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Charlie Walker
Position: Port
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 190
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
High School: Upper Canada College
Major: Economics
Walker Photos

The Walker File
• Plans to major in economics
• Volunteered with the Stop Community Food Center to help organize a farmer’s market to provide a cheap, healthy food option to low incoming families
• Taught music to high school kids from schools without music programs
• Served food at a soup kitchen several times a year
• Coached rowing at a club in Toronto the summer after his freshman year

2014-15 (Sophomore)
• Did not compete in the spring
• Competed at the 50th Head of the Charles, placing ninth overall and sixth among colleges
• Captured two victories at Head of the American, winning the open 8+ and pair races

2013-14 (Freshman)
• Worked his way into the varsity eight lineup as a freshman while also racing with the 2V8 and Frosh/3V8 boats 
• Placed 17th with the second varsity eight at the IRA National Championships
• Finished fourth in the frost eight at the Pac-12 Championships 
• Went undefeated at the Stanford Invitational, picking up wins over No. 12 Wisconsin, UCSD and USD 
• Won the varsity four and took second in the varsity eight at the Davis Invitational 
• Placed third in the Grand Final at the San Diego Crew Classic 
• Defeated No. 18 Oregon State in head-to-head action
• Raced with the frosh eight in a loss to No. 2 Cal in the Big Row 
• Lost in a dual race against No. 3 Washington 
• Made his collegiate debut with a first place finish in the Novice 8+ at the Head of the American

National Team
• Competed for Canada at the 2013 Junior World Charmpionships in Trakai, Lithuania

High School
• Graduated in 2013 from Upper Canada College 
• Captain of the rowing team his senior year 
• Also a two-year captain of the volleyball team at Upper Canada College 
• Competed for the Hanlan Boat Club, Upper Canada College Rowing Club and Notre Dame Rowing Club

• Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
• Parents are Jim Walker and Susan Eplett 
• Has three siblings, Richard, Matthew and Robert 

Walker on Stanford
"Stanford is an incredible academic institution first, and also provides really strong opportunities for athletes.”