Category: Rowing

Rowing team travels to last race

For the final race before Conference USA Championships, the Alabama rowing team will travel to Bloomington, Ind., to compete in the Dale England Cup on Friday. At the regatta, the team will face opponents from Indiana University, Notre Dame and Rhode Island. The Crimson Tide will enter the match coming off what coach Larry Davis called a positive showing in […]

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Rowing team readies for Knecht Cup

Coming off three wins against SMU and Eastern Michigan, the University of Alabama rowing team will compete this weekend in the Knecht Cup Regatta in New Jersey. Alabama coach Larry Davis said the regatta will give the team a chance to assess its position going into next month’s championship. “One of the reasons we have it on our schedule is […]

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Rowing team returns home

Coming off several wins in California, the Alabama rowing team has made adjustments to prepare for this weekend’s regatta. The Crimson Tide will have the home advantage against SMU and Eastern Michigan on Saturday for its first home regatta of the spring season. Although Alabama coach Larry Davis said he is content with the team’s wins in California, he is […]

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Rowing team heads west

Rowing team heads west

The Alabama rowing team continues its spring schedule in Sacramento, Calif., this weekend, a markedly different setting than the Southeast, which has been home to the last three events for the Crimson Tide. Much of head coach Larry Davis’ motivation to take the Crimson Tide to California has to do with the race site and its significance for NCAA competition. […]

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Scrimmage helps Tide prepare for invitational race

After its season opener against Michigan State, the University of Alabama rowing team will be heading to Tennessee to compete in the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational. (See also “Rowing team to face Michigan State“) Hosted by No. 20 Louisville, Alabama has competed in the race for the past three years. As the first true race of the season, coach Larry […]

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