Dartmouth, Boston University Visit In First Home Race

Bulldogs Drop To No. 4 In National Rankings

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. – After opening the spring season with two straight road trips, the Yale women’s crew finally gets to race on the friendly waters of the Housatonic River on Saturday. The Bulldogs, ranked fourth in this week’s CRCA-US Rowing poll, host No. 20 Dartmouth and Boston University beginning at 8:30 a.m. at Gilder Boathouse. The Class of 1985 Cup will be at stake in the varsity eight race.

Yale overcame injuries and illness to have a successful weekend in Ithaca, N.Y. The Bulldogs won four of five races, including the varsity, second varsity and varsity four, against Cornell and Syracuse on Friday, and then disposed of seventh-ranked Michigan State and Buffalo on Saturday. Despite the wins, Yale fell three spots in the national poll.

Dartmouth’s varsity eight is undefeated. The Big Green has victories over Tennessee, Louisville, Northeastern, Rhode Island and Boston College. Boston University competed at the Dale England Cup in Bloomington, Ind., last weekend.

Yale has won the Class of 1985 Cup in each of the last 10 years. Last year on the Charles River, the Bulldogs cruised to nearly five-second over Dartmouth. BU was third.

Yale’s heavyweight crew will be racing Dartmouth on Saturday as well.

Race Schedule

8:30 a.m.  V4        Women
8:45        4V4        Yale Hwt Men vs. Yale Lwt Men
9:00        2V8        Women
9:15       3V8        Heavyweights
9:30        1V8        Women
9:45       F8           Heavyweights
10:00     3V8        Women
10:15    JV8         Heavyweights
10:30     V4b        Women
10:45    V8           Heavyweights

Probable Yale Boatings vs. Dartmouth, Boston University

Varsity Eight

1- Natalie King (Fr., Weston, CT)

2- Caroline Nash (Jr., Darien, CT)

3- Catherine Hart (Sr., Westmount, Quebec)                    

4- Stephanie Madner (Jr., Kew Australia)                   

5- Tess Gerrand (Sr., New South Wales, Australia)

6- Alice Henly (Sr., Victoria, Australia)

7- Dara Dickson (So., Lafayette, CA)

8- Taylor Ritzel (Sr., Larkspur, CO)

c- Mia Kanak (Sr., Tokyo, Japan)

 

Second Varsity Eight

1- Catherine McDermott (So., Cazenovia, NY)

2- Mary Jo Toothman (So., Waynesburg, PA)

3- Kathryn D'Andrea (Fr., Darien, CT)

4- Kathleen O’Keefe (So., Washington, DC)

5- Armine Afeyan (So., Lexington, MA)

6- Catherine Hart (Sr., Westmount, Quebec)

7- Allix Wilde (Sr., Bethesda, MD)

8- Eliza Hastings (Fr., Berwyn, PA)

C- Sarah Brownlee (Jr., Tampa, FL)

 

Varsity Four

1- Nikki Grigg (So., Washington, DC)

2- Alexandra Fields (Jr., Rock Island, IL)

3- Elizabeth McDermott (So., Cazenovia, NY)

4- Mary Pat Wixted (Sr., Moorestown, NJ)

C- Erica Segall (Fr., Andover, MA)

 

Third Varsity Eight

1– Brittany Bowman (So., West Grove, PA) 

2-  Ryan McCarthy (Sr., Pine Brook, NJ)

3-  Melissa Weigel (Fr., Annapolis, MD)

4- Lily Blair (Jr., Seattle, WA)

5- Emily Tormey (Fr., Seattle, WA)

6- Georgia Separovich (So., New South Wales, Australia)

7- Mary Barrose Antle (Jr., Hockessin, DE)  

8- Katherine Dyke (So., Gastonia, NC)

C- Margaret Ayers (

 

Second Varsity Four

1- Lauren Ross (Jr., Princeton, NJ)                   

2- Laura Gottesdiener (Sr., Newton, MA)

3- Julia Jolliffe (Fr., Middlesex, UK)                           

4- Amanda Grady (Jr., Orlando, FL)

C- Yassmin Parsaei (Fr., Savannah, GA)

Report filed by Tim Bennett, Yale Sports Publicity

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