January 2015

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83 "I would never be able to eat ice cream again," she said with her signature laugh that has led Carter to nickname her Princess Giggles. Last June, Baustian competed in the Senior I/U23 World Championship Trials on Mercer Lake in West Windsor, New Jersey. She missed making the women's B 1x final by 0.35 seconds. For now she continues to enjoy her experience as a Hawkeye rower with at least seven competitions pending when the calendar flips to 2015. "ere is a ridiculous amount of support for our program and for athletics here," Baustian said. "On our team in particular, everyone is motivating each other and we're always there for each other. It's easy to make progress when you're surrounded by people that have the same goals as you and want to work hard. at has been amazing. You can tell the coaching staff cares about you as a person as well as caring about us succeeding. It's good to be surrounded by great people like that."

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