“We had some good but challenging races today,” said interim head coach Jennifer Park. “I thought all the girls really pushed it. We know what we need to do this week to get ready for WIRAs next weekend.”
The SU Varsity 8+ narrowly finished second to the Pilots with a time of 7:23.3 to the visitors’ 7:21.44. The Novice 8+ and Novice 4+ also finished second in their respective races.
The Redhawks will travel to Lake Natoma near Sacramento, Calif. next weekend (Apr. 27-28) for the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships (WIRAs), hosted by Sacramento State. For all the latest updates and results stay tuned to GoSeattleU.com. @su_athletics on Twitter, and “Seattle U Athletics” on Facebook.
Seattle University Lineups
Varsity Eight: cox- Jolie Kawasaki (Honolulu, Hawai’i), stroke- Hana Wilder (Portland, Ore.), 7- Kaitlyn Hammond (Billings, Mont.), 6- Darian Borst (Milwaukee, Wisc.), 5- Audrey Shaw (Colorado Springs, Colo.), 4- Olivia Amrhein (Phoenix, Ariz.), 3- Sinclair Ball (Bainbridge Island, Wash.), 2- Katie O’Neill (Ventura, Calif.), bow- Keara Collins (Seattle, Wash.)
Novice Eight: cox- Brooke McCulloch (Centennial, Colo.), stroke- Kelsey Hopkins (Beaverton, Ore.), 7- Madeleine Evans (San Jose, Calif.), 6- Sara Haugen (Novato, Calif.), 5- Shelby Johnson (Kenmore, Wash.), 4- Mariana Osuna (Boise, Idaho), 3- Olivia Smith (Seattle, Wash.), 2- Taylor Orian (Keau’au Hawai’i), bow- Rowan Walton (Mill Valley, Calif.)
Novice Four: cox- Hilary Hanses (Dayton, Nev.), stroke- Campbell Foster (Seattle, Wash.), 3- Jennifer Cruz (Wapato, Wash.), 2- Kelly Morris (Santa Rosa, Calif.), bow- Mickayla Phillis (Portland, Ore.)
- Varsity 8+: Portland (7:21.44), Seattle U (7:23.3)
- Novice 8+: Portland (7:42.79), Seattle U (8:01.78)
- Novice 4+: Portland (9:00.26), Seattle U (9:55.53)