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Radcliffe Lightweight Crew Opens Season at No. 4 Georgetown

photo credit Zack Williamson
photo credit Zack Williamson

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – For the third consecutive season, the No. 5 Radcliffe lightweight crew team will open the spring season on the Potomac River in Washington D.C. against No. 4 Georgetown for the Class of 2004 Cup. The Black and White will look to take back the Cup after they Hoyas' two-year stint with the trophy. 

SCHEDULE
10 a.m. - 2V4+
10:20 a.m. - V2x
10:40 a.m. - V4+
11 a.m. - V8+ 

PROBABLE BOATINGS
2V4+ - Mary Kolesar (cox), Ana Watley (stroke), Jeanne Lauer (3), Zizi Kendall (2), Katie Dubinski (bow)
V2x - Molly Sacks (stroke), Molly Lesser (bow)
V4+ - Claire Burch (cox), Maggie Bartchy (stroke), Josephine Volk (3), Hannah McNeill (2), Julia Davis (bow)
V8+ - Juliet Pesner (cox), Olivia Farrar (stroke), Maria Boyle (7), Abigail Koerner (6), Brigid Kennedy (5), Tessa Buchan (4), Mackenzie Smith (3), Claire Albert (2), Gina Cusing (bow) 

CLASS OF 2004 CUP
Radcliffe boasts a 9-4 advantage in the all-time series against Georgetown. The Black and White won eight straight Class of 2004 Cups from 2009 – 2016, but the Hoyas have taken the cup the last two years, earning an 18 second win in last season's edition. 

IN THE POLLS
(USRowing Coaches Poll)
Week               Position
Preseason      5th 

UP NEXT
Radcliffe will return to Cambridge next weekend to host Princeton for the Class of 1999 Cup.

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