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Beavers Complete Busy Saturday at Dexter Lake

Apr 16, 2022

DEXTER, Ore. – The No. 18 Oregon State men's rowing team completed a busy day of rowing Saturday at Dexter Lake. The Beavers came up short in their dual with No. 10 Stanford, while also racing numerous other boats as part of the Collegiate Covered Bridge Regatta.

"The cliche equation of 'X in = X out' in terms of training, where what you put in during the off season comes out as boatspeed in the season is out of whack at the moment," said Oregon State head coach Gabe Winkler. "They have worked incredibly hard over the last eight months. I've seen them go to the well daily and improve all the time, always gunning for more. I believe in them and I believe that they are pretty fast. Stanford is also really fast. Such is life in the Pac-12. So, when you need more boatspeed, you need to go X+1.  That's what we will do for the second half of the season."
The Oregon State Varsity 8 placed behind Stanford, clocking in at 6:05.8. The JV8 also finished behind the Cardinal with a time of 6:17.1.
The Beavers' 3V8 finished third in a Varsity 8 race in the afternoon. The Oregon State Novice/Freshman 8 placed first in its race, beating out second-place Western Washington in that event.
Oregon State entered four boats in the Varsity 4, with three of them taking the top three spots in their heat. The victorious boat was the Oregon State A boat, which featured Cox Drew Riviello, Andrew Balsbaugh, Cal Labonski, Brian Tames and Colin Lindquist.
The Beavers will head to the East Coast on April 29 to face Cornell and Georgetown in their final event before hosting the Pac-12 Championships in May.
Varsity 8:
Stanford – 5:53.0
Oregon State – 6:05.8
Stanford – 6:07.9
Oregon State – 6:17.1
Washington State (V8) – 6:08.1
UC Davis (V8) – 6:13.1
Oregon State – 6:18.4
Western Washington (V8) – 6:36.8
Novice/Frosh 8:
Oregon State – 6:38.8
Western Washington A – 6:51.5
Washington State A – 6:59.1
Oregon – 7:11.5
Varsity 4 Race A:
Oregon State A – 6:53.4
Oregon State B – 7:03.5
Oregon State C – 7:06.9
Western Washington A – 7:26.6
UC Davis A – 7:33.5
UC Davis B – 7:37.3
Varsity 4 Race B:
Oregon State D – 7:47.9
Western Washington B – 8:09.6
Lewis & Clark – 8:11.1
Chico State – 8:50.8
Oregon State Lineups:
Varsity 8:
Cox: Ethan deBorja
8: Dylan Stengel
7: Ryan Ghalayini
6: Tristan Gavin
5: Cal Labonski
4: Jackson Mastrorilli
3: Ryan Coulter
2: Nils Patrick
1: Colin Lindquist
Cox: Drew Riviello
8: Andrew Balsbaugh
7: Philipp Seeger
6: Brian Tames
5: Nathan Purtzer
4: Tristin Vanderlind
3: Connor Aeschbach
2: William La Fond
1: Ben La Fond
Cox: Lidya Acar
8: Tanner Mathews
7: Aiden Susak
6: Isaac Connelly
5: Kai Geller
4: Matty Shepherd
3: Miles Cochran
2: Patrick McIntee
1: Landen Acosta
Varsity 4 #1:
Cox: Mateo Olmedo
4: Grant Hemingway
3: Ryan Ramsey
2: Christian Touhey
1: Samuel Silberstein
Varsity 4 #2:
Cox: Ethan deBorja
4: Nils Patrick
3: Ryan Ghalayini
2: Tristan Gavin
1: Ryan Coulter
Varsity 4 #3:
Cox: Drew Riviello
4: Andrew Balsbaugh
3: Cal Labonski
2: Brian Tames
1: Colin Lindquist
Varsity 4 #4:
Cox: Braeden Boehlecke
4: 2: William La Fond
3: Ben La Fond
2: Nathan Purtzer
1: Tristin Vanderlind
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