GW Men's Rowing Faces Georgetown & Rutgers on Saturday
Colonials, Hoyas and Scarlet Knights to Race in Series of Four Races
April 24, 2014
WASHINGTON - The George Washington men's rowing team will travel north to Princeton, N.J., to face Georgetown and Rutgers in a series of four races on Saturday on Lake Carnegie.
Racing begins at 1:00 p.m. with the 4V/2F. The 3V/1F launches at 1:20 p.m. followed by the JV8 at 1:40 p.m. and the Varsity 8 at 2:00 p.m.
GW has is coming off consecutive sweeps at both the George Washington Invitational (April 11-12) and the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association (SIRA) Championships (April 18-19) in which the Varsity 8, JV8 and Freshmen 8 have each gone undefeated.
The Colonials won the Oliver T. Carr Bowl for the first time in program history at the GW Invitational before claiming three gold medals at last weekend's SIRA Championships.
An annual series of racing late in the season, GW's Freshmen 8 took first place last season against Georgetown and Rutgers with the Varsity 8 and JV8 each taking third place.
1:00 PM - 4V/2F
1:20 PM - 3V/1F
1:40 PM - 2V8
2:00 PM - V8
Bow: Jordan Tewksbury-Volpe
2: Jonathan Ghaul
3: Scott Yanoff
4: Kasey Colander
5: James Stafford
6: Robert Feeney
7: Pat Lacey
Stroke: Trofym Anderson
Coxswain: Connor Barley
2nd Varsity 8
Bow: Devin Hisarli
2: Stuart King
3: Matt Palmer
4: Carter Law
5: Taylor Evans
6: Keenan Freyberg
7: Dan Henry
Stroke: Matthew Coughlin
Coxswain: Lauren Krinker
Bow: Thomas Garvis
2: Ross Burnaman
3: Brandt Bethke
4: Brendan Keegans
5: Calvin Hamilton
6: Max Reisser
7: Joe Gorman
Stroke: Alastair Watson
Coxswain: Ellee Watson
Bow: Matt Grieshaber
2: Nick Upton
3: David Sullivan
4: Gabriel Knisely
5: Jacob Coblentz
6: David Lincoln
7: Connor Barrett
Stroke: Kyle Sloat
Coxswain: Amanda Chatupron
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