Before the sun has fully risen, kept warm by multiple layers of spandex, the women of the University of Washington's rowing team make their way to Conibear Shellhouse. This season the almost daily predawn journey is made by nearly 65 rowers, including six sets of sisters.
With the annual Class Day Regatta and its accompanying festivities quickly approaching, registration for the Varsity Boat Club Banquet and other weekend activities is now open.
A senior on UW women's rowing team, Liz Vogt (pronounced vote) is a great all-around athlete who is thriving on and off the water.
UW women's rowing has a reputation for producing world-class talent, a tradition upheld by senior Fiona Gammond and her stellar career as a Husky.
UW men's and women's rowers spent New Year's in Chula Vista, Calif., at the Olympic Training Center on Otay Lake for their annual team camps.
Stanley R. Pocock, who less than two months ago was presented with the Dr. Don H. Palmer Award at the 2014 Husky Hall of Fame induction ceremony, has died at the age of 91. Mr. Pocock passed away Monday, December 16, 2014.
UW alum Megan Kalmoe has been named USRowing's Female Athlete of the Year, as voted on by her peers, and will receive the award at the Golden Oars Awards Dinner this Wednesday, Nov. 20.
UW crew dominated Head of the Lake, highlighted by the men winning the Collegiate 8+ and the women taking first in the Championship 8+ Sunday morning.
UW men's and women's rowing will complete their fall schedules close to home this Sunday, Nov. 2 at the Head of the Lake, hosted by the Lake Washington Rowing Club.
Information regarding parking at the Head of the Lake.
UW women's rowing endured less than ideal conditions to come up with a good showing at the Head of the American on Saturday.
Six individuals and two NCAA champion teams officially took their place in the Husky Hall of Fame during induction ceremonies Thursday night at Alaska Airlines Arena.