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Caitlin Mixter
Caitlin  Mixter

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Oakton, Va.

High School:
Phillips Exeter Academy

Height:
5-2

At Virginia: Named to the 2006 All-ACC team ... coxswain of the varsity 8+ boat that finished first at the 2006 ACC Championships ... also coxswain of the second varsity 4+ crew that finished fourth in the open 4+ competition at the 2005 South/Central Regionals.

High School: Four-year member of the rowing team at Exeter ... two-year varsity coxswain ... 2004 women's first 8+ New England Champion ... competed at the 2004 Women's Henley with the first 8+ ... 2004 member of Penn Athletic Club Men's Senior National Dev. Camp ... 2004 USRowing National Champion in heavyweight men's senior 4+, heavyweight men's intermediate 4+, and women's senior 8+ ... 2003 women's second 8+ New England Champion ... 2001 Japanese Language Prize ... 2000-2004 Highest Honors/High Honors ... concert choir member ... a cappella group ... AIDS response group.

Personal: Born on September 10, 1985 in Houston, Texas ... daughter of James and Laura Mixter ... has two older siblings, Christopher and Allison ... summer camp counselor ... lifeguard ... member of the Potomac Boat Club ... enjoys singing, running, swimming, and biking.

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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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