WESTWOOD, Mass. – Sophia Spiliotopoulos (Arlington, Va.), Halley Glier (Shelburne, Mass.), Kayla Rich (Billerica, Mass.), Emily Ladda (Farmington, Conn.), Ella Scott (Hope Maine), and Wenlan Lawrence (Austin, Texas) of the Clark University women's rowing team were named to the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) 2018 NEWMAC Rowing Academic All-Conference Team. The NEWMAC rowing student-athletes totaled 57 honorees this year.
Worcester, Mass.—The Cark University women’s rowing team competed in the 2018 National Invitational Rowing Championship on Friday, May 11th at Lake Quinsigamond. The women competed with Ithaca, Tufts, Wellesley, RIT, Trinity, Rochester, Connecticut College, Skidmore, Bates, Hamilton, WPI, and William Smith.
Worcester, Mass.--The Clark University women's rowing team raced in the 2018 New England Rowing Championship on Saturday, May 5th at Lake Quinsigamond. The Cougars raced in the women's 2nd Varsity Four and the women's Varsity Eight.
The Clark University women's rowing team competed in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Championship on a beautiful Saturday morning at Donahue Rowing Center on Lake Quinsigamond. Following the race Halley Glier (helburne, Mass.) and Emily Ladda (Farmington, Conn.) were named to the 2018 NEWMAC All-Conference Second Team. The Blue of Wellesley College swept all four races to earn the Florence Jope Smith Cup and a trip to the NCAA Rowing Championships Memorial Day Weekend in Sarasota, FL. WPI earned silver across the board.
Worcester, Mass.--The Clark University Rowing team competed in the Varsity Eight Heat 2, the 2nd Varsity Eight Heat 2, the Varsity Eight Petite Final and the 2nd Varsity Eight Petite Final on Saturday morning on Lake Quinsigamond. There was a consistent cross tailwind at 10-15 mph that day. On Sunday they were back on the lack in the morning for the Varsity Eight and 2nd Varsity Eight with WPI, Tufts, William Smith, and Skidmore. Over the two days Clark competed with four of the top fifteen rowing programs in the country. WPI was awarded the Bernie Brown Cup on Sunday for the first time in four years.
Worcester, Mass.--The Clark University women's rowing team had a great outing on Lake Quinsigamond on a beautiful Saturday morning. The Clark Varsity 8 finished the race in 7:39.6 while the 2nd Varsity Eight wrapped up in 8:13.7.
Worcester, Mass.--The Clark University women's rowing team raced on Lake Quinsigamond on Sunday, April 8th. The great conditions translated into one of the best finishes of the season from the 2nd Varsity 8 boat (8:00.35). The Varsity 8 boat finished the petite final in 7:46.39.
Clark University Women’s rowing had a strong showing in the varsity eight event on Saturday at the Head of the Snake Regatta on Lake Quinsigamond. The two varsity eight line ups consisted of: Freya Pollock, Katie Meehan, Ella Scott, Emily Ladda, Jessica Martinez, Olivia Young, Jacqueline Pawlak, Niki Lew, and Cailyn Keely in the first V8 entry; Wenlan Lawrence, Grace Schiaffo, Holly Bauer, Mackenzie Satalino, Hannah Honig, Zoe Brammer, Lila Sorenson, Lia Scala, and Kayla Rich made up the 2nd V8 entry.
For the second year in a row, the Clark University Varsity Eight boat bested a boat they have never beaten before and the Cougars recorded a sixth place finish at the 2017 NEWMAC rowing championships on Saturday morning on Lake Quinsigamond.
Honorees must have met the following criteria: earned a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5/4.0 scale or 4.35/5.0 scale after the 2015 fall semester, achieved second year academic status at her institution, and been a member of the varsity team for the entire season.
The Clark University rowing program wrapped up one of their most impressive season in recent memory with their performance at the 2016 National Invitational Rowing Championships (NIRC) on Lake Quinsigamond on Sunday afternoon.
On what most might consider an ideal day for racing the Clark University rowing team continued its ascension into the elite realms of the New England rowing community, putting all three of its boats into the finals at the New England Rowing Championships on Saturday afternoon.
There is without question rapid improvement when you talk about the Clark University rowing program. That fact was evident by what took place on Sunday morning on Lake Quinsigamond where three of the four boats entered into action turned in second place finishes and the fourth entrant finished third.
For the second straight week, the Clark University Varsity Eight set a new school record, blazing their way to a time of 7:04.78 at the 2016 New England Women’s And Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) Rowing Championships on Lake Quinsigamond Saturday morning.