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.
A total of 21 current Husky rowers will take part at the 2017 World Rowing Under-23 Championships next week in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
On July 9 of this year, the Army Corp of Engineers, in conjunction with a number of historical organizations, will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the completion of the Lake Washington Ship Canal with a boat parade through the locks and into Lake Union. On hand will be a Washington 8-oared crew, as well as…
Ten current and former Washington rowers will be in action this weekend at the World Rowing Cup III in Lucerne, Switzerland. Huskies will row for six different countries in five different events this Friday through Sunday.
Nine members of the Washington men’s rowing team have been named to the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) All-Academic Team for the 2016-17 academic year.
A total of six former Washington men’s and women’s rowers saw action this weekend at the World Rowing Cup II event in Poznan, Poland, with five of them earning medals.
The Washington women’s rowing team’s postseason success continued today as four Huskies earned Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association first-team All-American and Yasmin Farooq was named Division I National Coach of the Year, the CRCA announced.
Washington’s head coach Yasmin Farooq was named Pac-12 Coach of Year, and a total of four Huskies earned first-team All-Pac-12 as the conference announced its rowing honors.
Washington’s head coach Michael Callahan was named Pac-12 Coach of Year, and a total of four Huskies earned first-team All-Pac-12 as the conference announced its rowing honors.
A foot. Sixty-nine thousandths of a second. That was the difference as the Washington men’s rowing team fell agonizingly short of regaining the Intercollegiate Rowing Association national championship regatta Sunday at Lake Natoma.