Crew squads continue second-longest intercollegiate rivalry.
April 23, 1999
Washington vs. California
Saturday, April 24 - 9 a.m.
Montlake Cut (2,000 meters) - Seattle, Wash.
Men's and women's varsity, junior varsity and frosh/novice eights and varsity fours will compete.
This Week: Washington hosts California in an annual dual regatta, Saturday, April 24 on the Montlake Cut. Racing begins at 9 a.m. Varsity, junior varsity and frosh/novice eights will race along with varsity fours.
9:00 a.m. Mens Varsity Four
9:07 a.m. Womens Varsity Four
9:15 a.m. Mens Freshmen Eight
break Crews row back through the Cut
9:32 a.m. Womens Junior Varsity Eight
9:40 a.m. Mens Junior Varsity Eight
9:47 a.m. Womens Varsity Eight
9:55 a.m. Mens Varsity Eight
Washington vs. California Dual History The UW-Cal mens series dates back to 1903 and is the second-longest rivalry in intercollegiate athletic history. At stake is the Delos Schoch Cup, named after Delos Schoch of Washingtons class of 1936. Schoch lettered three years (1934-36) as a Husky oarsman. There have been 88 meetings between the schools. The Huskies lead the mens varsity series, 64-23-1, and have won the last six meetings.
The junior varsity series with Cal dates back to 1939, with UW winning 36 of 56 races since that time. There were no races between 1943-46. The Huskies have won 10 of the past 16 races.
The mens freshman eight series also began in 1939, with UW winning 47 of 56 races in that span. The Huskies have won 11 of the past 16.
The womens varsity dual dates back to 1977, with the Huskies also leading, 16-5, and winning the last eight in a row. The junior varsity race began in 1975 and UW has won 19 of 23 races in the series. The Huskies have won 14 of the last 16, including the last six in a row. Cals last victory came in 1990. The novice women began racing in 1977, with UW winning 17 of 22 races. The Huskies have won 14 of the past 16 and the last nine straight. The Bears last victory was in 1989.
Last Year against California On the mens side, the Bears won the junior varsity and freshman races while the Huskies won the varsity eight race on Redwood Shores in Belmont, Calif. The Husky women swept all three races.