The Minutewomen earned three medals on the final day, and will now prepare for a quad-regatta next weekend in Boston.
The Minutewomen will return to action in a pair of events next weekend.
Jim Dietz was enshrined into the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association Hall of Fame Monday along with Washington’s Bob Ernst and Texas’ Carrie Graves.
The Minutewomen had three boats participating in the final day of competition, including a second-place result by the Varsity 8+ boat in the D-level finals.
After two weeks off, the Minutewomen return to the water looking for their first back-to-back A-10 titles since 2007.
The Minutewomen performed up to coach Jim Dietz’s expectations in Saturday’s four-team meet at the Charles River in Boston.
UMass rowing led by eight gold and three silver in a victory at the Head of the Fish regatta.
The UMass rowing team had a pair of gold medal finishes in the Head of the Oklahoma Regatta over the weekend.
The UMass women’s rowing team had a strong showing this weekend, winning all four races against Holy Cross.
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 roof of the storage facility of the UMass Rowing Team caved in, destroying 13 boats, and costing an estimated $175,000 in damages.