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Michigan Rowing

Wolverines overpower Jacksonville in scrimmage

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BY MICHAEL GRIFFIN

With a month to go before the spring season, the Michigan women’s rowing team headed down to Tampa, Florida for its annual Spring Break training trip. The trip, which is spent primarily on the water getting reaccustomed to boats and outdoor rowing, was highlighted by a scrimmage with the University of Jacksonville.

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Women's Rowing

Led by young talent, Wolverines look strong against Tennessee and UCF

BY MICHAEL GRIFFIN

That relentless attitude was on display this weekend when Michigan's top three boats traveled to Orlando to face Tennessee and Central Florida. With just two seniors and two inexperienced freshmen in the first varsity boat, setting an aggressive pace early in the five-race scrimmage was key for the Wolverines.

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Rowing

Michigan recovering off the water

BY SYLVANNA GROSS

Michigan rowing coach Mark Rothstein thinks his team is ready to take the next step as it trains out of the water in preparation for the spring.

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Women's Rowing

Wolverines wrap up fall season at Michigan Classic

BY ALEX PODGES

The Michigan women’s rowing team has faced big-name teams in big-name tournaments, but it certainly has not encountered a name as big as Santa Claus.

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Women's Rowing

Wolverines take fifth at Head of the Charles

BY DANIEL TACHNA-FRAM

With today’s result, the Wolverines improved upon their eighth-place finish in the same race last year, and the fifth-place finish also marks the team’s best finish at the Head of the Charles since 2011.

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Women's Rowing

Exhibition success continues with victory over No. 1 Ohio State

BY ALEX PODGES

For Michigan coach Mark Rothstein, the exhibition races provide a glimpse of the talent the team is working with and how much the team needs to develop before the onset of the spring season.

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Women's Rowing

First novice boat wins, team takes second at Big Ten Championships

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

Michigan as a team finished runner-up at the Big Ten Championships with 140 points.

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