GW Invitational Regatta 2014 had a first for GW’s Varsity 8 with their win of the Oliver T. Carr Trophy.
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Rowing teaches us how to succeed.
“Learning how to win: There’s something there. It’s taking everything in stride and building off our success to get us to the next race and the next level [of rowing].”
– Coach Eric Carcich
GW Women’s Rowing
The GW-Georgetown rivalry showed no signs of sweetening as Georgetown won the 2001 GW Invitational Crew Classic’s Gilbert H. Hood team point trophy.
In varsity events, Temple Men dominated the eights – ahead of Georgetown, Navy and University of Virginia. University of Virginia’s women – ranked 8th in the nation at the time – won their final.
The bright spot for GW during the 2001 regatta came from GW’s novice women who finished third in the finals.
Read the GW Hatchet article.
Can’t make it down to the Potomac to watch the races? Broadcast media means that is less of an issue. (Sunburn and rain jackets not included)
When it comes to the GW Invitational Regatta and rowing on the Potomac, “For our team, it’s our home court. We want to do well, and we want to defend it.”
-Coach Mark Davis
With the 2011 GW Invitational Regatta on the horizon, an explanation of what we do.