After a successful weekend in Portland and Spokane, the Washington State University women's rowing team will compete in the its final regatta of the fall season.
PORTLAND, Ore. – The Washington State University women's rowing team swept the competition in its second regatta of the weekend Sunday morning at the Portland Fall Classic on the Willamette River.
SPOKANE, Wash. – The Washington State University women's rowing team faced neighboring Gonzaga in dual action Saturday morning at the Head of the Spokane.
The Washington State women's rowing team will compete in its second and third regattas of the fall season.
The Washington State University women's rowing team put together a strong showing at the Head of the Pend Oreille, Saturday under cold and rainy conditions.
Washington State University women's rowing will travel to Priest River, Idaho to participate in the Head of the Pend Oreille Regatta Saturday, Sept. 28.
Washington State University rowers Jordan Watson, Mickey Aylard, Nicole Hare, and Morgan Cathrea brought home a combined three gold medals from the 2013 Canada Games.
All women interested in joining the Cougar rowing program can come to one of two meetings Aug. 20 and 21.
Washington State University rowers Ieva Adomaviciute (Lithuania), Mihaela-Teodora ‘Teo' Berindei (Romania) and Nicole Hare (Canada), participated in the 2013 World Rowing Under 23 Championships.
Washington State University rising-sophomore rower, Ieva Adomaviciute, finished seventh in the women's single sculls at the 2013 World University Games while representing Lithuania last week.
Former Washington State University rower, Lisa Roman, placed third, earning bronze, as part of the women's eight crew at the 2013 Samsung World Rowing Cup at Lucerne, Switzerland.
Washington State rowing rising-sophomore, Nicole Hare, has been named to Rowing Canada Aviron's 2013 Under-23 Team and will compete with the women's eight crew at the World Rowing U23 Championships.