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    Kendra Kohanski
    Kendra Kohanski
    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    East Lyme, Conn.

    08/06/2014

    UConn Places 180 Student-Athletes On American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team

    UConn had student-athletes honored in each varsity sport The American sponsors

    08/06/2014

    UConn Places 180 Student-Athletes On American Athletic Conference All-Academic Team

    UConn had student-athletes honored in each varsity sport The American sponsors

    05/20/2013

    Rowing Finishes Sixth At BIG EAST Championship

    Huskies win petite final in varsity eight and second varsity eight

    04/28/2013

    Rowing Has Successful Day Vs. Bucknell, Delaware And West Virginia

    Huskies win six of ten races on the day.

    04/23/2013

    Rowing Action Vs. BC And Holy Cross

    The Huskies were second in the second varsity eight.

    AT UCONN: Was in her second season as member of the team ... a transfer from Stony Brook University.

    2012-13: Competed as a member of the varsity eight; finished the season in four seat. In the fall, competed in three seat of the second varsity eight that placed second at the Head of the Riverfront, three seat in the Championship Eight at the Head of the Charles, and seven seat in the second varsity eight that placed third at the Head of the Fish.

    2011-12: Competed as a member of the novice/third varsity eight that placed third at the BIG EAST Championship; finished the season in five seat.

    HIGH SCHOOL: Attended East Lyme High School ... earned three varsity letters as a member of the soccer team and was team captain ... was All ECC and All State ... earned four varsity letters as a member of the track team and was team captain.

    PERSONAL: Kendra Christine Kohanski ... political science major with minor in English ... born on July 20, 1990.

    PLANS AFTER GRADUATION: "When I graduate I am going to graduate school for political science."

    KOHANSKI ON ROWING AT UCONN: "Although I have only been on the team for two years, I wish I could have had two more years. Rowing is unlike any other sport I have been a part of, it is more demanding physically and mentally, but the rewards of winning a race, setting a personal record or just having a good practice are even greater. Your coaches and teammates push you every single practice and individual piece to give your best and they expect nothing less. Being a part of this team during my time at UConn has been an unforgettable experience."

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