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Regional Rivals Race Top 10 Crews

at White Rock Invite Regatta

 

On November 20th, Dallas rowing rivals Dallas United Crew (DUC), Jesuit Preparatory College, and White Rock Rowing faced off against visiting crew, Chicago Rowing Foundation (CRF). With exemplary results at USRowing’s 2021 Youth National Regatta, including three top 10 finishes in rowing’s fastest boats, Chicago elevated the competition for local crews.

 

Christening a temporarily installed seven-lane racecourse at White Rock Lake and coming off of head-race training, where crews row longer, 5,000-meter distances, the teams kicked off sprint training with 1,000-meter races -- half the distance that will decide the national championship. CRF brought only their top crews, while local clubs DUC, Jesuit and White Rock fielded multiple boats. Heats leveled the finals, sorting the fastest crews into head-to-head racing. CRF was the crew to beat, and they won each of the Varsity races, leaving local contenders to fight for second place; DUC answered the call.

 

Showing how they earned four, consecutive USRowing Central Region Eights titles, DUC’s Varsity Girls commanded seven-second leads over White Rock in both the eights and fours. 

 

The Varsity Boys races were hotly contested. In the eights, DUC followed CRF with a one-second lead over Jesuit and a time of 3:26 to Jesuit’s 3:27; White Rock was a distant 3:31.20.  Jesuit opted out of the fours event. White Rock is more competitive in the smaller boats. Vying for local bragging rights, it was neck-and-neck for DUC’s and White Rock’s top fours. They finished less than a second apart with DUC in the lead.

 

In the Junior Varsity (JV) and Novice events, DUC’s Boys JV eight took first place, besting Jesuit and White Rock. DUC’s Novice Boys Eight overwhelmed the field, leading them by two lenghts, and the DUC Novice Girls Eight trailed White Rock by just two seats for second place.

 

“Across the board we were pleased with our final Fall competition.  All of our boats finished ahead of our regional competitors which is a great set up as we head into the winter months.” assessed DUC Head Coach and Program Director, Steve Perry. 

 

Do you know a teen who would like to try rowing? DUC will offer a two-day rowing clinic December 18th and 19th for those new to the sport. No prior rowing experience is expected. (On average, collegiate rowers started their sport at age 14.) With 22 regional rowing titles and 60 collegiate recruits since 2012, DUC coaches show kids how to turn possibility into passion. Register now to get started!

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Dallas, Texas – Dallas United Crew (DUC) sent 37 athletes, hailing from twelve high schools – it’s largest contingent to date -- to Cambridge, MA, on October 24, to race in the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta (HOCR), the largest three-day rowing regatta in the world. On a picturesque day, the Charles River vividly reflected cerulean skies, colorful turning leaves and historic buildings. The chop was mild with winds at or under 12 mph.

The Head of the Charles is the premier international rowing Head race. Crews race a time trial format over a 4.5km challenging course best known for its bridges and hairpin turns with boats, some as long as semi-trailers, jockeying for position. Competition is fierce, not just for medals; earning a position in the top half of an event guarantees a crew a coveted invitation to return in 2022.

DUC’s Youth Varsity Girl’s Eight placed 34th of 76 boats.  Their performance earned a guaranteed entry to race next year. DUC’s coxswain and stern four, fresh off a Top 10 finish at Youth Nationals, followed stroke-seat Ellie Rodriguez, to the finish with the fastest time of any Central Region entry. Rodriguez is committed to row with 2021 NCAA Rowing Champion, The University of Texas.

DUC entered two boats In the Youth Varsity Boys Eight race, a field of 80 boats.  The Varsity crew raced a precise course to finish in the top third, besting all regional rivals and guaranteeing their return in 2022.  DUC’s under 17 (U17) Eight, back to racing after finishing eighth at Youth Nationals, sped through the course and gave DUC its best-ever finish at the Charles, coming in third among U17 entries.

The younger girls at DUC have also shown promise this fall, prompting Girls Head Coach, Amanda Perry to enter a U17 four in the regatta.  Although they finished eleventh out of thirteen, the crew gained invaluable experience, preparing them to take on the Charles, with its twists and turns in years to come. Rounding out Dallas United’s entries was the Boys Varsity Four, outperforming its starting position at 81st of 84 boats to finish 76th, just three seconds off rival Jesuit Prep over the three-mile course.

While at the event, the DUC Youth team cheered DUC alumni who are racing for some of the nation’s top colleges, including Georgetown, Northeastern, Colgate, University of Pennsylvania and the United States Naval Academy. “Rowing opens college doors for our high school athletes. The schools represented by our alumni are a testament to their dedication to the sport and how far rowing can take you” concludes Head Coach and Program Director, Steve Perry.

Though fall competition is underway, DUC continues to seek high school athletes who would like to try rowing. Those who are interested should contact DUC at info@DallasUnitedCrew.org for a one-week free trial.

DUC Rowers include:

Men’s Youth Varsity 8+ A: 

Archer Smith, Luke Schweizer, Peyton Lewis, Sam Tharp, Jack Haney, Landon Tinker, Clark Hobbs, J. Halverson, Kaila Galliford (coxswain)

 

Men’s Youth Varsity 8+ B (U17):  Matt Slear, Cole Farley, Daniel Sneed, Logan Betts, Jack Martin, Luke Blankenship, Jack Craycroft, Nate McNeill, Jeff Kang (coxswain)

 

Women’s Youth Varsity 8+: Ellie Rodriguez, Caroline Payseur, Sierra Ross, Olivia Till, Lauren O’Grady, Abby Fowler, Zeynap Akdora, Nora Thompson, Lucy Roberts (coxswain)

 

Men’s Youth Varsity 4+: Wes Hannfeld, Mitch Holter, Jack Puorro, Coleman Hayes, Caroline Craycroft (coxswain)

 

Women’s Youth Varsity 4+ (U17): Victoria Bell, Estelle Stout, Zoe Greene, Lente Van der Westhuizen, Claire Dwelle (coxswain)

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DUC Awards Varsity Letters Front row: Chloe Dietz; middle row (left to right): Ellie Rodriguez, Caroline Craycroft, and Luke Schweizer; back row: Archer Smith

Earning a high school varsity letter is a point of pride for generations of athletes. Now, thanks to Dallas United Crew (DUC) and its partner schools, rowers from four local high schools will share in the tradition and spirit of wearing their schools’ colors. Rowers from Bishop Lynch High School, Highland Park High School, Lakehill Preparatory School and Woodrow Wilson High School are now eligible for recognition alongside classmates from other sports like football, basketball, volleyball and swimming.

DUC and its partner schools first awarded varsity letters in the spring of 2020. The rowing coaches collaborated with each school’s athletic director to decide the criteria to earn the award, which recognizes athletes consistently rowing at the highest, varsity level as well as those who have shown dedication to the team by rowing three or more years with DUC.  Both oarsmen and coxswains are eligible. “We are fortunate and grateful to partner with BL, HP, Woodrow and Lakehill’s athletic departments to award their varsity letters to rowers,” says Program Director and Head Coach, Steve Perry. “Rowing adds to the sports schools can offer, and athletic departments that partner with DUC keep more kids active and learning through sport.”

Being recognized by their school with a varsity letter is not lost on this inaugural class of rowers.  “Earning a letter helped me feel a part of my community at school,” says Bishop Lynch junior, Ellie Rodriguez. Teammate, Caroline Craycroft, a Highland Park junior agrees, “Before this, I felt like I lived in divided worlds: school and rowing. This letter brought them together.”

Chloe Dietz, a Woodrow Wilson senior and Columbia University recruit, acknowledges, “Getting my letter was very symbolic of all of my hard work.” Rowers train six days a week, year-round; a varsity letter communicates their dedication and lends scholastic endorsement of their sport on college applications.

 

Woodrow Wilson High School: Chloe Dietz, Luke Schweizer, Elizabeth Welty, Garrett Botsch and Hudson Price

Bishop Lynch High School: Ellie Rodriguez, Archer Smith

Lakehill Preparation School: Anders Ekstrom

Highland Park High School: Grace Condon, Ava Craycroft, Kate Corey, Georgia Wellborn, Caroline Craycroft and Drew Favors

 

Coach Perry hopes to expand the spotlight. “Our high school team draws athletes from 26 area high schools. DUC would welcome the chance to partner with any of them to recognize achievement in the sport of rowing. Varsity letters are just one aspect of how we can work together. We also team for off-campus PE credit, National Letter of Intent (NLI) Signing celebrations, and scholar-athlete awards.”

Dallas United Crew is a non-profit organization located on the eastern shores of White Rock Lake. Middle- and High-schoolers interested in learning to row are invited to register for a summer Learn-to-Row camp. Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Details are available at DallasUnitedcrew.org.

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Pulling together to move forward

The school year looks different with remote learning for many and some sports being cancelled. Students more than ever need a way to get outdoors, get some physical activity and safely connect with friends.  Rowing just may be the perfect sport for students looking to find a new sport.

Rowing is the equalizer in team sports with all athletes working together as one – no individual star player. When a student steps into a boat for the first time, their teammates are literally and figuratively in the same boat – learning a new sport together. There’s something transformational as the students work together on balance and synchronization to move together as one cohesive boat not eight individuals, creating a sense of confidence and accomplishment for all. 

A little known fact, rowing is growing nationally at 27%, and this emergent sport represents the best opportunity in youth athletics to earn a collegiate scholarship.  

Student athletes at Dallas United Crew will be heading back to the boats at White Rock Lake to begin their training for the rowing fall season. We equip students for success on and off the water with abundant life lessons learned in a racing shell: accountability, resilience, integrity and perseverance to name a few.  DUC invites students in 6th to 11th to try rowing this fall.  For more information about our fall programming and safety protocols, please visit our website at dallasunitedcrew.org or contact info@dallasunitedcrew.org.  

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Dallas United Crew's Womens' Varsity 8+ Gold (500 meter), Silver (4,000 meter) Grace Condon, Grace Clary, Ollantay Avila, Elizabeth Welty, Anna Savant, Ellie Rodriguez, Catherine Moore, Georgia Wellborn, Alyssandra Manganello (coxswain) (Hockaday)

Dallas United Crew’s (DUC) fall rowing season began on October 5, at the Head of the Oklahoma Regatta, racing against crews from Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Kansas, Florida, Nebraska, California and Utah in a 4,000-meter course along the Oklahoma River. In the fall, rowers welcome cooler fall temperatures as they race down the long course against the clock in what’s known as “head races” with staggered starts and the fastest time winning.

DUC continued its historically strong showing at this event striking gold not once, but four times, in addition to bringing home three silver and one bronze medal, with a total of sixty-four medals coming back to North Texas.

DUC’s powerhouse Men’s Varsity 8+ crew took gold in the 4,000-meter race beating national and regional rivals from Sarasota and Oklahoma City, respectively, with a convincing thirteen-second open-water lead over the next fastest boat.  Incredibly, the Women’s Varsity 4+ also took gold with the same thirteen-second open water win. “What’s extraordinary about these varsity squads’ dominance is that they are new lineups for us,” explained Steve Perry, DUC’s Program Director and Men’s Head Coach. “With a large graduating class last year, it opened up seats in our varsity boats for our younger up-and-coming rowers,” continued Perry.   “This demonstrates tremendous teamwork, hard work and dedication to pull off wins like this.”  

DUC’s Men’s 4+ and Women’s 8+ both placed second in their respectively in their 4,000-meter races with the Men’s 4+ just four seconds off first-place.  DUC dominated the nineteen-boat race with four of its six crews finishing in the top ten.

DUC’s Novice Rowers met this race with anticipation, as it was their first time to put their training to the test. The Novice Men’s 8+ competed in a hard-fought race with a very strong second place finish, and DUC’s Novice Women’s 8+ finished their event in third.  For DUC’s Mixed Novice 8+, with four girls and four boys racing in the same boat, they narrowly missed third place finish by just 1.5 seconds ending up in fourth place. “It is always an exciting time for these Novice athletes to compete in their first race,” stated Steve Perry, DUC’s Program Director. “The thrill and accomplishment of this first race is something they will remember for a lifetime.”

Saturday evening’s events culminated in the exciting 500-meter OG&E Night Sprints, an event that captivates the crowds with deafening cheers as the crews fly down the course in less than 90 seconds.  Foreshadowing the evening’s fireworks, DUC blasted to first in the Night Sprints with two crews crossing the finish in blazing fast times against a crowded field.  The DUC Varsity Women 8+ completed the 500-meter race in just eighty six seconds and the Varsity Men’s 8+ in just seventy six seconds.

Next on the fall regatta schedule for DUC is the Head of the Colorado in Austin, Texas. 

With a great start to the year, DUC is looking ahead to sprints in the Spring season and continuing to recruit.  Save the date for DUC’s Spring “Try-Us-Out” on November 16th. DUC offers rowing and dragon boating for athletes of all ages and abilities.  Visit DallasUnitedCrew.org to learn more.

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Arshay Cooper Will speak to local students about rowing opportunities

By Katrina Craycroft

Who has your back?  Who, through devotion, honor and example, has earned the right to serve you a heaping helping of tough love?  Most would answer “family”, but when you’re a kid, and instead of loving you, one parent abandons you, and the other lays you on the alter of their addiction.. who do you turn to?  In his memoir, Suga Water, author Arshay Cooper compels his readers to face this existence and how he changed sports history to rise above it. 

Cooper is frequently asked to speak to a variety of audiences including schools, graduations, conferences, churches and sports teams.  Living the promise that “Win or lose, rowing is the tool you use to fix things,” Cooper summarizes, “When I was angry, the erg (rowing machine) helped, when I needed peace, the water helped, when I needed discipline, the sport helped.”

On Thursday, September 12th at 7:00 pm, Dallas United Crew will present Arshay Cooper at Winfrey Point on the shores of White Rock Lake.  Cooper will speak of his own experiences and how we can make our boathouse a lighthouse for the community.  The event will be free to the public, visit dallasunitedcrew.org for tickets. Dallas United Crew is a registered 501(c)3 whose mission is to unite Dallas and empower live through rowing and dragon boating.

Arshay Cooper grew up on Chicago’s West Side.  The second of four children, he was born to a single mother who escaped the demons of her own abuse through crack cocaine.  Arshay’s family life was stable but frail.  For high school, Cooper opted into Chicago’s Manley Career Academy with dreams of becoming a chef.  Gangs were prevalent.  Distractedly bumping the wrong shoulder in a school hallway could get you jumped after school.  Protection and profit enticed young men, including Cooper’s brother, Shaundell, but the odds were against such decisions – one in three of the neighborhood’s young, black, men would die in the streets.  “[..] Being out there is like dying for a neighborhood you don’t even know. The homeboys tell you they’ve got your back, but weeks later you’re nothing but a memory.  There is no way I’m going to trade my life for a spray-painted shirt, a forty-ounce and an R.I.P. sign on the wall.” 

One day, a crew rowing shell showed up in the Manley school cafeteria.  Coaches were recruiting for a rowing team.  Cooper’s friend Preston wanted to check it out.  A crowd gathered around the coaches and equipment.  “Crew is not for everyone,” begins the program’s benefactor, “It is a thinking man’s sport.  It doesn’t matter if you have natural athletic abilities; what you need is discipline, commitment, focus and the ability to work well with others. [..] We are not just trying to give you the opportunity to row. We want to give you the opportunity to think outside the box, be young entrepreneurs, go to Ivy League colleges, and travel the US. [..]  This is a very white sport. [..] There are no all black crew teams.  You will be the first.”

Getting faster in rowing requires dedication.  Weeks of workouts build strength that mere days of rest can diminish.  Muscle memory requires constant practice.  Each person in the boat must make this commitment to himself and the team.  The oarsmen of Manley Crew faced inevitable distractions that could have easily derailed their training, but they held each other accountable, backed each other up and encouraged each other in each personal best, each improved practice.  They were ready to face their biggest race, “We’ve finally earned the one thing that we were searching for: respect.  [Coach] has worked hard to teach us to respect ourselves, our bodies, our time, our competitors, our teammates and crew culture.  When we finally figured that out, the world overflowed with an abundance of respect right into our laps.”

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DUC Varsity Girls Racing at Nationals placing 16th in the country
As the school year is upon us, the student athletes at Dallas United Crew will be heading back to the boats at White Rock Lake to begin their training for the rowing fall season.   For youth, rowing is the equalizer in team sports with all athletes working together as one – no individual star player. A little known fact, rowing is growing nationally at 27%, and this emergent sport represents the best opportunity in youth athletics to earn a collegiate scholarship.  
  
For those looking for a new sport, rowing is an alternative that offers students unique benefits. When a student steps into a boat for the first time, their teammates are literally and figuratively in the same boat – learning a new sport together. There’s something transformational as the students work together on balance and synchronization to move together as one cohesive boat not eight individuals, creating a sense of confidence and accomplishment for all. 
 
We equip students for success on and off the water with abundant life lessons learned in a racing shell: accountability, resilience, integrity and perseverance to name a few.  DUC invites students in 6th to 11th to try rowing this fall.  For more information about our fall programming and 8/24 Free Try It Out event, please visit our website at dallasunitedcrew.org or contact alex.binkowski@dallasunitedcrew.org.  
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Women’s Varsity 8+ Grace Condon, Georgia Wellborn, Katrina Csaky, Ellie Rodriguez, Kat Moore, Katie Hammonds, Sryia Dodda, Rachel Craycroft, Alyssa Manganello (coxswain)

Story by Katrina Craycroft:

Dallas United Crew (DUC), went head to head with the top youth rowers in the nation at the 25th annual USRowing Youth National Championship June 6-9 at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, FL. This premier youth rowing event featured racing in 18 different categories.  More than 1,600 athletes were in attendance, competing for 151 clubs and vying for a national championship title.  With over 12,000 championship youth rowing members, merely qualifying for Youth Nationals places these athletes among the superlative in their sport.

Returning to Youth Nationals for their fifth straight year, DUC qualified four boats, comprising 33 athletes after qualifying at USRowing’s Central Regional championships. DUC has earned recognition as a powerhouse team.  The categories DUC raced in, Men’s and Women’s Eights, Men’s Lightweight Eight, and Men’s Quads, are the fastest and most difficult in rowing, and to compete nationally in these races is impressive, particularly from the Central Region, where rowing is emergent and has yet to gain the popularity it has in the Midwest and coastal regions.

Returning to Youth Nationals after their 4th place finish in 2018, DUC’s Men’s Quad blazed through time trials in one of the largest fields (26 entries) to be among the nine teams automatically qualified for the semi-finals.  The four seniors landed in the B Final, competing for 7th through 12th rankings.  With their fourth place finish in the B Final, DUC landed among the top 10 quads in the nation.

Relatively young with only five seniors, DUC’s Men’s Eight raced in the most crowded field with 27 entries.  DUC fans were thrilled with the Eight’s best ever finish in time trials.  In repechages, DUC finished a mere two seconds off C Final qualifiers Atlanta Juniors for fourth place.  In the D Final, DUC battled against Boston’s Community Rowing, Inc. (CRI), rowing to a nail-biting photofinish, only four tenths of a second behind first place.

DUC’s Women’s Eight wowed fans in the repechages by qualifying for the second year in a row for the C Final, finishing third behind Portland’s Rose City Rowing Club and Boston’s CRI.  At an impressive 42 strokes per minute, DUC walked past New Trier and Dayton in the last 500 meters to finish fourth, earning a 16th place finish for the second year in a row. 

Returning for a second year to Youth Nationals, DUC Men’s Lightweight 8 landed in repechages after time trials, finishing seventh in the D Final.

Rowing is growing nationally at 27%, and this emergent sport represents the best opportunity in youth athletics to earn a collegiate scholarship.  Athletes interested in trying the ultimate team sport are encouraged to register for one (ore more!) of three four-day Learn to Row summer camps offered by DUC in July.

Women’s Varsity 8+

Grace Condon, Georgia Wellborn, Katrina Csaky, Ellie Rodriguez, Kat Moore, Katie Hammonds, Sryia Dodda, Rachel Craycroft, Alyssa Manganello (coxswain)

Men's Varsity 4X

Will Beck, Bryce Miltenberger, Andrew Schweizer, Mason Gosslee

Men’s Varsity 8+

Elliott Duessel, Nik Knapp, Kristoff Csaky, Connor Alexander, Anthony Wang, Jake Lawson, Anders Ekstrom, Ben Genender, Ava Craycroft (coxswain)

Men’s Lightweight 8+

Garrett Botsch, Henry Isom, Drew Ngo, Diego Avilla, Luca Whittlemore, Brian Huang, Kian Yank, Thomas Botsch, Devon Foley (coxswain)

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Dallas, Texas –Dallas United Crew (DUC) invites you to its first annual on-line raffle and silent auction.  The youth team hopes to raise more than $50,000 to purchase two sleek, high-performance, aero-dynamically-designed Hudson 8+ boats to upgrade its fleet. The new boats will allow DUC to retire older ones that weathered the outdoor elements prior to construction of our new boathouse.

 Buy for yourself or give unique and unforgettable gifts for

  • Valentine’s Day!
  • Easter!
  • Graduation!
  • Mother’s Day & Father’s Day!

The auction and raffle open Friday, January 18thand conclude 11:00 pm on January 26th.  Follow this link: Dallas United Crew Auction & Raffle for items you don’t want to miss, including:

Raffle of 2 premier tickets to Hamilton

Tickets to this Tony and Grammy Award-winning blockbuster have been historically hard to get.  Each raffle ticket buys you a chance of winning a pair of premium seats for May 1st at 7:30pm at the Music Hall at Fair Park. Two tickets, Orchestra Section D, Row N.  Parking is included.

 100K Miles on American Airlines

It’s time to get away on American Airlines! This package of 100,000 miles can get you: a round-trip flight to Europe or with advance planning, Asia or the Middle East; two round-trip tickets to paradise (e.g. Hawaii); or up to four round-trip domestic flights. These miles can be combined with others you might have or can purchase to make your traveling-dreams come true.

 Mavericks Game Tickets:

Bring your A-game to help cheer on the Mavs! Each of two auction packages includes four lower-level tickets and one Lot A parking pass.  Choose to bid for Wednesday, Feb 13th Mavs vs. The Heat or Tuesday, March 12th Mavs vs. Houston Rockets.  A not-to-miss event for your favorite sports fans! Tickets are Section 107 Row E, lower level.

Fine Wine:

Indulge your tastebuds with the purchase of one or more of three auction items featuring fine wine, including a 2009 Proprietary Blend Pluribus, 1.5L Magnum boasting stunning concentration, depth and power.

 Local buyers only.  Dallas United Crew is a registered 501c (3) nonprofit organization and donations are tax deductible.

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Mens 8+ wins gold in the night sprints Mason Gosslee, Nik Knapp, Eric Martin, Jake Lawson, Bryce Miltenberger, Andrew Schweizer, Anthony Wang, Ben Genender and coxswain, Ava Craycroft
Dallas United Crew (DUC) rowing team competed in its first fall regatta of the 2018-2019 Season at the Head of the Oklahoma regatta in Oklahoma City, OK on September 29-30, at the Boathouse District on the Oklahoma River. Great fall weather greeted the team as they navigated the twists, turns, bridges and competition of the 4000-meter course. DUC fielded twenty-nine boats with more than eighty athletes.
 
Dallas United won gold in an impressive seven events – three in youth rowing, two in masters adult rowing and two in adaptive Veterans - bringing home 47 gold medals.  DUC youth Varsity rowers earned a total of 55 medals overall, the most of any varsity club.
 
For the youth, summer training, with seven athletes rowing over one million meters on the ergometer and garnering boat naming rights, contributed to the wins. DUC’s Women’s Youth 8+ bested their closest competition, Southeast Regional Champions, Sarasota Crew, by a whopping ten seconds in the 4K head race. The Men’s Youth 8+, challenged US Rowing’s 2018 Youth Nationals Champions, Sarasota Crew, for dominance in the 4K head race, and were edged out of first place by a mere one second. 
 

For the first time in program history, DUC fielded a mixed master’s adult boat with 4 male and 4 female rowers whom raced to victory. DUC Adaptive Veterans earned two gold medals.

 
The sun went down; the lights went up, and the DUC Men’s Youth 8+ churned a jaw-dropping photo-finish to earn gold in the 500-meter Night Sprints.  Returning regional champions, DUC’s Women’s Youth 8+, finished .82 seconds behind a determined Sarasota Crew, earning silver.  
 
 
GOLD MEDALS
Varsity Women's Youth 8+ (4000 m)
Lightweight Men’s Youth 8+ (4000 m)
Varsity Men’s Youth 8+ (500 m)
Mixed Masters Men/Women 8+ (4000 m)
Masters Women 8+ (4000 m)
Adaptive Veterans Men’s (500 m – Heat 1)
Adaptive Veterans Men’s (500 m – Heat 2)
 
SILVER MEDALS
Varsity Men's 8+ (4000 m)
Varsity Women's 8+ (500 m)
Varsity Women’s 4+ (4000 m)
Varsity Men’s 4+ (4000 m)
 
BRONZE MEDALS
Masters Women 8+ (4000 m)
Adaptive Veterans Men’s (500 m)