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Hannah  Frith
 Hannah Frith
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Olathe, Kan.

High School:
Lutheran High School of Kansas City

Height:
5-10

Experience:
Novice

05/17/2015

Wildcats Power Way to Third at Big 12s

1V8 and 2V8 lead way with bronze medal showings

05/13/2015

Wildcats Lead Academic All-Big 12 Rowing Team

K-State places program-best 32 rowers on the All-Academic Team

05/02/2015

KU Edges K-State at Sunflower Showdown, 14-9

First win by Jayhawks in Showdown since 2010

04/19/2015

Wildcats Snag Three Golds at SIRAs

K-State captures four medals total

03/29/2015

1V8 Leads Impressive Showing at Crew Classic

All three Wildcat boats qualify for respective Grand Final

2013-14 - Racing: Part of the 1N8 that earned a bronze medal at the Head of the Oklahoma...Raced in the 1N8 throughout the spring...defeated San Diego and Tulsa at the Longhorn Invitational...defeated KU at the Sunflower Showdown...Gold medal at SIRAs...Silver medal at C-USA Championship...Academic: Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll both semesters...C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll...Academic All-Big 12 First Team.

High School - Letterman in basketball (3x), volleyball (2x) and soccer (2x)...2010 and 2011 Missouri Mid-State Conference Champion in volleyball...earned first team All-Mid-State Conference honors in volleyball..led team to Mid-State Conference Championship in basketball in 2010...first team All-Mid-State Conference in basketball...three-time Mid-State Conference All-Tournament team member in basketball...second all-time in shut outs at Lutheran as a goalkeeper...National Honor Society member...participated in drama, band and student government.

Personal - Born on April 11, 1994...daughter of Mark and Leigh Frith...has one brother, Aaron.

How do you balance school, rowing, a job, and social life?
It takes a lot of prioritizing and organizational skills. I do have to give up some opportunities and have quite a few late nights, but it is all worth it in the end.

What has rowing taught you about yourself?
I have learned that you are way stronger than you think. Your mind will give up way before your body will and it is your job to get past your mind so you can get stronger.

What keeps you coming back to the team each year?
It is not just for myself that I come back but for the other women on my team that refuse to give up as well. Being a part of this team gives you a sense of accomplishment and community that is worth killing yourself every day to become a better athlete.