Crews lose to the winds at ECAC rowing regatta (05/10/2009)
COOPER RIVER, N.J. --- The Colby College crews lost out to the winds on Sunday at the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) National
Invitational Rowing Championships at Cooper River.
Crews compete at New England Championships (05/02/2009)
WORCESTER, Mass. --- The Colby College varsity crews each finished in fifth place in their heats at the New England Rowing Championships on Saturday.
Men's varsity 4 boat first at home meet (04/25/2009)
SIDNEY, Maine --- Colby College’s men’s varsity 4 boat defeated University of New Hampshire in racing on Messalonskee Lake on Saturday.
Two crews take first at Presidents Cup races (04/19/2009)
LEWISTON, Maine --- The Colby College women’s varsity 8 placed second and the men were third during the Presidents Cup rowing competition on Sunday against Bates College and Bowdoin College.
Crews second, fourth on Lake Quinsigamond (04/18/2009)
WORCESTER, Mass. --- The Colby College men’s varsity 8 took second out of three boats and the women’s crew was fourth out of five in racing at Lake Quinsigamond on Saturday.
Varsity crews both second in races at Lowell (04/12/2009)
LOWELL, Mass. --- The Colby College varsity 8 crews each placed second in competition Saturday against Coast Guard Academy and University of Massachusetts-Lowell.
Crews both third in spring season opener (04/04/2009)
WORCESTER, Mass. --- The Colby College varsity crews each placed third out of four boats at the spring opener for crews on Saturday.
Crews compete at Head of the Charles (10/19/2008)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. --- The Colby College men’s crew placed 22nd and the women’s crew took 31st after suffering a penalty at the Head of the Charles Regatta on Sunday.
Crews each place fifth at Snake Regatta (10/12/2008)
WORCESTER, Mass. --- The Colby College varsity 8 crews each finished in fifth place out of 21 boats at the Quinsigamond Snake Regatta on Sunday.
Crews open season at Textile River Regatta (10/05/2008)
LOWELL, Mass. --- The Colby College women’s open four placed fourth out of 25 boats as the fall crew season started with the Textile River Regatta on Sunday.