Women’s Rowing Continues Fall Slate at Head of The American
CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State women's rowing team travels to the Head of the American hosted by the Sacramento State Aquatic Center on Lake Natotma this Saturday in Gold River, Calif.
The Beavs return to the Head of the American for the first time since opening the 2019 Fall schedule on Lake Natotma, where the varsity B V4+ boat finished with a time of 20:00.4 to take third, while the second varsity A 4+ finished in fifth place with a time of 20:31.7.
OSU is set to launch three 8+s, four varsity 4+s and five pairs for 12 boats total hitting the water for the Beavers against California, Chico State, Loyola Marymount, Orange Coast College, Sacramento State, Saint Mary's, San Diego, UC Davis, and UCLA on Saturday.
Last time out, the Oregon State women's rowing team put four boats in the top five to open the Fall schedule at the Head of the Spokane on Oct. 15, including The A varsity 4+ crew of Giulia Clerici, Rhianna Loughnan, Torree Hawken, Megan Lautner and Anna Michie taking second out of 13 boats with a time of 19:16 for the runner-up finish.
The Beavs are excited to gain more race experience against competitor crews from all over the West coast as they take on the Head of the American tomorrow.
For fans wanting to follow the action, live race results are available by clicking HERE or following the Beavs on social media @BeaverWRowing.
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