Aug. 9, 2012
Jacqueline Stein, a sophomore on the University of Minnesota rowing team, advanced to the finals in both the Senior Women's 8+ and Under 23 Women's 8+ events at the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in St. Catherines, Ontario. The coxswain, who is the first American Gopher to take part in the regatta, is competing with her club team, Penn A.C. Rowing Association.
In the Senior Women's 8+, Stein helped her team to a second-place finish in Heat A with a time of 6:48.36, with the top-three teams from each heat advancing to the Finals. Penn A.C. will race for the HIH President's Trophy Thursday afternoon at 4:24 p.m. CT.
Stein and Penn A.C. also placed second in their heat in the Under 23 Women's 8+ with a time of 6:50.58 and will compete for the Geoffrey Taylor Trophy Friday afternoon at 4:50 p.m. CT.
Gophers Finish Fall at Devil's Head
Minnesota rowers finish up their fall season this Saturday at the Devil’s Head Scrimmage in Baraboo, Wisconsin.
Gophers Finish 20th at Head of the Charles
Competing in the world's largest two-day regatta, the Minnesota rowing team earned a top-20 finish at the 51st Head of the Charles.
Gophers to Compete at Head of the Charles
The University of Minnesota rowing team is heading to their biggest competition of the fall as they travel to Boston, Mass. to race in the Head of the Charles.