The second week of racing was an improvement over last week and was definitely a learning experience for the team.
The 1V and 2V women competed in a round robin with racing Tufts and Trinity while the men's 1V had a round robin racing against Tufts and Williams. The 2V and 3V men added a fourth boat there races so they had a match races in the morning and the winners (and loser) matching up in the second race.
Our day of racing started with the men's 3V. As 4/c Brennan Suffern noted, "Coming off of a bad start on the first race against Williams, we put in a lot of intensity and pressure, and carried the lessons learned into the second race." Co-captain 2/c Marissa Marsh continued with the learning theme saying, " We have a lot of new talent... Our races this weekend put us one step closer to building 2 strong eights for the championship season."
One of the most exciting races of the day was the men's 2V - according to tri-captain 1/c Stephen Bruno, they launched, "An early and long sprint that took us from a boat length down to a close finish against Tufts 2V." Tri-captain 1/c Andrew Niedbala said "The potential is there, it's just getting in the habit of delivering it on race day."
May 4, 2019 Good Day of Racing for Bears at NE Championships
April 6, 2019 Bears Compete at Tufts
March 1, 2019 Women's Rowing Ranked 12th in National Preseason Poll
October 27, 2018 Bears Compete at Head of Schuylkill
October 22, 2018 Busy Weekend for Bears at Head of Charles
October 13, 2018 Bears Compete at Hadley Chase
October 6, 2018 Bears Enjoy Successful Day at Head of the Housatonic