Men's Crew Opens With Strong Performance on the Potomac

The Hoyas opened the 2013-14 season on the Potomac

Oct. 1, 2013

WASHINGTON - Opening the 2013-14 season in the comforts of home, the Georgetown men's crew team had a fine showing at the 33rd Annual Head of the Potomac regatta on Sunday. The Hoyas sported multiple boats in the Varsity Eight race, led by GU's A Boat's second-place finish (14:11.7). The B and C Boats claimed sixth and seventh place finishes, respectively.

In the Four-with, the Georgetown Varsity Four took home a second-place finish as well, finishing just behind the U.S. Naval Academy by fewer than 15 seconds.

Results:

Men’s Club Eight – 2nd place – 14:11.7

HWT A Boat: Stroke Jack O'Donnell, Hayden Pascal, Robby Danziger, Lazar Zdravkovic, Chris Cacace, John Absher, John Oswald, Bow Bram Ouweleen, Coxswain Josephine Moore.

Men’s Club Eight – 6th place – 14:31.3

HWT B Boat: Stroke William Halle, Westford Lang, Mike Lewers, Corso Rosati, Raymond Dunn, John Haviland, Brian Hecht, bow Vaughan Merrick and coxswain Sydney Green.

Men’s Club Eight – 7th place – 14:51.5

HWT C Boat: Stroke Gar Ditz, Stephen Lim, Patrick McCarthy, Nick Biederman, Chris Sparacino, Alex Mauboussin, Derek Boyse, bow John Stopper and Coxswain Colette Gilner.

Men's Four-with – 2nd place – 15:39.2

HWT: Stroke Ben Holtzmuller, James McDermott, Graham Miller, James Nelson, and Coxswain Bethany Biszko

 


 

 

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