The University of Iowa rowing program travels to Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to compete in the Tennessee Invitational on Melton Hill Lake Sunday, May 1. The Hawkeyes meet Tennessee, Clemson, and UCF in head-to-head competition starting at 2:45 p.m. (CT).
The University of Iowa rowing team has made great strides in three seasons under Andrew Carter, the program's third head coach. The Hawkeyes are striving to take the next leap forward with an NCAA Championship appearance in 2016.
The University of Iowa rowing program traveled to Wisconsin to compete in the Big Ten/Big 12 Double Dual this weekend, facing Kansas, Wisconsin’s Lightweight, Minnesota, and Oklahoma crews.
The 19th-ranked University of Iowa rowing program travels to Baraboo, Wisconsin, to compete in the Big Ten/Big12 Double Dual on Devil’s Lake Saturday, April 23. The Hawkeyes meet Kansas and Wisconsin’s lightweight crews in the morning session beginning at 8:30 a.m. (CT). In the afternoon session, which begins at 1 p.m., Iowa will face Minnesota and Oklahoma.
A runner-up result in the 1V4+ highlighted day two of Lake Natoma Invitational action for the University of Iowa women's rowing team Sunday. Facing top crews in No. 12 Wisconsin, No. 15 Gonzaga, and No. 18 Notre Dame, the...
The No. 16 University of Iowa women's rowing team finished runner-up in six events at the Lake Natoma Invitational Saturday. The Hawkeyes faced elite national crews from No. 1 Brown, No. 2 California Berkeley, No. 15 Gonzaga, No. 18 Notre Dame, and Sacramento State.
The University of Iowa women’s rowing team travels to Gold River, California, to compete in the Lake Natoma Invitational at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center April 16-17. No. 16 Iowa will go up against No. 1 Brown, No. 2 California Berkley, No. 7 Stanford, No. 12 Wisconsin, No. 15 Gonzaga, No. 18 Notre Dame, Sacramento State, and Loyola Marymount Los Angeles. Competition is set to begin Saturday and end following a Sunday morning session.