The University of Kansas has a lot of student athletes, have you ever wondered what a day in their life is like?
With the First Varsity Eight and Second Varsity Four boats finishing fourth, Kansas rowing secured a fourth place finish at the Big 12 Championship Sunday.
In their first competition of the spring season, the Jayhawks’ young second varsity four lead the way for the five competing Jayhawk shells.
Kansas rowing concluded its fall season on Saturday in the Tulsa Fall Invitational fighting their way to the podium four times across the three races.
After last year's roller coaster of a season, the rowing team is looking to begin a successful campaign in the Big 12, beginning with their first spring scrimmage March 9.
While most students at the University spent winter break snow-bound, the University rowing team journeyed to Tampa, Florida, to train and find their harmony as a team.
Before their freshmen years on the team, Brianna Dittberner and Caitlin McNulty had no rowing experience. Now seniors, Dittberner and McNulty are leaders on the team, have helped along many other freshmen rowers and are grateful for the opportunities the program has created for them.