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 head into EARC Sprints on a high-note, topping Drexel for their second V8 win of the year.
The Lions will look to build on a pair of strong performances last weekend against the Dragons Saturday.
The Lions earned a clean-sweep, topping Dartmouth by open-water margins in three races Sunday morning. Columbia's varsity eight victory earned them the Subin Cup.
Columbia went toe-to-toe with Cornell in a trio of races in arguably its strongest competition of the spring.
The Lions take on Cornell and MIT for the Geiger Cup Saturday before taking on Dartmouth and Mercyhurst in the Subin Cup Regatta. Both races will be streamed on ILDN.
The varsity eight competed in an entertaining varsity eight race that saw all three squads push each other, however, Yale picked up the Dodge Cup for the 39th time in the trophy's history.
The Lions will send three crews to the water Saturday against Yale and Penn. The regatta will be broadcast live on the Ivy League Digital Network.
The varsity eight was edged by just two seconds in the first race of the day as the Midshipmen took the WIT Cup for the first time since it was reintroduced in 2014.
The Lions will compete in a rare day-night doubleheader, facing Navy in Annapolis for the WIT Cup in the morning before traveling up I-95 to face Georgetown and Harvard at Overpeck Park.
The Lions battled against strong competition and less than ideal conditions, but fell to Princeton in a trio of races.