High School Sports: Cross-country and Track
High School Awards: Two-time state cross-country qualifier ... 2000 All-Olympic League cross-country team ... 2001 Bainbridge Student Athlete of the year ... National Merit Scholar
Major at Washington: Neurobiology
Husky Rowing Experience: 2002 (Freshman)--Rowed in open four that won gold at the IRA Championships ... member of freshman squad. 2003 (Sophomore)--Rowed the bow for the Husky crew that won the varsity four title at the IRA Championships ... the bow for UW's winning varsity eight boat in the dual with Washington State ... occupied the bow for the Huskies' varsity four crew in dual wins over California and Oregon State and in a victory at the Windermere Cup ... collected a silver medal in the varsity four at the Pac-10 Championships. 2004 (Junior)--Collected his third national championship ring in as many seasons, rowing in the bow for UW's IRA national championship varsity four ... the four also won the Pac-10 championship ... again competed with the Husky varsity four and again won at the IRA Championships ... UW's varsity four won the Washington State dual and Windermere Cup events during the regular season.
Personal: Son of Michael Galloway and Patricia Klimek ...mother attended Washington State University and is an accountant ... father is a restauranteur.
I chose Washington because: Of the great climate.
The best thing about Seattle is: Seafood.
The best thing about UW is:Favorite class: Neurobiology 301.
My best race was: 2004 IRA Championships; because we fought hard to get to the final and then had our best race of the season.
After I graduate, I plan to: Travel.
If I could tell my incoming teammates one thing, it would be: Row well and live.
Galloway says: "Washington rowing has a tradition of rowing and winning."