The West Coast’s most celebrated men’s collegiate rowing regatta, the Washington-Cal Dual, is set for this Saturday morning, April 20, on Seattle’s Montlake Cut.
The No. 1-ranked Washington women’s rowing team heads back to Lake Las Vegas for the second time this season. This Saturday, April 20, the Huskies will face a pair of top-10 opponents in No. 5 Michigan and No. 9 Ohio State.
The No. 2-ranked Washington men’s rowing team finished its weekend trip to Redwood Shores with four victories in four races vs. No. 18 Oregon State on Sunday. After going 7-for-7 vs. No. 6 Northeastern and No. 13 Stanford on Saturday, the Huskies finished the regatta with 11 wins in 11 races.
The No. 2-ranked Washington men’s rowing team won all seven of its races Saturday, beating No. 6 Northeastern in four races before winning three out of three against No. 13 Stanford.
Washington’s women’s varsity four won the Karen Plumleigh Cortney Cup, the third varsity took home the Carley Copley Cup, and UW crews earned the silver medal in three other events Sunday on the final day of the San Diego Crew Classic
For the first time since 2014, Washington’s women’s rowing team will compete at the San Diego Crew Classic, this Saturday and Sunday on Mission Bay. The regatta features the top four teams in the nation, based on the latest coaches’ poll.
The No. 2-ranked Washington men’s rowing team travels to Northern California this Saturday and Sunday (April 6-7) for a two-day regatta at Redwood Shores. The Huskies will square off against No. 6 Northeastern on Saturday morning.
The No. 2-ranked Washington women’s rowing team won all three of its races Saturday at the Husky Open on a sunny morning on Montlake Cut.
The No. 2-ranked Washington men’s rowing team won all five races Saturday on sunny Montlake Cut at the Husky Open.
UW hosts the annual Husky Open this Saturday on the Montlake Cut. A new and exciting feature of this Saturday’s regatta is that both the men and women will race their top two boats in a sprint race.