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Husky men’s rowing takes national title

Husky men’s rowing takes national title

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Washington won the varsity eight grand final Sunday and took the men’s heavyweight national championship in the Intercollegiate Rowing Association regatta.  The Huskies finished in 5 minutes, 37.113 seconds. Brown was second in 5:39.626.

Washington was the overall points champion for the eighth consecutive year, also winning the men’s varsity four and men’s freshmen eight races en route to a four-point victory over California.

(KPUG Newsroom)

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