Crimson staff writer

Robert T. Hamlin

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Frosh Take on New Challenges

<p>Whether aiding the team through injury, generating enthusiasm among spectators, or rowing in the boats, Radcliffe’s freshmen are eagerly anticipating this weekend’s events.</p>

Radcliffe Finishes in Middle of Head Race

The Black and White Varsity Eight is usually accustomed to racing in dual competition, but yesterday’s Princeton Chase, a head race hosted by Princeton University, gave the rowers of the Radcliffe 1V a chance to test themselves over a three-mile stretch of Lake Carnegie in Princeton, N.J.

Sophomore Makes Waves In Many Athletic Pursuits

As a teammate, Nigel Munoz commands enormous respect from his peers thanks to his track record—he already holds two of the Crimson heavyweight crew’s erg records for 2000 and 5000 meters—and his ability to exude a quiet dedication to his passions.

Radcliffe Competes With Nation’s Best

This weekend marked more races against the best crews in the nation, but only the lightweight women’s crew team proved

Rowers Garner Mixed Results

Saturday morning marked two firsts of the season for the Radcliffe crew program, but only one of them went the

Rowers Take Second Place

Both the Radcliffe heavyweight and lightweight crews finished in the runner-up position this weekend, after facing top-ranked national competition early

Conditions on Potomac Yield Variable Results

Though adverse conditions forced the cancellation of the Radcliffe heavyweight crew’s dual-race against Brown, the lightweight crew were the champs

Harvard Begins Spring Season with Commanding Pair of Wins

In the 2009 season opener for the Radcliffe lightweight crew team, the Black and White managed to prevail in two