Rowing teams will participate in the championships

PENNSAUKEN, NJ/WORCESTER, Mass.—Columbia’s three rowing teams are in action this weekend as the Lions women’s rowing team competes in the Ivy League Championship on Sunday, while the No. 17-ranked heavyweights and lightweights ranked No. 9 will compete Sunday at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association EARC Eastern Rowing Championships.

The women’s team will compete in the 2022 Ivy League Championship, which will be held at Cooper River Park in Pennsauken, NJ. The event begins Sunday at 8 a.m. with time trials starting at 8 a.m. and finals starting at 2 p.m. A full matchday page with the schedule and other event information is available at this link. Live results are available at this link. The championship will be broadcast live on ESPN+ at this link. Cooper River Park has been the site of the Ivy League Championship since 2002. For more information on Cooper River Park, Click here. Parking is available on the street or in designated lots along the river.

Four of the eight Ivy League women’s rowing teams are ranked in the Pocock CRCA Poll (May 11, 2022). Yale No. 3, Princeton No. 4, Brown No. 5, Penn No. 8 are all ranked in the top 20, while Harvard (six points), Cornell (one point) and Columbia (one point) all receive votes.

Columbia’s No. 17-ranked heavyweights and No. 9-ranked lightweights will compete in the 2022 EARC East Annual Championships, which take place Sunday at Quinsigamond Lake in Worcester, Mass. Heats will be played from 8 a.m. to 11:15 a.m., while the finals will be played from 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fans can access the live video stream on this linkwhile live results and a calendar of events are displayed on this link. A training day is scheduled for Saturday.

The Heavyweight Lions will face teams from Boston U., Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Harvard, Holy Cross, Navy, Northeastern, Penn, Princeton, Syracuse, Wisconsin and Yale. The lightweights will face boats from Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Harvard, Navy, Penn, Princeton and Yale.

According to the posted schedule, the Columbia heavyweights will send a first Varsity 8 boat and a second Varsity 8 boat. On the lightweight side, the Lions are expected to compete in the First Varsity 8, Second Varsity 8, Third Varsity 8 and Varsity Four races.

PROJECT COLUMBIA BOAT FOR WOMEN
For the Ivy League Women’s Championship | Sunday May 15, 2022 | Pennsauken, New Jersey | Cooper River Park

To be determined

PROJECTED COLUMBIA HEAVY BOATS
For Eastern Sprints | Sunday May 15, 2022 | Worcester, Massachusetts | Quinsigamond Lake

First university 8+
Coxswain: Rasa Audejaitis; Caress: neil kennedy; 7: John Theodore; 6: ryan lee; 5: Michael Lee; 4: Anthony Rosteck; 3: Henri Quinn-Pasin; 2: Clay Watson; Bow: Olivier Babb

Second university 8+
Coxswain: Isabelle Guerrero; Caress: Jean Stankard; 7: Milo Walshe; 6: Robert Doyle; 5: Ryan Hardenbrook; 4: Archer Staunton; 3: Kevin Kerney; 2: Ezekiel Johnson; Bow: Dylan Rose

COLUMBIA LIGHTWEIGHT BOATINGS PROJECT
For Eastern Sprints | Sunday May 15, 2022 | Worcester, Massachusetts | Quinsigamond Lake

To be determined

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