Members of UCLA rowing move swiftly across the water. The Bruins finished in seventh place out of seven teams at this year’s Pac-12 championships in Lowell, Oregon. (Myka Fromm/Daily Bruin)
Lessons overrode losses at the Pac-12 championships.
“We had a lot of quality wins against opponents from around the country,” said coach Previn Chandraratna. “Ultimately, we need to see more consistency and put it all together on the most important days.”
UCLA rowing’s (1-1) return to Dexter Lake in Lowell, Oregon, didn’t fare as well as its performance there two weeks prior, as the Bruins registered a seventh-place finish out of seven teams at the Pac-12 championships Sunday morning.
After multiple top-three finishes in the Dexter Lake Invitational, the Bruins will head towards the postseason with a polished mindset.
“It’s going to be important for us to keep the mentality that we have for this race and just go right off the start,” said senior port Ellen Ulitsky.
Peaks and valleys have littered the Bruins’ season, but through it all, their camaraderie held strong.
And on Senior Day, it resulted in a win.
UCLA rowing (1-1) bested Loyola Marymount for the third year in a row Saturday at the UCLA Boathouse in Marina Del Rey.
For the first time this season, the Bruins will bring the regatta to their Boathouse.
Following a two-week intermission since the last time Bruin boats hit the water, UCLA rowing (0-1) will host Loyola Marymount at the UCLA Boathouse on Saturday.
The blue and gold saw a regatta of peaks and valleys this weekend at the Big Ten Invitational.
With all four boats making their appearance in the water, UCLA rowing (0-1) raced in the Big Ten Invitational in Sarasota, Florida on Saturday and Sunday.
The Bruins are relying on drive and new speed to carry them through their first Big Ten competition since before 2003.
UCLA rowing (0-1) is set to compete in the Big Ten Invitational this weekend at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida.
This post was updated April 4 at 9:57 p.m.
The Bruins’ novice eight crew showed up for the rest of the team back home.
Freshman port Emma McDonald said the crew had learned from attending the regatta against USC on March 11, but the novice boat wanted to set a precedent this weekend.
Despite a loss to their crosstown rival to kick off the season, the Bruins are focusing on camaraderie to turn their season around.
UCLA rowing (0-1) took on USC (1-0) in a dual regatta at the Port of Los Angeles on Saturday morning.
After landing last overall in the 2022 Pac-12 Championships, a fresh season commences for the Bruins with a new face at the helm.
In its first matchup of the season, UCLA rowing is slated to take on crosstown rival USC at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro, California.
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