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Western Washington University’s Katya Hewitt has been named to the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) Pocock Division II All-America team.

Hewitt (Bellingham, WA) becomes the 20th first-team rowing selection in the history of the program (26th selection) and first since Emily…

For the 15th time in the last 16 seasons, the Western Washington University women’s rowing program will compete for a NCAA II National Championship.

The Vikings, who won seven straight national titles from 2005 to 2011, were selected as one of four teams to compete in the Varsity 8 and…

Karisa Stapp gave the advice little, if any, attention at the time.

Two years ago, as an incoming freshman, Stapp’s father suggested she try out for Western Washington University’s women’s rowing team.

She had just graduated from Mount Baker High School, where she competed in both…

The Western Washington University women’s rowing team was well represented on the 2016 All-Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association team and head coach John Fuchs has been named the WIRA Women’s Coach of the Year.

The Western Washington University women’s rowing program opened the 2016 season with a successful showing at the PLU Invite on American Lake.

The Vikings, ranked No. 7 in the Division II preseason coaches poll, won four of six races in the regatta that included WWU, Pacific Lutheran…

Five members of the Western Washington University women's rowing team were named Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association National Scholar Athletes.

The Viking honorees are Emily Bartlett, Kristin Foster, Katya Hewitt, Megan Marler and Molly Ware.

The athletes that will compete in rowing events at the 2015 World University Games, July 3-14, in Gwangju, South Korea have been selected, USRowing announced Monday.

While the crews are just beginning practices and getting organized, final lineups have not yet been…

In his moving and insightful book "The Boys in the Boat," author Daniel James Brown tells the emotionally charged story of the eight-oar crew team from the University of Washington that beat the odds and won gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. He shares the stories of working-class boys who came…

For the first time since 2002, Western Washington University will not be going to the NCAA Division II National Rowing Championships. The Vikings learned of that decision Monday, May 18, during a selection show shown on ncaa.org.

That decision snapped a streak of 13 national appearances…

The Western Washington University varsity eight had its best showing of the year in finishing third behind two Pacific-12 Conference shells at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships held Saturday, May 16, at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center on Lake Natoma.

The Vikings’ top boat was…

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