The Washington rowing season continues this week with a packed schedule of races Saturday morning on the Montlake Cut. Along the annual Husky Open, the UW women will square off with Washington State in the annual Apple Cup of rowing, while the men face Santa Clara and Gonzaga.
Washington’s senior women and junior men took charge from the start of their respective races on their way to victories at the 117th Class Day Regatta Saturday morning on Montlake Cut.
Washington hosts the 2018 Class Day Regatta, the 117th edition of the annual event, this Saturday morning. Races start at 10:00 a.m.
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Washington’s women’s rowing team opened its 2018 spring season with three wins in three races against USC Saturday morning on windy Lake Las Vegas.
The Washington men’s rowing team earned victories over Dartmouth in the varsity eight and second varsity eight Saturday on Lake Las Vegas, opening the 2018 season in impressive fashion.
The Washington men’s and women’s rowing teams open their 2018 spring seasons this Saturday, March 3, as the Huskies will row on the 2,000-meter course on Lake Las Vegas.
On Saturday, Feb. 24, members of the 1958 team that defeated the Soviets in Moscow returned to Conibear Shellhouse to dedicate our newest Men’s Pocock 8+ in the Washington fleet: The Swiftsure/Alumnus. On hand were John Bisset (cox); Roger MacDonald (3-seat); Dick Erickson’s (2-seat) wife Irma; and Bob Svendsen (bow), along with extended family and friends.
Washington Rowing, along with Windermere Real Estate, welcomes the Dutch national women’s team and the collegiate men’s champions of Great Britain (Oxford Brookes University) and Canada (University of British Columbia) to the 32nd annual Windermere Cup, scheduled for Saturday, May 5, 2018.
Washington won all of its races Sunday at the 38th annual Head of the Lake regatta, but the majority of the schedule was canceled due to the cold conditions on the water.