Sports

Stanford rowing splits pair of races with Boston

 

Stanford split a pair of races early Saturday morning in a dual with Boston University on Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The Cardinal's top-ranked varsity eight fell in a tight contest to the second-ranked boat from Boston. Stanford, coxed by Shea Cours, registered a 7:23.642 on the course, finishing just behind the Terriers, who recorded a 7:22.032.

Stanford bounced back minutes later with a convincing win by the second varsity eight boat. The Cardinal, coxed by Allison Tielking, raced down the course to a time of 7:49.946. The boat defeated Boston by multiple lengths, as the Terriers recorded a time of 8:25.681.

Up next, the Cardinal will return home to the Bay Area to prepare for a third consecutive dual. Stanford will face Western Washington on Saturday, April 21 at Redwood Shores.

Varsity Eight

Coxswain Shea Cours

8 Kate Hickey

7 Brigitte Schmittlein

6 Keagan Hanley

5 Johanna Francis

4 Claire Smythe

3 Isabella Garcia-Camargo

2 Michele Holtkamp

Bow Diba Massihpour

Second Varsity Eight

Coxswain Allison Tielking

8 Samantha Dore

7 Serena Harber

6 Taylor Harris

5 Ally Hinson

4 Micah Trautwein

3 Hillary Umphrey

2 Laura Stickells

Bow Hannah Levy

What is democracy worth to you?
Support local journalism.

Comments

Sorry, but further commenting on this topic has been closed.

Stay informed

Get daily headlines sent straight to your inbox.

Gluten-free bakery Misfits Bakehouse is reborn in Palo Alto
By Elena Kadvany | 4 comments | 2,721 views

What to do with all those cardboard boxes
By Cheryl Bac | 2 comments | 2,221 views

Premarital and Couples: The "Right" Way to Eat an Artichoke
By Chandrama Anderson | 1 comment | 1,686 views

Some answers, please, PG&E
By Diana Diamond | 11 comments | 1,214 views

What did you learn last week?
By Sherry Listgarten | 6 comments | 1,085 views

 

Race Results Are In

Thank you for joining us at the 35th annual Moonlight Run & Walk! All proceeds benefit the Palo Alto Weekly Holiday fund, supporting local nonprofits serving children and families.

Click for Race Results