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Release: 04/14/2001
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April 14, 2001

Seattle - This week: The Washington men's and women's rowing teams travel across the state for the annual dual regatta with in-state rival Washington State, Sat. April 14. Racing begins at 3 p.m. at Wawawi Landing on the Snake River. Men's and women's varsity, junior varsity and novice eights and fours will compete. WSU's men's team is a club-level program. The event will be televised on a tape-delay basis by FOX Sports Northwest, the first time a WSU rowing event has been televised on the Snake River. The telecast will air April 25 but a time has yet to be determined.

Here is the race schedule for Saturday, April 14:
3:00 p.m. Women's first novice eight
3:15 p.m. Women's novice four
3:30 p.m. Men's varsity eight
3:45 p.m. Men's freshman four
4:00 p.m. Women's second novice eight
4:15 p.m. Women's varsity four
4:30 p.m. Men's varsity four
4:40 p.m. Women's second novice eight
4:50 p.m. Men's freshman eight
5:00 p.m. Women's varsity eight

About the Races: The junior varsity and novice women's races should be close as the Cougars staged a competitive race with the Huskies at the San Diego Crew Classic last weekend, placing within seconds of the winning Washington boats. The varsity women's crews both seek to improve upon their performances last weekend as Washington placed second to USC in the grand final of the Whittier Cup, the first loss in that race in nine years, while WSU narrowly missed qualifying for the grand final and placed seventh overall ... the Washington men's first varsity will remain at home to train in Seattle Saturday.

Next Week
Men's and women's varsity eights
Washington at Wisconsin
Saturday, April 21
Racing begins at 10 a.m. CST
Madison, Wisc. - Lake Mendota

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