<p>When junior Lizzy Bates takes to the varsity eight for her third-straight Head of the Charles Regatta as a member of the Black and White lightweights, she will be representing more than just the Radcliffe rowing institution.</p>
<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>
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.
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