October 2, 1998
CLEMSON, S.C. – The members of Clemson’s inaugural team were announced by head coach Susie Lueck at a press conference Thursday evening in Jervey Gym. This year’s rowing team is comprised of 46 athletes from 15 states. Twenty athletes from South Carolina have been named to the team. The Clemson rowing program will be operating without scholarships this season.
The Clemson oars were also unveiled at the press conference. The white oars contain an orange “Tiger Paw” logo on the blade.
“On behalf of the coaching staff and team, we look forward to starting the Tigers’ inaugural program and developing the Clemson Tigers into a national rowing powerhouse,” said Lueck at the press conference.
Clemson’s boats are scheduled to arrive later in October. Pocock, a Seattle-based company, has been working on the production of the boats since June. Pending the arrival of the boats and the completion of the boathouse, the Tigers’ first regatta is scheduled for October 31. Clemson will compete in the “Head of the Tennessee” competition in Knoxville to begin the nontraditional season.
The complete schedule and roster follow.
1998-99 Clemson Tentative Rowing Schedule*
Oct. 31, 1998 Head of the Tennessee Knoxville, TN Nov. 7-8, 1998 Head of the Hootch Gainesville, GA March 13, 1999 Tom White Regatta Oak Ridge, TN March 27-28, 1999 Clemson Sprints Clemson, SC April 10, 1999 ACC Championship Raleigh, NC April 17-18, 1999 SIRA Championships Oak Ridge, TN April 24, 1999 UNC Double Dual TBA May 7-8, 1999 Dad Vail Championships Philadelphia, PA May 9, 1999 Champion Coll. Championships TBA May 15, 1999 Central Regional Sprints Lexus Cup Oak Ridge, TN
* Tentative pending arrival of boats and completion of boathouse.
1998-99 CLEMSON ROWING ROSTER
ROWERSName Class Ht. HometownElena Arecco Sr. 5-4 Middletown, NYGretchen Bielmyer Grad. 5-5 Pendleton, SC Alyssa Bockius Fr. 5-7 Dover, DEMeridith Brand Sr. 5-5 Timonium, MDKim Brown Jr. 5-6 Summerville, SCNicole Collier Fr. 5-10 Atlanta, GAStacy Collins So. 5-6 Charleston, SCWhitney Cox Fr. 5-7 Woodruff, SCLucy Doolittle Fr. 5-10 Mauldin, SCNicole Eble Jr. 5-4 The Woodlands, TXNicole Elliot So. 5-7 Moore, SCFarrell Finstad Fr. 5-10 Yuba City, CAAimee Fox Fr. 5-7 Westbrook, MELauren Hayworth Fr. 5-10 Winston-Salem, NC Denise Hein Jr. 5-8 Simpsonville, SCLauren Henne Jr. 5-8 Hilton Head, SCTiffany Hunter Jr. 5-10 Winston-Salem, NC Dawn Jackson So. 5-5 Ellicott City, MDCourtney Johnson Fr. 5-9 Sarasota, FLJaimee Kamnik Fr. 5-8 Hatboro, PAChristina Lindsey So. 5-4 Columbia, SCMegan Marsick Jr. 5-5 Springfield, VAEmily Mayhew Fr. 5-8 Dunwoody, GASusan McClary Fr. 5-7 Simpsonville, SCMegan McGuirt Fr. 5-11 Shreveport, LAErin Mickey So. 5-5 Hudson, OHSharon Miller Jr. 5-8 Erdenheim, PALisa Mischley Fr. 5-5 San Mateo, CATenley Palisin So. 5-9 Berea, OHMelissa Privette So. 5-7 Rock Hill, SCHeidi Robillard Fr. 5-6 Blythewood, SCJen Rowe So. 5-9 York, PALisa Sherman Fr. 5-9 Marietta, GALaura Slice Sr. 5-5 Florence, SCKatherine Sloan Fr. 5-11 Blue Ridge, GALauren Solymos Jr. 5-4 York, PAAmanda Specht Jr. 5-4 Martinez, GAHeather VanSomeren Fr. 6-3 Simpsonville, SC Cara Viverito Jr. 5-5 North Augusta, SC
COXSWAINS Name Class Ht. Hometown Gail Cadorniga So. 5-2 Piedmont, SC Allison Cartee Fr. 5-1 Vestavia, TN Lisa Christopher Fr. 5-2 Goose Creek, SC Julie Dillon Sr. 5-7 Florence, SC Lynn Hall Fr. 5-5 Greer, SC Jacki Leichty Fr. 5-7 Iron Station, NC Allyson Reaves Fr. 5-2 Hilton Head, SC
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