Sarah Powell and Katie Dick earned their third-straight honors.
Senior Recognition Luncheon held Friday at Bohler Athletic Complex
WSU nearly completed a sweep of the Beavers at Wawawai Landing, Saturday morning.
The Cougars held on to the Fawley Cup with a victory in the varsity eight event.
WSU took the top spot in the novice eight event.
WSU CAREER: During fall season of JUNIOR (2010-11) year, competed in the second and third varsity eights, helping to defeat Tulsa and Gonzaga...rowed in the varsity four during spring season, beating Oregon State...led the boat to a fourth place finish at the Pacific-10 Conference Championships and a 10th-place finish at the NCAA Rowing Championships...named a CRCA National Scholar-Athlete and received All-Academic Pacific-10 First Team honors...rowed with the second varsity eight crew during the fall of her SOPHOMORE (2009-10) season...in the spring member of the varsity four crew that placed first at Gonzaga and competed with the second varsity four at Washington...rowed with the novice squad as a FRESHMAN (2008-09).
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters playing soccer as a defender at Hermiston High School...four-year varsity member of track and field where she placed seventh in state at the 300m hurdles and third in state at the 4x400m relay.
PERSONAL: Kasia Rademacher...born in December of 1989 in Hermiston, Ore...father Dave is a veterinarian...mother Anna is an exporter...older brother Ryan and younger brother Mark...majoring in English at Washington State, with an emphasis in secondary education.
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