The Lions put forth solid efforts while battling less than ideal conditions at the EARC Sprints Sunday.
The heavyweight and lightweight rowing teams will look to take some recent success and momentum with them to EARC Sprints this Sunday, May 14 on Lake Quinsigamond.
The Lions earned a first-place finish in the varsity eight, edging Navy to repeat as Stevenson Cup winners.
The Lions will vie for the Stevenson Cup against Navy with George Washington and Hobart rowing as guests in Mercer County, New Jersey Sunday.
The Lions' varsity eight finished behind the Terriers by four seconds as BU took the Doc Lusins Trophy.
The Lions take on the Orange and Terriers in Liverpool, New York. The races will be streamed live on Cuse.TV.
Yale used a strong start of the gates in the varsity eight to top the Penn and Columbia heavyweights to retain the Blackwell Cup on its home water Saturday morning.
The regatta will feature three races against Yale and Penn, beginning with the varsity eight at approximately 8:45 a.m. There will be a live broadcast on the Ivy League Digital Network.
Princeton's heavyweight varsity eight retained the Childs Cup for the eighth straight time as they knocked off Columbia and Penn Saturday morning on Lake Carnegie.
The Lions, Quakers and Tigers will now race on Lake Carnegie due to potential flooding on the Schuykill River. Saturday marks the 106th running of the race.
The Lions bounced back from an early defeat to Dartmouth and topped MIT to retain the Alumni Cup in less than ideal racing conditions.
The Lions will look to continue another streak and retain the Alumni Cup against MIT for the seventh straight time at Overpeck Park.