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Drew Fowler
Drew Fowler

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Kent, Wash.

High School:
Kentwood

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 215

High School Sports: Football, Track.

Honors and Awards: Captained his high school football team ... Helped the squad to a the 4A State Championship in 2002 and 2003 ... An All-State Offensive and Defensive Lineman ... A First-team Washington State Sportswriters Association and Washington Prep Football Report Class 4A All-State selection as senior ... Selected as the South Puget Sound League Offensive Lineman of the Year ... Voted Most Inspirational on track team.

Major at Washington: History.

Husky Rowing Experience: 2007 (Junior) - Traveled with the team to Russia as a spare for the UW eight at the Moscow Race of Champions in September ... Sat four seat in the second varsity eight that won gold medals at the Pac-10 Championships and the IRA Championships. 2006 (Sophomore) - Represented the UW at the Great Race in New Zealand in September ... Rowed with the junior varsity eight during the year ... Helped the Husky junior varsity eight to wins in the Windermere Classic and the Oregon State dual ... Rowed in No. 6 spot to help the second varsity eight to a gold medal in the Cascade Cup at the Windermere Cup ... Helped the UW JV boat to a second-place finish in the Pac-10 Championships ... Rowed in the stroke position at the IRA Championships, en route to a fourth-place showing. 2005 (Freshman) - Helped the Husky freshman eight earn gold at the Windermere Cup ... Rowed in the stroke position in the varsity four boat at the Pac-10 Championships, helping the Huskies capture the conference title ... Rowed with the bronze-medal freshman eight crew at the IRA Championships.

Personal: Son of Peggy and Stephen Fowler ... Mother is a Sees Candies Manager ... Dad is an Operations Manager ... Has a younger brother, Austin (20) and two older sisters, Suzanne (25) and Amanda (27) ... Amanda is a UW alumna ... Transferred to Washington after spending his freshman year at Western Washington, where he was the team captain of the freshman football team.

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