WELCOME TO GSU CREW
In Oakridge, Tennessee Georgia State arrived early in order to complete their time trials for the day. Boats would race once in the morning on a shortened course, staggered in head race fashion, in order to place into a final later in the day. Entered at SIRA was a women's 2-, which placed into B Finals, and won 1st in their B Final by over a minute. A men's 2- also raced, which was the first pair race for both rowers that day, and their time trial placed them in a B Final as well. The women's novice 4+ came in fourth in their final, and the men's novice 4+ did not place into any final as their heat was so big.
Lots of progress was made in terms of small boats, as the two pairs gained more experience in order to prep for ACRA.
On April 1st, Georgia State traveled to Clemson, South Carolina for a beautiful day of racing. The first entry of the day was a women's novice 4+ which replaced the women's varsity 4+ previously raced at John Hunter. The next race was the women's open 2-, which was the first pair race for both rowers, who placed in 3rd. The next race was the men's varsity 4+ who managed to shave off more seconds still from their course time earlier in the season. Following them was the men's novice 4+ who brought their course time down over thirty seconds from John Hunter several weeks earlier. Finishing off the day was the mixed open 8+, where rowers of both genders competed, earning the fastest course time of the day for the team.
Thursday: 5-7 AM
Friday: 5-7 AM
Saturday: 1-3 PM
Sunday: 1-3 PM
Rowing Club at Georgia State University