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RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif. – Seattle University rowing raced two boats in the 2019 Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association championships on Lake Natoma in Rancho Cordova, Calif., Saturday, highlighted by a Petite Finals first place finish.

The Redhawks' Varsity 4+ raced just one, earning a runner-up finish in the DI/Open Final by covering the course in 8:00.168. The Novice 8+ placed fifth in their heat with a time of 8:07.856, but rebounded in a big way in the Petite Finals later in the day, winning the race in 7:41.725.

"Our Varsity 4 had a great race. We're very happy with their performance," said Head Coach Jenny Park. "The Novice 8 faced some challenges in their head, but responded well and had a fantastic second race to win the Petite Finals."

The Redhawks' season concludes on Saturday, May 4 when they take part in the 33rd Annual Windermere Cup, hosted by the University of Washington.
 
WIRA Championships
Women's N8+ Heat 2
1. UC Irvine, 7:33.091
2. UC Davis, 7:37.357
3. Pacific Lutheran, 7:42.965
4. WSU Men, 7:54.767
5. Seattle U, 8:07.856
6. Chapman, 8:41.652

Women's N8+ B Final
1. Seattle U, 7:41.725
2. WSU Men, 7:50.876
3. UC Santa Barbara, 7:54.101
4. Orange Coast, 7:58.978
5. Chapman, 10:19908

SU Lineup: (C) Livija Langberg, (S) Nicole Robbins, (7) Jaclyn Janczakowski, (6) Michaela Plumage, (5) Hannah Sjogren, (4) Isabella Marez, (3) Grace Abshear, (2), Sara Richterman, (B) Gillian Retter
 
Women's V4+ D1/Open Final
1. San Diego State, 7:54.852
2. Seattle U, 8:00.168
3. Sacramento State, 8:08.935
4. San Diego, 8:14.222
5. Saint Mary's, 8:49.760

SU Lineup: (C) Natalie Borgognoni, (S) Caitlin Mitchell, (3) Lauryn Hepp, (2) Elsa Derrickson, (B) Casey Sagarang