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Julie Quoss
Position: Assistant Coach
Experience: 4 Years

Julie Quoss is in her fourth season as an assistant coach; after beginning her career working with the fours, she has spent the last two years working with the varsity eight and the third varsity eight. Quoss is also the program's recruiting coordinator.

During the 2007-08 season, Quoss led the varsity four to wins over Clemson, Saint Joseph’s, Columbia, Northeastern, Rutgers, Princeton and Dartmouth. The four went on to just narrowly miss a medal at Eastern Sprints, finishing fourth, up from 10th place the year before. Throughout the season, three varsity fours represented Penn -- one of the biggest competitive squads both in the Ivy and Sprints League as well as in school history. 

Prior to Penn, Quoss served as assistant coach at Bucknell University in 2006-07. During that season her efforts helped contribute to the Bison’s Patriot League and ECAC Metro championships, as well as the IRA Lightweight National Championship.

Quoss was a standout rower at Wisconsin, where she was a four-year member of the Badgers’ rowing team and twice competed at the NCAA Championships as part of the varsity eight. Her team’s 2004 bid to NCAAs was only the second invitation in school history since 1999.

A six-time member of the Dean’s List, Quoss earned a number of individual honors during her tenure as a Badger. She was a three-time UW Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten, as well as a U.S. Rowing Collegiate Honor Roll nominee as a sophomore and a CRCA National Scholar Athlete as a senior. Quoss earned first-team CRCA All-Central Region honors as a junior and followed that with a second-team citation the following year.

Active not only as a member of Wisconsin’s varsity team, Quoss rowed with the Camp Randall Rowing Club medaling in the 2003 and 2005 USRowing Nationals. In 2004, she participated in the USRowing Pre-Elite Development Camp competing at National Team selection regattas as well as Canadian Henley. During the summer and fall of 2007, Quoss trained with the Vesper Boat Club Elites, racing and medaling at numerous regattas including USRowing Club Nationals, four golds at Canadian Henley, 10th at Head of the Charles and won the NK Boathouse Speed Order in 2-.

A veteran counselor at the UW Junior Rowing Camp, Quoss gained coaching experience by serving as the novice volunteer assistant at Wisconsin in 2004 and 2005. The Naperville, Ill., native was the Badgers’ team manager in 2005-06 and also held the role of UW Boathouse Equipment Area Coordinator. Quoss also has coaching experience working with the Vesper Summer Elites in 2008 as well coaching juniors in various Quaker rowing camps.

Quoss has USRowing Level II and III coaching certifications. She graduated from Wisconsin with a bachelor’s degree in art education in 2005.


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