The Washington women’s rowing team heads to Pennsauken, N.J., this weekend for the 2022 NCAA Rowing Championships. The regatta gets underway with heats on Friday, May 26, followed by semifinals on Saturday and finals Sunday.
Washington freshman rower Povilas Juskevicius has been named 2023 Pac-12 Men’s Rowing Co-Newcomer of the Year, while Husky oarsmen Max Heid, Logan Ullrich and Jack Walkey have all been named to the All-Pac-12 team.
Three members of the Washington women’s rowing team – Nina Castagna, Elena Collier-Hezel and Ella Cossill – have been named to the 2023 All-Pac-12 team, the conference office announced today. Castagna, a fifth-year senior from Cincinnati, Ohio, earned a place on the All-Pac-12 team for the third year in a row,
It was 100 years ago this June that the Washington men’s rowing team headed east and claimed the program’s first ever Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National Championship. Today, the Huskies received their official invitation to compete for their 20th.
Washington’s women’s rowing team will compete at the 2023 NCAA Championships May 26-28 in Pennsauken, N.J., as the NCAA announced the 22-team field for the regatta today. The Huskies, under seventh-year head coach Yasmin Farooq, earned the No. 7 seed.
The No. 3-ranked Washington men’s rowing team finished in second place at the 2023 Pac-12 Championships Sunday at Dexter Lake, earning a win in the third varsity eight final, while taking second in four other races.
Washington’s No. 6-ranked women’s rowing team finished second at the 2023 Pac-12 Championships Sunday at Dexter Lake, earning wins in the second varsity eight and novice eight finals. No. 4-ranked Stanford won the team title for the second year in a row, with 43.5 points.
The Washington men’s and women’s rowing teams travel to Dexter Lake in Lowell, Ore., this Sunday, May 14, for the 2023 Pac-12 Championships. The two UW teams are looking to regain the conference crowns after having both finished second in 2022.
The Washington men’s rowing team regained the Windermere Cup with a victory over Australia Saturday in the 37th annual event on Montlake Cut. In total, the Husky men won all four of their races during the Opening Day Regatta, including the marquee race against a crew of experienced international oarsmen from Australia.
Washington’s women’s varsity eight crew held off a crew from Australia, as well as another UW entry, to take home the Windermere Cup for the 26th time in program history Saturday on Montlake Cut.