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  • College roundup: Navy rowers selected for U.S. team trials

    College roundup: Navy rowers selected for U.S. team trials
    NAVY ROWING: The Midshipmen will have four of their top student-athletes competing past the IRA National Championships in late May as Luke Aleksandravicius, Julian Hagberg, Brandon Karpf and Tim Tracey have all accepted invitations to the U.S. Men's...
  • College roundup: DeWeirdt earns rowing honors at William Smith

     College roundup: DeWeirdt earns rowing honors at William Smith
    New Trier graduate Caroline DeWeirdt pulled in two awards for her performance on the William Smith College rowing team. The athletic department at the Geneva, New York, college honored its student-athletes at the Heron Awards Banquet on April 22....
  • Orlando native will try to row solo across Pacific Ocean

    Half her lifetime ago, Sonya Baumstein approached a table at Winter Park High School, intrigued by a sport she knew little about. It was her freshman year, and the people at that table were trying to convince her to try rowing. "They told me it was...
  • AP Interview: Pollution could delay Olympic rowing regattas

    The head of rowing's governing body says races at next year's Olympics could be delayed because of severe water pollution at the venue. In an interview with The Associated Press, World Rowing Federation executive director Matt Smith said events may be...
  • 4 Girls On E.O. Smith Crew Team Hurt In Coventry Lake Crash

    COVENTRY — Four girls on the crew team at Edwin O. Smith High School in Storrs were hospitalized Sunday afternoon after a Sea-Doo watercraft crashed into their 56-foot rowing shell on Coventry Lake. Environmental conservation police were called...
  • Orlando native Sonya Baumstein will try to row solo across Pacific Ocean

    Orlando native Sonya Baumstein will try to row solo across Pacific Ocean
    Half her lifetime ago, Sonya Baumstein approached a table at Winter Park High School, intrigued by a sport she knew little about. It was her freshman year, and the people at that table were trying to convince her to try rowing. "They told me it was...
  • Newport rowing team hopes to cruise to regional youth title

    Having played a variety of sports throughout her childhood, 16-year-old Kendall Fearnley considers herself an avid sportswoman. However, the sophomore at Edison High School in Huntington Beach said she hadn't grown attached to any one sport. That...
  • Location doesn't matter as Parkland takes two from Emmaus

    Location doesn't matter as Parkland takes two from Emmaus
    The Parkland softball team took a bus, not a boat, to get from Patriots Park back to its home field in South Whitehall Township on Wednesday night for the nightcap of a rare Eastern Pennsylvania Conference doubleheader. But the way Madi Marshall...
  • College Roundup: Navy baseball splits with Army, secures regular-season title

    College Roundup: Navy baseball splits with Army, secures regular-season title
    NAVY WOMEN'S TENNIS: No. 2 Boston University (14-7) won the 2015 Patriot League Women's Tennis Championship with a 4-0 win over Navy (20-7) on Sunday afternoon at the Sportsplex at Turning Stone. Boston U. has won back-to-back Patriot League titles and...
  • College Roundup: Navy sweeps Army in baseball

    College Roundup: Navy sweeps Army in baseball
    NAVY BASEBALL: The Mids earned an important doubleheader sweep of Army West Point on Saturday. Navy (31-16, 12-6 PL) defeated the Black Knights (19-22, 5-13 PL) twice to take the final star of 2015 Army-Navy series, as well as keep pace with Holy Cross...
  • College Roundup: Navy women's lacrosse gets time switch for quarterfinal

    College Roundup: Navy women's lacrosse gets time switch for quarterfinal
    NAVY WOMEN'S LACROSSE: Tuesday's Patriot League women's lacrosse quarterfinal between No. 3 Navy and No. 6 Holy Cross at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium will start at 5 p.m. The game initially been scheduled for 7 p.m. If Navy (12-4, 6-2 in the...