looking for their eighth
straight Pac-10 title.
Huskies tune-up for National Championships
May 11, 1999
UW at Pac-10 Championships
Sunday, May 16 Heats 7:30 a.m. / Finals 12:40 p.m.
Lake Natoma (2,000 meters)
Washington travels to Sacramento for the Pac-10 Championships, Sunday, May 16 on Lake Natoma. Heat racing begins at 7:30 a.m. with the women's varsity four and grand finals begin at 12:40 p.m. that same day. The final race of the day, the women's varsity eight grand final, is set for 4:10 p.m. Eight Pac-10 schools will compete: California, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, USC, UW and WSU.
Husky varsity, junior varsity and frosh/novice eights will race along with varsity fours. This year marks the 40th anniversary for the men's championships and the 13th annual meeting for the women.
Pac-10 Grand Final Schedule
1:00 p.m. Womens Varsity Four
1:20 p.m. Mens Varsity Four
1:50 p.m. Men's Frosh/Novice Eight
2:20 p.m. Women's Novice Eight
2:40 p.m. Men's Junior Varsity Eight
3:10 p.m. Women's Junior Varsity Eight
3:40 p.m. Men's Varsity Eight
4:10 p.m. Women's Varsity Eight
Pac-10 History: The Husky women, two-time NCAA champions, are set to defend conference titles in the varsity, junior varsity and novice eight races. Washington varsity crews have won seven straight Pac-10 crowns, the novice eights four straight and the jayvees the last two conference titles. The varsity four will aim for its first title since 1995.
On the men's side, the varsity four will defend its crown while the frosh, jayvee and varsity boats look to reclaim conference titles after finishing second to California in 1998. Prior to last season, the varsity had won eight in a row and the junior varsity, six in a row. The freshmen men's most recent title came in 1997.
Next Race: UW Men at IRA National Championships
Cooper River, Camden,NJ
UW Women at NCAA Championships
Lake Natoma, Sacramento, Calif.