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Huskies Host Cougars in Dual Regatta
Release: 04/07/2000
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April 7, 2000

SEATTLE - This Week
Washington State
at Washington
Dual Regatta
Saturday, April 8
Montlake Cut
(2,000 meters)
Seattle, Wash.
Racing begins at 9 a.m. Saturday

Men's and women's varsity, junior varsity and frosh/novice eights and fours will compete.

This Week: Washington hosts its annual dual regatta with in-state rival Washington State, Saturday, April 8. Racing begins at 9 a.m. on the 2,000-meter Montlake Cut course. Men's and women's varsity, junior varsity and novice/freshman eights and fours will compete. WSU's men's team is a club-level program.

UW - WSU Dual Regatta Schedule
8:00 a.m. Coaches / Coxswain's Meeting
9:00 a.m. Men's Varsity Eight
9:05 a.m. Women's Varsity Four
row back through Cut
9:30 a.m. Women's second varsity eight
9:37 a.m. Men's Freshman Eight
9:45 a.m. Women's Varsity Eight
row back through Cut
10:10 a.m. Women's Junior Varsity Eight
10:17 a.m. Men's Varsity Four
10:25 a.m. Women's First Novice

Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association
US Rowing Coaches Poll (April 5)
Women's Eight
1. Washington (7)
2. Brown (11)
3. California
4. Virginia
5. USC
6. Princeton
7. Michigan
8. Wisconsin
9. Boston U.
10. Radcliffe
11. Ohio State
12. Oregon State
13. Washington State
14. Yale
15. Northeastern
16. Michigan State
17. Iowa
18. Syracuse
19. Penn
20. Dartmouth

Men's Eight
1. California (11)
2. Brown (6)
3. Washington
4. Princeton
5. Harvard
6. Wisconsin
7. Penn
8. Temple
8. Yale
10. Northeastern
11. Navy
12. Syracuse
13. Cornell
14. Oregon State
15. Boston U.
16. Dartmouth
17. Stanford
18. Michigan
19t. Columbia
19t. Dowling College

Independent Rowing News
Collegiate Rankings (April 6)
Women's Varsity Eight
1. Washington
2. Brown
3. California
4. Virginia
5. USC
6. Michigan

Men's Varsity Eight
1. Brown
2. California
3. Washington
4. Princeton
5. Harvard
6. Wisconsin

The Montlake Course: The start line for home regattas is on Lake Washington, parallel to the Governor A.D. Rosellini (Evergreen Point) Floating Bridge. The course runs from east to west through the Montlake Cut to the finish line near the mouth of Portage Bay at the west end of Montlake Cut. A good view of the race course is available along either side of Montlake Cut, or from the Montlake Bridge.

Next Week Wisconsin at Washington Saturday, April 15 Racing begins at 10:00 a.m. Montlake Cut, Seattle, Wash.

The Coaching Staff Head men's coach: Bob Ernst (Irvine '67), 13th yr. Frosh men's coach: Fred Honebein (Cal '91), 2nd yr. Head women's coach: Jan Harville (UW '74), 13th yr. Women's novice coach: Eleanor McElvaine (UW '85), 10th yr. Women's asst. varsity coach: Erin O'Connell (UW '96), 3rd yr. Interns: Rob Lorenz (men's varsity) Steve Todd (men's frosh) Jan Williamson (w-novice)

Last Year (IRA/NCAA results) Men at Camden, NJ Varsity 3rd Junior varsity 2nd Frosh 4th Women at Sacramento, Calif. Team 3rd Varsity 5th Junior varsity 4th Varsity four 1st

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