A total of 24 Huskies earned first-team, second-team and honorable mention academic honors from the Pac-12 Conference.
The top ranked Huskies sweep all five grand finals to win their 3rd straight and 16th overall National Championship on Sunday at Lake Natoma.
No. 1 Washington put an exclamation on its dominant season by sweeping every single race at the IRAs to repeat as National Champions
High School Sports Swimming, Rowing
Major at Washington: Aspiring to be a physical therapist
Academic Honors: Named a member of the 2013 Second-Team Pac-12 All-Academic Rowing Team...
Husky Rowing Experience:
2012 (Sophomore) - Rowed bow in the V4+ that took first in their Grand Final at the IRA National Championships...Rowed two seat in the V4+ that placed second at the Pac-12 Championships...Rowed two seat in the 2V8 through their victories against Brown, Stanford, and Cal...Sat four seat in the Open 8 at the Windermere Cup...Rowed in the bow of the sophomore shell in the George M. Varnell Men's Eight at the Class Day Regatta... Rowed two seat for the men's A boat that won the Varsity Four race at the Windermere Cup Regatta ... competed in the varsity four that won a gold medal at the Pac-12 Championships ... pulled the No. 2 oar for the varsity four at the IRA Championships, winning a gold medal.
2011 (Freshman) -Silver medal winner at the IRA Championships in the Husky freshman eight ... Pac-10 silver medalist ...Rowed the three seat for the victorious men's freshmen 8+ boat at the 25th annual Windermere Cup.
Personal: Son of Scott and Valerie Lytle ... Father is a music teacher and mother is a nurse ... Has two older sisters, April (23) and Chloe (21) ... Mother received her bachelors and masters in nursing from UW, father attended UW, grandfather Scott Harrison Lytle Sr. taught history at UW for 40 years ... Rowed for Green Lake Crew in high school ... made it to the second round of the Thames Challenge Cup in the Henley Royal Regatta with Green Lake in 2009.