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Princeton W. Rowing - Open BIO
 Meghan Wheeler

At Princeton 2014: First-Team All-Ivy League honoree … helped Princeton repeat as Ivy League champion while sitting in the 4-seat of the V8; Tigers defeated top-ranked Brown by 4.3 seconds to win the title … won the petite final at the NCAA Championships; missed reaching grand final by less than a quarter of a second … competed in the U.S. 4x at the U23 World Championships in Varese, Italy … helped Princeton retain the Eisenberg Cup and the Class of 1984 Plaque, while reclaiming the Class of 1975 Cup … led varsity eight to an 8-2 regular season. 2013: split time between the V8 and the 2V … helped 2V to grand final of the NCAA Championships; helped the Tigers place third overall in the team competition … earned bronze medal at Ivy League Championships in the 2V … rowed in the bow of the V8 and helped Princeton win the Class of 1987 Trophy and the Eisenberg Cup … rowed in the 3-seat of the 2V and helped Princeton win the Class of 1984 Plaque.

Before Princeton — rowed in both the varsity eight and varsity four at McLean … named 2011 Team MVP and 2012 Most Outstanding Rower … named First-Team All-Met by the Washington Post … led McLean to Virginia state championships … earned Top-10 finishes in 2011 and 2012 Head of the Charles … invited to 2011 Junior National Team Sweep Selection Camp … earned two varsity letters in basketball … 2010 Most Improved Player … member of the National Honor Society and History Honor Society.

Personal — born Nov. 6, 1993 … daughter of Robert Wheeler and Barbara Ryan … has a younger sister Katherine … enjoys basketball and movies.

Year: Junior
Hometown: McLean, Va.
High School: McLean
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