Washington’s men’s and women’s rowing teams swept the marquee races at the 33rd annual Windermere Cup Saturday, in front of a huge crowd lining Montlake Cut.
The Windermere Cup returns to the Montlake Cut for the 33rd year next Saturday, May 4, with races starting at 10:16 a.m. PT. The annual spring rowing event is held in conjunction with the Seattle Yacht Club’s Opening Day parade, which marks the beginning of boating season in Seattle.
The No. 1 Washington women’s rowing team won three out of four races, but No. 3 California took home the Simpson Cup with a win in the varsity eight Saturday in the annual UW-Cal Dual on Montlake Cut.
A rigorous stretch of top-level competition for the No. 1-ranked Washington women’s rowing team continues this week as the Huskies take on No. 2 California in the annual Cal Dual. The day also includes the first She Will Win regatta for youth and masters women’s crews.
Washington’s men’s rowing team won all four races today in the 108th Cal Dual on Montlake Cut.
Washington’s No. 1-ranked women’s rowing team won the varsity eight and the second varsity eight races this morning vs. No. 5 Michigan and No. 6 Ohio State in Las Vegas.
The West Coast’s most celebrated men’s collegiate rowing regatta, the Washington-Cal Dual, is set for this Saturday morning, April 20, on Seattle’s Montlake Cut.
The No. 1-ranked Washington women’s rowing team heads back to Lake Las Vegas for the second time this season. This Saturday, April 20, the Huskies will face a pair of top-10 opponents in No. 5 Michigan and No. 9 Ohio State.
The No. 2-ranked Washington men’s rowing team finished its weekend trip to Redwood Shores with four victories in four races vs. No. 18 Oregon State on Sunday. After going 7-for-7 vs. No. 6 Northeastern and No. 13 Stanford on Saturday, the Huskies finished the regatta with 11 wins in 11 races.
The No. 2-ranked Washington men’s rowing team won all seven of its races Saturday, beating No. 6 Northeastern in four races before winning three out of three against No. 13 Stanford.