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Check out photos of UMass from the final day of competition at the 2015 NCAA Rowing Championships courtesy of Bob Solorio. More from the season-ending weekend of races is available through UMassAthletics.com.
The University of Massachusetts rowing program capped its 2015 spring slate with the final day of competition at the NCAA Championships Sunday, May 31. The Minutewomen took 18th in the Second Varsity 8+, 20th for the Varsity 8+ and 21st in the Varsity 4+. See highlights of the final races below:
More from the NCAA Championships weekend can be found via UMassAthletics.com.
Tatham averaged 5.3 points with 2.0 rebounds and as many steals per game during the victories over Poland and Great Britain as well as the loss to No. 3 internationally ranked Spain.
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The Canadian side continues its internationally friendly series with contests against Poland (June 3), Italy (June 4) and France (June 5).
The University of Massachusetts rowing program concludes its NCAA Championships slate with three races on Sunday, May 31. The Minutewomen earned a spot in the Second Varsity 8+ "C" finals at 1:15 p.m., while the Varsity 4+ (12:45 p.m.) and Varsity 8+ (1:25 p.m.) will partake in their respective "D" finals. Ways to follow along as the Maroon and White conclude their season in Gold River, Calif., follow:
More on the Minutewomen and the NCAA Championships is available at UMassAthletics.com.
UMass rowing completed three C/D semifinal races during the second day of competition at the 2015 NCAA Championships. Take a look at highlights of the events, including a second place by the Second Varsity 8+.
More on the NCAA Championships and UMass rowing can be found through UMassAthletics.com.
UMass rowing begins its second day of competition at the NCAA Championships with an 11:40 a.m. ET Varsity 8+ C/D semifinal race Saturday. Below are links for various ways to follow with the squad throughout Saturday's races.
More on the team and its NCAA Championships berth can be found through UMassAthletics.com.
UMass rowing participated in six races during day one of the NCAA Championships at the Sacramento State Aquatics Center in Gold River, Calif. The Minutewomen put their Varsity 8+, Second Varsity 8+ and Varsity 4+ through heats and the afternoon repechage races. Check out highlights of all six events.
UMass Rowing In The NCAA Championships Heats
UMass Rowing In The NCAA Championships Repechage Races
The UMass Sports Network caught up with rowing head coach Jim Dietz, junior Nicole Destefano and senior Heather Pekarovich to preview the team's appearance in the 2015 NCAA Championships. The Minutewomen begin competition at the Sacramento State Aquatics Center in Gold River, Calif., on Friday afternoon.
More on the UMass rowing team at the 2015 NCAA Championships is available at UMassAthletics.com.
The University of Massachusetts rowing program earned one of the 22 available bids for the 2015 NCAA Championships and begins competition at the Sacramento State Aquatics Center in Gold River, Calif., Friday afternoon. Daily Hampshire Gazette sports reporter Matt Vautour spoke with head coach Jim Dietz about the spring season that led to UMass' Atlantic 10 Championship and Dad Vail Regatta women's title and how the winter forced adjustments to the team's practice schedule.
More information on UMass at the 2015 NCAA Championships is available through UMassAthletics.com.