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Varsity Four takes NCAA title, Cavaliers finish fifth overall in Gold River

The Virginia women’s rowing team won the Varsity Four national title Sunday at the NCAA Championships in Gold River, California. As a team, the Cavaliers placed fifth overall for the third consecutive year as a result of the Varsity Four’s victory and the Varsity Eight’s third-place finish.

Rowing captures sixth consecutive ACC Championship

The No. 3 Virginia rowing team won the ACC Championship Saturday in Clemson, South Carolina, finishing first in all five races and dominating ACC foes including nationally ranked No. 16 Syracuse, No. 19 Notre Dame and No. 23 Louisville. The conference title is the Cavaliers’ sixth consecutive and 15th in the last 16 years.

Varsity eight wins Class of 1975 Cup regatta

The No. 4 Virginia rowing team traveled to Princeton, New Jersey this Saturday for the Class of 1975 Cup regatta against No. 8 Princeton, No. 13 Harvard-Radcliffe and Cornell.

Rowing team hosts annual Rivanna Romp

The Virginia women’s rowing team wraps up the fall season Sunday with its annual home regatta, the Rivanna Romp. Teams from Louisville, Penn, Old Dominion, Columbia, Oklahoma, Duke and Clemson will travel to Charlottesville to compete in the event. The Cavaliers won both the Varsity Eight and Varsity Four races last year and will field several boats in both races again this year.

Rowers ready for Princeton Chase

Returning from Boston late on Sunday night after finishing as the top collegiate boat at the Head of the Charles for the fourth consecutive year, the Virginia women’s rowing team had already moved on, shifting focus to the next races, this upcoming weekend in Princeton and beyond. Though the Cavaliers were proud of their accomplishment, the girls know that the Charles was just a starting point for the season.