Tomford emphasized that focus and discipline are imperative for success.
"You really have to focus on your own boat and get tunnel vision," she said.
Lightweights Look to Regain Title
"We've really come together as a boat," Rebecca Marks said. "We've settled into a line-up and have several moves we can count on for a strong race."
The lightweight division is smaller, and will be decided in only one race. Radcliffe faces Princeton, UVA, and Wisconsin. Princeton is the favored boat, with the remaining crews evenly ranked among national polls.
Radcliffe has squared off against UVA twice this year, losing by .6 seconds each time.
"We've picked up speed since then," Rebecca Marks said. "With four boats, anything can happen."
Princeton Beats M. Crew, Radcliffe TriumphsThe No. 8 Radcliffe heavyweight crew was the bright spot on an otherwise uneventful weekend for the Harvard and Radcliffe
W. Heavies Outpace B.U., MITThe Radcliffe varsity and lightweight crews dominated their competition Saturday, building important momentum for Eastern Sprints in two weeks. With
Radcliffe Varsity Qualifies for NCAA'sAmidst moving boxes and final exams, the Radcliffe heavyweight crew will be getting ready for a big dance. With a
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Surprise Upsets Take Down RadcliffeOn two different rivers, both Radcliffe crews experienced the same disappointment Saturday—unexpected defeat. In Princeton, the No. 1 lightweight squad
SEASON RECAP: Youth Leads The WayThe 2007 spring season for the Radcliffe lightweight crew was not one for the record books. During the dual season,