Toreros Compete at Lake Natoma on Saturday
May 15, 2014
SAN DIEGO, Calif. - The month of May brings the end of the academic year, final exams, commencement ceremonies, and championship regattas. This weekend the USD Men's Crew head to Lake Natoma for the Western Sprints and the opportunity to qualify for the prestigious 112th IRA National Championships on Saturday, May 17th. Hosted within the same Championship weekend (PCRC's - Pacific Coast Rowing Championships) as the Women's WCC Championships, as well as both Men's and Women's PAC-12 Championships, the racing this weekend will be at the highest level as all crews fight for those precious qualifying spots. The tremendous effort that has been put in this year will be compressed into a singularly unified point of focus, just one straight shot down the course...
FROSH 8 @ 1:30PM - Kai Morse, Konrad Altvater , Jack Pokalsky, Nick Watson, Mike Mohrman, Parker Danz, Mike DeMaio, Will Roman, Pierce Salamack
JV 8 @ 1:45PM - Lauren Takahashi, Ryan Sandy, Quinn Montgomery, Braeden Drouillard , Daniel Hearst, Charlie Penn, Anthony Mejia, Brandon de Caussin , Joe Wier
VARSITY 8 @ 2:00PM - Torrey Ray, Rory Kew, Henri Hicks, Gary Bastien, Will Bastien, Alex La Bruno, Taylor Terheggen, John Bacic, Patrick McPolin
Your USD Women's Crew will also be racing on May 17th
JV 4 @ 8:40AM
VARSITY 4 @ 9:00AM
JV 8 @ 9:20AM
VARSITY 8 @ 9:40AM
The opportunity exists for our Women to qualify for the NCAA Championships for the first time in program history! Stay tuned for more updates...
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