UW men's crew hung tough against the U23 New Zealand National Team, the best U23 crew in the world, but ultimately fell as the Kiwis took first to win the 2015 Windermere Cup.
The 2015 Windermere Cup will feature a loaded field full of world-class athletes with World Champion New Zealand and Columbia University, one of college rowing's most historic programs, set to face the four-time defending national champion Washington Huskies on Saturday, May 2, on the Montlake Cut.
Washington men's rowing earned a split in four races against No. 1 Cal, winning the varsity four and second varsity eights races, but falling to the Bears in the freshman eight and the varsity eight Saturday, April 25, on the Montlake Cut.
The top-two teams in the nation will race in one of men's college rowing's biggest rivalries as the No. 1 UW men's crew takes on No. 2 Cal this Saturday, April 25, in Seattle.
UW men's crew sent its fourth varsity, second freshman and combination eights to scrimmage Gonzaga in a weekend practice at Silverlake.
Washington Men's Rowing heads to Spokane, Wash., this weekend to scrimmage the Gonzaga Bulldogs on Saturday, April 18, on Silver Lake.
Washington Men's Rowing went unbeaten in two dual races against Stanford and Oregon State Saturday, April 11, at the Stanford Invitational.
After a dominant weekend to open the season, Washington Men's Rowing will compete at the Stanford Invitational and take on in-state rival Washington State this Saturday, April 11.
Between the Seekonk River in Providence, R.I., and the Montlake Cut in Seattle, UW men's rowing did not lose a race Saturday morning, earning a clean sweep of Brown in a dual race and winning all five of its races at 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.