CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard-Radcliffe lightweight crew will kick off its 43rd season of competition by racing Georgetown for the Class of 2004 Cup Saturday, March 25 on the Potomac River in the nation's capital.
8:30 a.m. – V8
9 a.m. – V4
Class of 2004 Cup
Radcliffe boasts a 9-2 lead all-time in the Class of 2004 Cup series, including wins in each of the last eight meetings. Last year on the Charles River, the Black and White swept the Hoyas on April 2, 2016.
Radcliffe placed second at the Eastern Sprints Championships and was third at the IRA National Championships.
The Hoyas, who are also opening their 2017 slate this weekend, are coming off a fifth-place finish at last year's Patriot League Championships. Stephen Full is in his second season as the head coach for Georgetown.
Dating back to April 21, 2012, Radcliffe has won 25 of 28 dual races.
In the Launch
In her second season at the helm, Radcliffe lightweights head coach Sarah Baker guided the Black and White to a 5-2 dual record last season, as well as a second-place finish at Easterns and a bronze medal at IRAs.
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Radcliffe will head home to race Bates College Sunday, April 2 at 8 a.m.