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Victoria Bricker
Victoria Bricker

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Runnels, Iowa

High School:
Southeast Polk

Height:
5-11

Birthdate:
12/22/1994

05/18/2014

Hawkeyes Close Season at Big Ten Championships

Ribar, Subler earn All-Big Ten honors; Watson receives Sportsmanship Award

05/03/2014

Hawkeyes Dominate Tennessee in Regular Season Finale

Iowa topped Tennessee in all 5 regatta events

04/12/2014

Iowa Completes Home Regatta

No. 2 Ohio State shows dominance, wins all races

2013-14... Helped the 2N8+ crew to a runner-up finish (7:43.30) at Iowa's home opener at Lake MacBride... contributed to Iowa's sweep of Tennessee, helping the 1N8+ boat finish first by a 24.5 second margin... closed the season with the 1N8+ crew that finished sixth (7:28.030) at the Big Ten Championship at Eagle Creek Park... Dean's List.

Before Iowa... Member of high school's basketball team... member of 5A state championship team as a senior... led the 5A tournament in offensive rebounds and second in total rebounds... team made state semi-finals from 2011-13... named honorable mention eastern division as a senior and honorable mention all-conference as a junior... part of MaxPreps Tour of Champions... member of high school's volleyball team... holds school records for individual single season blocks (92 in 2012), single season blocks per game and career serve aces (154)... team made it to state regional finals as a senior... named second team Eastern Division, second team all-conference as a senior and honorable mention all-conference as a junior... National Honors Society... graduated in top three percent of her class... earned academic letter in 2011... member of Student Activity Leadership team, National Council for Youth Leadership and FCA... high school coaches were Tracey Daily (basketball) and Matthew Parker (volleyball).

Personal... Born December 22, 1994 in Des Moines... daughter of Lance and Pam Bricker... radiation therapy major.

Why Iowa... Being a Hawkeye has always been in my family and with the University of Iowa being the only school in Iowa with a radiation therapy program, it made the choice of coming here easier.

My favorite aspect of rowing is... Pushing my body to new levels. Also, being a part of a team and competing.

What made you want to become a rower... Coach Quoss was after me to try-out and my doctor told me that rowing would be great for therapy for my knee, so I decided to give it a try!

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