Seven University of Iowa rowing student-athletes have earned Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) recognition. Senior Beth Baustian led the way for the Hawkeyes with a Region 4 first team All-Region nod, while sophomore Izzy Dolba garnered Region 4 second team All-Region honors.
The University of Iowa rowing team went head-to-head against seven rival schools Sunday in the 2016 Big Ten Rowing Championship, finishing fifth in the team championship with 95 points, the second highest championship total in program history. It is the highest championship finish by the Hawkeyes since 2009.
Due to high winds the 2016 Big Ten Championships schedule has been altered. The competition will consist of finals only, beginning at 6 a.m. (CT) on Sunday, May 15 at Eagle Creek Park.
For the University of Iowa women's rowing team, opportunity knocks this weekend at the 2016 Big Ten Championships. The Hawkeyes have a chance to race their way to the program's first NCAA Championships appearance in 15 years.
Seniors Katie Brown (rowing) and Charles Holliday (men's swimming and diving) were chosen as the University of Iowa's recipients of the annual Big Ten Conference Postgraduate Scholarship.
The University of Iowa rowing program is set to travel to Indianapolis, Indiana, to compete in the 2016 Big Ten Rowing Championship at Eagle Creek Park, May 14-15. Racing is set to begin at 4 p.m. (CT) on Saturday, and 8 a.m. (CT) on Sunday.
When they are away from water or the P. Sue Beckwith Boathouse, they are known as Nina, Zoe, Ashley, Kaelynn, Izzy, Cristy, Hannah, Beth, and Katie. But during practice and competition, they are recognized only through the oneness of being members of the University of Iowa 1V8+ boat. No individuals, just eight rowers and a coxswain working in unison.