Colonials to take on pair of teams on the Seekonk River
The Colonials won all six races on their home course this weekend
Colonials to face No. 2 Harvard and No. 10 Cornell in series of races on Saturday
Colonials prepare for competitive spring season
2016-17 Season: Rowed bow seat of the third varsity eight that placed sixth in the second-level final at the Eastern Sprints Regatta (5:56.464) to finish 12th overall...at the IRA Regatta, the boat placed third in the third-level final (5:57.447) for a national ranking of 15th...IRA All-Academic Team.
Summer 2016: Stroked the second varsity four that raced the Visitors' Challenge Cup at the 2016 Henley Royal Regatta in Henley-on-Thames, England, GW's first appearance in the international regatta
2015-16 Season: Stroked the second varsity eight that placed second in the third-level at the Eastern Sprints Regatta (5:57.147) to finish 14th overall. Stroked the first varsity eight that placed sixth in the third-level final for a national ranking of 18th.
2014-15 Season: Stroked the second varsity eight that placed third in the third-level final at the IRA Regatta (5:54.049) for a final national ranking of 15th.
High School/Club: Captain of Sarasota Crew in 2013 and 2014 under Casey Galvanek and Caitlynn Crouch ...five-time Florida State Champion...sat five seat of National Champion Men's Youth Eight in 2013...Men's Youth Eight earned silver in 2012 and bronze in 2014...placed second in Youth Four at 2013 Head of the Charles Regatta.
Personal: Born Maddux Jay Castle on 05/04/1996... son of Jennifer and Jay Castle... one sister, Lillian, and one brother, Jaager, who played baseball at UCF... attended Pine View School...enjoys reading and naps... intended major is International Affairs with a History minor.
Rowing to Host 30th GW Invitational on Friday and Saturday
WASHINGTON – GW’s men’s and women’s rowing programs will compete for the first time this spring on their home course this weekend...
Men's Rowing Races Harvard and Cornell in Spring Debut
BOSTON – The George Washington men’s rowing team put up an impressive fight in its spring debut against No. 2 Harvard and No. 10 Cornell on...
Men’s Rowing Heads to Boston for Spring Debut
WASHINGTON – The George Washington men’s rowing team will hit the water for its spring debut on Saturday when it lines up against No. 2 Harvard...
Men’s Rowing Opens Season with Scrimmage
PRINCETON, N.J. – The George Washington men’s rowing team hit the water for the first time this season with a scrimmage at Princeton with...
GW Rowing Prepares to Host George Washington Invitational
WASHINGTON – The George Washington men’s and women’s rowing programs will host the 29th George Washington Invitational, the largest...
Alvarino, Braun Named Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars of the Year
George Washington’s John Alvarino (Men’s Rowing) and Noah McKinnie Braun (Men’s Water Polo) were honored Thursday as Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports...
Alumnus Aquil Abdullah ('96) Sits Down With US Rowing
I started rowing on a whim. The truth is that I was planning on playing football in college but needed a spring sport to stay in shape. In my senior year at ...
Colonials Abroad: James Hawthorne
GW Men’s rowing junior James Hawthorne is spending the fall semester abroad in Paris, France, studying European politics. Although he originally...