Washington men’s and women’s teams won the Pac-12 Championships on Lake Natoma in dominating fashion. It was the first time in 20 years that both the men’s and women’s teams won the Pac-12 Championships the same year.
Both the UW men’s and women’s rowing teams took home the Pac-12 Championships on Lake Natoma in dominating fashion. It was the first time in 20 years that both the men’s and women’s teams won the Pac-12 Championships the same year.
After setting Montlake Cut course records and winning all ten races at the 2017 Windermere Cup, Washington Rowing begins postseason competition this weekend as a total of ten boats will take part in the Pac-12 Championships this Sunday, May 14, on Lake Natoma.
The sun was shining and so were the Huskies, as both the men’s and women’s varsity eights set Montlake Cut 2,000 meter course records to claim the Windermere Cup over the men’s and women’s Shanghai High-Performance rowing teams. Washington also took home the Erickson Cascade Cup in the men’s and women’s races with open-water victories.
The Windermere Cup returns to the Montlake Cut for the 31st time this Saturday, May 6, with races starting at 10:20 a.m. PT. The annual spring rowing event is held in conjunction with the Seattle Yacht Club’s Opening Day parade, which signals the beginning of boating season in Seattle.
The Apple Cup of women’s rowing is on tap this Saturday, April 29, as Washington heads to the Snake River to face Washington State in the annual dual regatta. Racing begins at 9:00 a.m. PT.
Washington Rowing split eight races against California today on the Montlake Cut at the 106th Annual Cal Dual, winning in the women’s varsity four, men’s third varsity eight and both the men’s and the women’s second varsity eights.
The Washington men’s and women’s rowing teams swept all races at the Oregon State Classic this Saturday, April 8 on Dexter Lake. Washington won each race of the day with open water over their opponents.
The Washington men’s and women’s rowing teams will head south to Dexter Lake, Ore. this Saturday, April 8 to face a variety of west coast competition.
No. 4-ranked Washington women’s rowing team capped off a nearly perfect weekend Sunday, adding three more victories to its spring season résumé against some of the top competition in the country.