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ROW: Weekend Schedule

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APRIL 1

INDIANA at Dale England Cup, All Day [1]

APRIL 2

INDIANA at Dale England Cup, All Day [1]

IOWA at San Diego Crew Classic, All Day

MICHIGAN vs. Clemson/Virginia, All Day [2]

MICHIGAN STATE at Dale England Cup, All Day [1]

WISCONSIN at San Diego Crew Classic, All Day

APRIL 3

IOWA at San Diego Crew Classic, All Day

Virginia/Clemson at OHIO STATE, All Day

WISCONSIN at San Diego Crew Classic, All Day

 

[1] -- Bloomington, Ind.

[2] -- Columbus, Ohio

The Indiana first varsity eight boat claimed this week's Boat of the Week honor after defeating Notre Dame, Purdue and Eastern Michigan last weekend at the Indiana Invitational on Eagle Creek Reservoir in Indianapolis, Ind. The Hoosier boat of Shifumi Terasaka, Asja Zero, Karlijn Keijzer, Elisabeth Kleipool, Rachel Anderson, Cara Donley, Kathryn Laine, Jaclyn Riedel and coxswain Alex Burkle steadily increased its lead throughout the 2,000-meter race. At the finish, Indiana won in a time of 6:28.0, a second ahead of Notre Dame, which finished second in 6:29.0.

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ROW: Weekend Schedule

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MARCH 26

IOWA vs. MINNESOTA, All Day

MICHIGAN at OHIO STATE, All Day

MICHIGAN STATE at Eastern Michigan, All Day

MARCH 27

INDIANA at Indiana Invitational, All Day

Minnesota's Second Varsity Eight claimed the first Big Ten Boat of the Week honor of the 2011 season after competing against No. 16 Tennessee on Saturday on Melton Hill Lake in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Earning the win was coxswain Sara Baldvins, Christine Beauparlant, Ellen Hughes, Leah Rogotzke, Kathryn Switalski, Ali Haws, Katrina Pichelli, Kate Ladell, and Maddy Bourgeois in a first-place time of 6:15.10.

 

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ROW: National Rankings

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Four Big Ten rowing squads were ranked in the first USRowing/Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Division I Coaches Poll of the season. Michigan State leads the conference contingent at No. 8 while defending Big Ten Champion Wisconsin comes in at No. 10. Michigan follows closely behind at No. 11, while Ohio State rounds out the conference at the No. 13 spot.

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Former Ohio State rower Margot Shumway helped the U.S. women's quadruple scull crew to a fifth-place finish Friday at the 2010 World Rowing Championships in Karapiro, New Zealand. The U.S. Team finished in 7:20.82, only 1.01 seconds behind fourth-place Australia. Shumway was a rowing letterwinner for the Buckeyes in 2001 and 2002.

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ROW:Former Badger rower wins age group at Ironman Wisconsin

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Former Wisconsin women's openweight coxswain Claire Geiger finished the 2010 Ironman Wisconsin with a total time of 11:22:53 to win the women's 18-24 age category. Having been one of UW's team co-captains during the 2008-09 season, Geiger's time was good for 40th among all women in the race.

 

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Michigan State rower Laura Cowal recently was selected to the Canadian U-23 National Team that will compete in Belarus this summer. She will compete with the U-23 eight team and updates msuspartans.com with her training thus far.
Michigan State rower Laura Cowal recently was selected to the Canadian U-23 National Team that will compete in Belarus this summer. She will compete with the U-23 eight team and updates msuspartans.com with her training thus far.
Big Ten Athlete of the Year Emily Regan is training with US Rowing this summer with the hopes of earning a spot on the US U-23 national team that will compete in Belarus in August. She checks in with msuspartans.com to give her reactions to the first two weeks of workouts with the national squad.
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