After two weeks off, the Minutewomen return to the water looking for their first back-to-back A-10 titles since 2007.
With an eye on preparing for tournaments later in the season, the Minutewomen host Connecticut Thursday in their first home event of the spring season.
He’s achieved exceptional international and domestic success, but Jim Dietz’s goal is to affect lives in a way that extends far beyond rowing.
After rowing well in the Green Monster Regatta and the U.S. Rowing Fall Regatta, the UMass rowing team appears to have plenty to look forward to down the road.
UMass rowing led by eight gold and three silver in a victory at the Head of the Fish regatta.
Massachusetts rowing took on the world’s best at the Head of the Charles this weekend, earning positive grades from its coach Jim Dietz.
The UMass rowing team had a pair of gold medal finishes in the Head of the Oklahoma Regatta over the weekend.
The Massachusetts women’s rowing team overcame an illness to a key contributor to take home three first place and three second place finishes at the Knecht Cup this weekend.
The Massachusetts women’s rowing team competed in the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston last weekend and finished in the Top 10 in every event.
The Massachusetts women’s rowing team found itself in a three-way tie for first-place in last weekend’s Atlantic 10 championships before eventually being awarded second-place after the tiebreaking procedure.
The Varsity Four of the Massachusetts women’s rowing team earned a gold medal last weekend in the Knecht Cup in Camden, N.J.
The weather might have been sub-par, but the Minutewomen found a way to make it work.
After completing the Foot of the Charles, UMass goes into its offseason with mixed results. The Minutewomen head to Florida in January for offseason training in order to prepare for spring competition.
The Massachusetts rowing team has one of its last races this weekend in New Hampshire for the Dartmouth Head Regatta. The Minutewomen hope to use it as an experience-builder for some of its younger rowers.
After a solid effort at the Head of the Charles in Boston, the Massachusetts rowing team will head to Saratoga, N.Y. to take part in the Head of the Fish regatta. Much of the Minutewomen squad will be competing more than once this weekend and overall will bring 16 boats to compete in 11 races.
Behind junior Emily Boucher, UMass had a number of solid races at the Head of the Charles this past weekend in Boston, Mass. Boucher finished seventh out of 20 competitors and also guaranteed herself a spot in next year’s event.
After poor weather conditions derailed the Massachusetts crew team on the Connecticut River last weekend, the Minutewomen will race in their biggest event of the season in the Head of the Charles in Boston. UMass will enter in both the Champ 4 and Lightweight 8 races.
Following a good performance in Connecticut, the Massachusetts crew team returns home to host the Pumpkin Head Regatta against Smith College.
After having its home-opener rained out, the Massachusetts rowing team will head to Shelton, Conn., for the Head of the Housatonic. The event is one of the largest regattas in the country each year.
UMass coach Jim Dietz and the crew team looks to bounce back in 2010 after falling to URI in the A-10 championships last spring. UMass has won 13 of the last 15 A-10 championships