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2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010

Head Coach
Kevin Sauer, 22nd year

2016 Finish

  • Team - ACC Champs, 3rd at NCAAs
  • Varsity 8 - ACC Champs, 5th at NCAAs
  • 2nd Varsity 8 - ACC Champs, 4th at NCAAs
  • Varsity 4 - ACC Champs, 3rd at NCAAs
  • 2nd Varsity 4 - ACC Champs
  • 3rd Varsity 8 - ACC Champs

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 5

2017 Seniors - 15

2017 Outlook
"Team did a good job on their own from Thanksgiving to January. Working hard to get better every day."
-Head Coach Kevin Sauer

2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010
 April 11, 2015
 April 4, 2015
 March 29, 2015
 March 28, 2015
Virginia's Grace Tuttle
This week's interview is with fifth-year senior Grace Tuttle from Virginia. Tuttle quit the sport after high school and told the UVA coaches she was never doing it again. Now she is the team captain.

Virginia's Sam Casto
This week's feature is an interview with Virginia junior rower Sam Casto. Casto picked up the sport as a novice at Georgia Tech, and has since transferred to UVa and raced as the USA W1x at the 2014 U23 World Championships, finishing 10th.

Collegiate Rower of the Year
While USRowing maintains a strong and long tradition of rewarding excellence in rowing, 2012 marks the second year that the rowing community will be invited to participate by nominating and voting for their favorite athletes and coaches of the year through the second annual USRowing "Fan's Choice" Awards. Vote now!

Collegiate Coach of the Year
While USRowing maintains a strong and long tradition of rewarding excellence in rowing, 2012 marks the second year that the rowing community will be invited to participate by nominating and voting for their favorite athletes and coaches of the year through the second annual USRowing "Fan's Choice" Awards. Vote now!

Virginia's Martie Kuzzy
Virginia senior Martie Kuzzy has won gold at Junior Worlds, raced at U23s, and helped put the Hoos over the top at the NCAAs. She's come a long way from Nordic skiing--the sport that took her brother to the Olympics--and tells row2k that rowing and family have taught her how success is sweeter when shared.

Virginia's Jennifer Cromwell
Virginia's Jennifer Cromwell grew up in a very athletic family and found rowing during high school in Seattle. She has spent the last three seasons stroking the UVa Varsity 8+, and is looking to cap her career in style this spring. The Cavalier senior is the subject of this week's row2k Interview.



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Virginia Varsity 8+ at 2016 Chase
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Head Coach
Frank Biller, 8th year

2016 Finish

  • Varsity 8 - 3rd at ACRA
  • 2nd Varsity 8 - 2nd at ACRA
  • Varsity 4 - 6th at ACRA
  • Freshmen 8 - 5th at ACRA

Returning Varsity 8+ Athletes - 5

2017 Seniors - 12

2017 Outlook
"It is a very exciting group this year, with plenty of 3rd years pushing forward as well as dragging along the 2nd years and novices. Doesn’t everybody want a strong junior class? It’s definitely fun. The results will be what they are, our attention and concern is entirely on the process, the journey, and having fun while at it. Results don’t justify anything. We will definitely start a little slower this year – we have a long season ahead of us with Henley on the horizon. Early season competition will not be important."
-Head Coach Frank Biller

2015 | 2014 | 2011
 April 11, 2015
 April 10, 2015
Virginia's Jonathan Furlong
row2k wraps our series of spring collegiate preview features with an interview with Virginia senior oarsman Jonathan Furlong. Furlong is a fifth year senior who took off last year to make the USA U23 squad and is now back back in the boat for UVa for one last run.

Virginia's Forrest Brown
row2k starts off our 2012 collegiate previews featuring an interview with Virginia Freshmen rower Forrest Brown. Forrest raced in the St. Andrew's crew that made the PE Final at last year's Henley Royal Regatta and is now bringing his leadership and experience to the UVa novice squad.