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Rowing Raider: Wisconsin Badger-Bound

Rowing Raider: Wisconsin Badger-Bound

Congratulations to Victoria Moda '20!

Victoria recently celebrated her birthday by committing to the University of Wisconsin as a lightweight rower and by scoring two goals in a Raider Girls Soccer Team victory.

Victoria was featured in an article in The Eagle-Tribune.

The Eagle-Tribune: Birthday to remember for Central's Moda

Victoria, who rows with Essex Rowing, chose to attend the University of Wisconsin after considering Boston University, Georgetown, and Trinity. Wisconsin competes in the Big 10 school and has a 9,740-acre lake right on campus.

Victoria in a University of Wisconsin shirt with the Wisconsin W on the wall in the background

Victoria will be competing in lightweight rowing and has demonstrated the versatility to compete in sweeping (1 oar) and sculling (2 oars), port or starboard.

She plans to major in engineering at Wisconsin and has challenged herself at Central with a rigorous academic schedule. She has already passed three AP courses and is currently taking three more.

Congratulations, Victoria! Happy birthday and good luck. Go, Badgers!

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