May 12, 2017
WASHINGTON - Georgetown University's men's rowing team heads up to Worcester, Mass., to take part in the Eastern Sprints on Sunday. The Hoyas will race three heavyweight 8+ boats and three 8+ lightweight crews.
Live results and a video stream of the races can be found on www.GUHoyas.com.
Georgetown's third varsity 8+ boat opens action for the heavyweights in the only six-boat heat of the division. The Hoyas race Princeton, Boston University, Wisconsin, Cornell and Rutgers from lane five. A showdown with Princeton, Dartmouth, Wisconsin, Cornell and Holy Cross highlight the third heat of the varsity 8+ race before the Blue & Gray wraps up preliminary races against BU, Princeton, GW, Columbia and Holy Cross in the second varsity 8+ event.
"We're looking to improve on a solid regular season of racing and peak at the Sprints," said Head Coach Luke Agnini. "Our team goal is simple -- to qualify for IRAs."
Coxswain: James Shearman, 8: Liam Carty, 7: Sean Barry, 6: John Carroll, 5: Ian Estevao, 4: Hayden Pascal, 3: Carson Yates, 2: Emmett Orts, 1: Daniel Eigler-Harding
Heat 3 -- 9:36 a.m.
Grand Final -- 5:30 p.m.
2nd Varsity 8+
Coxswain: William Rau, 8: Vaughan Merrick, 7: Luke Nassif, 6: William Turner, 5: Alex Blackwood, 4: Kyle Ratner, 3: Francesco Ambrosio, 2: Matthew Fritschen, 1: Blake Sassaman
Heat 3 -- 10:36 a.m.
Grand Final -- 4:15 p.m.
3rd Varsity 8+ Coxswain: Jennifer Yang-Wong, 8: Chad Kanner, 7: Joshua Gatcke, 6: Dimitri Katsanos, 5: Robert Danziger, 4: Thomas, Walker, 3: Chris Cacace, 2: Deion Payne, 1: Aiden McAleer
Heat 3 -- 9 a.m.
Grand Final -- 3 p.m.
The lightweight squad opens competition with the first heat of the third varsity boats. The Hoyas will race Yale, Cornell, Harvard and Dartmouth from lane five. Georgetown's varsity 8+ also earned an Ivy League-heavy slate, racing Cornell, Princeton, Penn, and Dartmouth from lane five as well. Closing out the morning, the Blue & Gray goes up against Harvard, Navy Cornell and Dartmouth from lane four in the second varsity 8+ race.
"We're excited for Eastern Sprints this year," varsity lightweight coach Lee Rumpf said. "Each boat has improved drastically over the course of the season and even more-so over the course of the whole year. It's our expectation that all three varsity 8s finish top-six in the league, which would mean finishing top-two in each of our heats."
Coxswain: Ryan Zuccala, 8: Hector Formoso-Murias, 7: Olivier Malle, 6: Kevin McGowan, 5: John Dolan, 4: Joe Cecil, 3: Kiefer Mueller, 2: Conor McCarrick, 1: Artym Hayda
Heat 1 -- 9:48 a.m.
Grand Final -- 4:45 p.m.
2nd Varsity 8+
Coxswain: Leigh Miron, 8: Liam Lafferty, 7: Jonah Conlin, 6: Jack Sardinia, 5: Cass Boehm, 4: Tommy Ruggles, 3: Chris Graff, 2: Jordi Perez, 1: Jake Lockwood
Heat 1 -- 10:48 a.m.
Grand Final -- 3:30 p.m.
3rd Varsity 8+
Coxswain: Hannah Elwell, 8: William Mangan, 7: Ben Stern, 6: Tyler Little, 5: Jack Price, 4: John Matthews, 3: Reid Noch, 2: Brendan Fish, 1: Thomas Dameris
Heat 1 -- 8:20 a.m.
Grand Final -- 2:15 p.m.