The Minutewomen compete against the Crusaders annually in the spring.
The Minutewomen open their spring season at the annual event hosted by URI.
This will be the last race of the fall season for the varsity members of the rowing team.
The Minutewomen will host the Seven Sisters Sculling Race and the novice Pumpkin Head Regattta.
The UMass rowing team will head to Camden, N.J. for the annual Knecht Cup.
As a Junior in 2012-13: Fall 2012: Raced in the collegiate 4+ and the open 8+ at the Head of the Housatonic (October 6) and took 11th and 17th respectively...Took 11th in the open 1X at the Seven Sisters Sculling Race (October 13) with a time of 21:09.7... Raced in the club 8+ at the Head of the Charles Regatta (October 20) and finished in 16th in a field of 34 boats with a time of 18:36.39...Finished in second place in the junior varsity 8+ at the Head of the Fish (October 27) with a time of 12:39.64 and also raced in the open 2X and 1X and finished in 8th and 12th respectively.
As a Sophomore in 2011-12: Spring 2012: Competed in the Second Varsity Four at the Yankee Cup (March 31), which finished in first with a time of 8:37.55...Defeated UConn (April 6) with a time of 7:57.3 in the 2V4...Finished in second at Holy Cross (April 7) with a time of 8:15.04...Took fifth in the single competition at the Knecht Cup (April 15) with a time of 9:23.07...Took third in the 2V4 with a time of 8:38.5 against MIT and Buffalo (April 21).
As a Freshman in 2010-11: Spring 2011: Finished in fifth place in the Novice 8+ at the Dad Vail Regatta with a time of 7:31 ... Finished in second place in the Novice 4+ at the Knecht Cup ... Raced in the 2nd Varsity 8 at the Yankee Cup (March 26) and finished second with a time of 8:23.13.
Before UMass: Played volleyball, basketball and ran track at Lakeside High School, where she graduated in 2010 ... Made the first team all-conference in volleyball during her senior season and second team all-conference following her junior year ... Was named to the all-academic volleyball and basketball teams on several occasions ... Finished her basketball career at Lakeside after playing in 106 games while scoring 436 points and pulling down 480 rebounds.
Personal: Alexandra Elizabeth Daggy ... Born on January 6, 1992 to Aaron and Victoria Daggy ... Has one sibling, Tyler ... Intends to major in pre-med and biology.
Nov. 24, 2009
AMHERST, Mass. - UMass Head Rowing Coach Jim Dietz announced Tuesday that Alexandra Daggy has signed a National Letter of Intent with Massachusetts. Daggy will join the Minutewomen for the 2011 season as a freshman.
"After spending summers on Cape Cod, Alex is looking forward to coming back to Massachusetts for her undergraduate degree and to compete in Rowing," said UMass assistant coach Alex Binkowski." She is a fierce competitor, but is also willing to do the work necessary to succeed. The entire coaching staff looks forward to getting her out on the Connecticut River."
Daggy is currently enrolled at Lakeside High School in Nine Miles Falls, Wash. She has competed in basketball, volleyball, and track, earning letters in all three sports. Daggy was part of the Lakeside volleyball team that advanced to the Washington State Championships three times. She also had the fifth farthest discuss throw in the state during her junior year.
In the classroom, Daggy is a multiple Distinguished Scholastic Award Winner and was named to the Spring Academic All-Conference Second Team.