This week, rowing raced at the Head of The Charles, men’s and women’s golf capped off their seasons, and women’s tennis competed at Super Regionals.
Weekly Roundup: Women’s Tennis Earns Program First, Rowing Opens Season, and Swim and Dive Earn Mixed Results in Back-to-Back Tri-Meets
Rowing opened its season at the Head of the Housatonic, Marice Aguiar and Laura Lopez advanced to the second round of the All-American Championships, and swim and dive competed in back-to-back tri-meets.
Now in its 54th year, the Head of the Charles Regatta stands as the world’s largest two-day rowing event. Crews from over 800 schools, universities, and organizations competed in different race categories for prizes given out over the weekend.
This past weekend, over ten thousand competitive rowers showcased their talents at the annual Head of the Charles Regatta, the largest two-day rowing event in the world.
Boston College Rowing put in a strong showing at the 50th anniversary of the classic Boston tradition.
I’ve gone to HoCR the past couple years to see my own friends from high school race, and I’ll continue to go as long as they keep guilt-tripping me to show up.
While men’s and women’s tennis couldn’t find a win on Friday, women’s track and field grabbed first at UMass and rowing finished strongly at VIllanova.
Multiple BC teams had tournaments and regattas last weekend.