Oct. 18, 2002
CLEMSON, SC – The Clemson rowing team will travel to Boston, MA to compete in the 38th – annual Head of the Charles Regatta. The races, held this Saturday and Sunday, make up the world’s largest two-day regatta. This year’s regatta will be comprised of 21 events with over 7000 participants, a new record for the Head of the Charles.
Tiger rowing’s varsity 8+ boat will compete in the Championship 8+ race. Clemson finished 20th out of 54 boats last year with a time of 17:07. This year, the Clemson rowing team will race against 44 teams. A complete listing of all the boats competing in Sunday’s race is listed below.
Race updates can be viewed from the Head of the Charles official website, www.hocr.org.
The Tigers will race again on November 2 at the Head of the Hooch in Gainesville, GA.
Teams Competing in the Championship 8+
Argonaut Rowing Club, Boston College Women’s Rowing, Boston University-Women, Brown University – Women, Clemson Universtiy – Women, Colby College – Women’s Crew, Colgate University Women, Columbia/Barnard Rowing, Cornell University -Women, Dartmouth Rowing Club, Duke University-Women, Fordham University, George Washington University-Women, Georgetown University Rowing Assn., Kansas State Univ. Women’s Rowing, London Training Center, McGill University, Northeastern University – Women, Ohio State Univ. Women’s Crew, Princeton University-Women, Radcliffe Crew, Rutgers University-Women, Southern Methodist Univ., Stanford University-Women, Syracuse University Varsity Rowing, U.S. Naval Academy-Women, UMass Amherst-Women, Univ. of California Berkeley, Univ. Of Cincinnati-Women, Univ. of Dayton Rowing, Univ. of Iowa-Women, Univ. of Miami, Univ. of Michigan-Women, Univ. of Minnesota Rowing, Univ. of New Hampshire – Women, Univ. of Pennsylvania – Women, Univ. of Tennessee – Women, Univ. Of Texas- Austin, Univ. of Tulsa – Women, Univ. of Virginia, Univ. of Wisconsin-Women, USRowing, Williams College Rowing Assn., Yale University Women’s Crew
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