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Nicole Rogers
Nicole Rogers

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Larkspur, Calif.

High School:
Redwood HS

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 154

High School Sports: Rowing

High School Awards: Competed with Marin Rowing Association ... SWJRA varsity eight champs (1996, '97) ... won junior eight race at San Diego Crew Classic, 1997 ... 1996 junior national team.

Major at Washington: Zoology

Husky Rowing Experience

1998 (Freshman): Rowed in the three seat in the varsity four boat that finished fourth in its final at the NCAAs, to help UW claim a second team title ... rowed in the five seat on the novice eight boat that had an undefeated season, winning a Pac-10 Championship, Opening Day and San Diego Crew Classic titles ... rowed at Canadian Henley, summer '98.

1999 (Sophomore): Moved into the varsity boat and rowed in the bow seat all season ... varsity eight captured an eighth straight Pac-10 Championship ... won eighth consecutive Whittier Cup title at the Crew Classic ... finished fifth in the grand final at NCAAs and helped UW to a third place team finish.

Personal: Daughter of Colleen and Robert Rogers... has a younger brother, Ian ... interested in becoming a veternarian.

I chose UW for: Good school, good rowing and it's on the west coast.
The best thing about Seattle is: Spring-when the sun makes an appearance.
The best thing about UW is: It's in a big city.
My best race was: The semifinals in our four at the 1998 NCAA Championships.
After I graduate I plan to: Try to get in to veterinary school.
If I could tell my incoming teammates one thing, it would be: Study hard right from the beginning and stay up on the homework.

Rogers says: "Rowing at UW has taught me to set goals that I think are beyond my limits and then strive to achieve them."

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