Saturday, May 26, 2012

Results: SRAA National Championships




Malvern rowing had a great day at the Scholastic National Rowing Championships in Camden, NJ. Malvern rowers won two national championships in the Varsity Light Quad and Varsity Heavy Quad events.  Malvern finished 3rd in the Varsity Heavy Double and 6th in the Junior Quad events. Malvern's Varsity Quad has won this event six consecutive years.


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Monday, May 21, 2012

Stotesbury 2012 Results

Malvern rowing had a fair day at Stotesbury, winning three medals but no victories. Malvern finished 2nd in the Varsity Double, finishing third in the Varsity Light Double, and the Varsity
Quad. The Malvern boys raced well but came up short in the varsity races.
It was great to see the alumni turnout cheering the team on.
Malvern rowers race next weekend at Scholastic National Rowing
Championships in Camden, NJ.
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Sunday, May 13, 2012

2012 USRowing Mid-Atlantic Junior District Championships Results

Malvern raced at the USRowing Mid-Atlantic Regionals on Saturday at Mercer Lake, NJ. Malvern rowers qualified three boats to race at the USRowing Youth National Rowing Championships in Oakridge, Tennessee on June 9th to 12th. Malvern won the Heavy Varsity Double and finished 2nd in the Varsity Light Double and Varsity Heavy Quad. Malvern finished 2 seconds behind Conestoga in the Varsity Quad.
Malvern looks forward to competing in the Stotesbury Regatta which begins this Friday.
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Sunday, May 06, 2012

Malvern wins 4 Philadelphia City Championships



Malvern Rowing had a great day at the Philadelphia City Rowing Championships. Malvern rowers won theNovice Quad, Varsity Light Double, Varsity Light Quad, and Varsity Heavy Quad.  Malvern finished 2nd in the Varsity Heavy Double, Novice Double, and Novice single, finishing fifth in the JV Double.

Malvern won the Varsity Quad won for the 7th straight year in a row.  The Varsity Quad of Austin Velte, Mike Lewers, Alex Stoczko and Jeremy Gonzalez  won by 1.80 seconds after finishing 4th in the morning time trial.

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