2005-06 -- Produced a 6-1 record, winning his first five matches of the season ... lost his first collegiate match in a 3-0 decision to Yale's Billy Hatch ... his biggest win of the season was against Connecticut College's Evan Zampella whom he defeated 9-0, 9-1, 9-0 ... active in the community, he organized several youth projects during the spring semester.
2004-05 -- Played in nine varsity matches and and ended his rookie campaign undefeated ... won all nine matches in three-game decisions, including his win over Kenyon's Margaret McClintic to capture his first collegiate victory ... earned four of his wins at the No. 9 position ... played his final match of the season at the No. 5 spot on the ladder where he raced passed Merit Townsend of North Carolina, 9-0, 9-0, 9-0.
High School -- A 2004 graduate of George Washington High School in Denver, Colo.,Eucker lettered in cross country, track, swimming, squash and ultimate frisbee ... named the 2004 Denver Athletic Club Youth Male Athlete of the Year ... placed 1st at the Colorado Open Squash Championship in 2004 ... served as team captain of the ultimate frisbee team his senior season in which the team finished in fifth at the Colorado Open ... swimming team won the Denver Metro Swimming League in 2004 ... a National Merit Scholar, Micron Technology Scholar and a Boettcher Scholar ...
Personal -- Full name is William Eucker ... son of Bill and Penelope Josephine Eucker ... born May 3, 1986, in Denver, Colo. ... majoring in physics ... has been named to the Superintendent's and Commandant's Lists four times each ... ranked No. 1 in his class in overall order of merit which reflects both academic and military success ... owns a 4.00 GPA, having posted a 4.00 in each of his four semesters.