Megan Cooke

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Megan Cooke
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Born May 5, 1980

Megan Cooke Carcagno (born May 5, 1980 in Los Gatos, California)[3] is an American rower. She competed at the 2007 Lucerne World Cup and 2007 Lintz World Cup. She won silver medals in coxless pairs at Lucerne and Lintz. She competed at the 2006 Lucerne World Cup in the coxless pairs. She won a gold medal with partner Anna Mickelson.[2]

Megan competed in the FISA World Rowing Championships in Eton, United Kingdom. She helped her team win a gold medal with a world best time of 5:55.50.[1]

After finishing rowing for the US National team, Cooke was hired as an assistant coach for the University of Wisconsin Badgers. She works primarily with the novices, who have been particularly strong in the past, winning 2 of the last 3 NCAA South/Central Championships in the Novice 8.

Megan was named the new varsity assistant coach at the University of Wisconsin beginning in the fall of 2013.[4]

Megan attended the University of California at Berkeley.

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