WSU will face three Pac-12 schools this weekend.
A unique program is helping advance the abilities of Washington State University athletes, propelling them to compete at a high level in conference and national competition.
Seven current WSU rowers competed at the Canadian Rowing Championships this past weekend.
The Washington State University women's rowing team wrapped up the 2014 fall season with one win and two second-place finishes Sunday morning.
After a successful weekend in Spokane, the Washington State University women's rowing team will compete in the its final regatta of the fall season.
WSU faced Gonzaga in dual action.
The Washington State women's rowing team will compete in its second regatta of the fall season as they travel to Spokane, Wash. for the Head of the Spokane regatta, Saturday, Oct. 25.
Huhta served as a volunteer coach at WSU in 2009 and 2010.
The Washington State University women's rowing team opened up with its first regatta of the fall season, the Head of the Pend Oreille, Saturday afternoon under beautiful 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. 27.
Former Washington State University rower, Mollie McCabe, competed at the 2014 World University Rowing Championships, as her women's four crew was relegated to a 10th-place finish.
Former Washington State rowers, Lisa Roman, Daniela Nachazelova and Beth Rodford completed action at the 2014 World Rowing Championships, as Roman captured silver for Canada in the women's eight.