Women's Rowing

Krystal Kulka
Krystal Kulka


Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

High School:




2007-08: Named team co-captain ... Co-President of SMU's Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

2006-07: Spent fall and spring seasons in the varsity eight ... Named team's Most Valuable Rower ... sixth place in collegiate eight at Head of the Oklahoma ... first place in open eight, open double and open four at Head of the Colorado ... fifth place in championship eight at Head of the Hooch ... Member of varsity eight in dual race wins over Creighton and Alabama ... Member of first place varsity eight and second place varsity four "A" at Midwest Intercollegiate Championship ... Named to C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2005-06: Competed in the varsity eight throughout the fall and spring seasons... Competed in Head of the Charles varsity eight... Third place in varsity eight at Head of the Colorado... Third place in open eight at Head of the Hooch... First place in varsity eight at Midwest Intercollegiate Championship.

2004-05: Member of varsity eight throughout the fall and spring... Named team's Most Valuable Freshman Rower... Second place in varsity eight and open four at Head of the Colorado.

Prep: Graduated from Strathcona High School in Edmonton, Alberta ... Awarded Greisdorf Trophy for female involvement in service and academics...Voted Grad President by her graduating class... Two-year city champion in rowing... One-year city champion in swimming... Three-year city champion in both curling and track & field... Competed for Team Alberta at 2004 Canada Cup... Competed for Edmonton at 2004 Royal Canadian Henley Regatta.

Personal: Majoring in sociology... Has been curling for eleven years... Favorite athlete is Canadian curler David Nedohin... Holds the rank of black belt in karate... Plans to travel the world after graduating from SMU... Daughter of Linda and Ken Kulka.

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