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The Redhawks return to competition on March 29 in Lakewood, Wash.
Courtesy: Steve Babuljak
Women's Rowing Completes First Spring Race at Portland
Seattle University women’s rowing completing their first spring race of the season as the novice 8+ won their respective race and novice 4+ finished second.

“I’m thrilled with how the novice 8+ performed today,” said head coach Jenny Park. “The varsity 8+ and the novice 4+ had great races as well. We have some work to do but it was a really solid first spring race.”

The Seattle U novice 8+ finished first with a time of 7:16, defeating Portland’s A and B boats. The Redhawk novice 4+ finished second over two of Portland’s boats.

The team returns to competition on Saturday, Mar. 29 at the Cascade Sprints on American Lake in Lakewood, Wash.

Novice 8+ Lineups
C:Liesl Bower-Jenkins

S: Kaylin Zimmer
7: Meghan Ricci
Katy Chiswell
Selena Villareal
Kristina Kreamer
Mackenzie Gaddy
Maddi Lynch
Rachel Wong

Novice 8+ Results
1 – Seattle U – 7:16

2 – Portland (B) – 7:45
3 – Portland – 7:46

Varsity 8+ Lineups
Cox: Jolie Kawasaki

Stroke: Kait Hammond
Sara Haugen
Kelsey Hopkins
Mariana Osuna
Fallon Sullivan
Darian Borst
Shelby Johnson
Hanna Wilder

Varsity 8+ Results
1 – Portland – 7:00

2 – Portland (B) – 7:08.5
3 – Seattle U – 7:08.7

Novice 4+ Lineups
C: Gerline Reyes
S: Jill Nakaso
Victoria Deleon Guerrero
Alanna Manley
Kenzie Nicholson

Novice 4+ Results
1 – Portland – 8:24

2 – Seattle U – 8:41
3 – Portland (B) – 8:41.1
4 – Portland (C) – 9:08

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