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2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011

Head Coach
Brian Dawe, 8th year

2016 Finish

  • Team - 7th at NERC, 8th at NCIR
  • Varsity 8 - 6th at NERC, 7th at NCIR
  • 2nd Varsity 8 - 9th at NERC, 9th at NCIR
  • 3rd Varsity 8 - 6th at NERC, 7th at NCIR

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 5

2017 Seniors - 3

2017 Outlook
“Just when they finally get it, our oarswomen graduate. We have said good-bye to some great ones in the past two years. Luckily the last two classes are filled with fast learners who race well in any conditions. Tufts won both 'A' and 'B' categories for novice collegiate eights at the Head of the Fish; they are motivated. We moved up a place at the Head of the Charles, so we remain broadly competitive. Our problem is in the particulars – on Tax Day we will race Wellesley (NCAA Champions), Wesleyan (3rd), and Bates (4th). None of them show any signs of slowing down. Unless we can pull a lot more speed out of the hat we may again be the sixth fastest varsity eight in the country without a ticket to Lake Mercer in May. Youth, mysterious unpredictable youth, may be our biggest asset.”
-Head Coach Brian Dawe

2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013
 April 2, 2016

Open Men

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Jumbos at 2015 HOCR

Head Coach
Noel Wanner, 2nd year

2015 Finish

  • Varsity 8 - 8th at NERC
  • 2nd Varsity 8 - 7th at NERC
  • 3rd Varsity 8 - 4th at NERC

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 4

2016 Seniors - 7

2016 Outlook
"The team is embracing the idea of daily work and the endless quest for small improvements-- and finding that it's fun to row that way. To quote Mark Helprin: 'If you really want to enjoy life, you must work quietly and humbly to realize your delusions of grandeur.'"
-Head Coach Noel Wanner