Rowing Concludes the Fall at Cal
ORINDA, Calif. – The Washington State rowing team concluded its 2021 fall schedule on Saturday, Oct. 30, as the Cougars headed down to the Briones Reservoir in California to row against the Golden Bears. No team score was kept.
The Cougs capped off the fall by getting several rowers out on the Briones Reservoir portion of the San Francisco Bay to row against Cal in multiple events. Both are coming off an NCAA Rowing Championship appearance last season.
"It was a great day of training and racing down here in California," said Washington State rowing head coach Jane LaRiviere. "It was good for the team to compete against a top-caliber team like Cal. We had a good mix of student-athletes on the water today and it was an awesome way to cap-off the Fall season. I want to thank Al and the coaching staff at Cal for hosting us. It was our first time rowing at the Briones Reservoir, and it did not disappoint. Now, back to Pullman and we will shift the focus to Spring season."
Washington State will return to competition in late March. Check back with WSUCougars.com for more details on the 2022 WSU rowing spring schedule.
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