Monday, November 19

The varsity boat rows through Marina del Rey during a Monday morning practice.

Crew in control

In the 11th year of its program, the UCLA rowing team has reached a new zenith. Read more...

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The varsity boat rows through Marina del Rey during a Monday morning practice.

The varsity boat rows through Marina del Rey during a Monday morning practice.


After going winless last year, the club men's rowing team has won multiple races and placed third in the varsity eight at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships.
Courtesy of SCOTT CHARETTE

Despite hurdle of being a non-NCAA team, members of the UCLA men’s rowing club remain competitive with the best teams in the west

Sweat pours down their faces as the bite of the cool morning air stings their nostrils; they pant furiously, straining with all of their might to keep in harmony with the others. Read more...

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After going winless last year, the club men's rowing team has won multiple races and placed third in the varsity eight at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships.
Courtesy of SCOTT CHARETTE

After going winless last year, the club men's rowing team has won multiple races and placed third in the varsity eight at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships.
Courtesy of SCOTT CHARETTE



Rowing opens season with wins against Loyola Marymount and Long Beach Rowing Association

Coming off a year in which it earned a team spot at NCAA Championships for the very first time, the UCLA rowing team kicked off its 2011 season with four victories in four races. The Bruins swept three races against Loyola Marymount and one against Long Beach Rowing Association on Saturday morning in Marina Del Rey. Last season, the Bruins finished fifth in the Pac-10 and earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships, where they finished 12th overall as a team. Saturday's tune-up meet for UCLA comes in advance of a head-to-head matchup against San Diego State on Sunday in Marina Del Rey.
Compiled by Ryan Menezes, Bruin Sports senior staff. Read more...




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