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.
Washington Women's Rowing takes on in-state rival Washington State this weekend in Pullman, Wash., at the annual Apple Cup dual between the Huskies and the Cougars.
Washington women's rowing got its season off to a great start with an stellar weekend, winning all of its races against a loaded field at the Oregon State Classic and at home in the annual Husky Open.
Washington Rowing officially begins its intercollegiate season this Saturday, April 4, as UW men's crew heads to Providence, R.I., to take on Brown and UW women's crew will compete at the Oregon State Classic in Dexter Lake, Ore.
Washington Rowing hosted its 114th edition of Class Day on Saturday Morning, and saw the senior class on the men's side defend its George M. Varnell Men's Eight title and the junior class on the women's side win the Seattle Times Women's Eight.
The 114th annual Class Day Regatta on Saturday, March 28, 2015, will feature the collegiate rowing debut of the 31 women and 27 men who represent the newest freshman class of Washington Huskies.
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