Michigan State rowing alumna Emily Regan is set to compete in the women’s eight final at the 2018 World Championships on Sunday, September 16 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Regan and the women’s eight qualified for the final after finishing their heat with a time of 5:56.68.
Michigan State rowing coach Matt Weise has announced the addition of Mackenzie Whiteside to the Spartan coaching staff. Whiteside joins Weise, Samantha Sarff, and Liz England for the 2018-19 season. Whiteside will be tasked with working with MSU’s novice rowers.
Michigan State senior Nicole Marek (Grosse Ile, Mich.) has been selected as a Pocock Honorable Mention All-American by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA). Marek becomes the 12th All-American in the Spartan rowing program.
The Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) has announced its list of National Scholar-Athletes for the 2018 season. Ten Spartans were awarded this honor at the completion of the 2017-18 academic year.
Ohio State took home gold medals in every race to win the 2018 Big Ten Championship Regatta on Sunday, May 12 at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. Michigan State finished in eighth place (47 points), as the Buckeyes won their unprecedented seventh consecutive Big Ten team championship. Michigan followed in second place with 163 points, Wisconsin finished third (118), Iowa claimed fourth (111), while Indiana rounded out the top five with 92 points. The Big Ten Network will air coverage of the Big Ten Rowing Championships on Sunday, May 20, at 11 a.m. ET.
The 2017 Big Ten Rowing Championship format will be an eight-lane, finals-only championship taking place on Sunday. Racing begins on Sunday morning at 9 a.m., with racing going off on 20-minute centers. The varsity eight race is at 11 a.m., with the awards ceremony scheduled for 12:30 p.m.
Three Michigan State rowers have earned spots at the selection camps for Team USA at both the World Rowing Under 23 Championships and the World University Championships.
No.15 Michigan State had a strong finish in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge in Columbus, as MSU raced against No. 4 OSU, No. 19 Duke, Notre Dame, and San Diego on the day..
Michigan State resumes racing this weekend, heading to Columbus, Ohio to compete in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge on Saturday. he Spartans, ranked No. 15 in the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Poll, will race for the first time since April 7, when they raced in the Big Ten Double Dual in Ann Arbor against then-No. 11 Iowa and No. 16 Indiana.
Michigan State traveled to Ann Arbor to race in the Big Ten Double Dual against No. 11 Iowa and No. 16 Indiana, racing tough against two ranked Big Ten opponents. The race was held on Belleville Lake on Saturday.
No. 18 Michigan State will head to Ann Arbor on Saturday for a Big Ten Double Dual, racing against No. 11 Iowa and No. 16 Indiana. The race will take place on Belleville Lake in Ann Arbor.
No. 18 Michigan State wrapped up competition at the Pac-12 Challenge on Sunday morning, racing against No. 10 Stanford in Redwood Shores, California.
No. 18 Michigan State competed at two separate races Saturday, with the NCAA boats racing in the Pac-12 Challenge in California and the novices, 2v4 and 3v4 boats competing at Ohio State.
The Spartan rowing program has a pair of destinations this weekend, as half of the team will head to Redwood, California to race in the Pac-12 Challenge and the novices, 2v4 and 3v4 will compete in Columbus, Ohio.
MSU Rowing Coach Matt Weise previews the upcoming meet in Columbus, MSU Football Defensive Backs Coach, Paul Haynes previews the Spring Game and more
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he Spartan rowing team faced top-tier competition Saturday, racing against powerhouse programs in Harvard/Radcliffe and Yale in the Ivy League-Big Ten Double Dual on the Cooper River Rowing Course in Camden, New Jersey.
Michigan State will engage in its first dual racing of the 2018 season, traveling to Camden, N.J. to partake in the Ivy League-Big Ten Double Dual featuring crews from two of the nation’s top conferences on Saturday.
Michigan State rowing wrapped up its first race of the season, competing in the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invitational hosted by the University of Louisville. The regatta, which took place on Saturday and Sunday, saw the Spartans compete against top competition in the nation including five teams that were ranked in the top-25 in the final CRCA poll of 2017.
The team laid out five bullet points described as expectations it was taking to the meeting, including investigative questions, communication, justice, patient-doctor guidelines and staff training and resources. “We are questioning Michigan State University’s approach to Nassar; his criminal actions, the women he has abused, and the response of the University and athletic department,” the post read. “To say nothing is to say you agree and we do not agree with how hits has been handled.”
Source: Detroit News
Michigan State’s rowing program wrapped up a very productive fall season to go alongside a successful campaign for all of MSU Athletics. MSU’s fall season coincided with several impressive showings for Spartan fall teams, and rowing coach Matt Weise believes that witnessing the success of all Spartan teams helps to motivate his rowers into competing at a high level.