Washington State's novice eight clinched the bronze medal, coming in third.
Read what Mickey Aylard, Jess Munro, Alex Waddell and Kayla Wakulich have to say about a number of topics.
WSU nearly completed a sweep of the Beavers at Wawawai Landing, Saturday morning.
The Cougars held on to the Fawley Cup with a victory in the varsity eight event.
No. 13 WSU finished with 13 points, four points back from Brown.
WSU CAREER: A member of the varsity eight and junior varsity eight boats in the fall of her FRESHMEN (2011-12) year...helped the varsity eight boat defeat Gonzaga in their quest to keep the Fawley Cup...second varsity eight boat defeated Oregon State as the team captured the Winchell Cup for the third consecutive year.
HIGH SCHOOL: Competed in cross country, hockey, and rowing for E.L. Crossley Secondary School...rowed all four years of secondary school for head coach Pattrick MacNally...as a freshman, won two gold medals at the Canadian Secondary School Rowing Association Championships...during sophomore year of high school, placed first at the Stotsbury Regatta in a women's lightweight eight...competed on the Junior National Team for Canada under head coach Phil Marshall in 2010 and helped the team place ninth at world championships...as a senior, placed first at the Head of the Charles in a four.
PERSONAL: Kayla Alexandria Wakulich...born in May of 1993...father Perry is a high school art teacher...mother Dianne works as a high school teacher... one sibling...enjoys running, biking, and painting...interested in pursuing a degree in veterinarian medicine at Washington State.
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