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Lightweight rowing cruises at Head of the American regatta on Lake Natoma

After seizing top-five finishes across the board at the Head of the Charles regatta last weekend in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Stanford women’s lightweight rowing fought against harsh competition and fatigue to remain strong at the Head of the American regatta on a balmy Folsom Saturday afternoon. With this regatta, the team concludes the head-race-oriented fall season with both of the Varsity Eights finishing in the top eight of 21 crews and the Four at 12th place.

Men’s rowing, lightweight women head to IRAs

Both Stanford men’s and lightweight women’s rowing will head up to Lake Natoma, California, just north of Sacramento, to take part in the Intercollegiate Rowing Association National Championships this upcoming weekend. The No. 10 men will field the first, second and third varsity eight while the No. 1 women’s lightweight rowing program searches for their third…