May 26-28 NCAA Women’s Rowing Championships After the international circuit, there is simply no better showcase of women’s rowing talent than the NCAA championships. Last year, California played spoiler—in only coach Al Acosta’s third season
The University of California rowing community is mourning the loss of T. Gary Rogers, a successful business leader and philanthropist who died May 2 while playing tennis at his Oakland home. The former Cal oarsman
BOSTON, Mass. – With the last weekend of National Championship qualifiers in the books the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) has announced the field for the 2017 IRA National Championship. A total of 35 institutions will
As athletes around the U.S. are focusing on their goals for championship racing, the USRowing’s week seven coaches poll saw very little movement, with the top five places holding steady for most of the polls.
PRINCETON, N.J. — Defending national champion the University of California, Berkeley came out of the Cal-UW dual victorious to unanimously earn the first-place spot in the fifth regular season USRowing Coaches Poll. With all 19 first-place