Three UW Rowers, Two Coaches to Represent U.S. at U-23 Worlds

July 13, 2005

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Three University of Washington rowers and two Husky coaches will represent the United States at the upcoming 2005 World Rowing Under-23 Championships, USRowing announced Wednesday.

The U.S. will send a men's four, lightweight men's four, women's four, women's double sculls and men's quadruple sculls to compete July 22-24 at the championships in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Washington women's head coach Eleanor McElvaine will direct the U.S. women's four while Husky men's freshman coach Michael Callahan will supervise the men's quadruple sculls.

Scott Gault (Piedmont, Calif.) and Kyle Larson (Mt. Vernon, Wash.), who completed their collegiate crew careers in June, will row in the U.S. men's four.

Another former Husky, Megan Kalmoe (St. Croix Falls, Wis.) competes in the women's four.


Men's Four
Name Affiliation
Scott Gault, University of Washington
Alex Hearne, Princeton University
Brodie Buckland, Harvard University
Kyle Larson, University of Washington
Greg Hughes, Princeton University

Lightweight Men's Four

Name Affiliation
Will Daly, Boston University
Max Litt, Cornell University
Jake Goodman, Rutgers University
William Vuillet, United States Naval Academy
Mike Zimmer, Columbia University

Women's Four
Name Affiliation
Stesha Carle, University of Michigan
Erin Cafaro, University of California
Megan Kalmoe, University of Washington
Catherine Starr, Brown University
Eleanor McElvaine, University of Washington

Women's Double Sculls
Name Affiliation
Deborah Dryer, Brown University
Brett Sickler, University of Michigan
Matt Madigan, Potomac Boat Club

Men's Quadruple Sculls
Name Affiliation
Pier DeRoo, Princeton University
Adam Kosmicki, Harvard University
Glenn Ochal, Princeton University
Dustin Carle, Northeastern University
Mike Callahan, University of Washington

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