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2015 Bulldog Varsity 8+ at NCAAs
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2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

Head Coach
Glenn Putyrae, 14th year

2015 Finish

  • Team - WCC Champs, 17th at NCAAs
  • Varsity 8 - WCC Champs, 15th at NCAAs
  • 2nd Varsity 8 - 2nd at WCCs, 19th at NCAAs
  • Varsity 4 - 2nd at WCCs, 17th at NCAAs

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 8

2016 Seniors - 9

2016 Outlook
"This year’s team has been working hard and is excited to start the Championship segment of the season. They are a driven group led by a strong senior class which has helped change the expectations of what is possible on and off the water for the entire team. They have great support in the other three classes and we are encouraged by the depth they are creating. As always we will have several opportunities to see how our best compares with the rest of the country as we prepare for the increasingly competitive West Coast Conference Championships."
-Head Coach Glenn Putyrae

2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2011 | 2010
 March 25, 2016
 March 19, 2016
row2k Interview - Gonzaga's Naseeb Bhangal
row2k continues it's preview of the 2014 Spring Collegiate racing season with an interview with Gonzaga senior women's coxswain Naseeb Bhangal, who accidentally started rowing her freshmen year and occasionally beatboxes while coxing.

Senior Tales: The Last Autumn
As fall racing wraps up, three college seniors reflect on their rowing career, head racing season, teammates, and life after collegiate rowing.



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2014 Bulldog Varsity 8+ at the IRAs
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2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

Head Coach
Dan Gehn, 22nd year

2015 Finish

    Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes -

    2016 Seniors - 4

    2016 Outlook
    "We are very young this year and have only 4 seniors none of which were in the Varsity 8 last year. The underclassmen are a tight knit group and many of them rowed in the JV the last two years and were very successful. The frosh class has some very big, strong novices that will have an impact on the upper boats. I wouldn’t call this a building year but definitely a year to gain that much needed Varsity 8 race experience and learn how to compete at a higher level."
    -Head Coach Dan Gehn

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     March 5, 2016