Head coach Linda Muri has announced the 2016-17 Dartmouth Women's rowing awards at the team's annual end-of-year banquet.
The Dartmouth College Department of Athletics and Recreation hosted its annual Celebration of Athletic Excellence on Tuesday evening on Memorial Field.
Dartmouth women's rowing competed at the 2017 Ivy League Women's Rowing Championship on Cooper River Sunday afternoon. Princeton claimed the Ivy title after winning the first varsity by almost four seconds.
Dartmouth women's rowing will head to Camden, New Jersey, for the 2017 Ivy League Women's Rowing Championship on Sunday. The Big Green will look to improve on their sixth-place finish at last year's event.
Dartmouth women's rowing concluded its busy weekend on Lake Quinsigamond on Sunday, finishing in fourth place at the 2017 Sprints with 94 points. All six of the Big Green's boats made it to the Grand Finals.
In its final race of the regular season, the Dartmouth women's rowing team claimed the Parents' Cup at the Cayuga Inlet on Saturday, defeating Cornell for the first time since 2014.
Dartmouth women's rowing raced on the Connecticut River for the first and only time this season, facing No. 7 Princeton at the Class of 1984 Plaque on Saturday. The Tigers won all six races.
This weekend, two of Dartmouth's rowing programs will race at home for the first and only time this season.
On a clear day with good racing conditions, Dartmouth women's rowing faced No. 15 Radcliffe and No. 17 Syracuse at the O'Leary Cup.
Dartmouth women's rowing competed in the Class of 1985 Cup against host Yale and Penn, which was a guest in the race. The Bulldogs walked away with the win by virtue of their victory in the varsity eight.
Dartmouth women's rowing opened its spring campaign at the annual Doc Hosea Invitational on Sunday. The event – which featured Dartmouth, Syracuse, Penn, Northeastern, Boston University, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Navy, UMass and Rutgers – honored Tim Hosea, MD, who served for many years as the USRowing team doctor and passed away unexpectedly in 2015.
Sophomore Rebecca Conway won the Under-23 event at the C.R.A.S.H.-B. Sprints World Indoor Rowing Championships this past weekend.