Madeline Timm
Madeline Timm

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Elm Grove, Wis.

High School:
Brookfield East

Height:
5-4

Timm's Track and Field Bio

At Wisconsin
2013:
Competed unattached and placed third overall with a time of 22:53 (6K)at the Sycamore Invitational (9/14) ... competed unattached and finished 10th for the Badgers and 21st overall with a time of 14:42 (4k) at the Badger Opener (9/6)

2012: Placed fifth for the Badgers and sixth overall at the Oshkosh Open (10/19), finishing in a time of 22:56.29 (6k) ... finished fourth for Wisconsin and 40th overall with a time of 22:06 (6k) in the "B" race at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational (10/12) ... placed 22nd at season-opening Badger Opener (9/7) while competing unattached, finishing in a time of 18:41 (5K)

High School
Ran both cross country and track ... in cross country, was a two-time state qualifier ... finished 44th overall at the 2011 Wisconsin State Cross Country Championship with a of time of 15:27.96 ... placed 34th at the 2010 Wisconsin State Cross Country Championship with a time of 15:23.49 ... two-time first-team all-conference ... three-time varsity letter winner ... in track, placed 13th with a time of 11:18.37 in the 3200 meters at the 2011 WIAA Track & Field State Championships ... placed 16th at the state championships in the 4x800-meter relay ... two-time 3200 meters second-team all-conference ... 3200 meters school record holder ... three-time varsity letter winner ... three-time Academic Excellence Award winner ... four-time Student Achiever Award recipient ... high honor roll ... Honors Diploma recipient ... Presidential Award recipient ... AP Scholar with Distinction award winner

Personal
Parents are Dr. William and Kathryn Timm ... has two siblings, sister Samantha (19) and brother Joseph (13) ... involved with International Business Student Association and Badger Business Buddies ... intends to major in international business

Why Wisconsin?
"Although I have had to make many hard decisions, choosing to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison was quite an easy one. The University's reputation of world renowned academics, a prestigious athletics program, and a dynamic campus made this decision almost effortless."

ON WISCONSIN
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