Crew braves the Charles River
Two varsity crews braved the cold, fast winds, white caps, and choppy water on the Charles River to take second and sixth places in their events at the Head of the Charles Regatta on Saturday.
Rowing bears bad weather to race at Bates regatta
As the wind and rain swept down the Androscoggin this past Saturday, the crew team swept past Bates and Franklin Pierce Colleges, dominating two of the five races.
Not on Chilean time? Too bad!
Bowdoinite abroad counts on one thing: predictability
Two other gringos and I traveled to the town of Petrohué on Lago Todos los Santos southern Chile this September. According to the guidebooks, Petrohué is picturesque, situated on the lake and surrounded by a beautiful national park. What the guidebooks neglected to mention was the size of this "town."
Crew sweeps at New Englands
Bowdoin's crew topped regional teams in the New England Fours championship regatta in Lowell, Massachusetts, walking away with both the men's and women's event trophies as well as the overall points trophy.
Crew takes third at President's Cup
Bowdoin's crew team faced local competitors Bates and Colby this weekend on the Androscoggin River in the hopes of winning the annual President's Cup, a trophy that has successfully eluded the team for the past few years.
Rowers fare well in first full-fleet regatta
At the first full-fleet regatta of the season, the Bowdoin Crew met up with its traditional opponents Middlebury and Amherst for the annual Big Three race on the Connecticut River in Hadley, Massachusetts.
Crew battles cold waters, local schools
The last two weeks have seen the kick-off of the spring racing season for the Bowdoin Crew. After spending all of Spring Break in South Carolina at a rowing camp, the team took to the icy waters of the New Meadows River in Bath to prepare for a long and competitive season of racing.