UW men's crew will commemorate its historic fifth straight IRA National Championship with a celebration on the evening of Thursday, June 11, at the Conibear Shellhouse beginning at 6 p.m. PT. The event will also honor the outstanding season of UW women's crew, which brought home the fourth-place trophy from the NCAA Championships.
UW's historically rich men's rowing program reached new heights Sunday on Lake Mercer, becoming the first program ever to win five consecutive Intercollegiate Rowing Association men's varsity eight national titles.
Due to forecasts for poor weather, the schedule for the final day of the Intercollegiate Rowing Association national championship regatta has been changed.
The Washington men's rowing team maintained its spotless record at the 2015 IRA National Championship Regatta Saturday, as four boats won semifinal races and earned spots in grand finals on Sunday at Lake Mercer.
The Washington men's crew began defense of its four consecutive Intercollegiate Rowing Association titles and eight straight Jim Ten Eyck Trophies, finishing first in all five of its heats Friday on Lake Mercer.
UW head coach Michael Callahan was named Pac-12 Conference Men's Coach of the Year for the sixth consecutive season, and a combined six Huskies were named to the All-Conference Men's and Women's teams, as announced by the conference.
UW men's crew will look to continue its dominant run in collegiate rowing as the No. 1 Huskies head to Mercer Lake, N.J., to attempt to win their fifth straight Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) National Championship, an unprecedented feat. The IRA National Championships will run May 29-31.
Washington men's rowing won its sixth consecutive Pac-12 Championship and 31st overall, sweeping all five of the men's races at the conference championships on Sunday, May 17, on Lake Natoma, Calif.
Washington men's rowing heads to Lake Natoma as the five-time defending Pac-12 Champions with hopes of winning its sixth-straight conference title this Sunday, May 17, in Gold River, Calif.
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.