Heavyweight Rowing - Archives 2015-16
In its final tune-up before championship season, the No. 12 Dartmouth heavyweight rowing team faced No. 8 Cornell and No. 10 Penn on the Cayuga Lake Inlet Saturday. The host Big Red won the Madeira Cup and the James Wrap Memorial Trophy.
No. 10 Dartmouth heavyweight rowing raced on the Connecticut River for the last time this season, taking on No. 11 Syracuse for the Packard Cup.
No. 10 Dartmouth heavyweight rowing raced against No. 6 Brown for the Atalanta Cup on the Seekonk River on Saturday. The Bears won all four races to retain the cup.
The No. 10 Dartmouth heavyweight rowing team rowed in the Bill Cup on the Connecticut River Saturday against No. 7 Boston University and Rutgers.
No. 11 Dartmouth heavyweight rowing competed against No. 1 Yale on Saturday.
The Big Green's 10th-ranked heavyweight rowing opened its 2016 spring racing campaign with a clean sweep of four races against No. 13 Columbia, MIT and Holy Cross on Saturday morning.
Dartmouth heavyweight rowing head coach Wyatt Allen has been selected to coach the U.S. Under 23 men's team that will compete at the 2016 World Rowing Junior, Under 23 and Senior Championships.
Heavyweight rowing hosted its lone event of the fall, the Green Monster, on a chilly Sunday afternoon, entering two boats in the event.
After opening the season last weekend at the Head of the Charles with a fourth place finish in the Club 4+, Dartmouth heavyweight rowing returned to the water on Sunday at the Princeton Chase.
Dartmouth's heavyweight rowing team opened the 2015-16 season at the 51st Head of the Charles Regatta, competing on both Saturday and Sunday.
Stuart Maeder, a 2015 graduate and two-time team captain for the heavyweight rowing team, will serve the program as an assistant coach for the 2015-16 season, head coach Wyatt Allen announced