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Headed upstream doing a ‘Power Ten" into the finish line in a very close race one second before Seattle Pacific, the team strains as the coxswain looks over her shoulder to check where the finish line is located during the Corvallis Regatta.
Novice women launch a shell on the Willamette River on a brisk Saturday morning practice.
Men's Varsity 8
Pacific 10 Rival — OSU 2nd. 5:46 Pacific Coast Rival Second 5:46 Cal Davi First 5:50.53 Santa Barbara First 5:53 Tn-Cilies Regatta First 5:54 22 Pacific Coa t Final Second 6:22.72 Pacific Coast Champ First 6.04.6 Corvallis Invitational Regatta First
Women's Varsity 8
Pacific Coa t Rival Third 6:30 Cal Davi First 7:01 37 Santa Barbara First 6:56.00 Tri-Cilie Regatta Second 7.03.02 Pacific Coast Finals Third 9.04.2
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After sleeping in on a Saturday morning, novice men launch a 280 lb„ 60' shell into the Willamette River for a weekend practice session.
After practice, the 7V lb., 12W long carbon fiber blades are housed upright in the new boat house.
Novice light weights hands are taped before practice on double-day workout to prevent blisters from getting worse for Sharon Pickens and Shelena Hofmann.
Students were able to become acquainted with the sport of crew through P.E. classes.
"We teach everyone how to row in a P.E. class," said Emigh. "People who want to continue can elect to do that."
When the racing season arrived, rowers were selected on the basis of running, weight lifting and rowing tests.
Awards for the women went to Shannon Staehlin, Outstanding Novice; Candace Walters, Outstanding Lightweight; Peggy McDowell, Outstanding Openweight; Tanya Essman
and Sandy Beyer, Most Improved; and Robin Cooper, Most Inspirational and Outstanding Senior.
For the men's team, awards were received by Ed Grose, Most Improved Oarsman; Sam Davis, Outstanding Novice; Mac Whisler, Outstanding Junior Varsity Heavyweight; Tucker Green, Outstanding Junior Varsity Lightweight; Dan McGill and Chris Somers, Outstanding Lightweight Oarsmen; and Jeff Petersen, Outstanding Senior Oarsman and Outstanding Heavyweight Oarsman.
Tucker Green, a 20-year-old
sophomore in Business, received the Outstanding JV Lightweight award. Before coming to OSU, he rowed for three years in a Los Gatos Rowing Club.
"I've never been on more of a team," commented Green. "Practice is even,’ day of the year, two to five hours per day."
Whisler's comments were much the same. He noted the 5:30 a.m. practices during finals week. "It takes some time — 20 to 30 hours per week. But it's really difficult to leave it after you've been rowing for as long as I have." □ bv Laura Larsen
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The ball awaits the approach of Susan Rako .y's club during practice at the Corvallis Country Club.
Senior Karen Campbell shows her consistent style as she sends the ball down the fairway.
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