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After sweeping Oregon State in four races two weekends ago, the Washington men’s rowing team has now turned its attention toward Stanford and Santa Clara.
After blowing its opponents out of the water Saturday, the No. 1 Washington women’s rowing team once again dominated the races in Las Vegas on Sunday morning.
Lake Las Vegas has become almost a second home to the No. 1 Washington women’s rowing team.
The Washington men’s rowing team kicked off their season with a bang.
When the Washington men’s crew team duel against Oregon State gets underway April 3, it’ll be its first time competing in a sprint-race event since the 2019 IRA Championship Regatta.
University of Washington Intercollegiate Athletics (ICA) announced plans for the phased return of student-athletes to campus beginning June 15 with voluntary workouts.
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