Rowing

The Wolverines sent two eights to the 52nd annual Head of the Charles regatta in Boston.

Michigan competed in an exhibition tune-up in Ohio over the weekend.

Michigan competed well against the Buckeyes, with strong performances in the race’s 2x4.5 kilometer format carrying the team’s momentum following last week’s successful performance against Eastern Michigan.

Michigan opened its season Sunday on Belleville Lake.

The Wolverines began their season this past Saturday in an unscored workout scrimmage against Eastern Michigan.

Amanda Elmore, a Michigan graduate student, was selected to represent Team USA at the Rio Olympics for the women's eight rowing team. After years of training, for which she put her education on hold, Elmore came home with the gold.

The Michigan women's rowing team swept all four varsity races against Michigan State and Louisville.

Michigan expected those results after outperforming both opponents earlier in the season.

Michigan's rowing team continues to improve with eight victories as a team this weekend.

The team as a whole collected eight victories during the two-day Clemson Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.

Michigan lost to Ohio State but beat Rutgers in a meet Saturday.

Michigan lost to Ohio State in the morning before beating Rutgers in the afternoon.

The Michigan rowing team finished as second-best out of four teams at the ACC/Big Ten Double Dual.

Though the seventh-ranked Wolverines had a solid showing overall, they were unable to pull ahead of the Cavaliers.

Despite the event being non-scoring, it was clear that the Wolverines are living up to their legacy that led to a second-place finish at the Big Ten Championships last year.

No. 11 Michigan was led by its first varsity-four crew, which was the only one of its teams to go undefeated on the weekend.