No. 11 Women of Troy Look to Take the Charles River by Storm

April 23, 2009

No. 11 USC will travel across the country to test themselves and compete against top-ranked talent in the third annual Charles River Challenge on Saturday (April 25).

USC has had some time to prepare for these races, with their last competition having been on April 4 and 5 at the San Diego Crew Classic, where the open eight boat took first.

Starting things off at 8:24 a.m., the varsity eight will battle Boston University and Tennessee from the number four lane.

Up next, at 9:12 a.m., the second varsity eight will race Tennessee and Boston University out of lane four.

The varsity four will race at 10 a.m. against Tennessee, Boston University A and Boston University B squads. USC will race from lane number two.

Beginning the evening session, USC's second varsity eight will row at 5:48 p.m. against Radcliffe and Virginia, with USC starting in lane two.

At 6:24 p.m. the varsity eight will take to the water against Radcliffe and Virginia, coming out of lane four.

Rounding out the Charles River Challenge, USC's varsity four will face Radcliffe and Virginia from lane two.

The lineups for the boats are as follows:

Varsity EightCox Lisa Sabalvaro

8 Iskra Angelova

7 Liene Bertasjus

6 Ivana Filipovic

5 Magdalena Bloch

4 Anna Wierzbowska

3 Magdalena Madziewicz

2 Maria Wilgotsson

1 Ewa Tymoszewska

Second Varsity EightCox Lisa Kolstad/Dionne Licudine

8 Robin Hextrum

7 Andrea Vehovec

6 Carin Andersson

5 Nana Gagatsovi

4 Gabriela Zarate-DeMacedo

3 Magdalena Janicka

2 Anna Janicka

1 Cassie Richardson

Varsity FourCox Dionne Licudine

4. Anna Specjalska

3. Ewelina Nowak

2. Lenka Vrecnikova

1. Kinga Mikolajczyk

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