Husky women's crew coach Bob Ernst was fittingly inducted into the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Associations Hall of Fame in a ceremony held Monday at the Conibear Shellhouse, while two Huskies were named All-Americans during the ceremony.
UW women's crew had 28 athletes honored on the 2015 Pac-12 Women's Rowing All-Academic teams, as announced by the Conference today.
UW women's crew is on the move. The Huskies came into the 2015 season with just one goal: advance all three boats to the grand finals at the NCAA Championships. UW came away with a fourth-place finish and its first NCAA trophy since taking second in 2008.
UW women's crew completed a successful trip to the NCAA Championships with a fourth-place team finish, highlighted by a bronze medal in the second varsity eight, Sunday at Lake Natoma.
Due to forecasts for poor weather, the schedule for the final day of the NCAA national championship regatta has been changed.
On the second day of the NCAA Championships, UW women's crew finished in the top three in the varsity eight, second varsity eight and varsity four semifinals to become one of two teams to qualify all three of its crews for the grand finals.
UW women's crew had all three of its boats advance to the semifinals of the NCAA Championships on the first day of the NCAA Championships on Lake Natoma, highlighted by a photo-finish victory for the Huskies in the fourth heat of the varsity eight.
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.