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Maggie Seay
Maggie Seay

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Holy Names Academy

Height / Weight:
5-6 / 149

High School Sports: Crew

High School Awards: Team captain as a senior at Holy Names Academy ... rowed in Cincinnati Regatta as a junior and senior ... Youth Invitational participant in 1995 and '96.

Major at Washington: Economics

Husky Rowing Experience

1998 (Sophomore): Rowed in the three seat on the junior varsity boat that was undefeated through the season and helped lead UW to a second NCAA team title ... season included victories on Opening Day, at Pac-10 Championships and San Diego Crew Classic.

1999 (Junior): Rowed in the three seat on the varsity four that won a Pac-10 Championship for the first time in four years ... also raced in the four that won at Windermere Cup.

Personal: Daughter of Chris Moran and Walter Seay ... enjoys travelling and skiing.

I chose UW because: I had the opportunity to walk-on the rowing team.
The best thing about Seattle is: The summers.
The best thing about UW is: All the cool people.
Favorite class: Scandinavian Studies
My best race was: The Wisconsin Dual in 1998.
After I graduate I plan to: Take some time off.
If I could tell my incoming teammates one thing, it would be: Work as hard as your body will allow and good things will happen.

Seay says: "Rowing for Washington is a very intense experience, filled with excitement and fun."

Washington Women's Crew
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