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No. 15 Radcliffe Heavyweight Crew Heads to Saratoga Springs to Take on No. 17 Syracuse, Dartmouth

No. 15 Radcliffe Heavyweight Crew Heads to Saratoga Springs to Take on No. 17 Syracuse, Dartmouth

Opponent
Date

Venue
Start Time

No. 17 Syracuse, Dartmouth
Saturday, April 15
Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
8 a.m.



CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The No. 15 Radcliffe heavyweight crew is back in action this weekend, as the Black and White travels to Saratoga Springs, New York to take on No. 17 Syracuse and Dartmouth Saturday, April 15.

Radcliffe enters the weekend with a record of 1-4, while the Orange sit 0-0 and the Big Green is 0-2.

This weekend's events will not be streamed.

Schedule
8 a.m. -- V8+
8:20 a.m. -- 2V8+
8:40 a.m. -- V4A
9 a.m. -- V4B
9:20 a.m. -- 3V8+
9:40 a.m. -- V4C

Boatings
Varsity Eight: Katherine Paglione (coxswain), Georgia Wheeler (stroke), Rafaela Stalph (7), Hannah Osborn (6), Sofia Donnecke (5), Heidi Nocka (4), Corinne Bozzini (3), Desi Goodwin (2), Tori Basedow (bow) 

Second Varsity Eight: Helen Eisenach (coxswain), Grace Eysenbach (stroke), Zabie Elmgren (7), Steph Eble (6), Kelsey Barolak (5), Teresa Rokos (4), Erica Holmes (3), Bella Benduski (2), Sophia Young (bow)

Varsity Four A: Katie Felsheim (coxswain), Abba Parker (stroke), Elizabeth Roe (3), Hailey Novis (2), Mirabel Levine (bow) 

Varsity Four B: Jenny Li (coxswain), Catherine Joyce (stroke), Katherine Playfair (3), Sarah Tisdall (2), Kathleen Malloch (bow)

Third Varsity Eight: Catherine O'Donnell (coxswain), Elizabeth Ashford (stroke), Liz Kemp (7), Charlotte Medway (6), Emma Orcutt (5), Rachel Milam (4), Maeve Hoffstot (3), Maria Splaine (2), Jill Scyocurka (bow)

Varsity Four C: Lisa Chille (coxswain), Jeanne Olivier (stroke), Bella Gomez (3), Mackenzi Curtin (2), Molly Moore (bow)

Last Year
Radcliffe swept the Eastern Sprints titles and finished fourth at the Ivy League Championships. 

Scouting No. 17 Syracuse
The Orange last competed at the Doc Hosea Invite April 2, as the team won four of five events. Syracuse, which claimed the Kittle Cup and Orange Challenge Cup, earned victories in the first, second and third varsity eight races, as well as the second varsity four event. Justin Moore is in his seventh season as head coach.

Scouting Dartmouth
The Big Green took fourth in the first varsity four event at the Doc Hosea Invitational April 2. Last week, Dartmouth finished third to Yale and Penn in a meet held on the Housatonic River in Derby, Connecticut. The Big Green is coached by Linda Muri, who served as an assistant coach of Harvard's men's lightweight program for 13 seasons. Muri is in her third year in Hanover.

In The Polls
Radcliffe stands at No. 15 in the CRCA/USRowing Coaches Preseason Poll. Washington sits atop the poll, followed by California, Michigan, Ohio State and Texas.



Week



Position

March 16
March 28
April 5
April 11

ARV
11 
14
15

In the Launch
In her 31st season of guiding the Harvard-Radcliffe heavyweight crews, head coach Liz O'Leary owns a 202-107 career dual record with 16 appearances in the NCAA Championship, including the 2003 title and a 2005 bronze medal finish. 

Ivy League Digital Network
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Up Next
Radcliffe will host No. 8 Yale and No. 13 Southern California on the Charles River Saturday, April 22. The Black and White will also welcome No. 16 Michigan State and Boston College the following day Sunday, April 23. The events will be streamed live on the Ivy League Digital Network.

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS