PRINCETON, N.J. - Former GW men's rowing student-athlete David Morgenstern '11 is one of 87 athletes who have been selected to row as a member of the United States National Team at the 2013 World Rowing Championships
Morgenstern will be rowing in the Lightweight Men's Eight (LM8+) event and represents Connecticut Community Rowing Inc.
Eighteen Olympians and four Paralympians are among the 87-person roster that will compete in 27 events during the World Rowing Championships.
Morgenstern rowed bow for the Colonials' Varsity 8 boat as a senior in 2011 and is the latest in an impressive list of current and former student-athletes who have logged service in international competition.
This summer alone has seen senior Kasey Colander row for the United States at the World University Games in Kazan, Russia, while classmate Trofym Anderson (Canada) and sophomore Jordan Tewksbury-Volpe (United States) each competed at the U-23 World Championships in Lithuania.
Sophomore Jordan Timmer kicks off the GW Volleyball Preseason blog series with a recap of day one's activities.
Freshman Tyler Ockleberry introduces herself and recaps day two of camp.
Be sure to follow @GW_Volleyball on Twitter for updates from camp and be on the lookout later today for the third installment of the video blog.
Nine George Washington baseball pitchers are currently competing in collegiate summer leagues around the country. After contributing to a memorable season for GW, each of these pitchers has carried the momentum to their respective summer teams.
The last days in Kazan were pretty hectic. Since we lost our pool matches, we were now playing for anywhere from ninth place to 12th. Our first match in the consolation was against Hong Kong, China. They play like a typical Asian team, with six defensive specialists on the court. It would be a tough game for us where we had to keep a cool head throughout the game.