Rowing U - Washington Rowing

Upcoming Events

2021 Washington Rowing Banquet

2021 Class Day Cruise

SWEEP Magazine

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Pulling for Each Other

UW Media came down to Conibear to capture the work the team has been doing on and off the water this 2018 Spring Season.


2022-2023 Schedule

Event/Opponent Date Location & Directions
Head of the Charles Regatta Sunday, October 23rd 2022 Boston, MA
Class Day Regatta Saturday, March 18th 2023 Seattle, WA
Husky Open Saturday, March 25th 2023 Seattle, WA
San Diego Crew Classic Fri-Sun, March 30th-April 2nd 2023 San Diego, CA
Brown/Yale Dual Fri, Sat March 30th – April 1st 2023 Sarasota, FL
Collegiate Covered Bridge Regatta Saturday, April 8th 2023 Dexter Lake, OR
California Dual Saturday, April 22nd 2023 Seattle, WA
Opening Day/ Windermere Cup Regatta Saturday, May 6th 2023 Seattle, WA
Pac-12 Championship Sunday, May 14 2023 Dexter Lake, OR
NCAA Championship Fri-Sun May 26th-May 28th Camden, NJ
IRA Championship Fri, Sat, Sun June 2-4th 2023 Princeton, NJ

About Washington Rowing

Rowing at University of Washington was established in 1901 with support from the local business community. In 1903, Washington entered its first intercollegiate race and defeated California, starting their storied “Cal Dual” rivalry. From this beginning, UW crews became the champions in the nation, winning the gold medal in the 1936 Olympics in Berlin as described in the New York Times bestseller The Boys in the Boat. UW has continued its tradition of winning championships and Olympic medals, and today is one of the best university rowing programs in the world thanks to the support of alumni, the Washington Rowing Stewards and the local community. With its state-of-the-art training facility located on the UW campus right on the shores of Lake Washington, surrounded by mountains and in close proximity to the iconic Montlake Cut, Washington Rowing attracts the best men and women student-athletes from the Pacific Northwest and around the world.

I’ve heard men shriek out with delight when the swing came in an eight; it’s a thing they’ll never forget as long as they live.
– George Pocock