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Re: Rowing 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 24, 2017 4:20 am

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Photos & Recap: No. 1 nationally ranked Bates women's rowing sweeps 21st Presidents Cup vs Colby, Bowdoin http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0423xxnxfl … #mesports
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Photos & Recap: Bates men's rowing puts on a dominant display in 21st Presidents Cup on the Androscoggin http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0423ydwf66 … #mesports
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Re: Rowing 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 24, 2017 4:58 am

Video: College rowing: Bates sweeps races, claims President's Cup


...The Bobcats held off the Polar Bears' boats and Colby in what was the closest race of the day. Most of Bates' wins Sunday were by more than 15 seconds, but in this race the Bobcats beat Bowdoin's top boat by only 6.06 seconds (7:17.17 to 7:23.23).

Bates led most of the race, but didn't fully pull away until the final 1,000 meters of the 2,000-meter course.

"I think that it was a really wonderful race," senior Erik Divan, the bow of the Bobcats' varsity four and varsity eight boats, said. "From the moment we got off the line, it was a great start, solid body, and a really strong finish.

"It's about a seven-minute race in a four, so we're pretty tired now. But they had a really good race, particularly Bowdoin's 1V … and it was a real treat to tee up against them."

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Re: Rowing 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 27, 2017 4:50 am

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Bates women's rowing is the unanimous No. 1 in @usrowing poll! Bates crews at home Sunday vs. Middlebury & UNH http://www.row2k.com/polls/index.cfm?ca ... g%20Shells
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Re: Rowing 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 27, 2017 4:53 am

COLBY: WOMEN'S CREW BREAKS INTO TOP 10 OF DIVISION III POLL

WATERVILLE, Maine -- The Colby College women's crew is a top 10 team in the country after moving up two spots in the latest Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Division III poll.

The Mules moved up from 12th to 10th in the rankings after beating then 10th-ranked William Smith on Saturday in racing at Worcester, Mass.

Colby will be racing this Saturday on Messalonskee Lake at 10 a.m. against the University of New Hampshire and the University of Vermont. The event was scheduled to be at New Hampshire, but has been switched to home races for the Mules. Racing should end around 1:30 p.m.

Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Division III Poll
1. Bates
2. Wesleyan
3. Tufts
4. Williams
5. Ithaca
6. Wells
7. Pacific Lutheran
8. RIT
9. WPI
10. Colby
11. Hamilton
12. William Smith
13. Washington College
14. Lewis & Clark
15. Bryn Mawr
Receiving votes: Franklin & Marshall, Puget Sound, Trinity, Rochester, Smith, St. Lawrence, Mount Holyoke.
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Re: Rowing 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 30, 2017 3:06 am

COLBY MEN'S VARSITY 8 CREW BEATS UNH, UVM

SIDNEY, Maine -- The Colby College men's varsity 8 won by more than nine seconds over the University New Hampshire and the University of Vermont in racing on Messalonskee Lake on Saturday.

The Mules had a time of 6 minutes, 12.12 seconds to defeat runner-up UNH (6:21.50) and Vermont (6:23.95).

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

Colby's second varsity 8 also won in 6:13.76 over UNH (6:28.0) and the third Colby varsity 8 (6:28.63).

The second boat featured Allyson Redhunt (coxswain), Jake Abbe-Schneider (8), Roger Stone (7), Ben Swift (6), Christian Papadellis (5), Robbi Melvin (4), Henry Holtzer (3), Makoto Kinoshita (2), and Christopher Marcello (1).

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 Sam Subbukumar (1) rowed in the third boat.

The men's varsity 4 boat placed first in 7:32.50 and was followed by UVM (7:42.98) and UNH (7:47.82).

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Re: Rowing 2017:

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COLBY: WOMEN'S VARSITY 8 CREW SECOND IN HOME MEET

SIDNEY, Maine -- The Colby College women's varsity 8 placed second in racing against the University of New Hampshire and University of Vermont in a home meet on Messalonskee Lake on Saturday.

UNH won the race in 7:03.56 and was followed in by the Mules (7:08.79) and Vermont (7:23.15).

Susannah Donoho (coxswain), Elli Mapstone (8), Eliza Mushinski (7), Libby Huber (6), Emily Muller (5), Katelyn Hamilton (4), Sophia Bartels (3), Ellie Krossa (2), and Bobbi Alman (1) rowed for the Mules.

Colby's second varsity 8 boat of Riley Karp (coxswain), Katy Donchik (8), Lydia Larson (7), Alexandria Lucas (6), Ling MacLean (5), Amanda Deming (4), Annie Byrnes (3), Helen Watson (2), and Maddie Andrews (1) were winners in 7:00.64. UNH was second in 7:03.13 and UVM took third with a 7:25.58.

The third varsity 8 boat for Colby took second place in 7:18.44 to UNH (7:10.87) while Vermont (7:30.65) was third. Anita Guaman (coxswain), Caroline Stetson-Dibble (8), Lucy Weaver (7), Alessandra Grossman (6), Lilly Watson (5), Kate Burke (4), Helen Carroll (3), Alison Obstler (2), and Charlotte Jones (1) rowed for the Mules.

The novice 8 boat for the Mules took second place in 8:23.56, beating UVM (8:49.55) and falling to UNH (8:10.10). Eleanor Parker (coxswain), Monica Colmenares (8), Anya Parauda (7), Andie Velazquez (6), Kate Blauer (5), Anna McClean (4), Sarah Rossien (3), Emily Visco (2), and Seltzer (1) competed for the Mules.

Karp (coxswain), Zoe Daniel (4), Anna Ramsey (3), Emilie Ginn (2), and Sammy Attia (1) took second place in the novice 4 race in 8:37.75. UNH won in 7:59.43 and Vermont was third in 9:02.63.
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Re: Rowing 2017:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Apr 30, 2017 3:12 am

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Men's rowing defeats NESCAC foe Williams in all three races in Worcester.

Recap: http://athletics.bates.edu/sports/rowin ... 0429wt6r7a … #mesports
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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon May 01, 2017 4:26 am

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Photos of UNE M&W Rowing in 1st ever home rowing meet on the Saco. #UniversityofNewEngland #SacoRiver #UNERowing http://ow.ly/uhwz30bjp1q
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