The Washington women’s rowing program enjoyed a dominant performance at the Head of the Lake this Sunday on Lake Washington, highlighted by the first place finish in the women’s championship eight race.
Washington’s Rowing men’s crew’s two primary goals at the Head of the Lake Regatta were to build team depth and challenge its top oarsmen. For this regatta, the Huskies created two equal top eights the “Purple” and “White” boats.
The Washington women’s and men’s crews will compete at the Head of the Lake this Sunday, Nov. 6, on the Huskies’ home waters. The three-mile course starts in Lake Union, crosses Portage Bay, runs through the Montlake Cut and finishes in Lake Washington. Racing will begin at 8 a.m. PT.
Washington women’s crew opened up their fall season in strong fashion Saturday as the Huskies placed first in the women’s collegiate 8+ race at the Head of the American Regatta.
Washington women’s rower Danielle Hansen was part of two winning boats this weekend at the esteemed Head of the Charles Regatta.
At the 52nd Head of the Charles Regatta today, the University of Washington Men’s Varsity Eight took first place in the Men’s Championship Eight event.
The Washington men’s rowing program will begin the 2016-2017 season this weekend in Cambridge, Mass., at the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta.
Washington women’s senior rower Danielle Hansen was named National Team Athlete of the Year as part of the USRowing Fan’s Choice Awards, announced Tuesday by USRowing.
The men’s rowing program is excited to bring in three new staff members and one new position for the 2016-17 season.
Washington rower Danielle Hansen won a silver medal in the United States leg, trunk and arms mixed four with coxswain Sunday at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.