Clemson, S.C. — The Clemson rowing team will make its season debut on Saturday when it hosts the Carolina Cup, hitting the competition course for the first time in 364 days. The Tiger will compete against North Carolina and Duke in its 6th annual event.
Last season the Tigers earned its best point total at the event since 2017, tallying 87 points. Clemson’s most notable performance of the race came in the 2V4 where the Tigers clocked a 8:01.79 against a strong head current and slight wind. Additionally, each of its scoring boats finished in second place.
The first event on Saturday is set to begin at 2:30 p.m. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, home events will be limited to student-athletes, staff and official personnel only. Fans will not be permitted to attend.
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Kate Hadley (Cox), Rachel Twitty, Anna Luttrell, Lori Belanger, Cate Schrieber, Kaley Wojciechowski, Isabel Velasquez, Claudia Scherbin, Maura Chozick
Katie Herbolsheimer (Cox), Emily Ash, Elise Sum, Auburn Dantice, Megan McLean, Ikelle Iturbe, Karli Robinson, Alex Thull, Cate Smith
Christina Minyo (Cox), Katie Mirabella, Isabel Strinsky, Summer Ratley, Amelia Anglin, Gracie Collins, Alexis Holliday, Kaila Wallace, Emma Randolph
Julia Suplick (Cox), Bridet Kane, Jaysen Hall, Abby Dutton, Caroline Emerson
Sarah Adams (Cox), Pepper Kolman, Avery Howard, Amelia Rinehart, Emerey Sampson
Julia Walsh (Cox), Leah Truelove, Anna Warwick, Lauren Johnson, Avery Savoie
Salma Shalaan (Cox), Emalie Houk, Ellen Harcum, Caroline Leber, Maylin Lindsay
2:20 p.m. National Anthem
2:30 p.m. 3V8 race
2:42 p.m. 2V4 race
2:54 p.m. 1V4 race
3:06 p.m. 2V8 race
3:18 p.m. 1V8 race
3:30 p.m. Additional scrimmages
5:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony