Rowing has competed in two events so far, and will be back in action on March 31 at the Barry Dual. The team is defending their title as conference champion and has won the conference four of the last five years.
Lauren Boudreau, junior biology major, is one of three co-captains on the rowing team, and the president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. She started rowing in middle school, and, at the time, she would not have predicted that she would still be rowing today.
Kelly said, “[It’s] very mental. A lot of sports are mental, but it’s one of the most unique sports in the way that you can’t be selfish. It’s such a group, team effort, and you have to all pull together and trust each other. It’s like a family.”
On March 25-26, the women’s rowing team won six races to complete the second weekend of the Division II Duals and start their season at 12-2. The first weekend, March 18-19, the team won six of eight races, only losing to Columbia University.
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