• The Hens Sweep Knecht Cup
  • Delaware Rowers Advance to Pan American Games
  • Delaware Wins the Men’s Points Trophy at Dad Vails for the Second Consecutive Year
  • Lightweights Battle Columbia, Heavyweights Race Past Rutgers
  • Hens Perform at Princeton Chase

The Hens Sweep Knecht Cup

The full force of Delaware Crew took to the Cooper River this past weekend to compete in the Knecht Cup. The weather and water were fair, good racing conditions for the Hens. The competition was stiff, the Hens facing off against University of Michigan and Colgate University. But the opposition was no match for the Hens who quickly sped down the course. In every 8+ category the Hens saw success….

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Lightweights battle Pennsylvania, Heavyweights battle the wind

This past weekend the Blue Hens continued their season with their second races. The Lightweights competed in Philadelphia against University of Pennsylvania, Temple University and M.I.T. The Heavyweights headed down to Fairfax, Virginia to compete in the  Occoquan Sprints.     The weather in Philadelphia was perfect for a race, Mid-50s with only a slight headwind and a good tail current. The Hens raced hard, the 1v and 2v finishing just…

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Delaware Rowers Advance to Pan American Games

Congratulations to Will Purman ’13, Cooper Hurley ’18 and Jimmy McCullough ’19 for their performance down in Rio last week at the Pan American Qualifier Regatta. Will, representing Puerto Rico, finished 6th in the A Final for the Mens Single Sculls. Cooper and Jimmy, representing USA, finished 3rd in the B Final for the Mens Lightweight Double Sculls and 6th in the A Final for the Mens Quadruple Sculls. All three…

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Delaware Wins the Men’s Points Trophy at Dad Vails for the Second Consecutive Year

In perfect conditions on the Schuylkill River, the Delaware Blue Hens captured the Dr. Thomas Kerr Trophy for Men’s Overall Points at the Dad Vail Regatta for the second consecutive year after medalling in six of their eight grand finals. Starting the day off strong, freshman heavyweight James Poll took silver in the Men’s Single with junior lightweight Brian Kungl taking fourth. The Freshman Four pulled into the medal dock…

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