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.
Washington’s men’s and women’s rowing teams wrap up their fall schedule Sunday, Nov. 5, with the 38th annual Head of the Lake, starting at 8:00 a.m. PT.
Washington’s women’s rowing team placed three in the top five of the pairs competition and three in the top six of the eights Saturday at the Head of the Lake Regatta.
Washington’s women’s rowing team will send a large group of athletes to the 2017 Head of the American regatta this Saturday at Lake Natoma in Gold River, Calif.
Washington’s men’s and women’s rowing teams turned in another afternoon of solid finishes Sunday at the final day of the 53rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta.
Two women’s entries from the University of Washington turned in strong performances in high-level races on the first day of the 53rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta Saturday.
The Washington men’s and women’s rowing teams will travel east to take part in the 53rd annual Head of the Charles Regatta, the world’s largest two-day rowing competition. The Boston-area event marks the first competition of the 2017-18 school year for the Huskies.
The 2017 World Rowing Championships wrapped up Sunday with six current and former Washington rowers competing in A and B finals. In perhaps the biggest race of the day, the United States women’s eight saw its streak of 11 straight Olympic and World Championship gold medals come to an end as Romania, the bronze medalists…
Five Washington student-athletes wrapped up a successful summer racing campaign at the US Rowing Club Nationals. Representing Seattle Area Rowing Association, Madison Molitor, ’19, and Sam Halbert, ’20, took an early lead in the Men’s Elite Pair and Intermediate pair races and never looked back. They took home the gold in both events. Rising sophomores George…
Washington rowers earned seven more medals Sunday on the final day of the World Rowing Under-23 Championships in Bulgaria, bringing the Huskies’ total medal haul to 17.