The 14th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team competed in heats and repechages on the first day of the NCAA Division III Championship today at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Fla. Both the Shorewomen’s first and second varsity eights will row in their respective petite finals tomorrow.
Due to a continuously stormy forecast, the Saturday race schedule for the NCAA Division III Rowing Championship has changed. As a result, the Washington College second varsity eight will now race in its petite final at 8:58 a.m. with the first varsity eight's petite final to follow at 9:06 a.m.
The coxswain and eight rowers of the women's rowing team's first varsity eight share this week's Shorewoman of the Week honor after finishing eighth overall in the women's open eights at the Dad Vail Regatta.
The 13th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team punched its ticket to its sixth consecutive NCAA Division III Championship when the Shorewomen won their sixth consecutive Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championship back on April 28th. The Shorewomen now know their full field of competitors and heat assignments at the event as the NCAA held its selection show for the championship Monday night.
The 13th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team competed at the Dad Vail Regatta on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia yesterday and today. It was the Shorewomen’s final regatta before the NCAA Division III Championships later this month. The Shorewomen’s first varsity eight competed in the women’s open eights against several Division I crews, while the second varsity eight competed in the women’s Division III eights. The Shorewomen also competed in the women’s Division II/III varsity four.
The Washington College Athletics Department held its annual athletic awards ceremony tonight, honoring the top student-athletes for the 2017-18 academic year. Team Most Valuable Players and Most Improved Players were named, and several special departmental awards were presented as well. A list of the awards follows.
The 13th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team won its sixth consecutive conference title by sweeping the first and second varsity eights at a thunderstorm-shortened Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Championships today on Pinchot Lake in Lewisberry, Pa. In addition, three Shorewomen were named All-MARC and four were named Academic All-MARC during a post-regatta awards ceremony.
From humble beginnings as a club sport operating out of a chicken coop, rowing at Washington College has grown into one of the College's most-successful sports. Now, join us as we celebrate 50 years of rowing at Washington College.
The 12th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team had their first and second varsity eights compete in the Division II/III Varsity Eight at the Murphy Cup today on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia. The Shorewomen’s first varsity eight finished second in the event, while the second varsity eight took sixth.
Washington College's first varsity eight has been named the inaugural Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Women's Crew of the Week. In addition, the Shorewomen have checked in at 12th in this season's first USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Division III Top 15.
The five-time defending Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) Champion Washington College women’s rowing team opened its spring regatta schedule today, racing against fellow MARC crews at the Bryn Mawr/Cabrini Invitational in Conshohocken, Pa. The Shorewomen won both the first and second varsity eight races.
This spring, the Washington College women’s rowing team will aim to extend its run of dominance of the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference (MARC) into the second half of a decade as the Shorewomen seek their sixth consecutive MARC Championship and sixth consecutive NCAA Division III Championship bid.
The Washington College women’s rowing team competed at the Navy Day Regatta on the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia today, racing two crews in the open/collegiate eight, two in the open/collegiate four, and one in the collegiate frosh/novice eight.
The Washington College women’s rowing team opened its fall regatta schedule today at the Occoquan Challenge, racing eight boats across six events. A second-place finish by the varsity four highlighted the day’s racing for the Shorewomen.
Former Washington College two-sport varsity student-athlete Jackie Creitz is one of two nominees for the NCAA Woman of the Year award put forward by the Centennial Conference. Creitz, who swam and rowed at the College for four years, graduated in May with a Bachelor of Science degrees in Math and Computer Science.
Five members of the Washington College women's rowing team, which placed sixth in the squad's fifth consecutive NCAA Division III Championship last weekend, have been named National Scholar-Athletes by the College Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA).
The 13th-ranked Washington College women’s rowing team finished sixth in the final team standings at the NCAA Division III Championship held yesterday and today on Mercer Lake in West Windsor, N.J. The first varsity eight ended the season on a high note, using a strong finish to defeat Pacific Lutheran in the petite final.
Washington College senior student-athletes Jackie Creitz and Anna Inserra have been named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Division III Academic All-District II Women's At-Large Team.