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Kayla  Brock
 Kayla Brock
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Manhattan, Kan.

High School:
Manhattan

Height:
5-8

Experience:
1L

03/29/2015

1V8 Leads Impressive Showing at Crew Classic

All three Wildcat boats qualify for respective Grand Final

03/26/2015

Wildcats Compete in San Diego at Crew Classic

K-State brings its top-three boats to face off against strong competition

03/21/2015

K-State Sweeps Tulsa in Season-Opener

Wildcats rack up five victories on the day

05/17/2014

K-State Finishes Program-Best 3rd at C-USAs

Dorau and Angell Named All-Conference

05/03/2014

Wildcats Finish a Close Second at Big 12s

K-State's Highest Finish Ever at the Conference Championship

2013-14 - Racing: Part of the 1N8 that earned a bronze medal at the Head of the Oklahoma...Raced in the bow seat of the 2V8 throughout the Spring...defeated Oklahoma and Tulsa at the Longhorn Invitational...defeated KU at the Sunflower Showdown...Gold medal at SIRAs...Silver at Big 12 Championship...Bronze at C-USA Championship... Athletic: Part of the 2V8 that was voted Big 12 Boat of the Week...Earned 1st varsity letter...Academic: Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll spring semester...C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

High School - Four-year letterman in bowling...participated in KSHSAA State Championships in 2008 and 2012...competed in swimming in 2012...marching band member...Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Heritage panel and Medical Explorers member...Kiwanis Club of Manhattan award winner for Outstanding High School Scholar...volunteered over 500 hours to the Mercy Regional Health Care Center.

Personal - Born on July 21, 1994...daughter of Ron and Mynde Brock...has one brother, Korey...biology pre-med major.

Athlete Q&A
How is rowing different than other sports you've been involved in?
Rowing is much different than anything I have experienced. It is much more physically demanding than anything I have ever experienced. You have to work so hard, but you also have to be graceful in a sense so you can set the boat and match the people around you.

What keeps you coming back to the team each year?
The reason I come back to the team is because the coaching staff is great, my teammates are the best people to be around and rowing grows on you. It's really hard, but I love it.

What was it like to walk on to the team?
Walking on to the team, I was very nervous. I knew nothing about rowing and the coaches knew nothing about me. It was much harder than I expected, but somewhere things started to click, and I wouldn't trade this experience for anything.