The Puget Sound women’s second varsity-eight won its race during the Northwest Conference Championship on American Lake Sunday morning, and the Logger men won the Rainier Cup in regattas hosted by Puget Sound.
It has been three years since Puget Sound won the inaugural Northwest Conference Rowing Championship, but the Loggers are poised the reclaim the title when they host the league championships on American Lake in Lakewood, Washington, Sunday, April 22.
Due to anticipated windy weather, the Covered Bridge Regatta in Eugene, Oregon, has been canceled. The Loggers' next races will be the in the Northwest Conference Championships, April 22. Puget Sound is hosting the event on American Lake.
Before she was winning races on American Lake with Puget Sound crew, Louisa Cryan was beating cancer in Seattle Children's Hospital. Puget Sound starts celebrating D3Week with the sophomore coxswain's story.
One week after sweeping Pacific Lutheran in the Meyer/Lamberth Cup, Puger Sound men’s and women’s crew make the short trip up I-5 for the Husky Open, Saturday, March 31, hosted by the University of Washington in Seattle.
Puget Sound men’s and women’s crew return to American Lake in Lakewood, Washington, for head-to-head races against Pacific Lutheran as part of the Meyer/Lamberth Cup, Saturday, March 24. The first race is scheduled for 9 a.m.
Puget Sound women’s crew won five races, and the men won three, as Puget Sound opened the 2018 spring season in convincing fashion during the Pacific Lutheran Invitational on American Lake Saturday morning.
Puget Sound women’s varsity-eight was victorious once again during the Charlie Brown Regatta hosted by Lewis & Clark on the Willamette River Saturday morning. It’s the second victory for the WV8 this fall (American Lake Fall Classic).
Puger Sound men’s rowing alum Alex Twist ’08 is competing in the World Rowing Championships for the second time in three years. Twist competed in the 2015 Championships in France. The 2017 Championships are this weekend in Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida.
Puget Sound earned 111 Northwest Conference Scholar-Athlete honors, the NWC announced Tuesday. Meghan Bacher '17 and Hans Fortune '17 both earned NWC First Team Scholar-Athlete nods. In order to qualify, NWC Scholar-Athletes must have a minimum 3.50 cumulative GPA.
The Puget Sound women's varsity-eight boat placed third in the petite final during the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association on Sunday, and women's second varsity-eight finished fourth in its finals race.
Puget Sound men's and women's crew head south for the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championshisp that begins on Saturday, April 29, and concludes on Sunday, April 30. The races are hosted by the Sacramento State Aquatic Center on Lake Natoma in Rancho Cordova, California.
Alexis Noren (women's basketball) was named Puget Sound's Most Outstadning Female Student-Athlete, and Hans Fortune earned Most Outstanding Male Student-Athlete during the Loggers' annual All-Sports Celelbration in Memorial Fieldhouse Tuesday night. University of Puget Sound president Isiaah Crawford presented the awards to both Noren and Fortune.