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Panther grad excels at K-State

From left, Kansas State rowers Natasha VanGundy, Great Bend’s Jessica Kuhlman, Hannah Gwartney, Hannah Frith and Hunter Anne Postier.

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The co-captain for Kansas State’s rowing team started as a walk-on candidate, uncertain of her future.
Five years later, Great Bend’s Jessica Kuhlman is a K-State record-holder who has been named Most Inspirational Athlete. She has traveled across the country competing for Kansas State University’s rowing team.
“Rowing is by the far the most challenging sport I have ever participated in,” she said. “It is the definition of teamwork. Everyone has to be moving in complete synchronization. When we do, it’s the greatest feeling in the world.”
Her favorite memory was being a part of the ...

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