College rowing's most picturesque setting hosts the sport's most well-attended regatta as the Windermere Cup returns for its 30th year Saturday, May 7, on the Montlake Cut.
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Hannah Allen was familiar with rowing growing up in Spokane, Wash. but, since she didn't know anyone who competed in the sport, it didn't seem like much of an option.
The West Coast's premier rowing rivalry returns this weekend as the Washington Rowing teams travel to Berkeley, Calif., for their annual dual regatta vs. California.
Sarah Dougherty has a vision. She pictures it clearly every day, before each erg workout and opportunity to row on the water with her Washington teammates.
Washington rowing won all 10 races Saturday as the No. 2-ranked UW men took on No. 20 Oregon State and the 8th-ranked Husky women face No. 14 Washington State Saturday on the Montlake Cut.
For Marlee Blue, rowing wasn't part of the plan. As a freshman at Holy Names High School on Capitol Hill, she tried out for the soccer team.
There's a Northwest flavor this weekend as Washington Rowing takes on crews from Oregon State and Washington State this Saturday, April 9, on the Montlake Cut.
Washington women's rowing won four of six races at the Oregon State Classic while earning win in all four races at the Husky Open Saturday.
The UW women will send three boats to the Dexter Lake Invitationals and race several other at the Husky Open this Saturday.
The junior class overcame both the freshmen and seniors to claim the George M. Varnell Men's eight while the senior class chased down the freshmen to take the Seattle Times Women's Eight at Saturday's 115th Washington Rowing Class Day.
Saturday's 115th annual Washington Class Day will serve as the introduction to the UW rowing freshmen – the Class of 2019.