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Scott Gault
Scott Gault

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Piedmont, Calif.

High School:
Piedmont

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 210

Major:
Pre-Engineering

High School Sports: Football, basketball and golf.
High School Awards: Southwest regional silver medal, 2001 ... ARC's Gold medal, summer 2000.
Major at Washington: Industrial Engineering

Husky Rowing Experience: 2002 (Freshman)--Rowed seven seat in the freshman eight that won a gold medal at IRAs ... member of crew that went undefeated all season ... helped lead Huskies to a gold medal at Pac-10's and the San Diego Crew Classic ... also contributed to victories at the Windermere Cup, California, Washington State and Oregon State duals. 2003 (Sophomore)--The stroke on UW's four that won two match races and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Britannia Challenge Cup competition at the Henley Regatta ... earned a silver medal at the IRA Championships as the No. 6 seat in the junior varsity eight boat ... also competed on UW's Pac-10 runner-up junior varsity eight ... rowed in the No. 4 seat in Husky junior varsity dual victories over California, Oregon State and in the Windemere Cup. 2004 (Junior)--Member of the varsity eight which took home the silver medal at the IRA Championships ... UW's varsity eight won the Pac-10 championship with Gault in the No. 6 seat.

Personal: Son of Roger and Roxanne Gault ... mother attended the University of Oregon and is an interior decorator ... father attended Arizona State University and is an aviation and marine insurance broker ... has one older sister, Courtney (24) who attended UCLA.

I chose Washington because: I chose Washington for the rowing.
The best thing about Seattle is: The endless opportunities.
The best thing about UW is: The pride and tradition.
Favorite class: Negotiations.
My best race was: Pac-10s in 2004; Never count out our sprint.
After I graduate, I plan to: Pursue industrial engineering.
If I could tell my incoming teammates one thing, it would be: Winning is worth the effort.

Gault says: "One goal - to win."

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