Washington’s men’s and women’s rowing teams are hard at work as the start of the 2023 spring season grows nearer each day. The traditional start to the Washington rowing season comes each year with Class Day.
Washington student-athletes started the 2022-23 academic year strong, setting the department’s highest GPA in two years.
The Washington women’s rowing team won the Championship Women’s 8+, Sponsored by Pocock Racing Shells, to highlight a successful Sunday at the Head of the Lake Regatta.
The Washington women’s rowing team finished third in the Women’s Championship Eights Sunday at the 58th annual Head of the Charles Regatta.
The Washington men’s and women’s rowing teams will compete this Sunday at the 58th annual Head of the Charles Regatta. The Huskies will have a crew in each of the two marquee eights competitions.
Washington’s Nikki Martincic and McKenna Bryant won the 4,000-meter head race and later finished third in the 250-meter sprint to highlight the UW women’s rowing team’s performance Sunday at the Burnaby Lake Small Boat Regatta.
Last year, standout high school athlete Hallie Jensen had never rowed — but now she’s competing on the UW’s Division I crew team, thanks to the Hometown Huskies program.
The Seattle Times: Washington sweeps NCAA women’s rowing national championship for second time in three years
When Washington junior Marley Avritt, the coxswain for the varsity eight, saw her crew fall to last in the six-team grand final of the NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships on Sunday, she figured something magical had to happen.
You might not ever know what it’s like to compete in an eight shell, as the Washington rowing teams do. But you can train like the Huskies.
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