UW Health Sports Medicine 




Jacquelyn Koykkar
Jacquelyn Koykkar

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Madison, Wis.

High School:
Madison Memorial

2012-2013 (Senior): Stroked the open four "C" boat to a second-place finish at the Milwaukee River Challenge. Rowed the open eight "A" boat to a first-place finish at the Milwaukee River Challenge.

2011-2012 (Junior): Rowed three seat for the varsity eight boat that finished third at the Big Ten Championships.

2010-2011 (Sophomore): Rowed three seat for the collegiate eight "openweight B" squad that finished first at the Head of the Rock ... stroked three seat for the victorious novice eight "openweight A" team at the Head of the Iowa ... stroked the victorious varsity four "openweight A" boat at the Head of the Iowa ... stroked the varsity eight boat to a wins over Central Florida and Oklahoma at the Longhorn Invitational ... stroked the varsity eight boat that finished fourth at the Big Ten Championships ... rowed three seat as the varsity eight squad earned a silver medal in the NCAA Championships' petite final.

High School: Two-time letterwinner in four years of tennis ... two-time team MVP ... captained team ... won Spartan Athlete Award ... earned four letters in softball ... captained team ... named first-team all-conference and second-team all-area ... won two letters in four years of basketball

Personal: Parents are Joseph and Barbara Koykkar... major is undeclared

What Wisconsin Rowing means to you: A fun time to meet new people, develop skills, become in great shape and compete

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