Emory University Crew

Weekend Recap – 10/12

On Saturday at the Chattanooga Head Race, the novices saw their hard week of training pay off, with the novice women's 4+ and second novice men's 8+ medaling. The alumni 4+ of Eric Rusiecki '12C, Joey Krakowiak '10C, Matt Lenert '12C, and Alex Dermody-McKeen '12C...

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Head of the Charles Information

The varsity men have received two bids for the Head of the Charles, October 19-20, in Boston, MA. Club 4+ and Collegiate 4+. The largest head race in the world, the Head of the Charles is surely one of the most exciting regattas and the...

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Fall Schedule Announced

The team is poised to start off the season strong with the traditional 5,000 meter head races. For the first time ever, the novice squads will be joining the varsity at the Tail of the Tiger in Clemson, SC. Bids have been submitted for the...

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Fall Season Quickly Approaching!

The 2013 Fall Season is coming up fast, with a new incoming freshman class arriving to Emory, and novice rowers eager to make the jump to their respective varsity squads! Look out for the Emory Crew table at Late Night at the WoodPec and the...

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Spring Season!

Emory Crew is excited for the upcoming season as we finish up winter training and begin looking to the future. With an army of experienced coaches ready to help and a group of hardworking rowers we are looking forward to our first 'regatta' erg...

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Volunteer Day with Trees Atlanta

Though the water practices may have been put on hold until February, early Saturday morning practices certainly were not. The team was not to be meeting in the WoodPec, however – they were in for a more unorthodox type of “practice”. After a brisk...

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Scrimmage at Lake Lanier

One week after the Annual Head of the Pumpkin, the team traveled to Lake Lanier to meet up with Georgia Tech and UNC. Former varsity women's head head coach Micah boyd was on had as the new UNC novice men's coach as teams readied...

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Head of the Charles

The Head of the Charles boats this year experienced both good and bad on the infamous course. The Varsity Women brought an 8+ to the course, full of freshman and sophomore rowers, headed up by co-captain, president, and senior Gabby Arondel. Despite a...

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