Washington’s men’s and women’s varsity eights opened up the Windermere Cup/Opening Day Regatta weekend with wins over Australia in Friday’s Twilight Springs, edging out the visitors in a pair of close races.
Washington Rowing, along with Windermere Real Estate, welcomes the Australian men’s and women’s national teams to the 37th annual Windermere Cup, scheduled for Saturday, May 6, 2023. Seattle’s greatest annual, free sporting event features 23 races, culminating with the men’s and women’s Windermere Cup races.
SEATTLE – The No. 3 Washington men’s rowing team took No. 1 California down to the wire in the featured varsity eight race Saturday morning at the 111th UW-Cal Dual on Montake Cut.
The Washington women’s rowing team won the Simpson Cup with a thrilling win over California in the final race of the annual UW-California Dual Regatta Saturday morning on Montlake Cut. The Huskies’ varsity eight was dead even with the Cal crew throughout the early portion of the race.
The Washington men’s and women’s rowing teams return to action this Saturday, April 22, as the Huskies play host for the annual Washington-California Dual, as well as the Title IX Celebration regatta.
One thousand meters into the 2009 IRA Varsity National Championship final, the race was slipping away: Pac-10 Champion Cal, and a resurgent Stanford team, were locked in a race for the lead and were slowly drawing out, Washington trailing in third almost a length back.
University of Washington student-athletes built upon a strong fall quarter in the classroom, raising the department-wide GPA to 3.39 during the winter quarter – up from 3.37 in the fall.
The Washington men’s rowing team swept six races Saturday at the annual UW-Oregon State Dual and Covered Bridge Regatta at Dexter Lake. The Huskies won three head-to-head races vs. Oregon State.
The Washington men’s rowing team returns to action this Saturday, April 8, when the Huskies travel to Dexter Lake near Lowell, Ore., to face Oregon State in the annual dual regatta. The UW-OSU races are three events in the larger Covered Bridge Regatta.
The Washington women’s rowing team won the Laurel Korholz Perpetual Trophy in the women’s novice eight, and also finished third in one other final Sunday at the 50th annual San Diego Crew Classic on Mission Bay.