Washington men's rowing will continue competition at the Henley Royal Regatta on Saturday, July 4, with all three of its boats having advanced.
Washington men's rowing won all three of its races at the Henley Royal Regatta on Friday, July 3, as the varsity eight won its first round race in the Ladies' Plate against Princeton, the coxed four won its first round in the Prince Albert Challenge Cup over Newcastle, and the coxless four completed the sweep with a second-round win over Yale in the Visitors' Challenge Cup.
Washington men's rowing will continue competition at the Henley Royal Regatta on Friday, July 2, with all three of its crews racing throughout the day.
UW men's crew began its competition at the prestigious Henley Royal Regatta with a comfortable victory over Collingwood College in the Visitors' Challenge Cup Thursday, July 1, on the River Thames.
Washington men's rowing will begin competition at the Henley Royal Regatta in first round of the Visitors' Challenge Cup on Thursday, July 2, at 3:40 p.m. BST, 7:40 a.m. PST.
Washington men's rowing hopes to cap off a historic season with a successful trip at the world-famous Henley Royal Regatta. Racing begins on Wednesday, July 1 and will conclude on Sunday, July 5. Washington's first race will be in the Visitors' Challenge Cup on Thursday, July 2.
Washington and head men's rowing coach Michael Callahan swept the heavyweight rowing honors and also placed 14 individuals on the All-Academic team as the IRA announced its postseason awards Thursday.
Coming off its record fifth straight and 18th overall IRA National Championship, UW men's crew will participate in the prestigious Henley Royal Regatta July 1-5 in Oxfordshire, England, to cap off a historic 2015 season.
UW men's crew had 26 athletes named to the 2015 Pac-12 Men's Rowing All-Academic teams, as announced by the Conference today.
In Focus: Fresh Off No. 5, UW Rowers Get Back To Work
UW men's crew will commemorate its historic fifth straight IRA National Championship with a celebration on the evening of Thursday, June 11, at the Conibear Shellhouse beginning at 6 p.m. PT. The event will also honor the outstanding season of UW women's crew, which brought home the fourth-place trophy from the NCAA Championships.
UW's historically rich men's rowing program reached new heights Sunday on Lake Mercer, becoming the first program ever to win five consecutive Intercollegiate Rowing Association men's varsity eight national titles.