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Alex Waddell
Player Profile:
Alex Waddell 1265213
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Ashburton, Australia
High School: Methodist Ladies' College
Major: Kinesiology

 WSU CAREER: As a JUNIOR (2013-14), competed with third varsity eight, varsity four and varsity eight boats…finished fourth with varsity four in the Grand Final at San Diego Crew Classic…rowed with the varsity four in all three sessions at the Clemson Invite…helped boat to a fourth-place finish in the first session, a second-place finish in the second session and a victory in the third session… helped the varsity eight boat with a sixth-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships, along with a sixth-place team finish…at NCAA Championships, helped the varsity eight boat finish 15th overall as team placed 14th…named Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention…fall of SOPHOMORE (2012-13) year, member of junior varsity eight…in the spring, rowed with second varsity four and third varsity four…notched win with junior varsity eight boat at Portland Fall Classic…helped third varsity four defeat Gonzaga in dual action…received Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention…rowed in the varsity four boat during the fall season of her FRESHMAN (2011-12) year…out-stroked Gonzaga and Oregon State in their respective duals in the second varsity eight events…win against Oregon State helped the Cougars capture third consecutive Winchell Cup.

HIGH SCHOOL: Competed in basketball, track and field, and rowing at Methodist Ladies College…rowed all four years in high school under coach Peter Kupeis…as a junior in 2009, placed 12th at the National Championships and placed first at the Head of School Girls Regatta…placed first at the Victorian State Championships and Head of the School Girl Regatta as a senior, and rowed at the national championships in 2010, placing second.

PERSONAL: Born Alexandra Louise Waddell…February of 1993…parents Steve and Sheena… brother Lachlan…enjoys cooking, netball, swimming, and spending time with friends…pursuing a double major in kinesiology and psychology at Washington State.


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