No. 9 Brown
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 11 Radcliffe heavyweight crew will face Ivy League rival No. 9 Brown Sunday afternoon (April 2) on the Seekonk River in Providence, Rhode Island.
The race was originally slated for Saturday, April 1 but was postponed due to the impending winter storm.
1 p.m. – 3V8+ and 4V8+
1:15 p.m. – 1V8+
1:30 p.m. – 2V8+
1:45 p.m. – A4+
2 p.m. – B4+ and C4+
Varsity Eight: Katherine Paglione (coxswain), Hannah Osborn (stroke), Georgia Wheeler (7), Desi Goodwin (6), Sofia Donnecke (5), Teresa Rokos (4), Corinne Bozzini (3), Rafaela Stalph (2), Tori Basedow (bow)
Second Varsity Eight: Katie Felsheim (coxswain), Bella Benduski (stroke), Erica Holmes (7), Grace Eysenbach (6), Kelsey Barolak (5), Heidi Nocka (4), Sophia Young (3), Abba Parker (2), Zabie Elmgren (bow)
Third Varsity Eight+A: Catherine O'Donnell (coxswain), Elizabeth Ashford (stroke), Liz Kemp (7), Catherine Joyce (6), Georgia Seidel (5), Rachel Milam (4), Emma Orcutt (3), Maria Splaine (2), Jill Scyocurka (bow)
Third Varsity Eight+B: Claire Burch (coxswain), Jeanne Olivier (stroke), Molly Moore (7), Eloise Ackman (6), Bella Gomez (5), Erin Ozturk (4), Varsha Varman (3), Cameron Decker (2), Mackenzi Curtin (bow)
Radcliffe swept the Eastern Sprints titles and finished fourth at the Ivy League Championships.
Scouting No. 9 Brown
Last weekend, the Bears placed second against No. 8 Princeton and No. 17 Michigan State. Brown is coming off a successful 2016 campaign where the team won the Ivy League championship and earned a sixth-place finish at the NCAS Championships. Radcliffe is seeking its first dual victory over the Bears since 2005.
In The Polls
Radcliffe opened the season receiving votes in the CRCA/USRowing Coaches Preseason Poll. The Black and White moved up to No. 11 this week. California remains atop the poll, followed by Ohio State, Michigan, Washington and Yale.
In the Launch
In her 31st season of guiding the Harvard-Radcliffe heavyweight crews in 2016-17, head coach Liz O'Leary owns a 201-106 career dual record with 16 appearances in the NCAA Championship, including the 2003 title and a 2005 bronze medal finish.
Ivy League Digital Network
The Ivy League Digital Network returns for a fourth season as the home for all live streaming and on-demand video content for each of the conference's eight institutions. Broadcast in full HD and featuring a live score bug and play-by-play and color commentary, the Ivy League Digital Network provides fans with unprecedented access to the Ancient Eight.
Multiple subscription options are available to fans, including school-specific and league-wide passes. To learn more about the Ivy League Digital Network or to sign-up today, click here.
Radcliffe will host No. 8 Princeton and Cornell Saturday, April 8. The races will be shown live on the Ivy League Digital Network.