Women's Rowing

Mustang Rowing Place Fourth in Women's Open Four at the Head of the Oklahoma

Go smu!
Go smu!

Go smu!

Oklahoma City, Okla. - The SMU Rowing team's season-opening regatta in Oklahoma City on Sunday was highlighted by a fourth-place finish in the women?s open four event. A total of eight SMU crews competed in four different events at the first annual Head of the Oklahoma Centennial Regatta, hosted by Oklahoma City University on the North Canadian River. The SMU women?s ?A? four completed the 2.5 mile course in 16:08, only four seconds behind third place Tulsa. SMU?s ?B? four finished 12th with a time of 17:20.

SMU also had strong showings in the women?s open single event as sophomore Meg Gaab finished fifth in 18:11 and junior Jessica Schane, an Oklahoma City native, finished 8th in 18:31. Gaab and Schane were also part of the women?s varsity eight which finished seventh in a time of 15:05.

The SMU Rowing team returns to action on Saturday, October 30th when they travel to Austin, Texas, for the Head of the Colorado.

RESULTS

Women?s Open Double
1) Texas 		16:56
2) Kansas 		17:14
3) Dallas RC	17:30
8) SMU ?A? (Lisa MacCallum, Krystal Kulka)	17:48
10) SMU ?C? (Julie Pollard, Lauren Bradley)	17:58
12) SMU ?B? (Whitney Tucker, Jenise Dornenburg)  18:07

Women?s Open Single
1) Texas		17:13
2) Texas		17:41
3) Dallas RC	17:52
5) SMU ?A? (Meg Gaab)  18:11
8) SMU ?B? (Jessica Schane)  18:31

Women?s Open/Varsity Eight
1) Texas		14:14
2) Virginia	14:17
3) Texas		14:48
7) SMU (Barbara Kunzinger, Lisa MacCallum, Jenise Dornenburg, Whitney Tucker, 
Krystal Kulka, Kelley Devoe, Meg Gaab, Susie Thompson, Jessica Schane)		15:05

Women?s Open/Varsity Four
1) Texas		15:44
2) Tulsa 		16:02
3) Tulsa		16:04
4) SMU ?A? (Barbara Kunzinger, Susie Thompson, Krystal Kulka, Kelley Devoe, Jessica Schane)	16:08
12) SMU ?B? (Veronica Perez, Lindsay Schmidt, Megan Adams, Kristi Hansen, Catherine Jennings)  17:20


 

 

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