High School Sports: Rowing.
Honors and Awards: Two-time UW National Champion ... Rowed in the Canadian 8+ at the 2010 Rowing World Championships at Lake Karapiro, New Zealand ... Two time member of the Canadian Jr. Rowing Team ... Rowed to a fourth place finish in the four at the 2006 Jr. World Championships in Amsterdam ... Teamed up with current Husky teammate Conlin McCabe to win a silver medal in the pair at the 2007 Jr. World Championships in Beijing, China ... Rowed with Husky teammates Will Crothers, Rob Gibson, Stephen Connolly, and Conlin McCabe in the Canadian Under 23 eight in 2008, winning the Grand Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta ... silver medalist in the Canadian eight at the Under 23 World Championships in Brandenburg, Germany.
Major at Washington: Anthropology
Husky Rowing Experience: 2011 (Senior)- Rowed three seat in the Husky varsity eight that won a National Championship at IRAs ... Bow man in the Husky varsity 8+ that won a gold medal at the Pac-10 Championships on Lake Natoma ... Sat bow in the UW varsity 8+ that defeated Cambridge (UK) and Stanford at the 25th Windermere Cup ... Rowed bow in the varsity 8+ boat that beat California in the 100th Cal Dual... Rowed seven seat in the varsity 8+ boat that won the OSU Dual on Dexter Lake in Eugene, Ore. 2010 (Junior) - Rowed five seat in the varsity eight in a boat that went undefeated during the regular season ... Pac-10 Gold Medalist ... Won a Silver Medal at the IRA Championships in Cherry Hill, N.J. 2009 (Sophomore) - Three seat in the varsity eight ... Competed against Oxford ... Won Cal dual ... Bronze medalist at the 2009 Pac-10 Championships... Gold medalist at the 2009 IRA National Championships. 2008 (Freshman) - Rowed in the men's freshman eight all season ... Went undefeated during the regular season, with wins at Class Day, the San Diego Crew Classic, and the Opening Day Regatta ... Defeated Washington State and Oregon State in dual meets ... Gold medalist at the 2008 Pac-10 Championships ... Silver medalist at the 2008 IRA Championships.