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Michigan Rowing

Women’s Rowing

Women's rowing tops Minnesota, Wisconsin

BY SHAWN HEROOR

The Michigan women’s rowing team defeated conference rivals Minnesota and Wisconsin on Saturday at Belleville Lake.

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Women’s rowing sails third out West

BY MATTHEW KIPNIS

The last time the Wolverines went West was for the San Diego Crew Classic, when the team left with a first-place finish in the 1V8 and a narrow second-place finish in the 2V8. This time, Michigan didn’t fare as well finishing third in the 1V8.

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Rowing wins four against No. 1 Ohio State

BY CHLOE AUBUCHON

The win may be the first glimpse of a promising season for Michigan. Last spring, the Wolverines dropped their event against the Buckeyes, winning novice races but finishing second in all five varsity races. This season, though, Michigan came out strong.

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Exhibition season comes to an end for women's rowing

BY MATTHEW KIPNIS

The Michigan women’s rowing team hit the water Saturday morning for its final exhibition race of the preseason in Florida.

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Easy sailing for women’s rowing

BY MATTHEW KIPNIS

Michigan raced in a workout against Central Florida and Tennessee Sunday morning and won in commanding fashion. The Wolverines’ No. 1 boat took first place in all five pieces and the No. 2 boat took second in four out of the five races. Michigan finished first and second in every race and took the top three spots with the exception of two races.

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Strong Finish for Michigan at the Head of the Charles

BY NATHANIEL CLARK

The Michigan rowing team’s season hasn’t even begun, but the Wolverines are already off to a strong start.

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Rowing sweeps exhibition opener

BY BO BRADARICH

“(We have a) difference focus on what we want to do on the drive and what we want to accomplish on each stroke,” junior coxswain Hannah Sherman said. “The goal is to win every stroke of every piece.”

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