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Maxwell Weaver
Position: 2nd Assistant Coach
Hometown: Snohomish, Wash.
High School: Snohomish
Experience: 2 Years
Max Weaver, a Washington Oarsmen from 2006-2011, is in his first year as a second assistant coach on head coach Michael Callahan's staff. A graduate of Snohomish High School, Weaver began his rowing career at the Everett Rowing Association, where he was first coached by Irma Erickson--the wife of former Husky coach Dick Erickson. Over his five year career at Washington, Weaver won multiple Pac-10/12 and IRA Medals. As a freshman he rowed bow seat in the first Freshmen boat that placed 3rd at the IRA National Championships in 2007. In 2009 he stroked the Varsity 4+ to a Pac-10 Championships and an IRA Silver. He earned another Pac-10 Championship in 2010 as the stroke for the 2V8. That same year he stroked the 2V8 to a course record and gold medal at the IRAs. As a senior in 2011, Weaver rowed 4 seat in the 2V8, helping them repeat as gold medalists at the Pac-10 and IRA Regattas. Weaver was also elected commodore of the team in the fall of 2010. He was also elected team captain as a senior in 2011. Since graduating from the University of Washington in 2011, Weaver has been coaching part time at Everett Rowing Association. He's also been pursuing opportunities with the fire service. He has completed his Emergency Medical Technician Training course and received his certification from the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. Weaver was also recently involved in the Seattle Fire Department's Senior Cadet Program. Weaver is excited about returning to the Husky Men's Crew Program. "I'm excited about my new position and the opportunities at the University of Washington," said Weaver. "Coming back to the Conibear Shellhouse and the squad feel s like coming home to family."
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