Monday, June 17

Despite a second-place finish in the varsity four, the UCLA women’s rowing team finished less than three seconds behind third-place California in the varsity eight to finish fourth overall at the Pac-12 championships.

Rowing finishes fourth in the Pac-12

After 1,500 meters of UCLA’s final race at the Pac-12 championships last weekend, the varsity eight found itself sandwiched in fourth, one boat length behind third-place Cal and two seconds ahead of fifth-place Stanford. Read more...

Photo: Despite a second-place finish in the varsity four, the UCLA women’s rowing team finished less than three seconds behind third-place California in the varsity eight to finish fourth overall at the Pac-12 championships.

Despite a second-place finish in the varsity four, the UCLA women’s rowing team finished less than three seconds behind third-place California in the varsity eight to finish fourth overall at the Pac-12 championships.

Although the rowing team is relatively confident it will receive at least an at-large NCAA bid, this weekend’s Pac-12 championships offer the opportunity to secure its spot with a conference win.

Crew of Bruins seek to stroke past rivals

Two weeks ago, UCLA suffered a close loss to undefeated USC, which the Bruins will try to bounce back from when they compete for the Pac-12 title this weekend. Read more...

Photo: Although the rowing team is relatively confident it will receive at least an at-large NCAA bid, this weekend’s Pac-12 championships offer the opportunity to secure its spot with a conference win.

Although the rowing team is relatively confident it will receive at least an at-large NCAA bid, this weekend’s Pac-12 championships offer the opportunity to secure its spot with a conference win.

The process of refining the UCLA women’s rowing team includes “seat races” in which athletes compete against each other for spots in various races and boats.

UCLA women’s rowing team uses seat racing to gain an edge

Handing her oar off to a teammate, junior Samantha Upton lifted herself out of her boat, over the murky saltwater of Marina del Rey and into the newly vacated seat in the boat floating next to her – in the process sliding past the teammate moving into Upton’s old seat. Read more...

Photo: The process of refining the UCLA women’s rowing team includes “seat races” in which athletes compete against each other for spots in various races and boats.

The process of refining the UCLA women’s rowing team includes “seat races” in which athletes compete against each other for spots in various races and boats.

UCLA rowing’s varsity eight boat lost to USC by 2.5 seconds, a marked improvement from April’s Crew Classic in San Diego, in which UCLA lost to USC by nearly five seconds in the varsity eight.

UCLA rowing pulls closer in races against USC

Although the Bruins lost their dual with crosstown rival USC on Saturday, they kept their margins tighter than they did a month ago. Read more...

Photo: UCLA rowing’s varsity eight boat lost to USC by 2.5 seconds, a marked improvement from April’s Crew Classic in San Diego, in which UCLA lost to USC by nearly five seconds in the varsity eight.

UCLA rowing’s varsity eight boat lost to USC by 2.5 seconds, a marked improvement from April’s Crew Classic in San Diego, in which UCLA lost to USC by nearly five seconds in the varsity eight.

When UCLA faces undefeated USC in a one-on-one competition this weekend, the Bruins will aim to take down the Trojans in the four-person boat races, which were a close call the last time the teams met.

UCLA rowing to face USC in heated race

Unlike the large regattas that have defined most of the spring, this weekend UCLA women’s rowing will compete against only one team – USC. Read more...

Photo: When UCLA faces undefeated USC in a one-on-one competition this weekend, the Bruins will aim to take down the Trojans in the four-person boat races, which were a close call the last time the teams met.

When UCLA faces undefeated USC in a one-on-one competition this weekend, the Bruins will aim to take down the Trojans in the four-person boat races, which were a close call the last time the teams met.




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