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Cougar Crew Days
Fall 2013

Cougar men's crew has competed in rowing for 40 years and alumni and current rowers celebrated last spring. The WSU women's rugby squad won a second national championship in the spring, as well.


Categories: Athletics
Tags: Women athletes, Rowing, Rugby, Crew


Tools for training
Fall 2010
Early one afternoon in June, former head football coach Jim Walden drops by the newly-renovated WSU Athletics weight room to check in on the project.Just a few students are w...
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Athletic facilities, Weight training, Rowing, Baseball


Rowing 101
Summer 2009
So here I am, about to row with the Washington State women’s rowing team on the Snake River. This is not the first time I have rowed. That occurred a week before when I took some strokes in the new indoor rowing facility at the Bohler Athlet...
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Crew, Rowing


Cougar Crew Days - The old crew's back in town
Fall 2008
Eight graying heads lean forward in unison and then back as 16 oars slide into the water and propel the boat forward. A racing shell of 50-somethings streaks by the Wawawai Landing as a crowd of more than three dozen Washington State University...
Categories: Alumni, Athletics
Tags: Rowing, Crew


Marilyn Conaway: Charting new waters
Fall 2007
Ten years ago, as Marilyn Eylar Conaway ('56 Hist.) rowed an inflatable boat on an Alaskan lake, she pictured herself as a girl working the oars of her father's handmade boat.The thought recalled the simple joys of an idyllic childhood in Grand Co...
Categories: Alumni
Tags: Rowing


The pull of rowing
Summer 2002
Because rowing is more timing and rhythm than just strength, top athletes sometimes become frustrated. They must learn to be patient and accountable to their teammates.
Categories: Athletics
Tags: Rowing