Andrew Zackman recapped UMass rowing's participation in the Head of the Charles Regatta for the Daily Collegian
, highlighting the success of the lightweight four boat, which took second place at the prestigious race that hosts thousands of competitors over the two-day event.
The Massachusetts rowing team had the unique opportunity to race in
the Head of the Charles Regatta this past weekend in Boston, competing
in the world's largest two-day race which hosts over 9,000 competitors
and more than 300,000 fans.
The Minutewomen had five boats race in both days of the regatta and
had much better results in this year's race than last year, according to
UMass coach Jim Dietz.
This year, the lightweight fours boat comprised of coxswain Emily
Hajjar, Allanah Rubi-Mooney, Nicole Juul-Hindsgaul Emily Mann and Taryn
Wilson finished in second place with a time of 19:59:851. That was over
10 seconds better than last year's time of 20:10:281, which put them in
The full story can be found on the Daily Collegian website. More information on UMass rowing is available through UMassAthletics.com.