Former California rower Erin Cafaro won a gold medal with the United States in the women's eight on Sunday Beijing time in the 2008 Summer Olympics at the Shunyi Rowing-Canoeing Park. The U.S. eight p
Photo Gallery | Aug. 13-14 Photos | Aug. 17 Photos | Aug. 18 Photos BEIJING, China - Sarah Whipple, in her first year as an assistant coach for the California women's crew, wrote a blog for CalBear
Prospective athletes interested in learning about becoming part of California women's crew should attend an informational gathering in the Club Meeting room inside Haas Pavilion at 3 p.m. on Wednesday
Former California rower and current U.S. Olympic alternate Julie Nichols placed fourth in the lightweight women's single scull on Sunday at the 2008 FISA World Rowing Senior and Junior Championships.
Former three-time All-American and Division II NCAA champion Sarah Whipple joined the California staff as an assistant coach, Golden Bears head coach Dave O'Neill announced today. Whipple spent the pa
Former California rower Erin Cafaro was named to the U.S. Olympic Rowing Team on Friday as part of the U.S. women's eight (W8+). In addition, former Golden Bear Laurel Korholz was named a U.S. assista
Former California rowers Scott Frandsen and Iva Obradovic qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympic Games at the Olympic Qualification Regatta that wrapped up on Wednesday on Malta Lake. Frandsen, competi
California alumnus Elliot Hovey qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the double scull today in the U.S. Rowing Olympic Trials on Lake Mercer. Hovey and California Rowing Club teammate Wes Pierma
California head coach Dave O'Neill, who led the Golden Bears to the Pac-10 championship last month, was named the 2008 Pac-10 Women's Co-Coach of the Year, Cal freshman rower Mary Jeghers earned the P
California placed four members of the Golden Bears' varsity eight on the 2008 Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Women's Division I All-America teams and Cal assistant coach Sara Nevin was n
Nineteen student-athletes from California's Pac-10 championship team earned recognition on the 2008 Pac-10 Women's Rowing All-Academic teams, as announced last week by Pac-10 Commissioner Tom Hansen.
California's varsity eight took fourth place and the host Golden Bears took third place overall with 53 points at the NCAA Division I Women's Rowing Championships on Sunday on Lake Natoma. Defending N