Kristin Haraldsdottir's blog
The Princeton open women had a strong showing at the Girls and Women in Sports Day at Jadwin Gym last Sunday. The Department of Athletics sponsored an event for youngsters in the community to come try and learn about the many different sports offered at Princeton. The event was in support of the nationwide effort to teach younger generations about the value of sports.
It's here! Here is the schedule for this upcoming year for the women's crew:
October 23-24: Head of the Charles Regatta
October 31: Princeton Chase
March 26- Brown and Michigan State @ Home
April 2 – Rutgers @ Rutgers
April 9- Harvard and Cornell @ Harvard
April 16- Yale and Ohio State @ Yale
April 23- Dartmouth and Penn @ Dartmouth
April 30- University of Tennessee and Columbia @ Home
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The schedule for this upcoming weekend's racing has been finalized, we hope to see you there!
Princeton vs. Tennessee
10:15 - Cox meeting
11:15- Varsity four B
11:30- Varsity four A
11:45- 2V (w/ Princeton 3V8)
The openweight women's racing schedule for this coming Saturday has been finalized. Hope to see you at the finish line!
10:00 AM - Varsity 4+ B
10:15 AM - Third Varsity 8+
10:30 AM - Varsity 4+ A
10:45 AM- Second Varsity 8+
11:00 AM- First Varsity 8+
The racing schedule for the upcoming weekend's racing with Yale and Virginia has been updated. We look forward to seeing everyone at the finish line, supporting our crews for an exciting day!
Princeton Open Women vs. Yale & Virginia (The Eisenberg Cup & Black and Brown Cup)
8:00 AM - Coxswain Meeting
9:00 AM - Varsity 4+ B
9:20 AM - Third Varsity
9:40 AM - Varsity 4+ A
10:00 AM - Second Varsity
10:20 AM - First Varsity
The Princeton women's program is off to a great start in the 2010 spring racing season, and it's hard to think of a time when women's rowing was not taken for granted. After the racing with Columbia and Rutgers came to a close last Saturday, the Princeton boathouse received a visit from a member of the first ever Princeton women's crew.
Cox – Alden Zecha ’87 *87
Str – Carolyn Mehaffey ‘86
With the fall racing season over and time on the water quickly running out, it is time to look forward to the spring, and the racing in store for all crews! During the intercession following winter finals in January, all crews will pack up their unis and boats and head down to Austin, TX for a week-long training trip on Lady Bird Lake. The women will fit in 12-14 practices while in the Texan sun, though the temperature can drop into the 30s during the early morning hours!