Washington Rowing, along with Windermere Real Estate, welcomes the German men’s and women’s national teams, the Boston University men and the UCLA women to the 33rd annual Windermere Cup, scheduled for Saturday, May 4, 2019.
Washington’s men’s and women’s rowing teams won all of the races in which they were entered Sunday in the 39th Head of the Lake regatta. The UW women won both the championship and junior varsity eights, while the men won three different eights races.
Washington’s men’s and women’s rowing teams wrap up their fall schedule Sunday, Nov. 4, with the 39th annual Head of the Lake, starting at 8:00 a.m. PT.
The UW pair of senior Calina Schanze and junior Tabea Schendekehl won the women’s collegiate pairs competition and the Huskies’ top entry in the women’s collegiate eight won its race Saturday at the Head of the American regatta on Lake Natoma.
Washington’s women’s rowing team will send a large contingent of rowers to the Head of the American this Saturday.
Washington’s Ben Davison ’19 beat a field of 30 other scullers to win the men’s championship single sculls at the 54th annual Head of the Charles Regatta.
A day after senior Ben Davison became the first Husky to win the men’s championship singles, a Washington crew finished ninth out of 32 entries in the men’s championship eights at the 54th annual Head of the Charles Regatta Sunday, finishing fifth among collegiate entries.
Washington Rowing will send two entries to the 54th Head of the Charles Regatta this weekend as Huskies will compete in the men’s championship singles and men’s championship eights.
UW women’s crew’s first official “Hometown Husky” has arrived. Her name is Hallie Jensen and she’s a 6-foot-2 former basketball, volleyball, tennis, track and cross country athlete from Lakeside High School outside of Spokane.
Washington’s Andrew Gaard has been named USRowing’s inaugural Under 23 Male Athlete of the Year, USRowing announced today.