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End of season wrap-up 2011

posted Jun 25, 2011, 8:06 PM by Michael Gibson   [ updated Sep 29, 2011, 6:26 PM by TJ Crew Webmaster ]
Virginia State Championship
Our men's and women's boats had a strong year, and finished at or near the top at all regattas throughout the season. At States our second men's boat won silver and our first boat came in fourth. Our women's first, second and junior varsity boats all won bronze. At the Ted Phoenix regatta for lower boats our freshman men's eight won gold and our freshman women's eight came in fourth.

Stotesbury Cup Regatta
The team competed at the annual Stotesbury Cup Regatta in Philadelphia on May 20-21, the largest and most prestigious high school regatta in the country, with over 185 schools and 5,000 rowers from the U.S. and Canada. Most boats are eliminated in the time trials, but five of our boats advanced to the semis, and two boats, the men's and women's second eights, reached the finals.

Scholastic Rowing Association National Championship Regatta
TJ Crew traveled to Camden, NJ on May 27-28 to compete in the national scholastic competition, rowing against some of the fastest boats in the country. All our boats excelled. Two of our boats, the men's and women's second eights, advanced to finals, and the men's and women's first eights advanced to petite finals.

Congratulations
Washington Post All-Mets: Will Richhart and Colleen Maher, honorable mention Erin Slatery.
Our seniors: Connor Barrett, Daniel Choo, Matthew Craddock, William Dalton, Ashutosh Goel, Alexander Hoffman, Garrett Hoppin, Kevin Kim, Karthik Krishnan, Will Richhart, Joowon Choi, Brenna Darroch, Jin Kim, Elizabeth King, Rebecca Kolkmeyer, Kaitlin Kressin, Sara Suarez, Julia Truelove, Olivia Walton
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