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Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Mon Apr 03, 2017 2:39 am
by Tom Nolette
BatesSports‏ @BatesSports
No. 2 women's rowing goes toe-to-toe with Harvard-Radcliffe lightweights.

Recap: http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0402yenldz

Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 4:15 am
by Tom Nolette
BatesSports‏ @BatesSports
Men's rowing holds their own on Charles River against Harvard lightweights and Boston College.

Recap: http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0403l7hz8f

Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2017 2:56 am
by Tom Nolette
BatesSports‏ @BatesSports
ROWING: @BatesCollege women are tied at the No. 1 spot in today's @usrowing @NCAADIII poll: http://bit.ly/2nax8cY #mesports #GoBates
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Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2017 4:05 am
by Tom Nolette
COLBY: WOMEN'S VARSITY 8 BOAT FOURTH IN RACING

WORCESTER, Mass. -- The Colby College women's varsity 8 placed fourth of five boats, but was about two seconds out of second place in 2,000-meter racing Saturday.

The Mules had a time of 7 minutes, 5.68 seconds behind Susannah Donoho (coxswain), Elli Mapstone (8), Eliza Mushinski (7), Libby Huber (6), Emily Muller (5), Katelyn Hamilton (4), Sophia Bartels (3), Helen Watson (2), and Bobbi Alman (1).

The crew of Riley Karp (coxswain), Katy Donchik (8), Lydia Larson (7), Alexandra Lucas (6), Ling MacLean (5), Amanda Deming (4), Annie Byrnes (3), Alison Obstler (2), and Maddie Andrews (1) placed third out of five boats in the women's second varsity 8.

The women's third varsity 8 placed third with Anita Guaman (coxswain), Alessandra Grossman (8), Lucy Weaver (7), Kate Burke (6), Lilly Watson (5), Emily Visco (4), Helen Carroll (3), Zoe Daniel (2), and Charlotte Jones (1).

Women's varsity 8
1. Wesleyan, 6:54.8
2. Hamilton, 7:03.17
3. WPI, 7:04.07
4. Colby, 7:05.68
5. Smith, 7:11.63
Women's second varsity 8
1. Wesleyan, 7:05.59
2. WPI, 7:09.33
3. Colby, 7:31.15
4. Hamilton, 7:36.84
5. Smith, 7:45.33
Women's third varsity 8
1. Wesleyan, 7:34.62
2. WPI, 7:42.16
3. Colby, 7:58.56

Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2017 4:06 am
by Tom Nolette
COLBY:

WORCESTER, Mass. -- The Colby College men's varsity 8 placed third out of five crews in racing over 2,000 meters on Saturday.

The Mules had a time of 6 minutes, 13.42 seconds in an 18-mile per hour cross tail wind. Colby finished ahead of University of Massachusetts and Hamilton College. WPI won the race in 6:02.48 and Wesleyan University was second in 6:05.41.

Rowers in the varsity 8 were: Lily Wain (coxswain), Abraham Hill (8 spot), Ethan Ashley (7), Liam Rex (6), Luke Yasuda (5), Fred Bower (4), Bix Komita Moussa (3), Jeff Endler (2), and Dan Spellman (1).

The men's second varsity 8 of Allyson Redhunt (coxswain), Makoto Kinoshita (8), Jake Abbe-Schneider (7), Roger Stone (6), Christian Papadellis (5), Ben Swift (4), Henry Holtzer (3), Robbi Melvin (2), and Christopher Marcello (1) finished in fourth place in 6:28.74.

The third varsity 8 boat had a time of 6:43.63 behind the rowing of Tomotaka Cho (coxswain), Michael Stone (8), Seamus Mulcahy (7), Connor Smith (6), William Sideri (5), John Olson (4), John Coffman (3), Parker Sikora (2), and Tim Harris (1).

Men's Varsity 8
1. WPI, 6:02.48
2. Wesleyan, 6:05.41
3. Colby, 6:13.42
4. UMass, 6:14.57
5. Hamilton, 6:14.87
Men's Second Varsity 8
1. WPI, 6:15.96
2. Wesleyan, 6:20.96
3. UMass, 6:27.25
4. Colby, 6:28.74
Men's Third Varsity 8
1. WPI, 6:27.5
2. Wesleyan, 6:41.17
3. Colby, 6:43.63

Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 2:51 am
by Tom Nolette
BatesSports‏ @BatesSports
No. 1 women's rowing takes down No. 4 Wellesley, No. 9 WPI and No. 13 Trinity.

Recap: http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0409u6u1ft … #mesports

Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 2:52 am
by Tom Nolette
BatesSports‏ @BatesSports
Men's rowing wins two races against WPI.

Recap: http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0409topzex … #mesports

Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Sun Apr 16, 2017 5:20 am
by Tom Nolette
BatesSports‏ @BatesSports
Men's rowing outraces NESCAC foes Wesleyan and Tufts at Tufts University Crew Races.

RECAP: http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0415qy9q0i … #mesports

Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Sun Apr 16, 2017 5:21 am
by Tom Nolette
BatesSports‏ @BatesSports
Top three boats for No. 1 women's rowing go undefeated at Tufts University Crew Races.

RECAP: http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0415pnia3s … #mesports

Re: Rowing 2017:

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 2:35 am
by Tom Nolette
COLBY: NO 12 WOMEN'S CREW DEFEATS NO. 10 WILLIAM SMITH

WORCESTER, Mass. -- The 12th-ranked Colby College women's crew defeated 10th-ranked William Smith and took third overall out of five teams on Saturday on Lake Quinsigamond.

Ithaca, ranked fifth nationally, won the women's varsity 8 race in 6:40.31, while ninth-ranked WPI was second in 6:50.43. University of New Hampshire placed third (6:56.14). The Mules came in at 6:57.13, just ahead of William Smith (6:57.64). Trinity, ranked 14th, was last in 7:21.24.

Racing in the Cotter boat for Colby were Susannah Donoho (coxswain), Ellie Mapstone (8), Eliza Mushinski (7), Libby Huber (6), Emily Muller (5), Katelyn Hamilton (4), Sophia Bartels (3), Ellie Krossa (2), and Bobbi Alman (1).

The second varsity 8 boat of Riley Karp (coxswain), Katy Donchik (8), Lydia Larson (7), Helen Watson (6), Ling MacLean (5), Amanda Deming (4), Annie Byrnes (3), Alexandria Lucas (2), and Maddie Andews (1) placed third out of five boats and had a time of 7:07.11. Ithaca took first in 6:59.57 and WPI was runner up at 7:06.24. The Mules beat UNH, William Smith, and Connecticut College.

The rowers in the third varsity 8 placed fourth out of six boats in 7:30.39. Anita Guaman (coxswain), Caroline Stetson-Dibble (8), Lucy Weaver (7), Alessandra Grossman (6), Lily Watson (5), Alison Obstler (4), Helen Carroll (3), Andie Velazquez (2), and Charlotte Jones raced for the Mules.

The Mules had a fourth varsity 8 boat take third in 8:01.02 out of three boats. Eleanor Parker (coxswain), Monica Colmenares (8), Anya Parauda (7), Kate Burke (6), Kate Blauer (5), Emily Visco (4), Sarah Rossien (3), Anna McClean (2), and Seltzer (1) rode for the Mules.