MSU rowing coach Matt Weise has announced the addition of Liz England to the Spartan rowing staff. England is a former collegiate rower and coach at Washington State, as well as a member of the USA U23 team in 2012.
Michigan State senior Brianna Higgins (Lowell, Mich.) has been named a Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) All-Region Selection, as announced on Monday. These awards recognize the outstanding performances of rowers and coxswains from each of the five regions, organized into first and second-team selections.
The Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) has announced their Division I scholar athlete awards for the 2017 season. All CRCA National Scholar Athletes must have maintained a 3.5 GPA throughout her career while being at least sophomore academic standing, and they must have rowed in the NCAA-eligible boats (varsity eight, second varsity eight, or varsity four) for at least 75 percent of the season.
Michigan State finished sixth at the Big Ten Rowing Championships on Sunday in Indianapolis.
Michigan State, No. 19 in this week’s CRCA poll, heads to Indianapolis for Sunday’s Big Ten Championship Regatta.
Rowing Coach Matt Weise and athletes along with Men’s Golf Coach Casey Lubhan and Baseball Head Coach Jake Boss Jr. join the show.
Source: Spartan Sports Network
Olivia Jamrog picked up rowing as a walk-on freshman, not knowing where it would take her. Where it took her was one of the most storied rowing competitions in the world.
Michigan State rowing coach Matt Weise has announced that nine student-athletes will join the Spartan rowing program when they enroll at Michigan State University in the fall of 2017. The Spartans, No. 19 in the most recent Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) national poll, have nine seniors on its current roster and are currently training for the Big Ten Championships, which will be held May 13-14 in Indianapolis, Ind.
Michigan State’s varsity eight has been named the Big Ten Boat of the Week, as announced by the Big Ten office on Tuesday afternoon.
No. 17 Michigan State wrapped its Boston weekend with three wins including in two of the three NCAA boats – over both No. 16 Harvard/Radcliffe and Boston College on Sunday morning on the Charles River.
Michigan State started its weekend in Boston with victories in four of six races on the Charles River in Cambridge, Mass.Lined up with two Boston-area crews — Northeastern and Boston University — and UMass, the Spartans saw some results from a lineup shakeup, earning wins in all three fours as well as in its varsity eight. The teams faced windy, choppy conditions on the Charles, which provided the crews plenty of distraction and some adversity.
No. 17 Michigan State heads to the east coast to take on four of the Boston-area crews in addition to UMass in two weekend races on the Charles River.he Spartans will be rowing out of Boston University’s DeWolfe Boathouse for both day’s races. Boston University head coach Stacey Rippetoe is a former Spartan assistant under Matt Weise and spent eight years on the MSU staff, and has been the head coach of the Terriers since 2008.
Michigan State held its first home event in 2017, welcoming Wisconsin and Minnesota for a Big Ten Double Dual on Saturday. The Spartans got strong performances from their varsity eight and novice eight once again, and finished the day with a split of the two dual races. The Spartans fell to No. 11 Wisconsin 46-22, but rebounded with an afternoon victory over Minnesota, 34-26.
Source: Michigan State Official Athletic Site
Michigan State prepares for its lone home event of the season, hosting Minnesota, No. 11 Wisconsin, and No. 3 Michigan on Saturday on Lake Ovid in Laingsburg, Mich, inside Sleepy Hollow State Park.
MSU Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coaches; Gene Orlando and Kim Bruno join the show as well as Rowing Coach; Matt Weise and staff
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Michigan State rowing will host a Big Ten Double Dual on Saturday, April 8 on Lake Ovid in Laingsburg, Mich. MSU, ranked No. 17 in last week’s national poll, welcomes Big Ten foes No. 12 Wisconsin and Minnesota this weekend, and both of those crews will also race No. 3 Michigan.
After moving up to No. 17 in the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) national poll this week, the Spartans hit the road for a Big Ten Double Dual at Indiana this weekend, taking on the host Hoosiers in addition to Iowa and Kansas.
Competing at two different sites against quality competition, the Spartan novice eights and varsity eight all turned in impressive performances on Saturday.
Michigan State opened their Big Ten season on Friday night in New Brunswick, posting victories over Rutgers in each of the three NCAA boats.
The Spartan rowing program has a pair of destinations this weekend, as half the team will head to New Jersey and the novices will race down the road at Belleville Lake in Ann Arbor.