Sunshine and warm weather brought huge crowds to Lake Washington and the Montlake Cut for the 32nd annual Windermere Cup Regatta Saturday, and those fans were not disappointed as both feature races came down the wire.
The Windermere Cup returns to the Montlake Cut for the 32nd year next Saturday, May 5, 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 marks the beginning of boating season in Seattle.
Washington’s men’s rowing team won four out of five races, including the featured varsity eight race, at the 117th Cal Dual Saturday morning.
The West Coast’s most celebrated collegiate rowing regatta, the Washington-Cal Dual, is set for this Saturday morning, April 21, at Redwood Shores, Calif.
The No. 1-ranked Washington women’s rowing team passed its toughest test of the season to date, winning all three races against No. 3 Texas and No. 10 Michigan Saturday morning on Lake Las Vegas.
The No. 1-ranked Washington women’s rowing team travels to Lake Las Vegas this Saturday to square off with two of the top-10 teams in the country, No. 3 Texas and No. 10 Michigan, in a three-team regatta.
Washington was victorious in seven out of seven races as the Husky men took on Oregon State and Stanford in a rare Friday night of racing on Montlake Cut.
Due to forecasts for bad weather on Saturday morning, the Washington men’s rowing team’s races against Stanford and Oregon State have been moved to Friday afternoon (April 6).
The Washington men’s rowing team takes on Pac-12 rivals Stanford and Oregon State in a pair of duals this Saturday morning, April 7, on Montlake Cut.
The Washington men’s rowing team won all of its races Saturday morning on Montlake Cut, beating Santa Clara and Gonzaga in first and second varsity eights and taking the top spot in three races in the Husky Open.