Men's Crew - Archives 2016
UW men's crew will celebrate its 2015 IRA National Championship at the Husky football game against Cal on Sep. 26, as members of the Washington men's rowing team will receive their championships rings at a pregame tailgate party at Conibear Shellhouse and the Huskies will be honored during the first half of the football game.
UW men's crew head coach Michael Callahan has named Niles Garratt as his second assistant coach, a promotion from his graduate assistant position Garratt held last year. The Huskies have also added intern assistants Kristen Brownlee and Alex Mann.
Washington men's and women's crew will be holding an open tryout for walk-ons on September 30 at 4 p.m. PT at the Conibear Shellhouse. No previous rowing experience is needed to try out.
Rowing as part of the historically dominant U.S women's eight, Huskies Kerry Simmonds and Katelin Snyder helped the U.S. win its 10th straight world championship as the duo became the third and fourth UW alumni to win gold at the 2015 Senior World Championships.
Several Huskies were in action in event finals on Saturday at the Senior World Championships, highlighted by Megan Kalmoe and her quadruple sculls crew winning a gold medal and multiple UW alumni helping qualify their boats for the 2016 Olympics.
Two more Huskies earned medals on Friday, Sep. 4, at the Senior World Championships, as Adrienne Martelli won a gold medal for the U.S. and current sophomore Viktor Pivac took bronze in the coxed pair.
Representing the U.S., current UW junior Danielle Hansen and her mixed LTA coxed four won a silver medal and a number of others Huskies advanced to their respective event finals after another exciting day of racing at the Senior World Championships.
Six Huskies advanced with their respective crews to finals and semifinals on a successful day of racing for current UW student-athletes and UW alumni at the Senior World Championships.
UW graduates Rob Gibson and Hans Struzyna each advanced with their respective boats to event semifinals after competing in Tuesday's repechage at the Senior World Championships.
Six more current and former Washington athletes rowed in heats Monday at the 2015 Senior World Championships, including two members of the U.S. women's eight that won its heat and advanced directly to the finals.
Five former Washington rowers, four representing Canada and one from the U.S., raced Sunday on the first day of rowing's 2015 Senior World Championships.
Washington Rowing will be well-represented at the 2015 Senior World Championships, with fourteen alums and current student-athletes competing at the world's highest level. The competition runs from Sunday, Aug. 30, to Sunday, Sep. 6.