Ryan Lucker and Sara Longoria make the all-region team

Ryan Lucker and Sara Longoria make the all-region team

ACRA 2018

The Women's Novice 4+ and Mens's 2x won their finals.
Maddie Bishop (W1x) and the Men's Novice 8+ took 2nd in their finals.
The Men's Varsity Ltwt 4+ taking 6th in Grand Finals.

Finally, two of our rowers were chosen by the ACRA executive board to represent the Plains All-Region team. Congrats to Ryan Lucker and Sara Longoria on making the Plains All-Region team!

 Novice Women take home the bronze at SIRA 2018

Novice Women take home the bronze at SIRA 2018

SIRA 2018

Texas Crew came home from SIRA with bronze in both the Womens' Novice 4+ as well as the Mens' Varsity Lightweight 4+! Hook 'em!! 

All results from this weekend can be found here.

 

 
 Texas' Mens College & Club Light 8+ won gold in Chattanooga at the Head of the Hooch (Nov 2017)

Texas' Mens College & Club Light 8+ won gold in Chattanooga at the Head of the Hooch (Nov 2017)

HEAD OF THE HOOCH 2017

Texas Crew came home with gold in both the Mens College & Club Light 8+ and 4+! With their successes last year many of the open weight boats had to compete in the Championship categories and although those did not result in medals this year we are excited to see how they can cut into that category next year! For full results you can use the link below.

https://www.herenow.com/results/#/races/20420/results

 
 Texas Crew's Women's Club 4+ competing at Head of the Charles in Boston (Oct 2017)

Texas Crew's Women's Club 4+ competing at Head of the Charles in Boston (Oct 2017)

 One of Texas Crew's Men's Lightweight 8+s launching at Festival Beach (Oct 2017)

One of Texas Crew's Men's Lightweight 8+s launching at Festival Beach (Oct 2017)

HOCR 53

Texas retained the HOCR bid for the Men's Club 4+ (21st out of 52 entries, 17:48.374). Unfortunately the Men's Collegiate 8+ and Women's Club 4+ were not able to retain the bid but got in some solid racing. We're excited to see what's in store for HOCR54!

Pumpkinhead 2017

Texas Crew raced in Austin at the Pumpkinhead regatta last weekend. They were entered in many races and came home with 5 silvers, 3 bronze, and the gold medals in the following events:

Men's Open 8+
Men's Open 4+
Men's Lightweight 4+
Women's Open 2x

 
 Theo Shipley, Maretta Dewitt, and Allie Hays (left to right) worked hard all season to earn spots on the Plains All-Region team.

Theo Shipley, Maretta Dewitt, and Allie Hays (left to right) worked hard all season to earn spots on the Plains All-Region team.

 
 Texas Crew had 67 athletes compete at SIRA 2017 Easter weekend!

Texas Crew had 67 athletes compete at SIRA 2017 Easter weekend!

SIRA 2017

Texas Crew raised just under $10K during the 40 hours for the 40 acres campaign which put them in a great place to start racing that Friday!  The finishes are listed below along with a link to the official results.

Novice Mens Ltwt 4+ 2nd
Varsity Womens 4+ 6th - Grand Final
Novice Mens 2nd 8+ 4th
Novice Womens 2nd 8+ 4th
Womens 1x 5th
Mens 2x 1st - Petite Final
Novice Womens 8+ 2nd - Petite Final
JV Mens 8+ 3rd - Petite Final
Novice Mens 8+ 4th - Petite Final
Varsity Mens 8+ 3rd - C Final

 The mens novice lightweight 4+ brought home bronze from ACRA 2017, pictured with their coaches Dylan and Simon (left to right).

The mens novice lightweight 4+ brought home bronze from ACRA 2017, pictured with their coaches Dylan and Simon (left to right).

ACRA 2017

Texas Crew brought 53 athletes to the national championship this year. The MV8+ had a record finish of 12th overall and the WV4+ also finished 12th.  The WN4+ made their way into the grand final to finish 7th. Bronze hardware was brought home by the MNL4+.   Also, three varsity athletes landed spots on the All-Region team!

 
 Texas Crew wins the Golden Oar competition against A&M for the fourth consecutive year as they push into this week of final preparation for SIRA!

Texas Crew wins the Golden Oar competition against A&M for the fourth consecutive year as they push into this week of final preparation for SIRA!

HEART OF TEXAS 2017

Another successful Heart of Texas came to a close with a number of medals for Texas Crew.  The team earned gold in the Mens Open 4+, Men’s Novice 8+ and Men’s Novice 4+.  In each of those events they also received silver and in the Mens Novice 4+ they took bronze as well for a clean sweep.  They were also awarded silver and bronze in the Mens Open 8+ and silver in the Womens Novice 4+.  All in all with the rain on Saturday pretty solid results.  We cannot wait to see what these athletes put down at SIRA!  Hook 'em!!

 
 
 
 In a successful culmination to the fall pre-season, Texas Crew won the Men's Collegiate 8+ and Men's Lightweight 8+ (both pictured) at the Head of the Hooch Regatta in Chattanooga, TN. 

In a successful culmination to the fall pre-season, Texas Crew won the Men's Collegiate 8+ and Men's Lightweight 8+ (both pictured) at the Head of the Hooch Regatta in Chattanooga, TN. 

Texas takes gold!

At the Head of the Hooch Nov. 2016 Texas Crew won the Men's Collegiate and Lightweight 8+s.  The team also took silver in the Men's College/Club 4+, bronze in the Men's Lightweight 4+ and Women's Lightweight 1x with a win in the Men's Novice 1x. They left Chattanooga ranking in the Top Five  for College Team Points. 

Erg RODEO

The team put down some serious scores at Erg Rodeo this past weekend, many rowers reaching for the team record board.  The closest were scholarship winner Peter Baxter with an overall time of 6:28.7 and novice woman Marifer Valencia with an overall time of 7:43.1.  Congratulations to all of the team members who PR'd!  All of the results can be seen here.

 
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ACRA 2016

Texas Crew's Men's 1V8 posted a 6th place finish in the B Final with a time of 6:17.569.  This is the first appearance Texas has made in the B Final since ACRA regatta began in 2008.  Other results can be found here.

SIRA 2016

The team had the a strong performance at SIRA, with the following results:

- WN8+, 2nd in Petite Finals
- MN8+, 2nd in Petite Finals
- M2N8+, 1st in Petite Finals
- M2x, 5th in Petite Finals
- M2V8+, 4th in Petite Finals
- WV4+, 6th in Petite Finals
- WV8+, 5th in Grand Finals
- MV8+, 4th in Petite Finals