The team will race three times in two days over the course of the event.
Logemann promoted to assistant coach.
The event will take place Sunday in Indianapolis, Ind.
Teresa Logemann enters her third season as an assistant coach for the women's rowing team in 2014-15. She serves as the Golden Gophers' assistant varsity coach.
Logemann was Minnesota's graduate assistant during the 2011-12 rowing season, just a year after concluding her senior season as the Gophers' team captain. Logemann competed for the Minnesota rowing team from 2008-11, earning the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award in 2011 and Academic All-Big Ten honors three-straight years.
"Coming to the University of Minnesota five years ago, I could have never imagined in my wildest dreams that I would be in this position," Logemann said. "I am grateful to the people who have given me the complete experience in Golden Gopher athletics. I am excited to grow, serve and share with the athletes as they have their own positive and meaningful student-athlete experience."
In the summer of 2011, Logemann was the head rowing club coach at the YMCA of the Rock River Valley in Rockford, Ill.
Logemann graduated from Minnesota in 2011 with a degree in architecture with a minor in French studies and she is currently pursuing her Master's of Education in applied kinesiology-sport management at Minnesota. Logemann is a USRowing Level III Certified Rowing Coach.
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Gophers Compete in Boston
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