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Kady (Kleven) Bauschelt

Kady (Kleven) Bauschelt graduated from River Falls High School in 1998 and received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in 2003. She earned her Health Education minor from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2007.

During her high school athletic career, Bauschelt placed at the WIAA State Track and Field Championships three straight years, including winning a state title in the high jump in 1998 with a jump of 5-feet, 6-inches. Her 4x400 meter relay team appeared at the state meet in 1998 and held the school record until 2013. She was part of the All-Conference and All-State Teams for three years.

Bauschelt's leadership skills allowed her to be the track and field captain for two years while receiving team awards for most improved and most valuable athlete. She also competed in basketball and cross country for RFHS.

Bauschelt continued her athletic success at UW-River Falls, where she participated on relay teams with her major emphasis being the high jump. She continues to hold the UWRF Knowles Building high jump record of 5-7 set in 2001. She went on to become a two-time All-American and three-time WIAC Champion for the indoor and outdoor seasons.

Bauschelt has continued to coach since her first experience with track and field for RFHS in 2004. Since then she has coached many athletes at different levels. This all started with her eight years of teaching swimming lessons at Glen Park Pool. From there she moved to Grafton to teach and coach at Milwaukee Public Schools for four years before her current teaching position at the School District of Brown Deer, Wis.

At Brown Deer High School, Bauschelt has coached tennis, girls' basketball, swimming, and track and field. She continues to teach and certify lifeguards for the American Red Cross.

Kady is married to Andy Bauschelt of New Richmond, who was also a standout athlete in basketball during high school and college career at UWRF. They currently reside in Grafton with their three children, Ty, Frankie Anne, and Tauli.

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