The UW men’s crew brought home more hardware at the Henley Royal Regatta on the River Thames in England, beating boats from the United States. and United Kingdom.
With impending weather issues at Mercer Lake forcing revisions to the championship schedule, the Washington men’s rowing team won two out of three races en route to a team points title at the IRA National Championships.
After a layover of nearly three weeks, the Washington men’s crew returns to action this weekend with the IRA National Championships, beginning this Friday on Mercer Lake in West Windsor, N.J.
A stormy Central Florida forecast meant a double-header for the Huskies, as the NCAA grand finals originally scheduled for Sunday were moved up to Saturday afternoon.
The Huskies got off to a strong start at the NCAA Rowing Championships on Friday at Nathan Benderson Park, winning all of their heats and advancing to Saturday’s semifinals.
A year ago, the Washington women’s rowing team made history by becoming the first crew to sweep all grand finals at the NCAA Rowing Championships.
The Washington men’s and women’s rowing crews continued their surge through the spring by securing team titles and winning nine of 10 races Sunday at the Pac-12 Championships at Gold River, Calif.
The postseason has arrived for the Washington rowing teams, who will visit the Sacramento State Aquatic Center seeking to repeat as Pac-12 champions after sweeping the competition last year.
Boating and rowing fans were out in full force Saturday morning to see the Washington men’s and women’s rowing crews take on some of the best competitors the world had to offer.
Three of the world’s top rowing crews are set to descend upon the Montlake Cut on Saturday as Washington hosts the 32nd annual Windermere Cup, marking the official start to boating season in the Northwest.
The storied rowing rivalry between the UW and the California will be renewed Saturday as the Huskies head to Redwood Shores, Calif. to face the Golden Bears in the annual UW-Cal Dual.
On Lake Las Vegas for the second time this season, the No. 1 Washington women’s crew took down a pair of top-10 foes, sweeping three races against No. 3 Texas and No. 10 Michigan on Saturday morning.
Following a weekend off after sweeping Washington State on March 31, the No. 1 Washington women’s crew faces a pair of top-10 opponents in Texas and Michigan this Saturday on Lake Las Vegas.
The Washington men’s crew enjoyed perfect weather conditions Friday afternoon on the Montlake Cut, cruising to victories in all seven of its races against Oregon State and Stanford.
Following a successful weekend at the Husky Open that saw the Washington men’s crew sweep their races and the women nearly do the same, the UW men will take center stage on the Montlake Cut this Friday.
The Washington spring rowing season officially kicked off Saturday morning as UW hosted the Husky Open and Boeing Apple Cup Series races on the Montlake Cut.
The Washington rowing team is set to continue its season this Saturday as it hosts the Husky Open on the Montlake Cut. The No. 1 ranked women’s crew will also face Washington State in Boeing’s annual Apple Cup Series.
After sweeping the NCAA championships a year ago and a strong start to this season, it was announced that the Washington women’s crew team is No. 1 in the latest NCAA poll.
On another cold, windy day with sparse sunlight scattered throughout the four races, the Washington rowing crews kicked off their home spring season with the 117th annual Class Day on the Montlake Cut.
After the success of the fall season at the Head of the Charles, Head of the American, and Head of the Lake, the Washington rowing team is finally back for Spring action, with upcoming matchups on Lake Las Vegas this weekend.
The football team calls it Dawg weather. The Washington crew team calls it Husky weather. Either way, both had standout performances in the cold, rainy conditions, at least while it lasted.
Just as soon as it began, the fall season of the Washington Huskies rowing team will conclude this weekend, when both the men’s and women’s crews race in the Head of the Lake on Sunday.
After an impressive showing at the Head of the Charles regatta last weekend on the east coast, the Washington women’s crew team will head down to Gold River, California, to participate in its second regatta of the fall season.
In a full two days of action at the Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts, the Washington Huskies crew teams put together some stellar performances in four races over the weekend.
After a summer full of athletes participating in the 2017 World Rowing Under 23 Championships, the Washington Huskies rowing teams are finally back together and ready to compete for their university, rather than their country this fall.
While the Washington men’s rowing team can’t forget about its shortcomings from last year, this year’s results couldn’t get much better.
In another tightly contested day, with some photo finishes at the finish line, the Washington men’s rowing team came out on top in all four of their boats in the semifinals, setting the stage for one final run for the national championship at the IRA Grand Finals tomorrow.
The Washington men’s rowing team got off to a good start today at the annual IRA National Championship, winning all of their races in the first round in some tightly-contested races.
In a truly historic and momentous day for the Washington women’s crew team, the Huskies, as the No. 1 overall seed in all three scoring boats, delivered and swept all three races to take home a team national championship.
After sweeping the first round of action on Friday, the Washington women’s rowing team had a similarly successful day in the semifinals, in which they swept all scoring races to put themselves in a position to win a national championship for the first time since 2001.
To no one’s surprise, the Washington women’s rowing team swept the field in the first round of action at the NCAA Championships in New Jersey, winning in the first varsity eight, the second varsity eight, and the varsity four.
While the men prep for the IRA championships in June, the Washington women’s crew team will hope to win its first national championship in over 10 years at Mercer Lake in West Windsor, New Jersey this weekend.
The UW Police Department announced on Wednesday that they are investigating members of the men’s crew team for an alleged sexual assault.
In a highly anticipated matchup between the top two crew teams in the country, the Washington crews showed up and showed out as both teams won the Pac-12 team championship on Lake Natoma in California.
After finishing the regular season with a sweep and record-breaking numbers at the Windermere Cup, the Husky crew teams now look to the Pac-12 Rowing Championships at Lake Natoma, Calif., on Sunday.
On a bright and sunny day on the Montlake Cut, the Washington men and women’s varsity eights took home the Windermere Cup crown against teams from Shanghai, China, and even more impressively, broke 20-year-old course records.
Every other week of the season, the Washington men and women’s rowing teams normally have a pretty good idea of what their upcoming matchup will bring to the table as they prep for a big race.
After mixed results last weekend at the Cal Dual, which resulted in the No. 1 Washington women’s crew team splitting its races with No. 2 California, Washington will now head out on the road once again to Snake River at Wawawai Landing and take on the Cougars in an interstate battle.
In probably the fastest rowing competition in the world this weekend, the Washington men and women’s crew teams took on California in a battle between the top two rowing programs in the country.
In one of the oldest rowing rivalries in collegiate history, the Washington men and women’s rowing teams will take on California, the reigning national champions and conference powerhouse, on Saturday at the Montlake Cut.
The Washington men’s rowing team had yet another undefeated weekend at the Stanford Invitational in Redwood Shores, Calif., as they won all eight of their races against Stanford, Wisconsin, UC Davis, and Orange Coast College.
Coming off of an impressive showing that featured yet another sweep for the Washington men’s rowing team, the Huskies now head to Redwood Shores, Calif. to compete against Stanford, Wisconsin, and other schools starting on Friday.
After two impressive performances last week, in which the Washington men and women’s rowing crews won 19 out of 20 races last weekend, the Huskies had similar success in Lowell, Ore., at Dexter Lake during the Oregon State Classic.