They have been best friends since grade school, they learned to row together on Fish Creek and the success will continue for Saratoga Rowing Association seniors Kathryn Grabowski and Catharine Griskowitz who are both joining the Boston University lightweight program in the fall.
Last year Saratoga Rowing captured 18 medals and executive director Eric Catalano said that it may be hard to top that number, but the organization found a way, winning 22 medals at the New York State Scholastic Rowing Association regatta on Fish Creek.
Here’s a look at Monday’s story in The Saratogian.
It was a weekend full of racing and a lot of weather updates for the 2018 version of the Saratoga Invitational.
Tweets went out and most of the other time was spent in HQ looking at the radar and waiting for weather-related decisions. Here’s a look at the weekend fun from The Saratogian.
They’re don’t have the best erg scores in the boathouse, sometimes they can be bossy, but if things go your way, you get to throw them into the water after a big win!
US Rowing celebrates Coxswain Appreciation Week each year and The Saratogian talked to three race callers during the New York State Scholastic Rowing Championships weekend.
We also put up a Twitter pool before the weekend’s racing based on submissions of some of the best race call Power 10s when in a race. Here is the final tally.
Fish Creek was again home to the New York State Collegiate Rowing Championships, abbreviated by windy conditions in the afternoon on Saturday, but several Section II athletes returned home.
RIT was well represented with Section II talent, a former Saratoga Rowing Association rower, a Shenendehowa rowing alum, along with a former national level horseback riding talent from Saratoga. Binghamton University picked up a former Saratoga High thrower, made him into a rower and found a co-president along the way.