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Virginia Wins Three Races at Rivanna Romp

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM Fiona Schlesinger (l) and Chandler Lally (r)
Fiona Schlesinger (l) and Chandler Lally (r)

Nov. 11, 2012

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EARLYSVILLE, Va.—The Virginia rowing program won three races at the Rivanna Romp, the final regatta of the fall season, Sunday morning (Nov. 11) at the Rivanna Reservoir in Earlysville, Va.

“It was a beautiful morning and a great day to close out our fall season,” head coach Kevin Sauer said. “I thought Columbia looked great out there today. Thanks to them, Louisville, Penn and Old Dominion for coming to Virginia to compete and good luck the rest in the spring!”

The Cavaliers started the morning off with a victory in the varsity eights. UVa’s top boat finished in 13:19, nine seconds ahead of Columbia (13:28). UVa’s second V8 claimed third in (13:47) and had additional boats place sixth (14:18) and 10th (14:43).

Virginia’s crews finished first in the novice eights in 14:40 and also placed fourth (15:32) and fifth (16:10).

UVa also claimed a victory in the fours in 14:45 and placed fourth (15:37), 13th (16:16), 15th (16:35) and 17th (16:40).

Virginia’s spring season begins March 9 with a scrimmage against Michigan State at Claytor Lake Stake Park in Dublin, Va.

Virginia Lineups

Varsity Eights A: Coxswain Sarah McGovern, Stroke: Kristine O’Brien, 7: Fiona Schlesinger, 6: Brandy Herald, 5: Susanne Grainger, 4: Chandler Lally, 3: Maggie Bowman-Jones, 2: Sarah Cowburn, Bow: Hemingway Benton

Varsity Eights B: Coxswain Molly Frear, Stroke: Maddie Hilbrant, 7: Elle Murray, 6: Lizzy Youngling, 5: Chelsea Adams, 4: Catherine Multari, 3: Nina Vascotto, 2: Betsy Nilan: Bow: Veronica Jones

Varsity Eights C: Coxswain Sarah Jordan, Stroke: Hannah Yoest: 7: Kaity McCullough, 6: Ann Reid, 5: Emily Pik, 4: Kristen Hickman, 3: Emily Crump, 2: Caroline Burke, Bow: Tessa Dikkers

Varsity Eights D: Coxswain Alissa Hornung, Stroke: Mary Nilan, 7: Erin Metcalf, 6: Lexie Katz, 5: Ellie Biddle, 4: Katie Hillson, 3: Ashley Hendrickson, 2: Paula Lewis, Bow: Anna Kobayashi

Novice Eights A: Coxswain Devin Rothwell, Stroke: Chelsea Adams, 7: Tessa Dikkers, 6: Nina Vascotto, 5: Ellie Biddle, 4: Kathryn Cook, 3: Allie Donini, 2: Chandler Rosenberg, Bow: Anastasia Asher

Novice Eights B: Coxswain Chloe Sykes, Stroke: Sarah Ianni, 7: Claire Cundiff, 6: Caroline Whittinghill, 5: Grace Glover, 4: Hart Clements, 3: Jennifer Reid, 2: Alex Georgiadis, Bow: Molly Siebers

Novice Eights C: Coxswain Charlotte Blais, Stroke: Kelly Ross, 7: Chloe Heskett, 6: Caroline Herre, 5: Sandra Winkler, 4: Jennifer Forrest, 3: Brooke Bochonok, 2: Caroline Godine, Bow: Meghan O’Melia

Fours A:  Coxswain Molly Frear, 4: Chandler Lally, 3: Fiona Schlesinger, 2: Sarah Cowburn, 1: Kristine O’Brien

Fours B: Coxswain Sarah McGovern, 4: Lizzy Youngling, 3: Elle Murray, 2: Betsy Nilan, 1: Veronica Jones

Fours C: Coxswain Sarah Jordan, 4: Maggie Bowman-Jones, 3: Catherine Multari, 2: Maddie Hilbrant, 1: Emily Crump

Fours D: Coxswain Brittany Wengel, 4: Kaity McCullough, 3: Emily Pik, 2: Mary Nilan, 1: Caroline Burke

Fours E: Coxswain Hayley LaFleche, 4: Lexie Katz, 3: Erin Metcalf, 2: Katie Hillson, 1: Ashley Hendrickson 




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