The Minutewomen move their annual race with the Huskies to their spot on the Connecticut.
The Minutewomen will compete in the two day regatta on Saturday and Sunday.
The Minutewomen compete against the Crusaders annually in the spring.
The Minutewomen open their spring season at the annual event hosted by URI.
Women's rowing's Taryn Wilson and men's cross country's Antony Taylor were honored this week by the UMass Sports Luncheon Committee with this week's UMass Athlete of the Week award.
As a Sophomore in 2012-13: Fall 2012: Placed sixth in the collegiate 4+ with a time of 18:19.99 at the Head of the Housatonic (Oct. 6)...Finished second in the open 2X with a time of 17:43.6 at the Seven Sisters Sculling Race...Took seventh in the lightweight 4+ at the Head of the Charles (Oct. 21) with a time of 20:10.28...Took first in the open pair (14:21.34), first in the lightweight 8+ (13.36.92) and second in the open double (14:07.31) at the Head of the Fish (Oct. 27).
Before UMass: Rowed for Marietta College where she won a gold medal in the Varsity Eight at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference Championship...Won a gold in the Junior Varsity Eight at the Mid-Atlantic Rowing Conference Championships...Won gold in the Varsity Eight at the Dad Vail Regatta and took gold in the Junior Varsity Eight at the Knecht Cup...Competed in the NCAA Division Three Championships in 2011 and 2012.
Personal: Taryn Brier Wilson...Born August 4, 1992 to Mark Wilson and Jane Murphy...Has three siblings, Lucas, Kiefer, and Candace...Plans on double majoring in Communications and Journalism and minoring in Music.