Student Athlete Profile - Beth Daunhauer, Rowing
Nov. 8, 2006
Post-college ambition: To continue rowing, attend graduate school and then work in the nutrition or coaching fields
People with the greatest influence on her athletic career: All of her rowing teammates and coaches
Biggest thrill in sports: Placing second in the Petite Final at the 2006 NCAA Regional
Athletes she most admires: All of the UofL rowers
What impresses her most about her coach: He's very passionate about the sport and he knows how to prepare a team to win.
Hobbies and outside interests: Running, swimming and hiking
Pre-Competition Superstition: She must have her hair braided
Favorite movie: Glory Road
Favorite TV shows: Seinfeld, Everybody Loves Raymond
Favorite musical group: Goo Goo Dolls
Favorite foods: Fruit, oatmeal, yogurt and granola
Favorite class: Exercise Psyiology
Favorite professional team: Seattle Seahawks
Person she'd most like to meet: The US Rowing National Team coach
Words that best describe her best are: Driven, hard working, competitive
Best advice she's gotten about sports: "Be patient and practice like you want to compete."
What people should know about me but probably don't: She loves to watch basketball.
Why she chose U of L: It's a wonderful city and the fan support of UofL athletics is amazing.
Best part of being an athlete: The opportunity to learn so much from so many people.
The moment she realized she was really good at her sport: When she qualified for the World Indoor Rowing Championships her sophomore season
If she won the lottery, she'd use the money for: To purchase the rowing team a new boathouse
The strangest thing that's ever happened to her while she was competing: Seeing all of the crazy things that float down the Ohio River.