

High School:
Terra Linda

Height:
5-9

2014-15: Rowed four seat in novice four that won Head of the Rock (10/12) ... sat eight seat for novice eight that placed second at Head of the Rock (10/12)

High School: Won three letters during four years of crew ... took first in the senior quadruple sculls at Stotesbury Cup for three years ... placed first in senior quadruple sculls at SRAA Nationals as a senior and sophomore ... took fifth in B final at YNC ... took first as a junior in the quadruple sculls at Scholastic Nationals ... took first in the freshman quadruple sculls at Stotesbury Cup as a freshman ... competed in both women's and Royal Henley Regattas in 2012 ... also rowed for Vesper Boat Club and Bachelors Barge Club in Philadelphia ... took first at the Navy Day Regatta and the at Head of the Schuykill in the varsity quadruple sculls

Personal: Parents are Kelly and Duncan ... has a brother, Sam, and sister, Kate ... uncle played goalie for Ohio State hockey team ... undecided on a major

Reason for choosing UW-Madison: "I immediately fell in love with the school when I first visited. The beautiful campus and incredible rowing program were the icing on the cake."

What Wisconsin rowing means to you: "It means a lot of hard work and determination. It may mean sacrifices, pain and maybe even tears, but making a boat move fast makes everything worth it."

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