The Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) announced the National Scholar-Athletes and All-Region teams for the 2015 season, honoring several members of UW women's crew.
UW women's crew head coach Bob Ernst is ecstatic about the future of his program but focused on the present as the Huskies head to the 2015 NCAA Championships in Gold River, Calif., on Lake Natoma.
Coming off a narrow second-place finish at the Pac-12 Championships, UW women's crew is motivated and optimistic heading into the upcoming NCAA Championships May 29-31 on Lake Natoma in Gold River, Calif.
UW women's crew took first place in the varsity four, third varsity eight and second varsity eights on its way to a second-place overall finish at the Pac-12 Conference Championships Sunday, May 17, on Lake Natoma, Calif.
UW women's rowing took second in the open eight and third in the collegiate four at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships on Saturday, May 16, on Lake Natoma, Calif.
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Coming off a Windermere Cup victory over No. 3 Virginia, UW women's crew will face its toughest test of the season at the Pac-12 Championships, as the No. 2 Huskies will take on three top-10 teams on Sunday, May 17, on Lake Natoma in Gold River, Calif.
No. 4 Washington women's rowing used a strong comeback to beat No. 3 Virginia and win the 2015 Windermere Cup in front of thousands of fans along the Montlake Cut on Saturday, May 2.
The 2015 Windermere Cup will match two of the best women's teams in the country when No. 3 Virginia visits No. 5 Washington in one of Seattle's most popular traditions on Saturday, May 2, on the Montlake Cut.
Washington women's rowing won the varsity four and the second varsity eight races as the Huskies split with the Bears at the annual UW vs. Cal dual race Saturday, April 25, on the Montlake Cut.
UW women's rowing hopes to continue its great start to the 2015 season when it hosts Cal in one of the fiercest rivalries in women's college rowing as the two vie for the Simpson Cup for the 49th time this Saturday, April 25, in Seattle.
Highlighted by a victory in the women's varsity eight, UW men's and women's crews combined to sweep Washington State in the annual Apple Cup dual between the Huskies and the Cougars.