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Kasia Gniatczyk
Kasia Gniatczyk


Glen Ellyn, Ill.

High School:
Glenbard South


Hawkeyes Close Season at Big Ten Championships

Ribar, Subler earn All-Big Ten honors; Watson receives Sportsmanship Award


Hawkeyes Set for Big Ten Championships

Iowa hopes to improve on last year's 6th place finish


Hawkeyes Dominate Tennessee in Regular Season Finale

Iowa topped Tennessee in all 5 regatta events


Hawkeyes Conclude Regular Season at Tennessee

Carter hopes for a challenge before B1G Championships


Hawkeyes Clash with Gophers in Big Ten Regatta

Iowa looks to contend in head-to-head competition

2013-14... Member of the 2V4+ that earned Big Ten Boat of the Week recognition following the season-opener at Clemson... helped the 2V4+ accomplish win events at the season-opener hosted by Clemson (7:40.60), in day two of the Clemson Invitational (8:05.40) and at Tennessee in the regular season finale (7:53.70) by 35 seconds... posted a runner-up result (8:49.10) in day one of the Clemson Invitational and a third place finish (8:09.20), 15 seconds ahead of Indiana, at the home opener at Lake MacBride... ended the year with a sixth place result (7:55.662), more than eight seconds ahead of seventh place Michigan State, at the Big Ten Championships at Eagle Creek Park.

Before Iowa... Two-time swimming state qualifier, two-time tennis state qualifier and four-time state track and field qualifier... holds the Glenbard South school record in the 50 free.

Personal... Born in August 1995... daughter of Margaret and Jerry Gniatczyk... health and human physiology major.

Why Iowa... I chose the University of Iowa for its academics and atmosphere. It feels like home.

What made you want to become a rower... It is such a beautiful sport to watch, and I knew right away that it was what I wanted to do.

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